These are the cameras we would love to give to our family and friends or -- really -- the ones we'd buy for ourselves.
By slashing two features off its top-of-the-line Theta S spherical camera, the imaging company is hoping to capture some less tech-savvy buyers.
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The K-1 produces excellent photos and has a good noise profile.
The company's debut full-frame camera delivers excellent photo quality for less than $2,000.
You can spend hundreds or even thousands of dollars on a 360-degree camera. We tested three of them to find out what kind of quality and ease of use you can expect at each price point.
Now in its third generation, the Theta S is a simple and slim camera for capturing and sharing 360-degree views of your world.
It might not be the absolute future of photography, but this point-and-shoot 360 camera is damn cool.
Pentax adds some innovative design touches to its first full-frame dSLR.
As long as you're OK with its quirks and constraints, the Ricoh GR II is a nice camera for simply taking lovely photos.
A handful of samples for your personal analysis.
Finally, a pro staple 70-200mm f2.8 and a new weatherproof telephoto zoom.
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