Adobe adds an iOS 5-compatible version of its tablet-friendly Photoshop Touch app.
Digital Cameras & Camcorders
Gadget geek Janice Chen delivers real-world buying advice of the best digital photography gear to get.
<p>Janice Chen is an editorial consultant and has been covering technology for over two decades. Serving as editor in chief at CNET and Computer Shopper magazine for many years, she oversaw product coverage for the CNET and ZDNet websites. She has appeared on most of the major morning TV news programs and was featured weekly on CNN Headline News' Hotwired segment recommending personal tech ranging from digital cameras to notebook PCs. Prior to that, she appeared with Anderson Cooper on a monthly technology segment for ABC World News This Morning. Quoted in numerous publications such as the New York Times, USA Today, and People magazine, Janice has also evaluated tech products for BusinessWeek, USA Weekend magazine, and Parenting magazine among others.</p> <p> Janice got her hands on a Nikon Coolpix 900 back in 1998 and has been a digital camera enthusiast ever since. A graduate of Cornell University, she resides in Maplewood, NJ, with her husband (a professional photographer who shot his last roll of film in 2003) and their two daughters. </p>
A new study from the CEA shows increasing use of smartphones as primary device for capturing and sharing images.
Lensbaby announces its highest-end optic to date--an 80mm, f/2.8 flat field-of-focus beauty that uses five glass elements in four groups.
It's the end of an era: Kodak announces that it will phase out its dedicated capture devices business in the first half of 2012.
Olympus announces a new line of interchangeable lens compact cameras for advanced photographers, channeling an iconic design.
Nikon updates its D700 pro dSLR with two new models that deliver 36.3-megapixel full-frame resolution and high-end HD video capabilities.
Panasonic announces a pair of waterproof point-and-shoot cameras--one on the high end with features like GPS, compass, altimeter, and barometer, and one aggressively priced entry-level model.
Sony has announced three new compact Cyber-shot cameras that sport backlit CMOS sensors, including the feature-packed ultracompact DSC-TX200V
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Though there weren't as many point-and-shoot announcements as usual at CES, camera vendors wowed with some high-end newcomers, including Nikon's D4 pro dSLR, Canon's PowerShot G1 X (a big-sensored G12 followup), and a new ILC from Fujifilm.
Canon updates its PowerShot G series with a high-end point-and-shoot to rival dSLRs and ILC cameras.
Nikon officially announces the long-rumored D4 professional dSLR, which will hit the market earlier and at a lower price than the Canon EOS-1D X.
Fujifilm announces 19 cameras ranging from high-end megazooms to GPS-enabled waterproof compact cameras.
Fujifilm kicks off its pre-CES product announcements by adding a 26x megazoom to its high-end X series.
Samsung updates its popular DualView line of compact point-and-shoot cameras with built-in WiFi capability for easy uploading and sharing of photos.
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