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PCMag.com Digital Cameras Product Guide



Latest digital camera news, how-tos, editor & user reviews from PCMag.com



 



Motorola's Police Body Cams Getting an AI Upgrade
Motorola Solutions and Neurala are working together to develop intelligent body cameras that learn and help police officers.



Kodak Ektra
The Kodak Ektra is a unique smartphone that doubles as a solid point-and-shoot camera at an affordable price, but don't expect it to match up to more traditional devices in either regard.



Fujifilm Instax Mini 9
Whether you're looking for a new creative outlet or just want to share physical images with friends and family, Fujifilm's affordable Instax Mini 9 camera delivers.



Did You Register Your Drone? You Could Get Your Money Back
It turns out the FAA isn't actually allowed to have a drone registry, so the agency is offering to refund your money and expunge your data from the record.






Leica TL2
The Leica TL2 backs up its premium design and price with modern tech. It's a solid camera for the fashion-forward photographer.



Carl Zeiss Rekindles Nokia Partnership
Will we see another 41-megapixel Zeiss-branded smartphone camera? Perhaps, but the two companies are also looking to improve cameras for augmented reality.



Kodak Pixpro FZ53
The Kodak Pixpro FZ53 is a slim compact camera with an affordable price tag and 5x zoom lens, but its image quality is disappointing.



Enhanced Screening to Replace Laptop Ban
US authorities will require airlines and foreign airports to implement tougher screening procedures for electronic devices instead of banning them on more flights.



Google: 180-Degree Video Is the Future of VR
Wait, didn't a new crop of consumer 360-degree cameras just go on sale this year? Yes, but Google says its new VR180 standard is much easier to work with.