Cameras

TIME Sent A War Photographer Into The Last Of Us

Conflict photographers regularly report from war zones and disaster areas. This is tough stuff — creating images of anguish and death and upset, remaining distanced from the events without affecting and influencing them or losing your humanity. For something different, TIME assigned a photographer to catalogue the disaster of The Last Of Us: Remastered.


Photokina 2014: All The Australian Prices, Release Dates And Info

Need a new camera? You were already spoiled for choice, but that decision has just become even harder. A swathe of new cameras, lenses and accessories are currently on show at the world’s largest photography show. Here are all the new toys that were unveiled at Photokina in Cologne over the past few days.


IFA 2014: Hands On With Sony's ILCE-QX1 Interchangeable Lens Camera

Now, I already had a vague inkling that Japan’s most adventurous tech company would have some interesting announcements at IFA 2014. Sony has done the unthinkable, though — shoe-horned a relatively massive APS-C imaging sensor into one of its cut-down lens cameras. No screen, just a few buttons — just a whole bunch of pixels and Wi-Fi working their magic.


World's Most Badass GoPro Doesn't Even Blink At Up-Close Rocket Testing

Video: When it comes to punishing GoPros, Copenhagen Suborbitals definitely takes the cake: The experimental rocket-building start-up mounted an action cam right in the line of (literal) fire during a rocket test. Astoundingly, the thing survived. It’s been to hell and back, and it has the video to prove it.


5 Of The Best Retro Digital Cameras You Can Buy

If you’re looking for a new camera, choosing one is difficult enough in the first place. If you want a camera that looks the part as well, your choice becomes more difficult, but only because you have a bevy of beauties to pick from. Here are a few of our expert choices for a top-of-the-line, retro-styled digital camera.


Gizmodo Camera Buying Guide 2014: Everything You Need To Know

Purchasing a new camera can be a daunting task. There are a few things to keep in mind when you’re choosing between different models, though, that can simply the process somewhat. Here are some of the crucial things you need to know if you’re thinking of buying a new camera.


Nail The Perfect Hyperlapse With This Helpful Video

The professionals make it look easy, but the truth is creating good hyperlapses (and timelapses) requires skill and patience. Unlike snapping a single still, lapse photography depends on capturing a lot of images with minimal to no variation in light levels, framing and positioning. If you’re after some pointers, you’ve come to the right place (well, video).


The Super Rare Canon Lens You'll Never Be Able To Afford

If you’re willing do the research, you can get great lenses for your Canon shooter from the likes of Tamron and Sigma. Even so, nothing quite beats the high-quality EF range from the company itself. So, if you’re in the market for a genuine, 1200mm Canon lens, you can grab one right now for a cool $177,278 Australian. We’ll wait while you sell the required number of organs to raise funds.


Gizmodo Camera Buying Guide 2014: 5 Tips For Understanding Manual Photography Features

If you can already take a great photo using your new digital camera in its automatic or semi-manual shooting modes, why not go the whole hog and try out entirely manual photography? It’ll add a completely different dimension to your photographs through trial and error, and you’ll add an entirely new set of skills to your portfolio. Here are five quick tips for using your camera manually.


Gizmodo Camera Buying Guide 2014: Our Favourite Upgrades, Accessories And Add-Ons

If you already have a camera, there are plenty of ways you can make it better. Any camera on the market today can be upgraded, kitted out with extras, or improved — here are a few of our favourites.


Product Finder

Find more great products at