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Samsung Gear 360 (2017 Edition) review

Shooting photos or video in 360-degrees is a perspective unlike any other in imaging, and Samsung has made it a little easier to wield its latest Gear 360 camera.

Olympus Tough TG-5 camera review

The Olympus Tough TG-5 is truly a take-anywhere camera; shockproof, waterproof to a depth of 15 meters, and able to withstand a crushing force of 100kg.

DJI Osmo Mobile Stabilizer Review

Video capabilities built into the devices we carry with everywhere have reached a point that encourages consumers to shoot home videos and creative projects more than ever before, and with the Osmo mobile smartphone gimbal stabilizer, DJI is trying to take this to the next level.

Taking Pictures of the Sky

Summer's approach means clearer night skies and much opportunity for amateur astronomers to engage in Astrophotography. Here are a few useful tips.

GoPro Karma Grip Stabilizer Review

GoPro has recently released the Karma Grip for GoPro's very own action cameras enabling you to take your experience to the next level with an easy to achieve stabilized video accessory.

How Canada’s new drone rules affect you

New rules on how, when and where to fly drones are now in effect. Here’s what you need to know before you take to the skies.

Camera Lens Buying Guide

Get more out of your camera with one of the many different types of lenses. Capture close up shots, landscapes, and much more like a professional. Here are some of the most popular types of lenses available today.

Adventure cameras for great Spring break memories

Spring break is a pretty exciting time for everyone on it–kids, students, and parents alike. Make sure you have the right camera on hand to document those adventures that you're having!

DSLR Camera Buying Guide

A DSLR offers great control over photos and there are models available for everyone from the professional-level photographer to the entry-level user.

Record total travel excitement with a 360-degree camera

When travelling, you probably want to be ready to capture the most memorable moments and most iconic scenes. Idyllic photos or lively footage are always a simple click away, and with action cams or 360-degree cams, the view widens enough to take in even more of what’s going on.

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