The layoffs will affect up to 310 of the roughly 1,090 Nokia Technologies employees, mainly in Finland, the US, and the UK.
Samsung no longer makes mirrorless cameras. But if you still own an NX and are scouring the used market for lenses, these reviews can help you find a good one.
The Canon PowerShot G1 X Mark III is smaller than the Mark II, despite having a bigger sensor, but sacrifices zoom range to get there.
The Canon EOS 6D Mark II improves upon is predecessor with a new 26MP sensor, improved Live View focus, and a 45-point autofocus system.
The Fujifilm X-E3 delivers excellent image quality in a slim body, making it a perfect option for photographers who like to pack light—as long as you pair it with the right lens.
Leica M lenses have a reputation for being sharp, compact, and expensive. We've reviewed a bunch and rounded up our favorites here.
If you want Google's camera that automatically shoots videos when it recognizes important things in the frame, you'll have to suffer a waitlist for the time being.
The Polaroid Snap Touch is a fun, affordable camera with a built-in printer, but it's slow and only offers smartphone-level image quality.
The Mint InstantFlex TL70 2.0 is an instant camera with a throwback design and a premium price, but it lacks true manual exposure control.
Mount the camera to a vehicle, control it with the Street View app, and upload 360-degree content directly to Google's platform.