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.
GoPro today started taking applications from pro content creators who want to be part of the pilot program, which is expected to roll out this summer.
Canon's mirrorless cameras are getting better, but the EOS M6 still can't quite measure up to some competitors.
You've graduated from your point-and-shoot, so what's next? From entry-level DSLRs to more advanced options, here are the top 10 cameras we've tested.
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 Rebel SL2 is the smallest SLR in the company's lineup. It boasts a modern 24MP image sensor, but its autofocus system isn't as good as the larger T7i.
Kodak's Pixpro AZ401 camera gives you a lot of zoom power for not a lot of money, but image quality and performance are disappointing.
The Panasonic Lumix DC-GX850 is one of the smallest mirrorless cameras you can buy today, and while its 16MP sensor isn't cutting edge, it's a solid entry-level model.
Bridge cameras are styled like SLRs, but feature fixed, long zoom lenses. They're a solid choice for photographers who want a zoom range that can only be reached by carrying several lenses along with an SLR. These are the top performers in our tests.
Leica M lenses have a reputation for being sharp, compact, and expensive. We've reviewed a bunch and rounded up our favorites here.