Didn't know that so many people loved photography in India: Kazuo Ninomiya, MD, Nikon India
In an exclusive chat, the Nikon top boss talks ab...
Five ways to put your digital photos to use
Thanks to improvements in smartphones, most of us now have scores of digital pictures stored acro...
ET review: Sony alpha 68 has an impressive new auto focus system
The Alpha 68 is quick off the mark and even quicker to focus. Any user will appreciate its ability to focus in really low light.
Canon EOS M3 review: Good for someone who wants to stay incognito while shooting
A DSLR will be bigger, heavier, and more satisfying for the serious photographer while the M3 is lighter and portable.
Gadgets that are great investments
ET lists devices that perform well over years and though they may be more expensive to start with, they are worth every penny in the long run.
Nikon expects 20% growth in DSLR segment in 2014-15
Nikon Corporation expects 20 per cent growth in the digital single-lens reflex camera segment in India, selling around 3.6 lakh units in 2014-15.
Should you buy a DSLR or point-and-shoot camera?
ET lists the benefits and drawbacks of each to help you take an informed decision.
Canon hikes DSLR camera prices; to miss growth target for 2013
Canon India is increasing prices of its products to offset the impact of rupee depreciation and will miss its target of clocking 25 per cent growth.
Five things you need to know about the Canon 5DS and 5DS R
It seems the megapixel war is back. Canon just announced two new DSLRs, the 5DS and 5DS R. Here are five things you need to know about the two.
10 most underrated gadgets
You may have heard of some of these but you may not be aware of just how much these gadgets can offer in time and convenience.
Ten things you need to think about when buying your first DSLR camera
Finally, the festive season is here! Which of course means that apart from having a gala time, you can also go mad with all the shopping.
Gadget Review: Samsung NX1, a mirrorless camera packing heat but lacking glass
At $1,500 (Rs 92,800), the new NX1 is the first Samsung cam packing enough power and speed to be taken seriously by photography enthusiasts.
Photographers get a big reason to choose Android over iPhone
Google’s new Android software comes with an important feature for photography enthusiasts: the ability to shoot raw images.
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