From Sea to Sky with the Olympus Stylus TG-4

Testing the rugged outdoors point-and-shoot camera's many modes and user interface in British Columbia

by Sasha Barkans The rugged and intuitive Olympus Stylus TG-4 is the newest addition to Olympus’ Stylus Tough amphibious (and ambitious) line of compact cameras. While smartphones are increasingly utilized for photography on the trail and in the mountains, everywhere your smartphone is sure to crumble, the TG-4 excels. It’s waterproof up to 50 feet, freeze-proof down to 14°F, shock-proof from seven feet, totally dust-proof …

Charged: Five Next-Gen Digital Cameras

A GIF-camera, an HD drone, a camera machined from a single block of aluminum and more

Since the first widely available digital cameras hit the market in the early ’90s, the technical leaps made in the field of digital photography have been exponential. Today smartphones house cameras with sensors that dwarf those of high-end models from a decade ago. While the megapixels race has been raging for as long as digital cameras have been around, we’ve selected five new models pushing …

Leica M

The latest flagship rangefinder is a huge leap forward for the German camera maker

This week at Photokina, Leica reminded us of their history and showed us their future. With more than half of their exhibit hall dedicated to a gallery show of iconic images created by renowned photographers using Leica cameras, visitors were immediately overcome with the spectrum of emotions a photo can elicit. Shooting a Leica isn’t as easy as many other cameras, but the masters show …