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  • Camera makers face shakeout as smartphones shatter mirrorless hopes

    Camera makers face shakeout as smartphones shatter mirrorless hopes
    TOKYO (Reuters) - Panasonic Corp and Japan's other mid-tier camera makers have a battle on their hands to win over a smartphone "selfie" generation to mirrorless cameras that held such promise when they were launched around five years ago. Panasonic,...
  • Review: Nikon 1 AW1 adventure camera

     
    The Nikon 1 AW1 action camera gets an A for styling because everyone who sees it likes it. It does stand out, especially the white version, with its silver accented lens that I tried. I’m more of silver or black camera body type, so fortunately...
  • One travel writer's most valuable money lessons of 2013

    One travel writer's most valuable money lessons of 2013
    Last year was filled with great travels, which also presented opportunities for money errors — mistakes I had never made before and hope never to again. Herewith, the "If I Only Had a Brain" award winners of 2013: —Buying a gray market...
  • Charlie Sheen can't stop bashing Ashton Kutcher over 'Men'

    Charlie Sheen can't stop bashing Ashton Kutcher over 'Men'
    Has it really been close to three years since Charlie Sheen melted down and was fired from "Two and a Half Men"? You'd never know, judging by the attention he still pays to the show and to his replacement, Ashton Kutcher.  Sheen Twitter-bashed Kutcher...
  • The Art of Rock 'N' Roll is still beating with local photographer

    The Art of Rock 'N' Roll is still beating with local photographer
    Larry Marano can often be found in the front row of every major South Florida concert with his Nikon in hand capturing timeless photographs of everyone from Kesha to Kiss. The Parkland resident began shooting concerts in 1975 purely for fun while living...
  • reFramed: In conversation with David Chancellor

     
    David Chancellor, born London England, works and lives in South Africa. He has participated in numerous group and solo exhibitions, exhibited in major galleries and museums, and published Worldwide. Named Nikon photographer of the year three times, he...
  • $400K bail for suspect in carjacking of police sergeant

    $400K bail for suspect in carjacking of police sergeant
    A judge set bail at $400,000 today for a man accused of carjacking an off-duty Chicago police sergeant on Sept. 6 in the South Shore neighborhood. Christopher D. Jones, 19, of the 1300 block of East 69th Street, was charged with vehicular hijacking,...
  • iPhone 5s camera: Is it a ‘great’ camera?

     
    With plenty of fanfare the iPhone 5S was introduced this week. I certainly have plenty of interest because my iPhone 4S contract conveniently is ready for an upgrade. I seem to be on the iPhone S track. First the 3S then the 4S and now, I'm not sure....
  • Red Morgan: Focus on the faithful

    Red Morgan: Focus on the faithful
    On a late-summer morning in 1975, photographer Red Morgan waded into Clear Lake in Cocoa, Fla., deep enough that the water level licked his kneecaps, and pulled out his Nikon just in time to capture an all-black church performing an immersion baptism...
  • The seldom seen world of photomicrography

     
    Nikon reveals the winners of the 2013 annual Nikon Small World Photomicrography Competition. Longtime competitor Wim van Egmond of The Netherlands took first place for his detail image of the fragile helical chain....
  • What is your dog really saying with a tail wag?

    What is your dog really saying with a tail wag?
    What's your dog really saying when it wags its tail? According to Italian researchers, dogs not only communicate happiness with a wag, but they also convey anxiety and potential danger. In a study published Thursday in the journal Current Biology,...