Ricoh has announced the latest iteration of its rugged compact camera: the WG-70.

Fujifilm have announced the fifth iteration in the X100 series, bringing a bigger MP sensor, newly designed lens, weather resistance, and a new tilting rear LCD.

Tamron have announced the newest addition to the Japanese company's Sony E-mount lens lineup, with the announcement of the Tamron 20mm f/2.8 Di III OSD M1:2 lens.

Fujifilm has announced three new GF lenses are incoming.

Fujifilm has announced the X-T200, the successor to the 24MP X-T100.

Leica's new black-and-white-only variant of the M10 has arrived.

Sony's A9 II may not look like its breaking any new ground, but lift the lid and you'll find a camera that's faster, more refined and arguably much more versatile than the camera it succeeds.

The new update to the six-year-old D750 inherits tech from both Nikon's mirrorless and DSLR siblings.

Officially announced just in time for this summer's Olympics in Japan, Canon have debuted their newest flagship DSLR: the EOS-1D X Mark III.

Another decade is coming to an end, and it got us thinking: with possibly hundreds of cameras (we think!) released in the last 10 years, what were the most influential cameras released this decade?

Adobe has released updates for Camera Raw and Lightroom Classic, as well as a significant update to Lightroom for Windows, macOS, Android, ChromeOS, iOS and iPad OS.

Venus Optics has announced variations to three existing Laowa lenses.

SanDisk has announced a new fast-transferring SSD aimed at photographers and videographers.

Olympus has released an updated version of its M.Zuiko Digital lens roadmap that shows three new lenses set to be released for Micro Four Thirds next year.

Canon Australia has extended its warranty on all newly sold Mirrorless, DSLR, Digital Video Camera and Lenses from two to five years.