GoPro has released details about upcoming firmware updates for its Hero4 action cameras; the new firmware versions will be delivered next month, enabling new photo and video features like in-camera time lapse creation. Read more
Announced in late November, the Sony Alpha 7 II has received its first firmware update. Somewhat thin on specifics, firmware version 1.10 promises improved image stabilization. The firmware details cite improvements in IS when half-pressing the shutter, in 'Focus Magnifier' mode, during movie recording, and with 'other functions'. Read more
Full frame cameras have never been more accessible but what does that mean for owners of cropped-sensor cameras? DPReview's Richard Butler argues that the existence of a full frame model in your brand's line-up doesn't mean there are intermediate steps you can take on the way there. Or that it's a destination you should necessarily aspire to. Read more
Check out the most interesting new products from this year's Consumer Electronics Show
The annual Consumer Electronics Show is a chance for companies to bring all of their fanciest new gear and show it off to the public for the first time. While there weren't many traditional camera products this year, there was still plenty to see.
Clearly the biggest thing happening in terms of photography at the show was drones. There were tons of different models to look at, all touting different features and configurations. The sheer number was almost a bit overwhelming.
Storage companies also seem to be stepping up their efforts this year to bring hard drives that look cooler and offere more features.
So, click through the gallery and get an idea of what's going in in camera tech this year. If this show is any indication, there will be lots of cameras in the sky in 2015.