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Mayday parade in Moscow in 1980, one of the photos from Marco Carnovale’s new blog

In February 1980, an Italian student of politics by the name of Marco Carnovale embarked upon an exchange programme in Communist Poland armed with a N(...)

Apple is due to report its financial results on Tuesday. Photograph: Mike Segar/Reuters

Monday Results: Naturex, BP, Honda Motor Company, Panasonic, Sony, Trinity Mirror. Indicators: Irish industrial production (CSO), Euro zone inflati(...)

Light’s L16:  the $1,700-device is a little larger than a smartphone and can create images of up to 52 megapixels

Light, a Silicon Valley start-up behind a cameras-in-a-camera product, has raised $30 million from Alphabet’s venture capital arm in a challenge to ph(...)

1. Nikon KeyMission 360 Nikon is making a high-end pitch into action cameras with its new KeyMission 360. Probably the only camera segment that’s rea(...)

Nikon KeyMission 360. Price: TBC

When you think of action cameras, you usually think GoPro, right? The company has carved out a niche for itself being strapped to the heads and bodies(...)

At €649, the Nikon Coolpix P900 is not exactly budget, but it punches far above its weight

If you are looking for an affordable way to get up close to your subject, the Nikon Coolpix P900 could be it. When I say affordable, it’s all relative(...)

The Samsung NX1 is a camera that ticks all the right boxes. High quality shots? Check. Interchangeable lenses? Check. Video? Wireless link? Full contr(...)

Gadgets: making travel easier
  • Travel
  • December 14, 2013, 01:00

12-in-1 Multi-Tool Pen Ok, so I’m a sucker for the multitool. But 12 tools in one! A hole puncher, steel file, two blades, flat and Philips screwdrive(...)

Good quality images don’t always mean you have to carry a large digital SLR around with you. In fact, Nikon has developed the perfect camera for those(...)

Tech Tools: Nikon AW1

Digital cameras have fallen out of favour a little, thanks to the cameraphone. But occasionally, you do have a need for something a little more robust(...)