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This $85 Action Cam Includes Wi-Fi, a Preview Screen, Waterproofing, and More

There’s are many reasons why GoPro’s stock is tanking, but a big one is that you can get a 1080p, waterproof, Wi-Fi and preview screen-equipped action cam for $85. Sure, its picture quality won’t match up to a $500 Hero4 Black, but judging by YouTube videos uploaded by owners, it should be more than adequate for most…

The Catch, The "Divine" Photo, And The Photographer Who Was Rooting For The Cowboys

Dwight Clark’s “The Catch” is one of the most famous plays in NFL history, and made for one of the most iconic photos ever taken by longtime Sports Illustrated photographer Walter Iooss Jr., one of the industry’s biggest names. Yet for all the immortality conferred in the back of Candlestick Park’s end zone on Jan.…

A Q&A With One Of The Best Sports Photographers To Ever Do It

The good people at Taschen have decided to show us more of sports photographer Neil Leifer’s work, and this is a very good thing. We’re in the thick of football season now, and I can think of no finer accompaniment than Leifer’s collection, Guts & Glory: The Golden Age of American Football, which tracks the NFL’s rise…

Your Best External Hard Drive Pick: Western Digital My Passport Ultra

It’s not as exciting when the frontrunner in the nominations round goes uncontested, but it’s certainly definitive. Western Digital’s My Passport Ultra, specifically the 2TB version, was the only external hard drive to receive significant support, after dominating the 2013 vote in the same category.

The Story Behind Bob Beamon's Miracle Jump And The Only Photo That Mattered

The man who took one of the most famous photos in Olympic history wasn’t a professional photographer. Tony Duffy was on vacation at the 1968 Olympics in Mexico City, and with nothing more than an amateur’s bravado, he casually wandered into the Athletes’ Village—which should have been off limits to him—and first heard…

Your Pick For The Best Point-and-Shoot: Sony RX100 Series

Sony’s Rx100 series of point-and-shoot cameras made the category relevant again, and took down 56% of your votes. Relatively pocketable, and with a range of price points, the RX100 series has an offering for everyone that wants better images than a smartphone can provide, and knows they shouldn’t go down the lens…