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As the Asus ZenFone 6 and OnePlus 7 Pro both have pretty funky cameras, and similar price points, we thought we'd put them head-to-head to see which of the smartphones is the better option for photographers.

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Here are the wide-angle lenses, we think, are the best picks for those who have a limited budget to spend on new kit.

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Here are our top 10 best waterproof tough cameras for active photographers with features like GPS and Wi-Fi built in they make an ideal active holiday camera.

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If you're looking for the best camera phones to capture high-quality images, have a look at our top 19 best camera phone recommendations.

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Stuart Fawcett went along to Olympus' latest exhibition, showcasing the amazing photos taken by 5 photographers in the Galapagos and Equador.

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Does the Samsung S10 + or OnePlus 7 Pro flagship smartphone take better photos? Let's find out.

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If rain is causing you pain, never fear because COOPH is here with more top creative photography tips for those days you're stuck indoors.

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ePHOTOzine Plus Membership, among many things, enhances your site experience. So, if you've not upgraded yet, here are 4 reasons why you really should consider it.

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Here are the lenses, we think, are perfect for Canon EF / EF-S DSLR owners who don't want to spend more than £100-£300 on their next lens.

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We take a look at the top budget point and shoot digital cameras available for around £100-150.

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Brighton Marina and Tower Bridge voted the UK's top photographic backdrops and you can now stand in the exact spot for that perfect snap.

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Rather than taking photos with his smartphone, John Duder has always believed that he should take a 'real camera' with him but after a recent holiday, does he still think this way? Let's find out.

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