Kevin Arnold

Nikon D50 - Digital Cameras: Reviews

Value never looked so good. The D50 puts a pro-quality digital SLR in reach of ambitious amateurs who want to move beyond snapshots—without shelling out more than they paid for their first car....

BlackBerry 8703e - GPS Devices: Reviews

ASK MORE FROM YOUR PHONESome friends and Web sites give great directions; others, not so great. So why not get the info straight from the pros? With a subscription to a third-party GPS application...

Canon EOS 40D - Digital Cameras: Reviews

PRO SPECS, AMATEUR PRICENeed proof that technology trickles down? Just a couple of years ago, the 40D's impressive features—10.1 megs, 6.5-frames-per-second shooting, self-cleaning sensor, nine-...

Pentax K2000 - Digital Cameras: Reviews

Making the switch from point-and-shoot to DSLR? The 10.2-meg K2000 comes with a 27.5–85mm (35mm-equivalent) zoom lens and a flash for the price of some digicams. Plus, at 20.8 ounces with...

Garmin GPSmap 60CSx - GPS: Reviews

Basic navigation is available in everything from cars to phones these days, but Garmin's palm-size powerhouse GPSmap 60CSx takes a sophisticated GPS—once found only in the hands of explorer-...

Bushnell Onix 200 - GPS Devices: Reviews

WILDERNESS-READYTwo unique features make the Onix the year's best GPS for the backcountry. The first is a layering function that lets you view different kinds of information—compass, waypoints,...

Pentax Optio S12 - Digital Cameras: Reviews

GOOD WITH FACESFor photographing family, friends, or a mob of dirtbags, the S12 is a beautifully simple solution. It boasts a 12-meg sensor, a sharp 3x zoom, and an advanced movie mode, but its best...

Sony Ericsson C905 Cyber-shot - Cell Phones : Reviews

1. The C905 is the only camera phone we've ever felt deserved the name. Its 8.1-megapixel camera features autofocus, a xenon flash, image stabilization, instant Web uploads, a sliding lens cover, and...

Arc'teryx Hercules Hoody – Soft Shells: Reviews

1. The Hercules garnered more envious comments than any other jacket we tested—there's just something about a sharp-looking soft shell with a fuzz-lined hood that people can't resist. But less...

Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ18 - Digital Cameras: Reviews

A DSLR IN DIGICAM'S CLOTHINGThe FZ18 sits firmly between two worlds: DSLRs and point-and-shoots. The built-in Leica lens puts it in the point-and-shoot category, yet it's precisely this lens—a...

Samsung Behold - Cell Phones : Reviews

Looking for something more sophisticated than your basic cell phone but not crazy about stuffing a mini-computer into your pocket? This slim unit is a perfect middle ground. Because the touchscreen...

Olympus Stylus 500 - Digital Cameras: Reviews

WEATHER BEATERThe Stylus 500 is one of the only cameras out there equipped to handle a downpour: I shot supercrisp photos along B.C.'s Howe Sound Crest trail in rain that would have fried most digis...

Carrera X-Change - Goggles: Reviews

Interchangeable lens, done right: Flip open the hinged front gasket, pop in a different lens (it ships with two) and in a matter of seconds you've got the right tint for the conditions....

Kodak EasyShare V1253 - Digital Cameras: Reviews

HI-DEF, IN HANDThe V1253 is a fine still camera, thanks to 23 scene modes that match almost any scenario imaginable, plus a macro mode that can focus as close as two inches. But with its ability to...

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