Cyclists have long claimed America's roads are unsafe. Thanks to the likes of GoPro, now there's proof. Is it making a difference?

Skiers Chris Davenport and Sierra Quitiquit log the first film footage of the Super C Couloir near Portillo, Chile

New apps make editing your action footage easier than ever

GoPro Care covers you for two years

We all know smartphones make convenient picture-takers. But they’ve finally gotten so good that you won’t regret leaving your big camera at home.

Thanks to a whippy-fast focus system, this new camera will help you nail your buddies launching cliffs or slamming down singletrack

The weapons in the arsenals of this year's athletes

By forgoing the LCD screen and the ability to shoot JPEGs, Leica is basically telling us to stop messing around and go make a damn picture

One could argue that the iPhone 6s is the most versatile camera on the market right now. It takes stunningly crisp photos, shoots rich 4K video, instantly connects with Instagram—and, most important, because it’s your everyday communication hub, it’s the camera you’ll use all the time. But even if you…

An abysmal fourth quarter plunges the stock to its lowest price ever amid questions about the company's future

It shoots regular and 360-degree 4K video, combining features normally packaged in two different cameras

The lawsuit generated a lot of news, but we suspect Polaroid doesn't have much of a case

Pro-caliber pics and video right from your pocket

Simone Anne soloed all 220 miles of the trail in a month, capturing her favorite moments along the way and posting them to her feed.

Now that you can actually shoot decent photos on your phone, it's time for a best-of-the-best battle

Gone are the days of rangers in fire lookout towers. Now, mountain-top cameras are being used to spot smoke and flames.

The company's new Edge 520 computer lets you live-chase KOMs, while the Varia bike and radar system lets you know when cars are close—and alerts them to your presence

As close to 007 as your smartphone is going to get

Oahu’s Juan Oliphant and Ocean Ramsey dive with sharks almost every day. Yes, it’s their job. And, yes, they have all their limbs. Dedicated researchers, Ramsey and Oliphant operate One Ocean Diving on the island’s North Shore. Through their business, they offer visitors a chance to swim—cage free—with large pelagic animals. This occupation requires a special skill set and a few indispensable pieces of gear.

Chris Burkard, Corey Rich, and Jimmy Chin share their trade secrets on capturing great photos, plus the gear they won’t leave home without

The action-cam maker announced a new camera array to capture virtual-reality footage and its long-awaited drone, to be released in 2016. The catch: it's for pros only at the moment.

A throwable, auto-pilot drone to capture the ultimate POV shots.

A new documentary from National Geographic chronicles a British man's cross-country march from L.A. to D.C. to appeal his visa ban at the Russian Embassy and hopefully continue his hike across the world.

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The navigation giant just built a damn good POV camera. Here’s everything you need to know about the new GoPro rival.

The leader in navigation is taking a second shot at action cams

The new loaded quadcopter aims squarely at GoPro with a camera that can shoot 4K video

In a new effort to protect national parks and wilderness areas from commercial photography, the feds have started going after amateur filmmakers with big social media followings.

A nonprofit aims to publicize never-before-seen footage of marine life in its natural, undisturbed habitat. The goal? Develop the ultimate marine observation tool.

Professional photographer Tabitha Soren shares her secrets for shooting arresting photos.

With some seriously impressive tech specs (including a built-in 4k camera, a dedicated camera controller, and a live-action video feed), the new Inspire is the coolest drone we've seen yet.

Oakley partnered with Garmin to make the new Airwave 1.5 HUD goggle. We have to admit, it's pretty cool.

Embedded in the company's Studio 2.5 is an extreme slow-motion feature called Flux that will change the way we edit video. Best of all, it's free.

We see plenty of incredible travel photos every day—it's hard to pick only a handful to highlight as exceptional. However, these images published over the course of September really stood out. 

While most of us won't be paddling into Mavericks with a GoPro on the nose of our board, there are ways to maximize the camera's life while using it to capture less-extreme footage.

We tested GoPro's latest action camera in the waters of New Zealand—and found out that it's as much of a game changer as the rumors have led you to believe

Why the Internet is turning photography on its side

GoPro hopes its summer IPO can turn a single-product company into a media superpower. Sound familiar?

We polled an all-star team of experts and adventurers to put together our new rules of travel—all the airfare tips and digital tricks that make getting out there easier than ever.

For hyper-aware types who scan bushes with an infrared camera for bad guys—and for those who just want to boost energy efficiency.

Starting today, drones are banned in all national parks. Where’s next?

Cycling isn't always spectator-friendly. But the UCI's decision to allow on-the-bike cameras at the Tour de France might just change how you view the sport.

Get the surf shot you’ve been dreaming of.

Click but don’t share when you’re on safari

A photo is only worth 1,000 words if you know how to capture the right one. These six programs can help.

Tech to ensure you thrive on the sand and in the water this summer.

After its hugely successful IPO Thursday, there's no doubt that GoPro is on fire right now. But the company faces some big challenges—including whether it can make money as a media company—that it needs to figure out in a hurry.

You're overworked, overstressed, and overconnected. But don't worry. We're here to help.

Pack up the AT Overland Chaser, and be ready to set off into the backcountry at a moment's notice.

A new era of super-fast charging is on the horizon, and that could mean outdoor tech that lasts longer and goes farther.

Designed for urban commutes, short hikes, and air travel

Professional whitewater kayak photographer Darin McQuiod is tougher on camera equipment than anyone else I’ve met. The Dagger-sponsored kayaker built his career by boating into some of the most remote, terrifying rivers in the world with a camera in tow. Think Tank Streetwalker…

Get ready to hit the road—and document your adventure.

This land photographer ocean tested Sony’s RX-100 II and the GoPro Hero 3+. His tips on which camera to use—and how to visually record your watery adventure.

The bike components behemoth enters the action cam arena.

The new TheQ may be the most convenient travel cam we’ve ever seen.

Shoes fall into the “do not skimp” category when it comes to gear.

Childhood is the perfect time to solidify your kids' love of the outdoors. These camps are here to help.

GoPro shrunk the latest Hero to the size of a dental-floss dispenser and still managed to pack a lot of power.

I'm looking to upgrade my camera, but I don't want to lug around a heavy—and pricey—DSLR. What are my options?

With helmet cams ubiquitous at ski resorts and on trails, everyone is a filmmaker nowadays. But making a good movie takes some practice, planning, and just a pinch of luck.

Thule makes great roof racks, bike and ski and boat mounts, rooftop boxes, and snow chains. It makes laptop and table bags that Apple likes so much that they're sold in the company's stores around the world. Thule's luggage is…

Last week, on a safari in South Africa’s Kgalagadi (Kalahari) Transfrontier Park, I picked up my SLR with the long lens to photograph a lioness and her kill at a watering hole, and the strap simply fell off the camera. I got lucky—my $2,000-worth of electronics…

When it comes to holiday giving, you should never have to choose. This year, our editors have pulled together 68 perfect ideas—priced from $4 to $50,000—guaranteed to make anyone on your list feel like a million bucks.

If you feel like merely filming yourself when you’re going big isn’t enough, or maybe that you'd like to be the star of your very own Truman Show, check out Memoto’s 007-style camera, which constantly records your life with…

Sharing powder shots, filming your friend's huck, and keeping in touch have never been easier with gadgets like Fujifilm's XP170 and the DeLorme InReach communicator.

Most of us have ditched our point-and-shoot cameras and we're taking photos with our phones. iPhone cameras are pretty darn good, and by using a phone as your camera, you carry one device and you can…