zoomwall.js is a content-focused photo gallery using a horizontal masonry layout that scales up in lightbox mode.
Featured Image Zoomer lets you view a magnified portion of any image upon moving your mouse over it.
A magnifying area appears alongside the image displaying the magnified image on demand. The user can toggle the zoom level by using the mousewheel.
Zoom.js is jQuery plugin for image zoom. It's the best way to zoom an image. It transition/zooms in really cleanly..
bigpicture.js is a library that allows infinite panning and infinite zooming in HTML pages.
jQuery.imageView is a jQuery plugin that can help you to make image viewing with zoom.
iScroll can handle any element that needs to be moved with user interaction. It adds scrolling, zooming, panning, infinite scrolling, parallax scrolling, carousels to your projects and manages to do that in just 4kb. Give it a broom and it will also clean up your office.
Zoomerang.js is a drop-in library that allows your users to zoom in on (almost) any element on your existing page. It works even if you resize or scroll your page.
Smoothproducts is a simple, lightweight and responsive product image viewer using jQuery.
EasyZoom is an elegant, highly optimised jQuery image zoom and panning plugin supports touch-enabled devices and is easily customisable with CSS.
Ion.Zoom is an easy image lightbox jQuery plugin for small galleries. Allow to zoom images at place. Also supprort keyboard controls with ESC, LEFT and RIGHT button. Supports multiple independently operating galleries in one page. Works on touch screen devices (iPhone, iPad, etc.).
SergeLand Image Zoomer is free jQuery image zoom plugin the magnifying glass effect.
Snipe is a jQuery plugin to add a sniper-lens-style zoom on images. Snipe makes zoom effect over images that follows the mouse.
Panzoom is a progressive plugin to create panning and zooming functionality for an element.
Rather than setting width and height on an image tag, Panzoom uses CSS transforms and matrix functions to take advantage of hardware/GPU acceleration in the browser, which means the element can beanything: an image, a video, an iframe, a canvas, text, whatever.