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The EOS M is Canon's first mirrorless system camera, launched in a sea of competing mirrorless cameras. While the camera shines with the fit and finish of a world-class product from a world-class company, it lags behind in one critical element. We give you our assessment.
The NX1000 is Samsung's latest entry-level mirrorless system camera. It comes with a large 20MP APS-C image sensor, a quick eight frames per second shooting speed and built-in Wi-Fi for easy connectivity. Join us for a quick first look at the camera.
Similar to the H300, except that it comes with an additional 16GB of internal storage, the Samsung HMX-H304 includes a 3-inch LCD screen and a 30x optical zoom. Will this model meet our expectations of an easy to use camcorder? We find out.
The Lytro Light Field camera is an intriguing device and quite unlike any other camera that has come before, with some mind-bending tricks like the ability to re-focus a photo after it's been taken. Here's why we think it's important (even though we wouldn't buy one).
While the end of 2012 is approaching, Canon reveals that it's not done yet with the camera releases. In addition to unveiling its most affordable full-frame DSLR, the EOS 6D, there are also five new PowerShot cameras. Now, which camera should you ask Santa for this coming Christmas?
The Samsung Galaxy Camera has a 16.3-megapixel backside-illuminated CMOS sensor, a 21x optical zoom lens, and a high density 4.8-inch touchscreen. But its claim to fame is that it runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Here's a closer look at this quad-core-processor-equipped camera.
The Nikon D600 is an exciting camera for one big reason: its price. While S$3,249 isn't something to be sneezed at, it's the most affordable full-frame camera from Nikon yet. Find out why this might very well be the most important camera of the year.
Made for the enthusiast photographer, the 10-megapixel P7100 features a large 1/1.7-inch CCD image sensor along with a 7.1x optical zoom lens. Read on to find out how it fared in our tests.
Panasonic's LX7 is the successor to their popular prosumer camera, the LX5. It features a much faster lens, among other improvements, and comes nearly two years after the release of the LX5. But even though the lens is brighter, the sensor size hasn't grown. Find out if that turns out to be good or bad news.
The EX2F is Samsung's latest entry into the premium digital compact camera space. With a bright F1.4 lens and Wi-Fi connectivity, should you consider the EX2F if you're looking for a high-performance compact? Read on to find out.