Panasonic's latest mirrorless system camera, the GX7, comes with one neat trick - it has a built-in live viewfinder that tilts up to 90 degrees. The camera also comes with built-in image stabilization - a first for Panasonic's Micro Four Thirds cameras. Is this lucky number seven a winner?
The PowerShot G and S-series cameras get a new model each, while Canon also unveiled the Legria Mini, a pocket-sized video recorder. Read on to find out more about the new releases.
We've gotten our hands on a pre-production model of Olympus' latest flagship, the OM-D E-M1. Click through to find out how it handles and why this is the mirrorless DSLR-killer we've been waiting for.
Into the third quarter of the year, Comex is here so you can prep yourself for the year-end holidays! We bring you the camera, printer and storage deals from Comex 2013. Read on for our picks!
Sony has just announced the QX10 and QX100 camera attachments for smartphones. We managed to get our hands on the 18.2-megapixel QX10, and here's what you need to know about it.
Sony's RX100 was the best compact camera of 2012 (and also the most expensive). Does the 2013 sequel top the original? Short answer: Yes! Is it worth paying top dollar for? Short answer: It's complicated! Click through for our review of the year's best compact to date.
An incremental update to Nikon's maiden foray into the tough camera segment, the AW110 adds Wi-Fi and features increased toughness. But is it worth the upgrade? Join us as we find out.
The Lumix DMC-FT5 is Pansonic's latest tough camera. It is waterproof up to 13m, shockproof from a height of up to 2m and is able to resist pressure of up to 100kgf. But how will this tough cookie measure up as a camera? We find out.
Panasonic has just announced their latest and greatest mirrorless system camera; the Lumix GX7. And surprise, surprise, we've already had our hands on it for the last two days. Here's our first impressions of the GX7, almost live from Australia. How does it look, feel and perform? Click to find out.
The LF1 is Panasonic's newest advanced compact and has similarities to its LX7 counterpart. While the sensor inside the LF1 is the same size and type as that of the LX7, the LF1 sports a higher resolution. Other differences include a longer but slightly slower lens and an electronic viewfinder (EVF) - a rarity on small cameras. Along with a lower price, are these differences enough to make the LF1 stand out?