We took the Leica T out for a walk down Tiong Bahru district of Singapore to see just how its 16.3-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor would fare, and brought back some images to share.
After a two-year wait, Canon releases the successor to the PowerShot G1 X. So has the Mark II improved on the issues that plagued the original? We gave the chunky, but powerful PowerShot G1 X Mark II a good test run to find out.
The Nikon 1 system is fairly mature by now, and the Nikon 1 J4 is the latest addition to Nikon's mirrorless line-up. Does an improved AF system, touchscreen and built-in Wi-Fi connectivity make the J4 a worthy upgrade? We cover what else is new with this refresh and more after the jump.
"S" truly stands for "sensitive" with Sony's new full-frame camera, the A7S. We had a chance to get a special sneak peek of the new camera in our office, and are pleased to bring you our first thoughts as well as image samples within.
The EOS 1200D is Canon's newest entry-level DSLR, replacing 2011's 1100D. Does this DSLR have enough to sway users away from their smartphones and compact cameras? Read on to find out.
Fujifilm's new XF18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 R LM OIS WR is the latest addition to its professional-grade lenses for X-series cameras. Weather resistant to match the X-T1 camera, Fujifilm says it also offers professional-grade image quality. Too good to be true? Read on to find out more.
Not intending to compete on specs, Casio has released the Exilim EX-100, a premium point-and-shoot camera that is able to shoot at F2.8 throughout its 10.7x optical zoom range. But with so many premium compacts around, where does the EX-100 stand?
The widely acclaimed Sony RX100 series sees yet another update, and the latest version sports a redesigned lens and a built-in electronic viewfinder. Hit the jump to find out more about this Sony premium point-and-shoot, and see if the new features just made what's already Sony's best compact camera even better.
While not Samsung's first mirrorless system camera, the NX Mini is definitely the smallest. So what does it have to offer? We sum up our initial hands-on experience.
Samsung had another go at the Android-powered point-and-shoot segment with the Galaxy Camera 2. But is it better than its predecessor or should you hang on to the original? We share our experience in this review.