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The XZ-10 appears to be just a smaller version of the XZ-2. But is smaller necessarily a bad thing? It appears not; find out why in our review and if it's the ideal pocket advanced compact camera.
Canon's latest cameras are unlike any it's ever released; the PowerShot N is a tiny Wi-Fi compact camera built around a tilting touch-screen and no shutter button, while the EOS 100D is quite possibly the world's smallest and lightest DSLR camera made to date. Hit the link and check them out (with video).
The Olympus XZ-2 is a successor to the popular XZ-1. With a better sensor, interchangeable grip and high-resolution tilting display, the XZ-2 is quite impressive on paper. But how will it fare against the slew of advanced compacts released late last year? Read on to find out.
The Coolpix A is Nikon's answer to the Fujifilm X100S and Sony RX1. With its fixed 28mm equivalent f/2.8 lens and 16MP APS-C sensor, does the A have what it takes to win over the niche but demanding enthusiast? Get a first look at this new product to see for yourself.
Featuring a 25-100mm zoom with an aperture of F1.8 on the wide end, the XF1 is the only advanced compact to sport retro-licious rangefinder looks. But looks aside, is it a capable advanced compact? Join us as we find out the answer to this question.
Shoot it, view it, print it, keep it! Learn how to grab great deals at this year's IT Show with our Cameras, Printers, Monitors & Storage Buying Guide!
At the Samsung South East Asia, Oceania and Taiwan Forum 2013 in Jakarta, Samsung unveiled its latest range of products, including the Galaxy Note 8.0, five new Galaxy smartphones, smarter Smart TVs and a new mirrorless camera flagship. Click through and discover what Samsung has to offer this year.
Nikon announces its newest high-performance DX-format DSLR camera, the D7100. We managed to get a quick hands-on, so here's our preliminary views of the camera.
The Sony RX1 is a technical marvel - it's the world's first compact camera with a full-frame sensor. That's the same kind of sensor that powers the highest-end DSLR cameras, but the RX1 fits in the palm of your hand. Dive in to discover just how this little wonder works.
The GH series has always been the most serious of Micro Four Thirds (MFT) cameras, and the GH3 is the most powerful one of them all yet - it offers professional-grade video quality with high-quality stills, in a design that's both sturdy and also easy to use.