The Canon EOS 100D is the smallest and lightest DSLR camera in the world with a large APS-C sensor. We first thought of it as just a small DSLR, but the 100D surprised us with its well thought-out design and ease of use. Check out our review for more insights.
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Olympus' new mirrorless system camera, the Pen E-P5, packs a solid punch in specs alone. It gets the best from the groundbreaking OM-D E-M5, and even adds more like built-in Wi-Fi. Click through to see what else is new in our hands-on preview of this gorgeous camera.
Point-and-shoot cameras are easy to use and pocket-able. But what if you need a camera that can withstand the rigors and challenges of travelling off the beaten track? Enter the Olympus TG-2, the company's toughest compact. Building on the strengths of the original TG-1, find out how the updated model fares.
We didn't get a chance at handling the new Panasonic camera models when the news broke so how could we pass up an offer to spend a day shooting with them? So it's off to Bali this time around for Panasonic's regional digital camera launch and here are the highlights of the trip.
The Sony Alpha NEX-6 sits somewhere in-between the series' flagship NEX-7 and the NEX-5R, in terms of handling, performance and, of course, price. It comes with a 16MP sensor, an electronic viewfinder and takes after the prosumer controls of the NEX-7. Discover how the camera performs in our review.
Most compact cameras are known for their significant shutter lag so it's especially tricky to snap fast-moving subjects. But the Casio EX-ZR700 looks to solve this issue with zero-shutter lag. It also sports an impressive 18x optical zoom, making it seem like an ideal compact for those who shoot sports and wildlife. Does it live up to its marketing? We find out.
Two years after the introduction of a modern-day classic, Fujifilm is back with an update to the breakthrough X100. The X100S doesn't look very different, but what little has changed on the outside makes all the difference, while the insides are completely new. Check out our review to discover what's new.
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).