The dream is a simple one: to take high-quality photos similar to a DSLR camera but with a camera the size of a compact, and Sony is the latest entrant to the scene with the NEX-5 and NEX-3 cameras. The NEX cameras pack an APS-C sized sensor - similar to entry-level DSLRs - into a really small body, but does its performance fulfill the dream?
Sony launched their new generation NEX cameras in Singapore with the surprise reveal of a new product to come.
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-G2 is the update to the first ever Micro Four Thirds (MFT) camera, the G1, released to market in late 2008. Find out in our full review on what's new in this successor and how it fares against compacts and DSLRs today.
Never mind the Micro Four Thirds System; Samsung has one upped that and gone ahead with the NX10, a product that's a perfect union between a DSLR and a Micro Four Thirds camera as it comes with a APS-C sized sensor built into a compact body. But does it only work in theory? We give you the details.
Riding on the new wave of heat (and of course, technology), Panasonic officially announced a whole slew of new Lumix compact cameras, HD camcorders and SD camcorders at Wave House, Sentosa. Read on for our in-depth event coverage.
Olympus sure isn't letting up on its Micro Four Thirds offerings. The E-P2 came five months after the release of the E-P1 in June 2009, and three short months after the E-P2 comes the brand new E-PL1, announced today. Read on for the full details and our first hands-on impressions.
Micro Four Thirds cameras are invading the world of photography. Olympus, one of the two brands leading the way for this system right now, has just announced the Olympus E-P2. For those who have missed the E-P1 train, we share our brief experience with the E-P2 in this hands-on.