The Panasonic Lumix TZ20 is billed as great for traveling, and it's easy to see why from our test drive with it. 16x optical zoom, good image stabilization and easy shooting with iA mode in a compact body equates to a fun camera to have. Read on for the details.
Apart from a 16.2-megapixel APS-C-sized CMOS sensor, the NEX-C3 sports a new Photo Creativity interface and several in-camera picture effects. How else does it differ from the NEX-3 and NEX-5? Find out now!
The Nikon COOLPIX P500 is one of those cameras some used to call 'bridge' cameras, a category which existed between a standard compact and a DSLR camera. Find out how if its super-long optical zoom is good enough to make the grade.
The 16.2-megapixel Nikon D5100 promises D7000-like performance but in a smaller body and more affordable price. Does it deliver? See how it compares against its bigger sibling in this review.
According to Olympus' website, the 'X' in 'XZ-1' is a brand new 'Creator' series of cameras, so named to separate it from the rest of Olympus' compact cameras. And stand out from the rest it does, with a list of impressive credentials. Find out how this prosumer compact matches up in our usage.
We're going back to the future with the Fujifilm FinePix X100 - the most eagerly anticipated camera of the past year, which combines the best of today's technology and the classiest of yesterday's looks. Discover how the camera performs in our comprehensive review.
Now this is one camera we've been waiting for. The Nikon D90 was one of Nikon's most popular DSLR cameras, both among enthusiasts and professionals. But it was also two years old and begging for a refresh. And here it is in the form of the D7000.
Canon brought us back to school with the spring launch of their latest and greatest compact cameras, DSLR cameras and digital camcorders. Join us in session to learn what's new!
Panasonic recently launched their spring collection of Lumix compact cameras, and we were invited to shoot in beautiful Queenstown with their latest and greatest. Here's what we discovered.
Ever since the D40's debut in 2006, Nikon has been steadily releasing a cadre of entry-level basic DSLR cameras with attractively low prices. After the impressive D40 and D40x came the D3000, which introduced Guide mode for beginning DSLR users, but which also introduced high image noise. Can the D3100 do better than its predecessor?