Sony’s RX series is the top of the line for their compact cameras, and the RX10 III is the latest addition to the family. Is this the camera to get for those who shun mirrorless and DSLR cameras? Let us take this superzoom (600mm!) bridge camera through its paces and tell you what we think.
The Sony RX10 III is capable of 14fps burst shooting and high-res 4K video capture. But really, it's headline feature is the insane 24-600mm zoom lens. You need to see these pictures to understand.
If you want a digital compact that lets you shoot both far and wide, the Sony Cyber-shot HX60V might be the camera for you. But with minimal changes compared to last year's Cyber-shot HX50V, will the newcomer be able to hold its own against the competition, especially Panasonic's impressive Lumix DMC-TZ60?
Panasonic's newest superzoom travel compact brings an electronic viewfinder and 30x optical zoom to the table, but drops the touchscreen display found in its predecessor. Will the camera as a whole be greater than the sum of its parts? Dive in to check out what we found!
Going on a holiday? You might want to consider a superzoom compact instead of a bulky DSLR camera. We narrow down your choices by taking a look at the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX50V. It is Sony's latest superzoom compact which serves up 30x optical zoom in a body that's slimmer than equivalent competitors. So does it deliver? Read on as we've penned our experience in this review.
While there are many superzoom cameras with the ability to shoot at 20x optical zoom and further, the Panasonic Lumix FZ200 is the only superzoom capable of shooting at F/2.8 from its wide end to the telephoto end. But is this just a gimmicky feature or is the FZ200 a truly versatile camera? Read on to find out!
The successor to the popular TZ20, the TZ30 is Panasonic's next travel-zoom compact camera. Sporting a 20x optical zoom lens and a 3-inch touchscreen, will this 14-megapixel camera earn a permanent spot in your travel duffel bag? Join us as we find out.
We all love compact cameras for their great portability, but most of them don't really zoom too far out. Could the Nikon Coolpix S9100 with its 18x optical zoom lens be the one we're waiting for?