Canon’s G line of cameras are meant to offer better quality and controls than the typical cheap-o point and shoot. With two new members of the family, the G9X and the G5X, you have whole lot of options, depending just how much camera you want to carry.
Sony’s RX100 is perhaps the most desired and groundbreaking compact camera of the decade. Every year, it gets better. But every year, it costs more. Is this latest model really worth $1000?
How do you upgrade a camera that everyone already loves when you don't really have much new technology to stuff inside? With Fujifilm's x100t, the latest iteration of the classic-styled fixed-lens shooter, the answer is to buff out some minor flaws, add maybe a feature or two, and of course, a whole new letter: "t."
When Panasonic introduced the Lumix GM1 late last year, it was met with equal parts confusion and wonder. Is it really a good idea to pair such a tiny size with interchangeable lenses? To be honest, we're still not quite sure.
Anyone in the market for a top point-and-shoot camera is probably deciding between Canon's S100 and Sony's RX100. But Panasonic is back in the game with the Lumix LX7, a sequel to one of the top shooters of 2010, the wildly popular LX5. Does Panasonic's latest have what it takes to beat these pocket titans?
The iPhone 4 has steadily been pushing its way up the most-uploaded list at Flickr for some time now, but as TechCrunch notes, it's almost toppled the Nikon D40 off the pedestal. They estimate it'll be around a month when Apple receives the Flickr crown, and we can safely say that iPhone 4 owners upload the most…
Pine away all you want for the X100, but at that price, and with delays caused by the Japanese disaster of last month, it's not entering your pocket anytime soon. The Fujifilm Z900 EXR is several steps down the ladder back towards the compact camera level, but still manages to fit in a 16MP sensor and 5x wide-angle…
The NY Times has a great (read: fun!) little piece up, detailing which of your gadgets you should toss out the window, and which to keep forevermore. Unkindly spelling the death of compact cameras, sat-navs, USB sticks and more, they're more hopeful that books, alarm clocks and broadband should be kept. Do you…
Could you withstand a force of 100kg? Olympus is claiming its TOUGH TG-810 camera can. Naturally, I'd like to see video evidence of that (wouldn't we all?), but all we have for now is Olympus' word. What we can probably take them on is the three-sensor GPS, electronic compass and inbuilt manometer (ladies, that's not…
It was inevitable that a manufacturer would one day stop cramming camera guts into a phone, and instead squeeze phone components into a camera. This is what LG did with the L-03C, which has specs to rival your own point-and-shoot.
After being leaked in an appealing white colorway, Samsung's NX100 has shown up twice more this week ahead of its slated launch at Photokina later this month. Not much spec can be garnered, except a 2.5x zoom and hotshoe flash.
As expected, Leica has lifted the lid on the V-LUX 20 snapper, which looks like the Panasonic ZS7, but with the much-salivated-over Leica appeal. It's got a 12.1MP sensor with 12x zoom and GPS tagging, plus also shoots 720p video.
Announced at CES, the GPS-enabled EX-10HG from Casio has been a bit of a mystery so far, but has just been given full launch details, with the price expected to be in the region of $400 when it hits in October.