By now advanced point-and-shoot cameras have an established market: They're the last point-and-shoot cameras people own before they move on to something better. The Nikon P7700 comes in cheaper than some of its competition and brings a badass zoom that might set it apart for some photographers. Is it enough?
If there's one thing that's definitely going in the right direction with point-and-shoot cameras these days, it's design. The new Samsung MV900F is a perfect example. Beautiful. Plus it's got a a 3.3-inch capacitive touchscreen that flips out 180 degrees, and, because it's Samsung, Wi-Fi connectivity. But can the…
You have this friend. He did you a favor one time and now he's just there, hanging out all the time, looking ugly on your Facebook. This $150 dollar point-and-shoot has the tools to fix his fugly mug.
What is photography's greatest scourge? Cellphone cameras? MySpace self-portraiture? Neither even comes close to the insidious, creeping threat that is your camera's built-in flash. Here's when and how you should—and more importantly, shouldn't—use a flash.
Samsung has posted the full details of its WB1000 (née TL320) analog-gauged point-and-shoot, and its specs—like its exterior—are eye-catching.
Built by a company with some experience at making things that aren't flimsy, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-TS1 is a waterproof, dustproof and shockproof point-and-shoot camera for the outdoorsy and/or clumsy type.