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The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF6 is a Micro Four Thirds camera that pairs off with your phone or tablet with NFC.
Besides a chunkier build, the GF6 sports a higher-res tilting screen, mode dial, and wireless connectivity.
We took a preproduction unit of Panasonic's latest entry-level interchangeable-lens camera for a spin and found its design tweaks useful and its performance zippier.
Olympus' new OM-D series revives the now-vintage look of its film cameras, but this digital incarnation is packed with some very modern technology.
The company's mirrorless model is targeted at--and priced for--primarily the growing number of wedding photographers seeking sources of differentiation.
Despite its X-series moniker, the latest Micro Four Thirds camera from Panasonic uses the (good) design of an older GF series model.
Nikon's long-awaited mirrorless interchangeable-lens cameras debut as the Nikon 1 series.
With potentially very good photo quality, solid performance and a very nicely designed body, the NX200 distinguishes itself in an increasingly crowded field. But $900 may be too much to ask.
The company's most compact interchangeable-lens camera to date takes on the similar-size Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF3 at a lower price.
Will the NEX-7 be the dream camera compact enthusiasts have been hoping for?