For an entry-level camera, the Canon PowerShot A1200 offers a lot for little money.
We pit the Apple rechargeable batteries against Duracell and Energizer.
Digital cameras that use AA-size batteries for power are few and far between, but not extinct. Here's a rundown of what's available from each of the major manufacturers.
The K-30 has the promise of speed and great photos, plus it's dust-and-weather sealed and ready for sub-freezing temperatures.
New site lets you get a side-by-side comparison of camera models, which could save a lot of time for shopping shutterbugs.
A good bang-for-your-buck megazoom is joined by a new rugged model and a better-than-basic AA-battery compact.
Sony's legacy of powerful ultracompact touch-screen cameras lives on in the Cyber-shot DSC-TX66.
Flip Video is dead, in the face of competition from big-name rivals, video-shooting cameras, and camera phones. Here's some alternatives.
Four "easy and fun" compact models announced including one with an actual optical viewfinder.
Nikon's basic Coolpix point-and-shoots are redressed for 2011 and packing more resolution.