The small but notable change of swapping a built-in flash for an EVF is welcome, but the price...
While Fujifilm hasn't changed much about the inside of the X20, its successor does gain some nice features.
The swapping of the flash for the EVF is the most substantive physical change between the GM5 and its predecessor.
The second-generation DEV-50V design improves zoom range, the electronic viewfinder, ruggedness, and size -- but not price.
Canon's prosumer AVCHD models for 2010 feature some modest changes plus the move to a large touch-screen LCD. But the addition of an eye-level viewfinder on the top-end model is the real welcome update.
Here's why they're not for me.
Olympus doesn't address the lack of a flash or the E-P1's performance woes, but does toss in a nice add-on EVF.
Olympus announced the SP-560UZ, a new EVF camera with an 18x lens.
With its follow up to the E-P1, Olympus doesn't address the lack of a flash or the E-P1's performance woes, but does toss in a nice add-on EVF.
Epson's newly developed EVF seeks to correct all the flaws with electronic viewfinders, and the company states that this can even replace optical viewfinders.