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The Leica T gets a lot of things right, from its dapper design down to the razor-sharp kit lens. It's an ideal entry-point into the premium world of Leica.
Featuring a large 1-inch sensor and 16x zoom lens (the longest in its class), this compact might be all the camera you need.
In addition to speeding up its flagship interchangeable-lens model, Nikon debuts a power-zoom kit lens and a telephoto zoom for its CX mount.
The Samsung Galaxy NX camera combines the company's smartphone savvy with its mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera skills. The result: a potentially no-compromise solution for photographers who crave connectivity, albeit at a steep price premium.
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The company's latest interchangeable-lens camera incorporates much of the power of bigger models at a fraction of the size.
The expensive Vario X camera does have a zoom lens, but it's a surprisingly slow lens.
The new "Transformers: Age of Extinction" is the first feature film shot with the Imax 3D Digital Camera, a 3D, 4K. It's a beast, but small enough for director Michael Bay's dynamic movie-making style.
Equipped with the latest X-Trans sensor, the XQ1 is priced for folks who want better-than-snapshot photo quality but won't miss a viewfinder.
With an optional natty leather satchel and some choice photo-editing software included, Leica's new superzoom will make you the toast of your deck shoe-wearing chums.
The Leica V-Lux 20 is the first model from the high-end camera-maker to include GPS so you can tag your photos with the location you took them