The lenses get longer, but the bodies get smaller. Pretty amazing.
An at-a-glance look at CNET's reviews of pocketable, travel zoom cameras.
The FZ150 might look the same as its predecessor, but one significant change inside might make this the megazoom to beat.
While they're not the most exciting cameras, it's still pretty amazing to see just how much lens you can squeeze into a compact camera.
Want a digital camera with a long-zoom lens, but without the high price? Here's a selection of compact and full-size megazooms with prices ranging from $99 to $250.
Looking for a top-of-the-line megazoom with the most features and the longest lens? You've found the right roundup.
Looking for a lot of lens in a little body?
The 10x zoom PowerShot SX120 IS gets refreshed as the 12x zoom SX130 IS with HD video capture while Canon adds the very compact 10x zoom SD4500 IS to its Digital Elph lineup.
Sony's latest megazooms feature 16-megapixel BSI CMOS sensors, full HD movie capture, 3-inch high-resolution LCDs, and, of course, long lenses.
A longer, wider lens, a touch screen, and 3D and high-speed shooting highlight the company's latest flagship pocketable longzoom camera.