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Canon supersizes G series sensor

With a new model entering the top of its enthusiast compact camera line, Canon introduces the largest sensor available in that market segment.

By January 9, 2012


Quick Take: Canon PowerShot S100

Canon updates its popular PowerShot S95 with a longer zoom range and GPS.

By September 16, 2011


Canon replaces PowerShot S95 with S100 and better video, GPS

The company's new version of its popular camera gets some nice features, but a higher price tag as well.

By September 15, 2011


Will the Fujifilm FinePix X10 win over amateur shooters?

Fujifilm capitalizes on the buzz around its X100 to enter the enthusiast compact market with a very different, yet still retro-looking model.

By August 31, 2011


Sony Alpha SLT-A35: Low-budget action shooter

Unlike many cameras that have scaled back burst-shooting capabilities, the SLT-A35 delivers fast continuous shooting with a buffer deep enough to make it useful and a viewfinder that makes it possible.

By July 18, 2011


Fujifilm announces pricing, availability for expensive X100

Is a large sensor, fast fixed prime lens, sophisticated (but not through-the-lens) viewfinder and retro design worth $1,200? Fujifilm's hoping you answer that with a big "yes."

By February 7, 2011


Hands on with the Olympus XZ-1 enthusiast camera

Olympus launches a promising competitor to the popular Canon PowerShot S95.

By January 5, 2011


Canon PowerShot G12 = G11 + 720p

Canon updates its popular G series model with HD video capture.

By September 14, 2010


Nikon P7000: Completely different from its predecessor

Nikon made the Coolpix P7000 a much different camera from its predecessor, the gone-nowhere P6000, probably in hope of a better showing against market-leading models like the Canon PowerShot G11 and Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX3.

By September 7, 2010


Panasonic LX5 compact addresses LX3 issues

A new sensor, larger zoom range, improved noise reduction, and a better video codec are among the changes Panasonic brings to the Lumix DMC-LX5 over the LX3.

By July 20, 2010