With a new model entering the top of its enthusiast compact camera line, Canon introduces the largest sensor available in that market segment.
Canon updates its popular PowerShot S95 with a longer zoom range and GPS.
The company's new version of its popular camera gets some nice features, but a higher price tag as well.
Fujifilm capitalizes on the buzz around its X100 to enter the enthusiast compact market with a very different, yet still retro-looking model.
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.
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."
Olympus launches a promising competitor to the popular Canon PowerShot S95.
Canon updates its popular G series model with HD video capture.
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.
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.