As the year draws to a close the CNET UK team takes a moment to reflect on their personal highlights of the past 12 months.
A 10x zoom lens is the new 5x, as camera makers continue pushing to see just how much zoom range can be packed into a body that's 1 inch thick or slimmer.
We look back on the ten best cameras of 2011 and pit the year's finest compacts, superzooms, interchangeable lenses and dSLRs head to head.
ViewSonic's ViewPad E70 gets you Ice Cream Sandwich for $170, but makes some sacrifices to do so.
Nikon's basic Coolpix point-and-shoots are redressed for 2011 and packing more resolution.
CNET compares 10 megazoom digital cameras that cost less than $250 each.
A year after we thought it'd given up, HP seems to have found an OEM to produce cameras and camcorders for it.
There were a ton of cameras available in 2009, but of course some were more popular than others with CNET's readers. See this slideshow for a breakdown of the top 10 most popular--and still available--cameras as well as three 2008 models that are gone but
Flipshare TV is a system that wirelessly streams Flip video clips to a TV screen. Updated software will send video to iPhones, BlackBerrys, and Android phones.
So many cameras, so little time. Here's a list of favorite snapshot cameras for 2009.