Despite appearances, one of these bright-lens cameras--the Lumix F8 and F6--is really not like the other.
The FH5 and FH2 are slightly above basic point-and-shoots with just a couple megapixels to differentiate one from the other.
If you're itching for a new touch-screen camera, Panasonic has two you may want to consider.
Tiny cameras with a little extra zoom, these refreshed models add more of Panasonic's Intelligent features.
The FinePix J series of digital cameras gets a new 10-megapixel, 3X zoom model, the J20fd, and a 10-megapixel wide-angle 5X zoom model, the J250.
Between two similar cameras, one's notable wide-angle lens stands out.
For less than $150, the VR-340 packs a lot of specs in a pocket-friendly package.
A little GPS, some more megapixels, and a whole lotta meh.
Perhaps in a losing battle with smartphones, including its own, Samsung loads up four new cameras with wireless connectivity.
The manufacturer's tiny wide-angle FH5 point-and-shoot gets a touch screen.