Cars! Cameras! Laptops! This week's roundup of the grooviest stuff CNET editors reviewed has a little something for everyone. Unless you don't like things. How can you not like things?
Are you ready to step up to a more sophisticated model, or are you thinking about stepping down to something smaller than a dSLR? These are for you.
This full-frame compact camera delivers everything you'd expect from a Leica, from sharp pics to a steep price.
Leica's fab new full-frame, fixed-lens camera is its most mainstream to date, excluding the Leica-branded Panasonics. It's still Leica-expensive, though.
After three years, Leica gives its black-and-white-only model HD recording capability.
Got 15,000 Euros to spare? Only 600 of these limited edition cameras will be produced by Leica in celebration of 60 years of the M Series rangefinders.
Could this be your first Leica? The coveted camera brand delivers style and substance in collaboration with Audi Design.
From the ridiculous to the sublime and back again, here are the 20 cameras that did something new, different, smart, or stupid. Plus one bonus contender.
The camera, co-designed by Apple design chief Jony Ive and industrial designer Marc Newson, will be sold to raise money to fight AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria.
The expensive Vario X camera does have a zoom lens, but it's a surprisingly slow lens.
The 1937 camera, a nostalgic reminder of the long-ago days before everyone toted a smartphone, was one of many photographic gems offered at a Vienna auction.
The Nikon Coolpix A is a fixed-focal-length lens model with an APS-C sensor along the lines of Fujifilm's popular X100 and X100s.
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