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The Good Great photos; relatively quick; plenty of features; large LCD.
The Bad Awkward zoom control; slightly cramped buttons; no optical viewfinder.
The Bottom Line The Canon PowerShot SD630 shoehorns a relatively broad set of features, solid performance, and great image quality into an attractive ultracompact package.
It's a lot like its predecessor, but for the most part, that's okay.
Fast and flexible, the Nikon D500 is one of the best dSLRs you can buy for under $2,000.
Sony's follow-up to its NEX-6 laps the field with its 11fps burst and comfortable design.
This compact interchangeable-lens model is a great step-up from APS-C models, as long...
The company's latest entry-level model delivers the speed and photo quality you expect...