Rather than dump every available Black Friday discount on you, we've hand-picked the seasonal deals we think are actually worth your money.
The update to the Mark II has some design tweaks, but the biggest change is a move away from its odd "easy" operating mode.
It's a bit more streamlined over its predecessor and more targeted at step-up photographers.
Nostalgia: Because romanticizing the past never goes out of style.
From barely digital to seriously high tech, it was a surprisingly good year for camera fans.
Newegg has posted an 18-page flier filled with Black Friday deals. Here are some that are worth a look.
These are the cameras we would love to give to our family and friends or -- really -- the ones we'd buy for ourselves.
Are you ready to step up to a more sophisticated model, or are you thinking about stepping down to something smaller than a traditional dSLR? These are for you.
With an 18-frames-per second continuous-shooting speed, overhauled autofocus system and new options to support professionals, Olympus tries to lure them with zippy performance and compact design.
Fast, functional pro lenses and a consumer-friendly macro debut.
After years of making the most rugged point-and-shoots available, Olympus is finally using that know-how to take on GoPro.
Olympus' flagship mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera is streamlined for street photography.