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We sort through the complete Olympus camera range, from Stylus point-and-shoot compacts to PEN and OM-D compact system cameras…
We sort through the complete range of Panasonic Lumix cameras, from point-and-shoot compacts and superzooms to bridge cameras and CSCs…
Our photography testing team puts the Nikon Coolpix P7700 through rigorous lab and field tests in their new Nikon P7700 review. Watch the video review below to hear their verdict!
Nikon was the first major camera manufacturer to introduce a compact camera powered by the Android operating system, announcing the Nikon S800c shortly before the Samsung Galaxy Camera was revealed. Here Amy Davies of our testing team takes a look at what the Nikon Android camera has to offer in our Nikon S800c review.
The latest Nikon Coolpix camera, the Coolpix P510, features a 42x optical NIKKOR zoom lens that extends from 24mm wideangle to 1000mm.
All makers but one use single-layer sensors, where the red, green and blue pixels are laid out in a pattern and the colour information for each pixel is interpolated using information from its neig
Megapixels alone don’t guarantee image quality.
If looks counted for anything, the Ricoh G600 would be the toughest camera around.
At first sight, Panasonic’s FT1 looks the nearest rival to Olympus’ mighty Mju 8000. It’s a similar size, weight and shape and is also waterproof, shockproof and operable down to -10 degrees.