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Samsung NX300 review: Shoot like a pro, share like a teenager

It has interchangeable lenses and in-camera retouching, plus built-in Wi-Fi for easy Instagramming.

Ricoh GR review: Don't mistake it for a typical point and shoot

With excellent image quality and tons of extra features, this camera proves that you can shoot big without a zoom lens.

Samsung Galaxy GC110 Review: Camera, Android device, or neither?

With a lot of strengths and a few key weaknesses, the hybrid phone-camera could be your ideal all-in-one or a hamstrung all-in-none.

Review: Canon PowerShot N is a pint-size powerhouse

It's not much bigger than an iPhone, but the PowerShot N does everything better.

Feed your creativity with the Fujifilm X20 compact camera

Even though it has plenty of “auto everything” modes, the more you know about photography, the more you can get out of the Fujifilm X20.

Building better slideshows on your iPad

How to connect iPhoto with iMovie to create polished, professional-looking sequences of slides on your tablet.


Review: Olympus PEN E-PL5 features great image quality and swift autofocus

The Olympus PEN E-PL5 is a top-notch performer, but hold it in your hands before making a buying decision.

Can Canon save the point and shoot?

Canon seeks to breathe new life into the point and shoot camera sector with the PowerShot N.

Review: Pentax K-30 is a great choice for outdoor and adventure shooting

The Pentax K-30 is a particularly good fit for outdoor explorers and those who prefer not to worry about their camera when shooting in adverse conditions.

Essential guide to photography peripherals

Stuff you need and want to protect your camera and enhance your photos.

Field Test: Pentax K-30

If you're shooting outdoors under harsh conditions, the Pentax K-30 will let you keep your mind on your photos, instead of fretting about the camera.

Glass with class: Intriguing lens options shown at Photokina

Simply going with the glass made by the camera body manufacturer might feel safe. But there are many tempting optics out there.