Camera sensors will get bigger—and that's just one trend we predict for 2013.
A great camera deal starts with a great camera. Here are a dozen excellent point-and-shoots, interchangeable-lens cameras, and DSLRs that are on sale this holiday season.
There are so many options in the world of digital cameras, it's easy to get confused. Here's how to pick the camera that fits you perfectly.
The 20X-optical-zoom FinePix F770EXR does a lot of things well, but it falls short of the competition in overall image quality.
The second-generation compact interchangeable-lens camera offers a new sensor, a new image processor, and new in-camera controls.
Ready to buy a digital camera? Jump right in. In this section of our digital camera buying guide, we'll cut to the chase and give you some basic tips for making a decision.
In this section of our digital camera buying guide, we'll dissect what some often-mysterious camera specs mean in the real world.
In this section of our digital camera buying guide, we'll explain the differences between the most popular types of cameras and help you pick a winner.
The Coolpix S9300 is an 18X-zoom pocket camera with very simple controls, but its image quality takes a big step backward when matched against that of its excellent predecessor.
Bigger sensors, wireless sharing, and downloadable apps are among the big camera innovations we've seen in the past few months.
The new X-E1 will offer the same sensor and shooting modes of the higher-priced X-Pro1 in a slightly different body.
With an F1.8 lens, a fairly big sensor, unique zoom-lens controls, and a faux leather cover, the Fujifilm XF1 is looking to turn heads on the premium compact scene.
The Nikon vs. Canon battle continues, this time on the semi-affordable full-frame DSLR front. The new EOS 6D packs a full-frame sensor and Wi-Fi features into a fairly small body.
The Canon PowerShot G15 gets a fast F1.8 lens, while the Canon PowerShot S110 has built-in Wi-Fi.