Sony's latest interchangeable-lens cameras offer a lot of unique features for $600 as a kit, including fast burst shooting, manual video controls, and impressive in-camera AI.
With a fast F2.0 lens, high-speed shooting modes, and low-light skills, Olympus's latest rugged camera offers compelling traits for everyday use, too.
The Samsung WB150F is one of the first Wi-Fi-enabled cameras we've seen to offer impressive specs outside of its wireless tricks. However, it may not go far enough into manual-control territory to please seasoned shooters.
A faster burst mode, a new image processor, a microphone input jack, and an optional wireless adapter highlight the Nikon D3200's new features.
The PowerShot Elph 520 HS is a very compact 12X-optical-zoom camera designed for casual shooters. It offers decent performance, but not at the level we're used to seeing in Canon's cameras.
An interchangeable-lens camera built for casual users, the mirrorless Lumix GF5 will have a dramatically redesigned touchscreen interface.
Priced to compete with the Canon EOS Rebel T3i and the Nikon D5100, Sony's translucent-mirror A57 will shoot quickly and offer impressive video options.
Lytro's first light-field camera is capable of amazing things, but in its current state it comes up short of revolutionizing photography. Here are six things that could make the next Lytro device the only compact camera you'd ever need.
With seven Cyber-shot cameras that offer optical-zoom ranges of 10X and greater, Sony has its sights set on the megazoom market in 2012.
Articles by Tim Moynihan