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.
Articles by Tim Moynihan