Don't-Miss DSLR camera Stories
The Olympus PEN E-PL5 is a top-notch performer, but hold it in your hands before making a buying decision.
The first DSLR to offer a touchscreen LCD, the Canon T4i is brimming with photographic innovation.
Samsung’s entry-level NX1000 offers a versatile feature set, including WiFi, that will please budget-conscious enthusiasts and consumers who want a compact, interchangeable lens camera with good image quality at a relatively affordable price.
The Samsung NX20 holds its own against the competition and even exceeds other mirrorless interchangeable-lens models thanks to its well-implemented Wi-Fi.
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.
Sony blends image quality, ease of use, shooting options, and reasonable price in this advanced camera for consumers.
From pocket cameras to pricey DSLRs, find the model that's picture-perfect for you.
The Olympus OM-D E-M5 is a good-looking, well-designed, highly capable camera.
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.
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-G3 maintains its place as a player in the mirrorless interchangeable lens category.
Given the strong competition in the compact interchangeable lens category and its smaller sensor size, Nikon's 1 J1 may not hit a home run. But it’s a fun camera to shoot with and, in many ways, the little J1 can hold its own, particularly in terms of performance.
From $6000 full-frame DSLRs to Wi-Fi-enabled pocket camcorders, here are the most interesting digital-imaging devices announced at the show.
Both smartphone cameras and stand-alone cameras will become much more versatile next year, and it should be fun to watch. Here are the major photography trends to expect in 2012.