Point and Shoot 2009 Camera Articles

Popular Point and Shoot Articles for 2009

Canon PowerShot A480 Review

The Canon PowerShot A480 showed a lot of promise in our First Thoughts. With the full review in, it's safe to say that the bargain priced A480 delivered on those[...]

Fujifilm FinePix Z33WP Review

One look at the Fujifilm FinePix Z33WP and it's obvious that this camera is having more fun than you are. Fujifilm calls it the world's smallest waterproof camera, and they[...]

Canon PowerShot D10 Review

With the introduction of the snazzy little Canon PowerShot D10, Canon finally ventures into the one arena of the digital camera wars where they haven't gone before - underwater. With[...]

Canon PowerShot G11 Review

We've already noted that Canon boldly scaled back sensor resolution in the latest installment of their point and shoot flagship G series, the PowerShot G11. Did Canon get their math[...]

Canon PowerShot SD1200 IS Review

The Canon PowerShot SD1200 does what a good point and shoot should do: it offers enough ease of use for an amateur while still giving the serious shutterbug plenty of[...]

Nikon Coolpix S230 Review

The Nikon Coolpix S230 is a touch screen camera. Still reading? We know that touch screens are a love-it-or-hate it proposition, and the S230 is no exception. While a finger-friendly[...]

Fujifilm FinePix F70EXR Review

Fujifilm's FinePix F70EXR carries the banner of "World's smallest 10x optical zoom camera." The svelte new F70 also incorporates the nifty EXR technology introduced earlier this year in the much[...]

Olympus Stylus 7010 Review

Olympus has been known for bringing camera concepts down to size - the original half-frame Pen, their latest Micro Four Thirds efforts, and now the Stylus 7010. It's a very[...]

Olympus Stylus-9000 Review

The Olympus Stylus-9000 fits comfortably into the compact high-zoom class that we've come to know and love. It offers a healthy 10x optical zoom, reliable auto exposure settings, and a[...]

Nikon Coolpix S70 Review

If you're going to a build a camera with a touch screen, then why not go all in and skip the physical buttons? That's the philosophy behind the Nikon Coolpix[...]

Casio Exilim EX-FS10 Review

Casio has found a niche in the market with their High Speed EXILIM family. The Casio Exilim EX-FS10 is one of the newest members of this clan, and it captures[...]

Panasonic Lumix DMC-FS25 Review

The Panasonic Lumix FS25 is squarely positioned for the beginner, equipped with advanced auto shooting and exposure modes. With its 12.1 megapixel sensor, Leica DC Vario-Elmar lens, and 5x optical[...]

Kodak Zx1 Review

Good things come in small packages. So does HD video capture. The Kodak Zx1 is a pocketable, weather-resistant camera that offers 720p HD video recording along with still image capture.[...]

Canon PowerShot A2100 IS Review

The Canon PowerShot A2100 IS promises big performance in a little package with a 12.1 megapixel sensor, 6x optically stabilized lens, and DIGIC IV image processor. Our first impressions were[...]

Canon PowerShot SD940 IS Review

The Canon PowerShot SD940 IS bears a striking resemblance to the previous generation PowerShot SD780 IS. The comparison isn't a bad thing, considering that the SD780 was one of our[...]

Nikon Coolpix S620 Review

The Nikon Coolpix S620 provides a balance of dependably good pictures with little user input and dead simple ease of use. It's also smaller, lighter and cheaper than many of[...]

Canon PowerShot S90 Review

The Canon PowerShot S90 revives the "S" series Canon introduced ten years ago with the S10. With its unusually fast f/2.0 lens, sturdy-yet-pocketable build, and a multi-functional control ring around[...]

Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX580 Review

The Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX580 strikes a nice balance between integrated touch screen functionality and good old-fashioned physical buttons. This "hybrid" interface is complemented by a strong palette of advanced manual[...]

Sony Cyber-shot WX1 Review

The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-WX1 brings the speed and low-light capability we loved in the much bigger HX1 down to pocket size. The back-lit Exmor R CMOS sensor promises improved performance[...]

Canon PowerShot SD980 IS Review

Canon's PowerShot SD980 IS brings a 3.0 inch touch screen to the Digital ELPH lineup for the first time. Flicking images across the wide-aspect LCD will certainly inspire a certain[...]