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It's the zoom, specifically, the optical zoom. Thin smartphones just don't have the build for moving glass, and Canon is banking on that with its new PowerShot SX400 IS.
The Sony HX300 has proven itself a worthy ultrazoom camera. In fact, it has made a great impression on us with image quality and color representation.
The G16 has a few minor flaws, but achieves a promising balance between image quality, capability, and functionality for the price.
Nikon's Coolpix P600 takes the foundation built by last year's P520 and adds a mammoth 60x zoom to it. Some barrel distortion and video capture lag hinder what is an[...]
All in all, the D3300 comes up with many more positives than negatives -- it's a good little camera whether trading up or jumping in for the first time.
We have some serious Samsung love for the NX300. Built to please the masses, the NX300 has what it takes to rise to the top.
Right after Nikon launched the D600, Canon countered with the 20MP 6D. Is the EOS 6D the full-frame alternative we hoped it would be?
The Sony Cyber-Shot RX100 is a stand-out digital camera with a great lens. It comes loaded with enticing features and great specs.
The Samsung WB is a great little camera for new photographers or ones looking to step up from a smartphone. It has good functionality as well as Wi-Fi and NFC.
The E-PL5 glides onto the scene with a bag of tricks borrowed from its big brother - a great sensor, fast AF and HD video.
After spending a few weeks with the Nikon D5200 we decided it is a pretty good entry-level DSLR camera with some impressive specs.
Arriving barely a year after the release of the K-30, the K-50 is very similar to its predecessor with only a few minor tweaks including 120 color options.
The new T5i model has some similar specs to it's predecessor, the T4i: 18 MP, 5 FPS, and full HD video. So is it worth a second look? Maybe!
Paired with the OM-D E-M5, this is the perfect go-anywhere lens. The new 17mm f/1.8 has good image quality, is easy to use and has fast AF.
The Nikon 1 AW1 offers the flexibility of an ILC with the underwater capability of a rugged camera. This unique camera is great for the adventure enthusiast.
When comparing similarly priced cameras, the SX170 IS comes out on top. Those looking to spend under $200 on a camera will be impressed.
The Olympus 60mm f/2.8 macro lens beckons you to photograph the world with a different point of view - crisp, clear and close up.
The Nikon D7100 is no joke! It has a 24.1MP APS-C sensor, 3.2-inch LCD, weather sealing, dual card slots and produces great image quality.
The Nikon D3000 is an entry-level DSLR, but that doesn't mean it's a stripped-down, no-frills camera. The latest crop of beginner DSLRs have pushed the bar higher for this class,[...]
The SB-700 speedlight is the newest addition to Nikon's Creative Lighting System. Fully compatible with just about every Nikon DSLR in existence, the SB-700 promises more intuitive control and improved[...]