Panasonic has announced a 10.1 megapixel overhaul to its popular FZ18, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ28.
A 14.7-megapixel sensor, a wide-angle Leica lens, manual exposure control, and RAW shooting should give the sleek Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX150 broad appeal.
The 10.1-megapixel Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX37 is a light update to the tiny FX35, offering more zoom range and more features in an equally tiny package.
Although it seems to be hard to find consumers itching for more megapixels from small cameras, it looks like we're again headed full-steam in that direction.
Pentax's Optio compacts have tended to fly under the radar, but if the snappy little Pentax Optio V20 is an indication of a new design philosophy, that could change.
With the typical lack of fanfare that has become their signature, Kodak quietly added two new flagship cameras to their website this week.
Casio has made a firmware update for its Exilim Pro EX-F1 high-speed ultrazoom available for download today.
Cell phone cameras have been stuck at the "novelty" phase, but improvements in technology and changes in the way we share images may be poised to change that.
The 18x zoom on the Fujifilm FinePix S8100fd may not be king of the ultrazoom hill these days, but it's hard not to be impressed by Fuji's latest offering.
The one camera that seemed to do just about everything right this month was the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX35, earning the 10.1 megapixel ultracompact our Editor's Choice recognition for the month.
To a Point and Shoot (P&S) camera user, the mode options can seem superfluous at best, and terrifying at worst. After all, isn't the camera called "Point and Shoot" for a reason? Why should the average camera user bother changing modes when the camera was designed to take a decent picture with no switch flipping or incantations from the user? The answer is simple: you don't have to, but using the modes can lead to even better results.
The new Concord EasyShare series (Es500z, ES510z and ES820z) mark a concerted effort to bring easy point and shoot digital cameras to the family. They feature large LCD displays, in camera photo editing, direct print options and a rugged shell.
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