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Designed for photographers who want to step up from a point and shoot camera, the Sony NEX-3N has a lot of offer in a very compact device.
As with most of the Olympus cameras we test, the company is going to have to pry this one away from us.
The Sony HX300 has proven itself a worthy ultrazoom camera.
The Nikon A offers great image quality for those wanting a large sensor, fixed lens camera--as long as you can live without a viewfinder.
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 Pentax Q7 is a super compact interchangeable lens camera with a small 1/1.7-inch sensor to match.
The Samsung WB800F reviewed well, sitting comfortably between the Samsung EX2F and the Canon SX280 HS--a great choice for a compact travel zoom camera.
The Samsung WB2100 is a good option for families and aspiring photographers, but the maximum aperture is not the fastest--especially indoors.
The Samsung NX2000 is a good camera, but compared to its big brother, the NX300, it will have a tough time gaining the top position.
We have some serious Samsung love for the NX300.
The Canon N breathes new life into the hum-drum world of creative modes and effects.
The Canon SX280 HS features a 12MP sensor, a DIGIC 6 processor and a powerful 20x zoom--and all in a fashionable, pocketable camera.
Right after Nikon launched the D600, Canon countered with the 20MP 6D.
The new T5i model has some similar specs to it's predecessor, the T4i: 18 MP, 5 FPS, and full HD video.
An understated camera with professional features and designed for serious photographers who want a compact camera with creative capability.
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