The Coolpix P7100 is Nikon's new top-of-the-line fixed-lens model, and two pocket megazooms and Nikon's first ruggedized Coolpix cam are among the several new cameras announced today.
The Canon PowerShot Elph 510 HS and 310 HS offer long-zoom lenses that seem impossible given the cameras' size, while the PowerShot SX150 IS uses its bigger body for manual controls.
The Microsoft Camera Codec Pack serves as a handy viewer and RAW-to-JPG converter for the RAW data from many digital SLRs.
These digital binoculars record 1080p video, 3D footage, and 7-megapixel stills--and using them makes you feel like Luke Skywalker.
With good image quality, optical stabilization, and creative filters, the PowerShot A3300 IS offers quite a bit more than your average sub-$200 camera.
The superslim TX55 offers a new take on digital zoom, using an in-camera pixel-matching database that purportedly retains image sharpness and resolution.
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ47 is a 24X-optical-zoom camera optimized for video as well as still-image capture, while the pocketable Lumix LS5 is touted as a solid low-light shooter.
With an array of wireless sharing and remote-control options, the Samsung SH100 has a very generous feature set for a $200 camera. But it's mainly for young, casual shooters, due to its toylike build and lack of manual controls.
Since the dawn of the Micro Four-Thirds system in 2008, compact interchangeable-lens cameras have quickly been getting smaller and stronger. Join us on a journey through camera-miniaturization history.
Interchangeable-lens cameras continue to shrink! Three new Olympus Pen cameras are notably smaller--and more feature-packed--than their predecessors.
We talk the dark side of tablet displays and the potential for Lytro's "light field" digital camera technology to revolutionize digital photography in this week's episode of the PCWorld Podcast.