Announced today, the 12-megapixel Pentax Q will offer interchangeable-lens oomph to the point-and-shoot crowd.
The latest Panasonic G-series interchangeable-lens camera, the Lumix GF3 is billed as the smallest and lightest camera of its kind.
The 16X-optical-zoom Sony Cyber-shot HX9V is loaded with fun extras, including 3D shooting, excellent video quality, in-camera GPS, and groundbreaking scene modes.
It once took a darkroom to do the stuff you can now do on your PC or right in your camera--thanks to some simple image-editing tricks and creative scene modes, you can turn full-size objects into miniatures, compose panoramas, and more.
According to our tests for image- and video-quality, the white iPhone 4 and black iPhone 4 shoot different(ly). Take a look at our test shots and see for yourself.
We love the touchscreen-controlled Elph 500 HS's image quality, ultra-wide-angle-lens, and range of shooting modes. We're not so fond of its battery life and UI for manual controls.
The Lumix GF2 is an enticingly compact interchangeable-lens camera, but its touchscreen interface is an inefficient way to access important in-camera controls.
The Nikon Coolpix S9100 is the rare beast that will please both novices and experienced shooters, even with its lack of manual controls. Thanks to great image quality and creative modes, practically anyone will find this camera a pleasure to use.
The interchangeable-lens Panasonic Lumix DMC-G3 and ultraslim Lumix DMC-FH7 offer touchscreen controls to go along with their compact sizes.
The ultracompact Cyber-shot WX10 packs a big punch in a very small package: a 7X zoom lens, 3D shooting, and smooth 1080i video. Image quality could be better, but there's still a lot to like in this little camera.
Building on an already-excellent camera, the 14X-optical-zoom PowerShot SX230 HS adds a new sensor, high-speed shooting, and GPS to the mix.
Look Effects Visual Effects Supervisor Dan Schrecker tells the story behind the "infinite zoom" camera setup and the face-replacement scenes in 'Black Swan.'