The PowerShot SD4000 IS is one of the most impressive compact cameras we've ever tested, offering image quality and lens capabilities we're used to seeing on professional-level cameras.
Samsung unveiled two new products for its fall camera and camcorder lineup: a Wi-Fi-enabled point-and-shoot camera, and a new HD pocket camcorder that boasts a swiveling lens.
A new Panasonic camcorder offers a detachable dual lens for 3D video capture, and a new lens for Micro Four-Thirds cameras will add 3D-shooting capabilities.
The long-awaited follow-up to the popular Lumix LX3 is one of five new Panasonic cameras coming in late 2010.
Which new blockbuster smartphone shoots the best photos and videos? We put Apple's iPhone 4, Motorola's Droid X, HTC's EVO 4G, and Samsung's Galaxy to the test, and there's a clear-cut winner.
The slick, slimmed-down follow-up to Canon's SX200 IS offers a near-perfect blend of manual controls and creative scene modes, and its video capture is stunning.
The GPS-enabled HZ35W produces some of the sharpest, highest-quality stills we've seen this side of a DSLR, but its confusing menu system and poor video quality knock it down a peg.
Don’t call Sony’s GPS-enabled, feature-loaded DSC-HX5V a gimmick camera. It supplements its in-camera goodies with great image quality and terrific shooting modes.