This interchangeable lens camera features a design reminiscent of Leica cameras.
The DSC-H400 has a 63x(!) zoom. But it also has some limitations you'll have to work around.
This compact interchangeable lens will appeal to anyone looking for a step up form a smartphone camera
The X-A1 camera sports classic styling and a feature set more geared to enthusiasts and pros than the happy-snappy brigade.
The Nikon 1 S1 is an easy and portable transition for anybody trading up to an interchangeable lens camera for the first time.
The NX30 looks and handles like a DSLR, but weights significantly less.
Premium end compact camera with larger than average sensor is a fit for the pocket.
The FinePix is considered a "bridge" camera, one that bridges the gap between point-and-shoot and DLSR cameras.
It looks like a DLSR—and costs about as much as one—but the DSC-RX10 has a built-in lens.
If you want a smaller camera that's easier to carry than a DSLR—but you don't want to sacrifice the control options—take a look at the Powershot G16.
NIkon's durable and versatile camera can take a licking and keep on clicking.
Panasonic’s smallest interchangeable lens boasts a 16 megapixel Live MOS sensor.
The K-x is a beginner-friendly SLR featuring most of the latest must-haves (and a very good choice for anyone wanting video too) but the lack of a rechargeable battery is a pain.
If you're on a budget, the A230 is one of the most affordable SLR kits around.
While the GXR sounds like good news for photographers looking for a high-quality shoot-from-the-hip camera for street and travel photography, getting set up doesn’t come cheap.
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