Sometimes choosing a camera demands considerations other than image quality and battery life. These cameras have innovative extras that may win you over as soon as you try them.
Sharing photos with friends, posting images and video to the Web, and geotagging have never been this easy. Better yet, these features are available on some truly high-powered megazooms and point-and-shoot cameras.
Manufacturers are outdoing themselves in the quest to build a nearly indestructible camera--and the prices are reasonable, too. They're promising that you can freeze, drop, or submerge these models, without a worry.
Pentax offered a parting gift for the PMA crowd with the announcement of two new point-and-shoot cameras today: the 26x Pentax X90 fixed-lens megazoom and the rugged Optio W90.
At times, the PMA 2010 photography show in Anaheim felt like stepping into a time machine. A lot of the new imaging technology has a decidedly retro slant. Take a look.
These nine cameras have impressive touchscreen interfaces, as well as other unique features, including unusual designs, wireless connectivity, and resilience against the elements.
These pocket point-and-shoot cameras pack a lot of zoom into a compact size. Meet some of the most anticipated models of the year.
Sony unveiled a concept model of a compact interchangeable-lens camera with an APS-C sized sensor. The upcoming cameras share the same Alpha branding as the company's DSLR line and are slated for availability later this year.
Samsung introduces impressive new cameras and camcorder at PMA 2010 in Anaheim.
Sony announced two additions to its 2010 Cyber-shot camera lineup, both of which should be on display at the PMA 2010 show in Anaheim, California, next week.
One of the best ultracompact point-and-shoots we've seen in the past year.
Panasonic announced two new high-definition camcorders, each equipped with three low-light-optimized Live MOS sensors and the ability to record 1080p video.
Canon expanded its 2010 PowerShot camera line with four new point-and-shoot models. The new PowerShots include replacements for the company's popular 2009 cameras, a pocketable high-zoom follow-up to the PowerShot SX200 IS, and a new touchscreen camera.
The durable and compact Panasonic Lumix DMC-FP8 point-and-shoot camera offers an ultraquiet, recessed lens that focuses very quickly, but you'll need to make sure that its design works for you.
The compact, interchangeable-lens Olympus Pen E-PL1 could be the perfect fit for any photographer. Here's why.