A 26x megazoom, two high-zoom pocket cameras, a sub-$200 touchscreen model, and three more Coolpix cameras are among Nikon's point-and-shoot announcements for 2010.
More than a dozen new FinePix cameras will hit shelves in early 2010, including a 30X optical-zoom model, three pocket megazooms, and six sub-$200 models.
Hot on the heels of Fujifilm's 30x optical zoom camera announcement, Olympus rolled out its high-zoom heir to the SP-590 UZ's throne.
They aren't radical departures from their 2009 predecessors, but a handful of new Panasonic point-and-shoots add welcome new features: manual controls, fast focusing, and GPS.
Pentax was quiet at CES this year, but that silence just ended with a bang, announcing three additions to its Optio point-and-shoot camera line.
Samsung's just-announced pocket megazooms offer a solid combination of gee-whiz features and manual controls
This batch of cameras announced at CES promise easier uploading and sharing capabilities.
Now that many manufacturers have offically announced their early-2010 product lines for point-and-shoot cameras, PC World's Tim Moynihan connects the dots on what to expect for the rest of the year.
Olympus's new point-and-shoots include a ruggedized, HD-video-shooting Stylus Tough model and pocketable high-zoom cameras.
At CES, three new HD pocket camcorders have surfaced, all of which do things a bit differently.
Touchscreen cameras, dual-screen point-and-shoots, even a pocket mega-zoom with a high-speed burst mode: Here are the newest cameras from Panasonic, Casio, Sony, and Samsung.
Casio has one of the more exciting camera announcements at CES 2010 thus far: the High Speed Exilim EX-FH100, a 10X-optical-zoom pocket megazoom camera.
Wireless transfers, powerful lenses, SD/SDHC card slots, GPS receivers, and touchscreens are all on tap for Sony's 2010 camera lineup.
Anyone awaiting a new Micro Four-Thirds camera from Panasonic will be disappointed, but the company did announce six new point-and-shoot cameras at CES.
Samsung's new cameras expand on features from its 2009 line: dual screens, wireless connectivity, AMOLED displays, gesture-controlled touchscreens, stylish looks, and radical designs.