Canon announces four new A-series PowerShot cameras for budget-focused photographers
Despite playing a soft hand in terms of new cameras, Canon went all-in with its high-definition camcorder announcements at the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show.
Samsung’s new NX10 is an interchangeable-lens model that’s slightly less bulky than a DSLR.
Here’s what we may see coming out of the cameras category at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show (CES) and throughout 2010.
If shooting HD video is a priority, this beginner-friendly camera is a great option. But it's pricey, and it's not quite a DSLR.
The 12-megapixel Samsung DualView TL225 packs various never-before-seen features into a single point-and-shoot camera.
These compact cameras offer much more versatility than the average point-and-shoot does, thanks to powerful lenses that reach from 8x to 12x optical zoom.
This camera's powerful zoom lens and features are great for casual shooters looking for versatility and oomph.
A powerful, semicompact megazoom camera with an awesome range of controls for both stills and video.
The DMC-ZR1's very quiet, ultrawide-angle lens makes it an unassuming all-star for both stills and video.
The EX-H10 is geared towards a younger crowd, thanks to fun in-camera features.
PC World's Tim Moynihan turns to PriceTrace.com to find good deals on point-and-shoot cameras.
Wide-angle lens, big LCD, and good battery life complement this point-and-shoot's unique in-camera features.
Fujifilm’s FinePix F200 EXR is an good pocket camera for relatively advanced photographers, either as a more-portable backup to a digital SLR camera or as a versatile primary point-and-shoot.
The MyVideo is purely a budget buy, but a solid one. Its looks and build quality may not be something you can fall in love with, but it shoots good enough video in bright light to make it a decent value for the $130 price.