Great quality rivals DSLRs of similar resolution
An affordable full-frame CSC
Pros: Affordable, small size.
Once in a while we are treated to a groundbreaking camera that astounds us. For 2013, it’s Sony's Alpha A7 compact mirrorless full-frame camera.
Full-featured, best-performing super-zoom
One-size-fits-all bridge cameras are often touted as DSLR alternatives, but they’ve always lacked great performance and image quality – until Sony’s Cyber-shot RX10 showed up, that is.
Delivers excellent photo quality for the money
Inexpensive, SLR-like design, Built-in EVF
Image quality is excellent for such a cheap camera
Intelligent control layout familiar from the NEX system
Smallest, lightest camera with a 30x zoom
Provides excellent results from ISO 100-400
30x optical zoom in a pocketable body, Good image quality
Seamless Wi-Fi and remote viewfinder capabilities
Photos are very subtly sharper
Smallest full-frame camera available, Impressive noise performance
High-resolution full frame sensor in a small-ish camera package
Excellent OLED electronic viewfinder
Picture Effects, Low light performance
Comfortable handgrip and handling
Good image quality
Currently the lightest, smallest camera with a 20x zoom
Image quality is very good in terms of sharpness, colour reproduction
Up to 10 fps continuous shooting
Incredibly compact design
Innovative way for smartphone owners to take better-quality, more versatile photos and quickly share them
FullHD video with stereo sound, 10x optical zoom lens
A bold experiment to improve smartphone photography, but its failings are manifold
Very compact form factor
Decent photo quality for its class, Stylish, ultra-thin metal body
Excellent Magnifying Glass Plus mode
Excellent photos and very good video
Excellent high ISO performance
Excellent full-frame sensor
Noise under control, AF Range control
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