'Large and heavy.'
'built-in Wi-Fi, GPS and NFC.'
'massive 83x optical zoom'
'world’s smallest, lightest interchangeable lens camera'
'extremely capable camera'
'Despite rife competition, this Sony still manages to offer ample appeal despite a couple of bumps in the road along the way.'
Crammed in between the Alpha 5000 and 6000
'fantastic travel camera'
'Doesn't include external battery charger.'
'If this wasn't enough, the SH-2 also allows you to record silent high-speed movies for slow-motion playback. '
'The TG-3 is a worthy successor to its predecessor, and follows it as our Editors' Choice for rugged compact cameras.'
'It's responsive, versatile and durable.'
'The TG-3 is a good rugged point-and-shoot that can take a beating. '
'new sensor and screen'
The easy-to-use Samsung NX3000 is designed for users new to mirrorless cameras. Although it doesn’t make us jump and shout, we can’t argue with its price.
Beautiful picture quality and superb battery life
Olympus's 'dot sight' helps long-distance composition
But this bridge is still falling behind its rivals
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Unique tracking system makes this megazoom stand out
Very good photos in bright light, and the fast lens, optical viewfinder
Larger-than-average image sensor, Sharp
Faster auto-focus and burst shooting speeds
Built-in Wifi and GPS via a smartphone, 1080p60 HD video mode.
Delivers some of the best image quality we've seen for less than $1,000
Excellent high ISO images, 5.5fps shooting
Smaller, lighter and significantly cheaper
Excellent high ISO noise performance
Touch-screen operation is seamlessly integrated
World's smallest DSLR, Truly compact body
Small body size, Touchscreen
Very small and light with good grip for small to medium-size hands
Shooting performance and picture quality are excellent
Great zoom range, Raw shooting capability
20x optical zoom, raw file shooting ability
Compact metal body, Good front and rear grip