Fujifilm XP80 packs durability into small, affordable package
A toughened and waterproof compact camera that looks strangely familiar
The Fujifilm FinePix S1 is hardly the perfect super-zoom camera, but it definitely is in the top of the 2014 class.
This flagship 50x optical zoom bridge camera boasts DSLR styling and whopper of a lens, but should you buy it
A 50x zoom for whatever weather you're in
Introducing the selfie to the tough camera
Fully tiltable display and 21mm wide-angle lens
'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 Pentax K-S2 is an attractive option for photographers who don't put an emphasis on video capture.'
'The company may not have the clout of Canon or Nikon, but this camera deserves to win Pentax a few new fans.'
'Lots of fine-tuning options for a prosumer model. '
'a broad feature set'
Excellent high ISO image quality, Shoots at 8.1fps
Delivers great performance, weather-resistant build quality
Will the weatherproof K-3 be enough to tempt consumers away from Nikon and Canon?
Pros: Price, rugged build quality.
Sony's enthusiast-level SLT gets a speed boost as well as better image quality
'If you need better autofocus in a Micro Four Thirds camera, the Olympus OM-D E-M1 is a better choice thanks to its hybrid phase/contrast system.'
'very capable camera'
'highly capable camera'
'The improved image stabilisation system works excellently for both stills and video, even when hand-holding the camera at very slow shutter speeds. '
'The Canon PowerShot G3 X is a very competent fixed-lens compact, which will get you much better results than your average superzoom bridge camera. '
'The built-in flash worked well indoors, with no red-eye and good overall exposure, although there's noticeable vignetting at 24mm. '
'High-quality 24-600mm lens'
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