Articles about Camera Reviews

Sony RX100 VII Camera: My ExperienceEditor's Pick
Sony calls the $1299 Sony RX100 VII a camera with “Pro features” in a to-go package and targets a creative crowd of professionals and influencers willing to spend to streamline their ultramobile camera setup.

SiOnyx Aurora Night-Vision Camera Review: Own The NightEditor's Pick
WWe test the SiOnyx Aurora Night-Vision camera equipped with Black Silicon technology. It can record impressive color videos when other cameras only see black outlines

Sony RX10 Review
The Sony RX10 is a cousin of the much smaller RX100 II, which was quite popular due to its size/performance ratio. Both cameras share common traits like the 1” sensor, but the RX10 has the benefit of getting the latest hardware from Sony, namely the Bionz X image processor that is used in the high-end Sony Alpha 7 and Alpha 7R cameras which gives it a lot of computational power […]

Samsung Galaxy NX Camera Review
Shortly before the first Galaxy Camera came out, we knew that Android cameras were going to land and stay. As cameras get smarter, the complexity of the software stack also becomes too hard to develop for camera makers (which are definitely NOT software-centric folks). Samsung is the company that has the best Android Camera offering today, and with the Galaxy NX, it just took the whole sector to the next […]


Samsung NX300 Camera Review
Samsung never used to be a big name in film cameras but has become one of the leading brands in digital photography. Ironically, its popular Galaxy smartphones are helping to dig a grave for point-and-shoot cameras – including Samsung’s own. In response, the company is following an idustry trend by focusing on “compact-system cameras,” which feature interchangeable lenses and promise the performance of a grown-up SLR in a small and […]

Canon EOS M Review
This Canon EOS M Review goes over the features and properties of Canon's first product in the Compact Camera System category. It shows what most users can do in a real-world situation.

Olympus OM-D E-M5 Review
 A small and lightweight camera with a grown-up feature set, delivering professional results – that’s the holy grail of digital photography. With the OM-D E-M5, Olympus aims to get close: the camera, touted as “groundbreaking” and “revolutionary,” offers many features of a full-fledged SLR in the small package of a Micro Four Thirds camera. Weighing just 425 grams (0.94 lb), the E-M5 accepts a large number of different lenses, takes […]

Samsung Galaxy Camera Review
For the past few years we have been waiting for a functional Android camera, something that we deem to be “unavoidable”, so we were very glad to see Samsung launch its Galaxy Camera at IFA in Berlin in September. One of the previous attempt was released by Polaroid at CES 2012, however the design was far from being good enough, and much needed to be improved (design, performance, optics, Android […]

Sony NEX-F3 Review
With the release of the Sony NEX-F3 camera, Sony Electronics is basically refreshing its entry-level compact and interchangeable camera offering. The overall goal of the release is to offer the latest software updates in terms of effects and image analysis and processing to a form factor that continues to rise in popularity. While the hardware and the image quality itself is not so different from the now retired NEX-C3, the […]

Olympus E-P3 Review
Olympus E-P3 Review - It is true that it classic looks inspire confidence, but can such a small camera deliver a professional quality?

Panasonic GF3 Review
Panasonic GF3 Review - This real-world review of the Panasonic GF3 is for readers who can't stomach a 12-page review full of descriptions and technicalities.

Casio EX-G1 review
Feel free to jump at this camera and put it through the wringer – no worries, it can take it. Casio’s Exilim EX-G1 rides the wave of rugged adventure cameras that are shock-absorbent, waterproof, and cold-resistant. You can drop it from up to 7 feet (2.10 meters), take it swimming in the summer and rush down a ski slope in the winter: none of it should harm this tough little […]