Canon Powershot G12 Quick Review

Canon’s Powershot G-series is a stalwart of the high-end compact camera market. Originally designed to offer film SLR users a (relatively) affordable ladder into enthusiast digital imaging, ove...

Olympus XZ-1 Review

Back in 2001, when it was possible to charge $999 for a compact camera, Olympus produced the C-3040Z, C-4040Z and C5050Z which featured some of the brightest zooms to ever appear on such cameras. Sad...

Olympus E-5 In-depth Review

Taking what could most politely be described as a ‘considered’ approach to product upgrades, late last year Olympus lifted the curtain on the third generation of its professional SLR, in ...

Olympus E-PL2 Review

The Micro Four Thirds system turned two years old last October, and a lot has happened since Panasonic debuted the DSLR-inspired, but mirrorless Lumix DMC-G1. What was then a brand new system has had...

Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF2 Review

Panasonic unveiled its first compact-body ‘rangefinder-like’ Micro Four Thirds camera in September 2009, in the shape of the DMC-GF1. This quickly gained a following as arguably the best ...

Pentax K-r Review

The K-r was announced in September 2010 and slots into the Pentax line-up between the entry-level K-x and the enthusiast models K-7 and K-5. Visually it is much closer to the K-x but a look under the...

Panasonic DMC-GH2 Review

When Panasonic first launched the GH1, its second Micro Four Thirds camera, it was widely seen as simply being a G1 with video shooting and a considerably more expensive kit lens. And, if your primar...

Canon Rebel T3i / EOS 600D Review

Ever since Canon introduced its original ‘Digital Rebel’ back in August 2003 – famously the first ‘affordable’ digital SLR – the company has continually developed ...

Canon Rebel T3 / EOS 1100D Review

The bottom-end of the interchangeable lens camera has become fiercely competitive with manufacturers culling features and cutting-corners to offer a tempting upgrade path from compact cameras, at the...

Nikon D5100 In-depth Review

The arrival of the D5100 appears to signal the completion of Nikons refresh of its non-pro DSLR lineup. Its feature set and pricing mean that it sits very comfortably between the beginner-friendly D3...