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In spite of the decrease in the number of point-and-shoot cameras currently being released, Sony has carved out its own niche: the RX100-series, that pairs a well-liked compact form factor with advanced imaging capabilities and control akin to interchangeable-lens cameras. The newest member of this series is the Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 III.
Snow is still on the ground here in the Northeast, but apparently it’s spring cleaning time at Canon. From entry-level to “tough” cameras to advanced point-and-shoots and even the great Rebel entry-level DSLR series, Canon is sweeping the table clean and upgrading many of their most popular cameras for 2014.
It seems that it’s the time of the season for multi-camera announcements from big camera manufacturers, and Sony is leading the way, offering a new advanced mirrorless APS-C camera and a new 70-200mm f/4 full-frame E-mount lens. They have also announced five new digital cameras set to succeed already popular compacts.
Nikon has just introduced a host of updates to their line of COOLPIX point-and-shoot digital cameras, ranging from a new AW120 rugged model to the advanced P340 to the compact, entry-level S32. These six models cover a broad range of photographers' needs.
As the successor to the popular and distinctive WG-3 “tough” camera, the new Ricoh WG-4 Digital Camera takes things up a notch with a new image processing engine, updated shooting modes, and enhanced waterproof construction. In addition, two of the four new models come equipped with a sophisticated GPS module.
Fujifilm has just announced two new members of its X-series line of digital cameras: the X-E2 Mirrorless Digital Camera and the XQ1 Digital Camera. The X-E2 is an updated and refined successor to last year's X-E1 and improves upon it through the integration of a new sensor, new focusing capabilities, a larger LCD monitor, and built-in Wi-Fi capabilities.
Compact cameras, often referred to as point-and-shoots, are the most prevalent type of digital camera available, with an expansive list of options available in regard to form factor, imaging capabilities, manual versus automated functions, and a host of technologies that work to facilitate, as their name implies, truly point-and-shoot imaging possibilities.