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Fujifilm is kicking off the New Year right, with a slew of new point and shoot cameras and another new X-mount lens. The new cameras hail from the long zoom and “tough” camera side of the Fuji point-and-shoot spectrum.
Following the successes of the RX1 and RX100 cameras, Sony has just announced the Cyber-shot DSC-RX10, an advanced compact camera that borrows features and design from both cameras but differs in several significant ways.
Sony has just released several updates and new models in their lines of photographic equipment. Two interchangeable-lens cameras, new lenses and Cyber-shot point-and-shoots are available. These cameras build upon Sony’s extensive history of making cameras with high imaging performance that are enjoyable to use regularly.
Fujifilm has recently introduced several new point-and-shoot cameras that possess a broad array of features and serve to improve upon their existing line of non-interchangeable lens X series and FinePix digital cameras. At the forefront of this announcement are the highly anticipated X100S and X20 cameras, which feature retro styling combined with high imaging performance.
The Canon G series has long been considered an advanced, high end point-and-shoot camera, and for good reasons. The PowerShot G15 carries on in this tradition and in this five-minute overview, Larry Becker covers all the reasons why this camera is so powerful.
Even with the dropping prices of DSLRs and the rising appeal of mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras, the so called “bridge” camera is as popular as ever. “Bridge cameras” are big-bodied, big zoom point-and-shoot cameras that have the look and heft of a more expensive and feature-heavy camera but still maintain the simplicity of the standard and compact point-and-shoot cameras.
The Nikon COOLPIX P7700 is the successor to the high end, point-and-shoot P7100, and features several refinements for greater control and imaging capabilities. Much of the technology has been retained from the predecessor, such as the 1/1.7”-sized sensor, large 3.0” articulating LCD monitor, 28-200mm (35mm equivalent) NIKKOR ED lens and full manual controls.
Sony’s newly announced DSC-RX100 is a unique compact camera in design and performance. While it takes on the demeanor of a small, simple-to-use camera, it also provides a great deal of appeal for even the professional photographer.