Olympus OM-D E-M5 Review

The Olympus OM-D E-M5 camera is a Micro Four Thirds camera expressly designed to bridge the gap between point-and-shoot cameras and full-size DSLR cameras. It is aimed at serious enthusiasts: it offers much higher performance and control than point-and-shoot cameras, but is not intended to be a professional camera.

Fujifilm X10 Review

When you first look at the Fuji X10 nothing remarkable really jumps out at you. The simple, elegant and retro design causes to camera to look as though it has jumped straight out of the 1950’s when portable camera use really took a hold of the masses. Priced at around $450-$550 across the internet, the Fuji X10 is encroaching upon a high end portable camera price tag

Sigma 18-50 f/2.8 EX DC(Image courtesy of Sigma Corp. of America)

The Sigma 18-50 f/2.8 EX DC Lens In Focus

Sigma’s 18-50mm f/2.8 EX DC lens targets the higher end of the market – with features such as a constant maximum aperture throughout the zoom range, internal focusing and high grade optics. Mitch Schlesinger gives us a review of this standard zoom lens.

Ricoh Caplio R1V

Ricoh Caplio R1V Review

We take a look at the Ricoh Caplio R1V a 4.8x optical zoom camera with a 5 megapixel sensor and blistering operating speeds. With a compact form factor and scene modes, the R1V appears to be targeted towards the mainstream consumer category – though it does have more “pro” features.

The Canon PowerShot Pro1

Canon PowerShot Pro1 Review

With features such as a 28-200mm L-series zoom lens and an 8 megapixel sensor, Canon is evidently aiming to capture some of the SLR market share with the Canon Powershot Pro1. It offers almost everything a user could want in one package. Read our detailed review to see how it rates.