Compact camera reviews by Amateur Photographer, featuring compact camera tests and specifications

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Nine months on from its ‘noisy’ predecessor, the CX2, Ricoh’s CX3 turns its attention to noise reduction

£299.99

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Canon launches its new low-light-capable HS system with the ten-million-pixel IXUS 300 HS

£379.99

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Featuring a 14.2-million-pixel APS-C-size sensor, the Sony NEX-5 is the smallest micro-system camera yet. Is it a miniature marvel? We find out in our Sony NEX-5 review

£560.00

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Canon’s stylish 14.1-million-pixel IXUS 210 has a huge 3.5in touchscreen and a host of great features

£349.99

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The Casio Exilim EX-FH100 can shoot up to 30 nine-million-pixel images at 40fps, has a wideangle-to-telephoto lens, a 35mm focal length equivalence of 24-240mm, a backlit CMOS sensor to help…

£299.99

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A compact camera from a prestige brand such as Leica always attracts attention, yet its APS-C-format sensor makes the X1 even more enticing. We review the Leica X1...

£1,395.00

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Thanks to its twin lens and sensor arrangement, Fujifilm’s FinePix REAL 3D W1 makes taking 3D images easier than ever before, so perhaps it is time to capture the third…

£400.00

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Unconventional and completely new, the Ricoh GXR camera system may change the way we think about the relationship between cameras and sensors. Richard Sibley examines the new system

£750.00

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With full manual exposure control and the ability to save images as raw files, the Canon PowerShot S90 may be the perfect compact camera for the demanding enthusiast photographer

£380.00

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Damien Demolder tries to look beyond the wow factor of Nikon’s newest compact camera that can project images to 40in across a wall

£399.99

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