Compact camera system camera reviews by Amateur Photographer, (also called hybrid cameras and micro four thirds cameras)

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The latest Olympus Pen models are claimed to have the fastest AF of any interchangeable-lens camera. We find out how the new E-P3 handles and if it lives up to…

£799.00

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With the launch of Panasonic’s Lumix DMC-GF3, the company’s smallest interchangeable-lens camera just got even more compact and lighter while maintaining a strong set of features. Surely there has to…

£420.00

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Sony’s new 16.2-million-pixel NEX-C3 may be the smallest compact system camera available, but is that the only improvement on the original NEX-3? We find out

£630.00

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With its 15.8-million-pixel sensor, improved AF system and a smaller body than its predecessor, the Panasonic G3 could be the upgrade that micro four thirds users have been waiting for.…

£629.99

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Samsung’s award-winning NX10 compact system camera has been updated. We look at the improvements made in the NX11

£499.99

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This affordable pocket point-and-shoot model features a range of auto functions for easy shooting

£170.00

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It looks like a classic rangefinder, yet it features Fujifilm’s latest EXR technology and, controversially, a fixed-focus, non-interchangeable lens. So has the FinePix X100 really been worth the wait? We…

£999.00

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This compact camera with hybrid AF is claimed to focus in 0.2 seconds. Tim Coleman tests that claim in our Ricoh CX5 review

£259.99

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With an f/1.8 Zuiko lens, raw shooting and a 10-million-pixel sensor, the Olympus XZ-1 looks like it will give the Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX5 a run for its money

£399.99

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Behind its simple looks and clean lines, the Olympus Pen E-PL2 compact system camera hides a number of DSLR-worthy features. Richard Sibley tests the 12.3MP, micro four thirds camera

£529.99

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The GF2 is Panasonic’s smallest and lightest compact system camera, yet it has some of the most advanced features on the market. Mat Gallagher discovers just what the Panasonic Lumix…

£630.00

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Samsung’s NX100 is impressively compact and stylish, while maintaining the APS-C-size sensor found in the NX10

£449.99

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It shares much with the new Lumix DMC-G2, but its pared-down spec means that Panasonic’s Lumix DMC-G10 could be the most attractive Micro System Camera for enthusiasts on a budget…

£455.00

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A 30x zoom range, DSLR-style handling, tilting LCD screen, a clever tourist-removing mode and a sub-£400 price tag make the Fujifilm FinePix HS10 an interesting proposition

£375.00

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Intended to compete with the Canon PowerShot G11, the latest Ricoh GXR camera unit, the P10, has a versatile 28-300mm lens and a ten-million-pixel sensor. We put it to the…

£499.99

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Touchscreen technology seems to be all the rage, but does it work in a Micro Four Thirds camera? Richard Sibley reviews the Panasonic Lumix DMC-G2 and finds out

£549.00

Beneath the retro styling of the Olympus Pen E-PL1 is a new Live Guide designed to aid beginners, but does it make photography any easier? We put it to the…

£550.00

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Wasting no time at all, Olympus has updated its Pen E-P1 camera just five months after it was released. Richard Sibley tests the Olympus Pen E-P2 to find out what…

£895.00

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