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Enthusiasts will like the manual controls on Canon’s high-spec S95 compact camera, but will these changes persuade them to upgrade their current model? We find out

£399.00

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Panasonic’s Lumix DMC-LX5 features an improved sensor design and an increase in zoom magnification. Richard Sibley finds out whether the improvements make it the perfect compact camera

£449.99

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With the widest maximum aperture on the compact camera market and a set of features to rival a DSLR, Samsung’s EX1 wants to be the best enthusiast compact around.

£399.00

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Panasonic’s TZ Lumix travecompacts have always offered impressive zoom lenses and high resolution, and now the latest modecomes with GPS. We put the DMC-TZ10 to the test

£329.99

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Falling prices mean it might not be too long before medium-format photography is back on the agenda for enthusiasts, but what can we expect from a digital medium-format camera?

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

£379.99

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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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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 EOS-1D Mark III failed to impress some professional photographers, but perhaps the new 16.1-million-pixel Canon EOS-1D Mark IV version will regain their confidence

£3,740.00

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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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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

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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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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Could a small, mirrorless camera that features a 14.6-million-pixel APS-C-sized sensor give the Micro Four Thirds format a run for its money? We find out

£599.99

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Given its ‘baby EOS 7D’ credentials, the 18-million-pixel, video-enabled Canon EOS 550D could be the perfect choice for the enthusiast on a budget. We put it to the test

£750.00

As a pared-down version of the Alpha 550, is Sony’s latest DSLR, the Alpha 450, the right choice for enthusiast photographers on a budget? Find out in our Sony Alpha

£440.00

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