• Ricoh CX5 review

    Ricoh CX5 review

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

  • Olympus XZ-1 review

    Olympus XZ-1 review

    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

  • Olympus Pen E-PL2 review

    Olympus Pen E-PL2 review

    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

  • Sony Alpha 580 review

    Sony Alpha 580 review

    With the focus on Sony’s SLT technology-wielding Alpha 33 and 55 cameras, have we all been passing over a perfectly capable DSLR? Sony offers up the Alpha 580 for your consideration

  • Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH2 review

    Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH2 review

    Featuring a brand new sensor capable of producing 16.05-million-pixel images, could the GH2 be the pinnacle of the Micro Four Thirds system? We find out

  • Nikon S1100pj review

    Nikon S1100pj review

    Tim Coleman finds out how the Nikon Coolpix S1100pj builds on its predecessor, the groundbreaking, projector-wielding S1000pj compact camera

  • Pentax K-r review

    Pentax K-r review

    This new mid-level DSLR offers a highly competitive feature list that will please current Pentax owners and new users alike, but does it have enough clout to ruffle the competition?

  • Canon PowerShot SX30 IS review

    Canon PowerShot SX30 IS review

    With a huge 35x optical zoom lens and 14.1-million-pixel sensor, the Canon PowerShot SX30 IS could be the most exciting bridge camera we’ve ever seen. Richard Sibley finds out just how good it really is

  • Pentax K-5 review

    Pentax K-5 review

    Pentax doubles its DSLR range to four cameras with its new 16.3-million-pixel K-5 flagship model. We find out what it is about the K-5 that justifies this status

  • Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF2 review

    Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF2 review

    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 DMC-GF2 has to offer

  • Olympus E-5 review

    Olympus E-5 review

    We review the Olympus E-5 DSLR, from build and handling to the viewfinder, and give our final verdict on this enthusiast's play toy.

  • Samsung NX100 review

    Samsung NX100 review

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

  • Pentax 645D review

    Pentax 645D review

    It’s a 40-million-pixel, medium-format camera that handles like a DSLR. This digital version of the 645 takes landscape and studio shooting to an advanced level for Pentax users

  • Sony Alpha 55 review

    Sony Alpha 55 review

    Ten frames per second with continuously active AF is no mean feat, especially in a camera costing £700. Whether it is worth the loss of the optical viewfinder is another matter

  • Nikon D7000 review

    Nikon D7000 review

    With its 16.2-million-pixel CMOS sensor, Full 1080p HD video capture and a 2,016-point metering system Nikon’s latest enthusiast DSLR hints at what is to come in its professional DSLRs. Richard Sibley tests the Nikon D7000

  • Canon PowerShot G12 review

    Canon PowerShot G12 review

    One of Canon’s PowerShot G series of compact cameras has won the AP Enthusiast Compact of the Year Award for the past three years. Could the new PowerShot G12 make it four years in a row? Richard Sibley investigates

  • Ricoh CX4 review

    Ricoh CX4 review

    The CX4 brings enhanced image stabilisation and an electronic level to Ricoh’s CX compact cameras

  • Nikon D3100 review

    Nikon D3100 review

    The Nikon D3000, one of 2010’s best-selling cameras, has had a makeover. We put its successor, the Nikon D3100, to the test

  • Canon EOS 60D review

    Canon EOS 60D review

    Canon's latest DSLR features more than just a new sensor. An articulated screen and significant changes to the handling could make the Canon EOS 60D the best-ever enthusiast DSLR. Read the Canon EOS 60D review to find out more