Imaging Improvements to digital cameras have been small and incremental - but that's not a bad thing.
Imaging Melbourne has a new outlet for these boutique German cameras.
Imaging What is micro four-thirds? Or mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras?
Jenneth Orantia compares three compact digital cameras.
Imaging Despite dismal news for camera retail trade, the Ted's chain is investing more in its stores.
Reviewed by Terry Lane For the point-and-shooter who wants more control over functions, this bridge camera does a good job.
Terry Lane Our photo book of the year is the biography of the colossus of the Leica, Henri Cartier-Bresson.
Imaging Disdaining convention, he wanted every photo to be a masterpiece.
Stan Schroeder Apple's senior vice president of industrial design, Sir Jonathan Ive, will design a limited version of the Leica M camera, company owner Andreas Kaufmann announced at a special event in Cologne,...
Imaging Panasonic invented this category and it is still the one to beat.
Imaging Kodak is no more but other brands are going retro.
Imaging This eye-catching book is a useful start for anyone upgrading from a compact.
Imaging A mirrorless design has led to compact digitals that give professional results, writes Terry Lane.
Terry Lane But weight - there's more. Some gear still has the goods without the bulk.
Imaging The Digital Show has its finger on the pulse, writes Terry Lane.
Terry Lane Taking away the colour from your photos does not require a lot of work.
Terry Lane No doubt many camera shoppers find it hard to comprehend why more megapixels should cost less, because they assume that if less is more, then more must be a great deal more than more.
UNTIL recently, camera phones have been the snapshot camera's poor relation but some have reached the point where they can take serious pictures, even at night.
Terry Lane There has been a quiet clamour for a professional compact. And now we have it. Well, we have two. They are called Micro Four Thirds cameras and both Panasonic and Olympus are making them.