Reviewed by Terry Lane This is a return to the good old days of brilliant, beautifully made prime lenses.
Reviewed by Terry Lane Olympus has secured its place in the top echelon of compact cameras with the XZ-2.
Imaging This is Olympus imaging at its consistent best. The touch-sensitive Super Control Panel is brilliant.
Imaging The E-PL3 has the capacity to tell the story of a grandmother's life.
Liam McCabe The TG-1 is the best all-around tough-cam right now.
Imaging Olympus now has an indestructible camera able to mix it with the best from Canon, Nikon and Panasonic
Reviewed by Terry Lane The image quality from this lens is outstanding, whether used as a close-up or as a medium telephoto.
This is the digital camera Olympus should have made on day one - a true successor to the range of OM 35mm cameras.
Imaging For anyone planning on snorkelling on the Great Barrier Reef, this camera should top the shopping list.
Terry Lane This 12-megapixel DSLR is the latest iteration of the Olympus Four Thirds system. It has the effective supersonic sensor dust removal system and image stabilisation by sensor shift that we now expect...
We've already rounded up the top smartphone cameras, but are they good enough to replace your point-and-shoot digital camera? Jenneth Orantia finds out.
Imaging The Olympus Pen E-P5 compact system camera is certainly worth waiting for.
Imaging The snappers have embraced the smartphone but the ambitious are sticking with their DSLRs.
Reviewed by Terry Lane For anyone wanting a moderately wide-angle lens for occasional use, the Sigma fits the bill.
Imaging We suspect the scene feature is the least-used function on digital cameras.
Reviewed by Terry Lane This 14-megapixel compact system camera is one of the sweetest cameras around.
Imaging Taking great shots with a DSLR relies on understanding what that means.
Hiroshi Hiyama The soaring popularity of smartphones is crushing demand for point-and-shoot cameras, analysts say.
Imaging The European judges and I know a decent camera when we use one.
Terry Lane We liked the D10 very much and we like the D20 even more, although we wish Canon had kept the World War III ''army surplus'' look of the old camera.