Reviewed by Terry Lane This flagship camera is designed with equal emphasis on still and video photography.
Reviewed by Terry Lane For the point-and-shooter who wants more control over functions, this bridge camera does a good job.
Imaging This camera, with a 12-megapixel sensor, is Panasonic's latest entry model in its micro four thirds interchangeable lens range.
Imaging Panasonic invented this category and it is still the one to beat.
Panasonic has solved the problem of auto-focus speed in a compact camera using the contrast detect method. Images are sharp with excellent contrast. Image quality, in either raw or JPEG, is gorgeous.
Imaging The Olympus Pen E-P5 compact system camera is certainly worth waiting for.
Imaging Do you need two cameras, or can the hybrid Panasonic Lumix GH3 manage to do it all?
Reviewed by Terry Lane For anyone wanting a moderately wide-angle lens for occasional use, the Sigma fits the bill.
Reviewed by Terry Lane This 14-megapixel compact system camera is one of the sweetest cameras around.
Reviewed by Terry Lane This is a return to the good old days of brilliant, beautifully made prime lenses.
Reviewed by Terry Lane The image quality from this lens is outstanding, whether used as a close-up or as a medium telephoto.
Terry Lane Awards for the digital compact of the year, surprise of the year and the toughest camera.
Terry Lane The Nikon D800 full-frame digital single lens reflex is the camera of the year.
Imaging Taking great shots with a DSLR relies on understanding what that means.
Terry Lane Some beautiful examples of interchangeable lens cameras came our way this year.
Imaging When it comes to aspect ratio, stretch out your borders and think widescreen.
Imaging The 510 takes a fundamentally excellent camera and spoils it with an unworkable touchscreen.
Imaging To enjoy three-dimensional images at home, you can go cheap or expensive, writes Terry Lane.
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.