Reviewed by Terry Lane This is an outstanding camera and a pleasure to use, easily taking its place alongside the top compacts.
Reviewed by Terry Lane This 16-megapixel camera is an upgrade of the K5 with a new sensor and autofocus improvements.
Terry Lane We've said it before and we will no doubt say it again: Pentax DSLRs are designed by photographers, not marketing departments.
Imaging This is a perplexing camera. The point of the compact-system category is to get DSLR image quality in a smaller body.
Terry Lane The features list on this camera puts its competitors to shame. No one else has anything like the HDR expander and the ability to record RAW files in Adobe's universal DNG format is a boon.
Terry Lane The camera continues the Pentax style of no-nonsense SLRs and there are no gimmicky concessions to customers moving up from compact cameras.
Imaging In this market segment there are no bad cameras and the 70D is a delight to use.
Imaging This lens could be considered an alternative to a kit lens - buy the camera body and the lens separately.
Imaging Why would you head off on the journey of a lifetime without the foggiest idea of how the camera works?
Terry Lane The Nikon D800 full-frame digital single lens reflex is the camera of the year.
Imaging Disdaining convention, he wanted every photo to be a masterpiece.
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.
Imaging The Digital Show has its finger on the pulse, writes Terry Lane.
Imaging Supply may not always meet demand but open days make the wait bearable.
Imaging SO MANY people buy their cameras online from foreign retailers that one Sydney camera store now charges tyre kickers an ''explanation fee''; if you want to handle the camera and have a salesperson...
Terry Lane Light-receptor density affects image quality greatly but can add bulk.
Imaging The low-down: This camera replaces the NEX-5, with a few changes. It is smaller than its predecessor, which makes the lens appear even larger in comparison with the body.
Full-frame cameras with more receptors aren't always best, writes Terry Lane.
The latest generation of cameras have all manner of colourful and mind-blowing features, from built-in projectors to smile-activated shutters and touch screens. So which one do you choose?