Reveiwd by Terry Lane This wonderful 24-megapixel camera is Sony's top full-frame DSLR using SLT technology.
Terry Lane This beautiful camera will gladden the heart of photographers who long for a classic design and feel.
Imaging The Sony RX100 is a game changer, just as the Panasonic LX3 (the LX7 is coming soon) was, forcing other makers to follow suit or be left out.
Imaging This is a beautiful camera, but the beauty is bought at the expense of usability.
Imaging This camera is a mixed bag. In the hand it feels cheap, but the image quality is very good.
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.
Imaging For party snappers posting pictures on Facebook or Flickr, this is good value for money.
This camera should be high on the list of possible buys for anyone with a bagful of Minolta lenses.
Terry Lane This 12-megapixel compact camera is fitted with a 4x Zeiss-branded lens (30-120mm film equivalent). The lens is optically stabilised.
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.
Tim Biggs The new Xbox can collect data on your entertainment use, personal movements, speech and activities and send it back to Microsoft.
David Pogue Flickr has relaunched, but faithful photographers still find fault.
Jenneth Orantia The digital camera is starting to make up ground on the smartphone.
Jenneth Orantia The old ways aren't going to cut it now that you are brandishing state-of-the-art equipment.
Reviewed by Terry Lane This flagship camera is designed with equal emphasis on still and video photography.
Imaging The Olympus Pen E-P5 compact system camera is certainly worth waiting for.
Reviewed by Terry Lane For anyone wanting a moderately wide-angle lens for occasional use, the Sigma fits the bill.
Katherine Rushton The explosive growth of smartphones might spell riches for the companies that make them, but it has pulled the rug from under other technology firms such as Nintendo and Canon.
David Pogue Ever since mobile phone cameras got good enough for everyday snapshots, camera sales have been dropping.
Hiroshi Hiyama The soaring popularity of smartphones is crushing demand for point-and-shoot cameras, analysts say.