The key feature of the Samsung MV800 is of course its tilting screen, which makes it one of the only compact cameras to feature an adjustable screen, especially at this price point.
The Fujifilm Finepix X10 boasts a retro styled metal body with a 2/3inch EXR CMOS sensor and a 4x zoom lens. It’s the baby brother of the Fujifilm X100 but does it live up to it’s big brother’s reputation?
The Canon SX40HS has plenty of mega pixels and a brilliant system for bringing out blue skies plus HD video with stereo sound too. Lots of goodies in one small package. However I do have one or two issues.
Canon introduced the SX40 in September, at the same time as the compact PowerShot S100. The SX40 is one of a new generation of Canon cameras to be equipped with the fast Digic 5 processor.
The second generation Sony NEX-5N sits in the middle of a revamped NEX compact system camera (CSC) range, just above the NEX-C3, with which it shares a 16.1MP effective resolution, and some way below the 24.3MP effective NEX-7.
Get to grips with the new Sony Nex-5N DSLR compact digital camera, featuring interchangeable lenses, full HD video and a 16.1 megapixel sensor.
Deciding which compact camera to buy can be confusing and finding your way through the maze of megapixels, zooms, lenses and features is tough. But here’s a helping hand.
Released in August, the Nikon Coolpix S4150 is a mid priced compact in the Coolpix range, with a 3 inch, 460k-dot touch control LCD screen, 14 megapixel CCD image sensor and NIKKOR wide-angle 5x zoom lens.
Nikon have launched a revolutionary and innovative range of digital cameras, the Nikon 1 range featuring mirrorless technology and groundbreaking shooting modes.
The Nikon Coolpix S9100 can produce excellent quality images in a wide range of conditions, making it an ideal point and shoot camera for those who travel frequently and will make good use of the extended zoom range. Read more in our expert review.