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Panasonic’s TZ200 Puts a Really Big Zoom in a Little Camera

The photos from most smartphones have gotten so good nowadays, they have basically killed the market for point-and-shoot cameras. That said sometimes you need a zoom. For people wanting to push image quality a little higher, there’s still value in a small, compact camera with a (relatively) big sensor and a long reach. Read More >>

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Panasonic’s New Compact Camera Looks Like the Best, But a Whole Lot Cheaper

Once upon a time Panasonic was among the champs when it came to “step-up cameras”—the high-quality point and shoots that bridged the gap between cheap cameras and pricey DSLRs. But over the last few years, Sony’s RX100 series cameras have taken the crown thanks to a tiny camera body, excellent image quality, and fancy features like a high-speed lens and the ability to shoot high-quality video. The new Lumix LX10 looks like a welcome return to form for Panasonic—aping the RX100's best features and knocking a few hundred off the price. Read More >>

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Canon G9X and G5X: High Performance Compacts For Every Pocket Size

Canon’s G line of cameras are meant to offer better quality and controls than typical cheapo point and shoots. With two new members of the family, the G9X and the G5X, you have a whole lot of options, depending just how much camera you want to carry. Read More >>

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Panasonic Lumix LX7 Review: A Lovely Point-and-Shoot For Control Freaks

Anyone in the market for a top point-and-shoot camera is probably deciding between Canon's S100 and Sony's RX100. But Panasonic is back in the game with the Lumix LX7, a sequel to one of the top shooters of 2010, the wildly popular LX5. Does Panasonic's latest have what it takes to beat these pocket titans? Read More >>