The EOS M3 is strong on specification and has Canon's first 24MP APS-C sensor, but what's it like to use and are the images any good?
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The 83x optical zoom is a world first, but the Nikon P900 also features full manual control, Wi-Fi and an articulating screen.
Fuji's well designed and diminutive XQ2 handles very well and provides a good range of features for both enthusiasts and more casual snappers.
The Panasonic G7 aims to make 4K shooting useful to still photographers as well as videographers.
It's got the feel and control of the X-T1, but with a bit more appeal for novices and a slight smaller body with a more attractive price.
Inside, the 750D and 760D are very similar, and the real differences are on the outside.
The EOS 750D and 760D are much the same under the skin, but while the 760D is aimed at enthusiasts, the 750D keeps things simple.
With a blend of high-tech features and old-school looks, the Nikon J5's charms extend to a greater audience than ever before.
The Panasonic SZ10 has some great features such as a 12x optical zoom and inbuilt Wi-Fi, which should make it a great camera for holidays and family use.