Updated Nikon refines its entry-level DSLR proposition once again, with the D3400 featuring a diminutive body, huge battery life and a new kit lens.
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Updated With its one-inch sensor and big zoom range, the Panasonic ZS100 / TZ100 could be the ideal travel camera.
The Lumix G80 picks up where the G7 left off, shunning its low-pass filter and arriving with a better protected, weather-resistant body.
With a spec sheet that puts some high-end DSLRs to shame, the RX100 V is Sony’s most advanced premium compact yet.
The EOS Rebel T6i gives you the control you need plus beginner-friendly options, a vari-angle touchscreen and excellent image quality.
Updated If you're looking for a feature-packed entry-level DSLR at a good price, the Nikon D5300 could just be the answer.
With a 1-inch sensor and 4K video inside a pocket-friendly body, the LX10 / LX15 looks like a serious candidate for the premium compact crown.
Updated Find out if the Nikon D3300 is the best entry-level DSLR you can get right now in our in-depth review.
Updated Canon adds Wi-Fi and NFC connectivity to its latest entry-level DSLR, but not much else.