Updated Ticking so many boxes for the first-timer user, is the D3300 the one bargain DSLR that every beginner should consider?
Updated The latest edition of Canon's popular compact is faster, more controllable and delivers great image quality.
Updated It may now be overshadowed by the D500, but if you're looking for a featured-packed DSLR for a good price, the D7200 could be just the answer.
Updated Sony's WX220 offers a lot for its small size, including a 10x optical zoom lens, built-in Wi-Fi and a range of shooting options.
Updated The RX100 IV promises expert features and expert results in a pocket-sized body, but it's not cheap.
Updated Sony has introduced the A7, a full-frame compact system camera. But what else does it offer?
Updated Sony's RX100, the best-selling premium compact camera, has been improved with a better sensor, Wi-Fi, NFC and a tilting screen.
Updated In a declining compact market, camera manufacturers are turning their attentions to producing better image quality in what seems like ever smaller packages.
The Sony HX60V includes an impressive 30x optical zoom in a relatively small body, plus the latest Bionz X processor for better image quality than from the HX50V.
Updated With its one-inch sensor and big zoom range, the Panasonic Lumix ZS100 / TZ100 could be the ideal travel camera.
Updated Sony's A6000 is great for those looking for something like the A7 but can't quite stretch the budget that far.
Updated The Canon IXUS 265 is a good all-round compact camera for those looking for something to slip in a jeans pocket for holidays, nights out and more.
Updated Replaced by both the D3300 and D3400, the D3200 still offers plenty for the new photographer.
Squeezing a 1-inch sensor into a slim body, the G9 X promises real quality but in a pocket-sized camera.
Is this the perfect superzoom travel camera for taking on your holidays? We put the Sony HX90V to the test.
Sony updates its premium bridge camera with a new sensor, performance enhancements and 4K video – but is it still too pricey?
Pentax tries to muscle in on Canon and Nikon's enthusiast DSLR turf with the help of its cutting edge Pixel Shift shooting mode
The S9900W boasts a 50x optical zoom, and the Wi-Fi equipped version enables remote shooting. But it's hardly an evolutionary leap from its predecessor.