Nikon CoolPix L820 features a 30x zoom covering 22.5-675mm (equivalent), a 16-megapixel CMOS sensor, and VR technology. It also offers a 3-inch display and runs on AA batteries.
The Nikon COOLPIX L820 sports a high-power 30x zoom, a 16-megapixel CMOS sensor, and VR technology to help keep shots steady. With its super wide-angle lens, covering from wide-angle 22.5mm to super-telephoto 675mm, users have the versatility to capture crisp, vivid images, whether up-close or at a distance. Thanks to a simple and intuitive interface, users can easily access a wide range of features, including Easy Auto Mode and Smart Portrait System, which enable them to enhance their photos with options like Red Eye Fix and Face-Priority AF. Other special effects include Glamour Retouch, Filter Effects and Skin Softening for optimal portrait enhancements.
Canon PowerShot Elph 330 HS now just announced, it is a 12.1 MP Wi-Fi Enabled point and shoot camera, you can take 1080p full HD videos with this camera. ELPH 330 HS digital camera also provides advanced wireless connectivity for easy sharing. Read More »
The Canon PowerShot G15 is a point-and-shoot digital camera. The G15 provides you with any number of options for capturing your vision – from 1080p HD video recording to 10 fps continuous burst shooting to numerous shooting modes. The PowerShot G15 also features a 5x optical zoom 28-140mm f/1.8-2.8 lens. The camera’s 12.1MP CMOS sensor works together with the DIGIC 5 image processor. It was successor by Canon G16 in 2013.
Canon PowerShot N is a compact camera designed specifically as a smartphone companion for the Instagram generation. The N is built around a tilting touch-screen, and its round-lens zoom controller and shutter release are designed to make it behave identically whether held right-way-up or upside-down. It offers a ‘Creative Shot’ mode that generates multiple versions of your image, so you get the shot you composed plus five alternatives with different crops and processing effects. To extend its capability beyond that of a smartphone, the N has a 28-224mm equivalent lens and a 12MP CMOS sensor that works with a Digic 5 processor.
Leica Camera presents the Leica V-Lux 4, a digital compact camera that unites a high-performance lens, outstanding imaging quality and superior speed in a compact format. With its wide range of video functions and an impressive list of features, as well as its enormous versatility and very low weight, the new model is an serious alternative to comparable SLR systems. The V-Lux 4 is ideal for shooting landscapes, architecture, sport, travel, portraits or wildlife. Leica V-Lux 4 is the successor of V-Lux 3.
Leica Camera presents the latest model of the successful Leica D-Lux line of compact cameras. The Leica D-Lux 6 allows for the ultimate in creative flexibility, proving to be the ideal companion anytime inspiration arises. Enabling an imaging quality that sets entirely new standards in its class, the Leica D-Lux 6 unites an exceptionally fast lens with a newly developed 1.7″ CMOS image sensor that is particularly large for this compact camera format. Especially suitable for capturing vibrant art, architecture, music, fashion and design scenes, the D-Lux 6 offers a comprehensive range of features including automatic mode, manual setting options and new, Full HD video recording capability.
Canon has refreshed its G-series enthusiast compact with the G15, and created the implausible SX50 HS. The G15 is a successor to the G12 and is built around a 12MP, 1/1.7″ CMOS sensor. Its lens also gets an upgrade – retaining its 28-140mm range but now with a maximum aperture of F1.8-2.8. It loses the G12’s articulated screen but gains a higher-resolution, 920k dot panel. Meanwhile the SX50 HS features a remarkable 24-1200mm equivalent 50x zoom, thanks to its smaller 1/2.3″ CMOS sensor.
Here is the ISO test for Canon G1 X, Sony RX100, Panasonic Lumix LX7, Olympus XZ-1, Samsung EX1.
Canon G1 X:
The Nikon Coolpix S800c is the first compact camera from a major manufacturer to openly use the Android mobile operating system. On one side it’s a 16MP BSI-CMOS compact camera with a 10x, 25-250mm lens built in, on the other it’s a 3.5″ OLED touchscreen device running Android 2.3 (Gingerbread). We’ve had an opportuinity to use a pre-production camera and have prepared an overview of the first real compact camera/smartphone hybrid.