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Nikon COOLPIX L32

The phrase "you get what you pay for" certainly applies to cameras, and the $120 Nikon Coolpix L32 budget cam is no exception. The basic camera might be suited for some, but as with any budget model, proceed with extreme caution.The L32 ...

Grade: C+ Price: $97.00

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Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-W810

Fewer manufacturers are spending time on developing point-and-shoots, especially sub-$100 budget compacts. Sony has continued to offer a handful of models and the W810 comes in as their most budget freindly for 2014. The saying you get what you pa...

Grade: B Price: $98.00

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Fujifilm FinePix AX660

A no-frills budget camera, the Fujfilm FinePix AX660 is priced under $100 and still offers HD video and a nice 2.7" LCD screen. The cameras uses a 1/2.3" sensor, so the resolution shouldn't be too bad, but, like other budget models, ...

Grade: B- Price: $95.00

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Nikon COOLPIX S5300

While camera manufacturers have devoted a lot of attention to advanced models, there's still a place in the market for compact, point-and-shoot cameras. The Nikon S5300 is one of those cameras. Featuring convenience features like wi-fi, it als...

Grade: B Price: $92.00

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Nikon COOLPIX S3600

Nikon's cheapest Coolpix S-line camera for 2014 still keeps the 1/2.3" sensor, though it switches over to a CCD style. It sports a nice 8x optical zoom with vibration reduction, though doesn't offer wi-fi at this price and has a small...

Grade: B+ Price: $90.00

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Nikon COOLPIX L30

We're pleased to see that Nikon is sticking with a 1/2.3" size sensor with their budget models, instead of shrinking it down to hit the right price point. What you will sacrifice for this price is speed, with just a 1.1 fps burst mode, th...

Grade: C+ Price: $87.00

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Samsung Galaxy Camera 2

Samsung has made a few updates to their connected compact, the Galaxy Camera, with the introduction of the aptly named Galaxy Camera 2. The most notable is a better processor, which should help boost the image quality some. It's also sporting a ne...

Grade: B+ Price: $0.00

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Samsung NX30

With over a year since Samsung's introduction of the NX20, the 2013 top-of-the-line mirrorless NX30 sees quite a few improvements. There are plenty of advanced features on the NX30, so many that it's difficult to choose which ones to highlight. Wh...

Grade: A- Price: $0.00

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Nikon COOLPIX S3500

The Nikon S3500 adds another four megapixels to the previous model, but doesn't upgrade the CCD sensor size. Regardless, the 20.1 megapixel camera with a 7x zoom is still a decent choice for a a smaller, more affordable point-and-shoot. Nikon ...

Grade: B+ Price: $100.00

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Canon PowerShot ELPH 115

As far as budget models go, Canon seems to have found a nice balance between price and quality with the ELPH 115. The ELPH 115 uses a 16 megapixel 1/2.3" CCD that produces some pretty decent images and video considering the price tag. There are so...

Grade: A- Price: $89.00

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Sigma SD1m

The SD1m has no changes from the original SD1, it is simply being re-branded alongside the new DP1m and DP2m. The original SD1 was announced at a ludicrous price and the new model brings the price down to just over $2000. It still has the same slo...

Grade: B Price: $0.00

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Sigma DP2m

Sigma's DP1 was one of the first large-sensor compact cameras to hit the market, about a year ahead of the start of the mirrorless craze. The DP1m and DP2m finally exchange that initial 4.7 megapixel Foveon sensor, which had been used in the DP1, ...

Grade: B Price: $0.00

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Sigma DP1m

Sigma's DP1 was one of the first large-sensor compact cameras to hit the market, about a year ahead of the start of the mirrorless craze. The DP1m and DP2m finally exchange that initial 4.7 megapixel Foveon sensor, which had been used in the DP1, ...

Grade: B Price: $0.00

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Kodak EasyShare M750

A basic and inexpensive compact camera, this is most likely one of the last cameras Kodak will release following their bankruptcy and sale of the camera division. It's a no-frills model with a 16 megapixel sensor, 5x zoom, 720p video, and WiFi...

Grade: B Price: $0.00

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Kodak EasyShare C135

Most likely the cheapest waterproof camera on the market, the C135 cuts corners wherever possible to keep costs low. There's no optical zoom at all, so you're stuck using a 35mm equivalent no matter what. The 2.4-inch LCD is pretty poor qu...

Grade: B- Price: $0.00

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Casio EX-ZS12

The ZS12 and ZS6 were announced at the same time, yet thus far we haven't been able to discern a difference between the two. Both are pretty straightforward point and shoots with 5x zoom and 720p HD video. Hopefully more information will leak soon...

Grade: B Price: $0.00

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Casio EX-ZS6

The ZS12 and ZS6 were announced at the same time, yet thus far we haven't been able to discern a difference between the two. Both are pretty straightforward point and shoots with 5x zoom and 720p HD video. Hopefully more information will leak soon...

Grade: B Price: $0.00

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Casio EX-ZS150

The ZS150 features a 16 megapixel sensor, 12.5x zoom, and 720p video recording. The main difference between this model and the cheaper ZS100 is the sensor; the ZS100 uses a 14 megapixel sensor. There's very little information on either of these mo...

Grade: B Price: $0.00

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Kodak EasyShare Z5120

A bit of a unique camera, the Z5120 has an impressive 26x zoom, fast f2.8 lens at the wide end, and 720p video recording. Kodak has even included manual modes. This is an unbeatable feature set for the price, but image quality is an unknown so far...

Grade: B+ Price: $0.00

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Casio EX-ZR15

A truly incremental upgrade, the ZR15 is exactly the same as its predecessor but now includes a 16 megapixel sensor rather than 12. The 7x zoom range, 1080p recording and high-speed video at lowered resolution, and even body remain unchanged. It d...

Grade: B Price: $0.00

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Casio EX-ZS100

The ZS100 features a 14 megapixel sensor, 12.5x zoom, and 720p video recording. The main difference between this model and the more expensive ZS150 is the sensor; the ZS150 uses a 16 megapixel sensor. There's very little information on either of t...

Grade: B- Price: $0.00

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Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W620

The W-series has done really well in the past couple years, blending a diminutive size with stylish brushed-metal body and snappy performance. The W620 comes in at $10 more than the W610, yet we aren't sure that's money well-spent. The zoom gets a...

Grade: B Price: $95.00

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Kodak EasyShare Z5010

The Z5010 has an impressive 21x optical zoom yet otherwise is a letdown. Reviews note noisy photos in even the best conditions and poor, choppy video quality. It's also slow to turn on and bulkier than it needs to be. There's little, other...

Grade: B- Price: $0.00

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Casio EX-ZR200

We reviewed the ZR100 back in the summer of 2011 and had generally positive things to say. While it did little to separate itself from the competition, it performed well enough to come recommended. The ZR200 upgrades the sensor to 16 megapixels bu...

Grade: B Price: $0.00

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Lytro Light Field 8 GB

Lytro took the photography world by storm with the announcement of its Light Field cameras that, with the help of a new light capturing process, can actually be refocused after an image has been taken. The image is made with all the necessary soft...

Grade: B- Price: $74.00

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Lytro Light Field 16 GB

Lytro took the photography world by storm with the announcement of its Light Field cameras that, with the help of a new light capturing process, can actually be refocused after an image has been taken. The image is made with all the necessary soft...

Grade: B- Price: $0.00

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Kodak Easyshare Touch M5370

Kodak's M5370, with a 16 megapixel sensor and 3-inch touchscreen, certainly sounds like a great bargain for under $100. Image quality is alright if not great, but initial reports complain about the camera's responsiveness. The camera takes...

Grade: B- Price: $0.00

Canon EOS 9D

The Canon EOS 9D has never officially been announced. This has been a rumored product for several years but has never materialized. The original rumored specs in 2008 were similar to the camera that became the 5D Mk. II. Rumors have continued to f...

Grade: B- Price: $0.00

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Kodak EasyShare M583

The M583 seems like a solid mid-zoom point-and-shoot. Last year's M580 was a commendable camera, mainly because it had such a long (8x) zoom at a low price; this most recent model doesn't really offer anything new, but you can't mess w...

Grade: B+ Price: $0.00

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Casio Tryx

The Casio TRYX could end up being a total flop, but we'd still admire Casio's stones for releasing such a wacky camera. Certain aspects remind us of a pocket camcorder (1080p shooting, no optical zoom), other features are clearly digicam-o...

Grade: B+ Price: $0.00