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Review: Mini review: Sony HDR-AZ1VR

How it works The AZ1VR is really neat and simple to use. You fix the camera to your helmet (or handlebars, or surfboard), strap the remote to your wrist, make a few camera set-up adjustments, hit Record… and go! Best action cams Best GoPro accessories Camera reviews and news

Review: Nikon Coolpix S32

Overview, Build Quality and Handling Rarely does a budget compact camera offer much fun, but the Coolpix S32 is a little bit special. Where many £100/$ 130 cameras have limited talents, this Nikon manages to be dustproof, waterproof to 10m/33ft and it’ll survive drops from up to 1.5m/5ft. The

Review: Nikon Coolpix S3600

Overview, Build Quality and Handling The S3600 is Nikon’s entry-level offering in its super-slim Coolpix Style range. It replaces the popular S3500, but you’ll have a tough job telling the two apart. The S3600 has the same 20.1-megapixel resolution and ISO80-3200 sensitivity range as its predecessor. It’ll also shoot

Review: Sony Cyber-shot W800

Overview, Build Quality and Handling The W800 is Sony’s entry level Cyber-shot compact camera, but despite the low price, it still packs a 20.1-megapixel CCD sensor with a sensitivity range of ISO100-3200, as well as HD 720p video recording. Up front is a 5x optical zoom lens with a

Review: Updated: Presto

Introduction and design Update: With the arrival of Television programming to the Presto lineup (albeit for an additional fee), plus the arrival of Stan and the imminent launch of Netflix, we’ve reassessed the VOD platform and updated our review. The launch of Foxtel’s Presto platform last year was widely

Review: Panasonic GF7

Introduction Panasonic’s GF series compact system cameras are aimed at novice photographers, but since the introduction of the super-small Panasonic GM series, the GF range has taken a bit of a back seat. But now Panasonic has refreshed the GF series with the GF7, which the company says is

Review: Lytro Illum

Introduction and features Like Lytro’s original Light Field Camera, the Illum is able to produce ‘living images’ which allow the user to shift the point of focus after the shot has been taken. It sounds incredible, but out of focus parts of the image really do become sharp before

Review: Lomography Lomo’Instant

How it works "Digital is boring," says Lomography, and Lomo cameras have certainly proven very popular in the past couple of years, bringing retro, analogue cameras back into fashion. Now the company has produced its first instant camera, funded by a Kickstarter campaign, and which uses Fuji’s Instax mini