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Cameras & Camcorders
Casio EX-G1

Rugged, heavily armoured cameras are nothing new, but the new Casio EX-G1 has the advantage of being slimmer and lighter than most, while still being able to take the sort of punishment that would leave lesser snappers lying in a pool of their own circuitry on the floor – or at least that what the manufacturer claims. So is this point-and-shoot tough enough? Check out our full Casio EX-G1 review for the definitive answer.

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February 18th, 2010
VholdR Contour HD 1080p

While the Drift Innovation X170 might not be able to handle the vagaries of HD, the VholdR Contour HD 1080p most certainly can. As you might have guessed, the clue’s in the name. But how does this head cam stand up to the competition? Read our complete VholdR Contour HD 1080p review now and find out.

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February 15th, 2010
Drift Innovation X170

It’s all very well breaking out your iPod nano 5G when you want to do a spot of on-the-go movie making. But what if you’re doing something more strenuous than sitting in the pub with your pals? Step forward the Drift Innovation X170. This bad boy works not only as a head cam, but also hooks up to almost any outdoor kit to ensure your home movies aren’t just of you sitting around getting progressively more battered. Read our Drift Innovation X170 to see how it fares.

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February 9th, 2010

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Cameras & Camcorders
Sigma DP2

In a world of flashy, do-it-all digital compact cameras, the Sigma DP2 stands out. With its fixed focal length (i.e. non-zoom) lens, disregard for HD video, small screen and simple styling, it cuts a decidedly old-fashioned figure – but Sigma claims it delivers “all the power of a DSLR” in a compact’s body. Does it live up to this lofty billing? Read on to find out in our full Sigma DP2 review.

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February 4th, 2010

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Cameras & Camcorders
Ricoh GXR

The Ricoh GXR is a totally new kind of compact camera. Big words, true, but there’s really nothing like this modular system available at the lower end of the camera market: you don’t just swap lenses here – you swap entire front sections, including a lens AND a sensor. So does Ricoh’s innovative system really mean more flexibility and better photos than a regular compact or a Micro Four Thirds snapper like the Olympus E-P2? Read our full Ricoh GXR review for the answer.

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February 1st, 2010
Olympus PEN E-P2

Do you well up with emotion remembering the Olympus Pen cameras of the Sixties? Did you fail to buy their digital revival in the shape of the PEN E-P1 about six months ago? No worries – by the time you’ve read our Olympus PEN E-P2 review you could have a twinkle back in your eye again.

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January 20th, 2010
Canon PowerShot G11

The Canon PowerShot G11 is Canon’s top compact camera, designed for seasoned snappers rather than photography greenhorns. Does it offer a top class compact experience or should you just opt for a DSLR instead? Read our full Canon PowerShot G11 review for the full skinny.

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January 18th, 2010
Canon EOS 7D review

The Canon EOS 7D is the latest “prosumer” model in Canon’s DSLR camera range, delivering high end features like 1080p video, 8fps continuous shooting and an 18.1-megapixel sensor in a tough, weatherproof body. So does it give the likes of the Sony A850 and Nikon D300S something to worry about? Read our full Canon EOS 7D review for the answer.

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