Digital camera buyers' guides

  • Digital SLRs that won't break the bank

    Digital SLRs that won't break the bank

    Remember when it was common to drop AU$1,000 on a nice digital point-and-shoot? These days, for around the same outlay, you can pick up a digital SLR camera. 1

  • Compact cameras that shine in the dark

    Compact cameras that shine in the dark

    Snapshot cameras generally don't perform well in low light, but some are better than others. We shed light on some of your options. 2

  • Which T? Choosing the right Sony Cyber-shot ultracompact camera

    Which T? Choosing the right Sony Cyber-shot ultracompact camera

    CNET.com.au provides advice for choosing among Sony's Cyber-shot ultracompact digital camera models.

  • Digital cameras with a twist: LCDs that move, so you don't have to

    Digital cameras with a twist: LCDs that move, so you don't have to

    Digital cameras that can flip, twist and rotate to let you shoot from odd angles.

  • Top camera bags

    Top camera bags

    The best camera bags and backpacks reviewed by CNET's digital photography editors. 2

  •  Best blogging cameras

    Best blogging cameras

    It's never been so easy to share your thoughts with the world on your blog. If you want to add images to your online offering, you'd do worse than considering this clutch of cameras, each with their own blogging speciality.

  • Higher resolutions: 12-megapixel cameras

    Higher resolutions: 12-megapixel cameras

    Cameras might be staying small, but their photos are getting bigger than ever. While once only digital SLRs could hit such high resolutions, now even inch-thick point-and-shoot cameras can reach or surpass 12 megapixels.

  • Father's Day Gift Guide

    Sure, you can always go the tie or cologne route (again), but if you want to really put a smile on Dad's dial, make sure the present he unwraps has tech inside.

  • Digital cameras with 12X zoom: to infinity and beyond

    Digital cameras with 12X zoom: to infinity and beyond

    A large range of focal lengths to zoom through can dramatically increase your framing options, as well as simply make it possible to get recognisable people shots when you're trapped in the crowd, high in the bleacher seats, or at the back of the auditorium. See how these stabilised 12X zoomers stack up.

  • Top ultracompact cameras

    Top ultracompact cameras

    Are they for photography or fashion? CNET.com.au rounds up seven digital cameras that are small in size but don't scrimp on image quality.

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