Ever since the release of the ELPH, Canon has been at the forefront of compact camera design. So when Sony released its fantastic RX100, you just knew Canon would have a response. Well, it's here, and it's called the Canon Powershot G7 X Camera. Like the aforementioned Sony, this pint-sized powerhouse features a 20 megapixel, 1-inch sensor, as well as a 24-100mm, f1.8/2.8 lens, a built-in ND filter, 1080/60p video recording, built-in Wi-Fi and NFC, the DIGIC 6 image processor, a tilting, 3-inch touchscreen, high-speed AF, intelligent image stabilization, and an impossibly small body that's four inches wide, just over an inch and a half deep and under two and a half inches tall, or far smaller than you'd expect for the images it puts out.
For those that have been waiting for a true D700 replacement, it's been a rough six years — but your wait is finally over. The Nikon D750 meets the pro-caliber D810 and the enthusiast D610 squarely in the middle, offering features like an advanced 51-point AF system, the 3D Color Matrix Meter III for enhanced accuracy, a tilting 3.2-inch LCD screen that's ideal for shooting video from waist level or from a tripod, and a new 24.3 megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor with outstanding low-light capability. Other features include an Expeed 4 image processor for great performance and burst ability of 6.5 fps, Full HD video capture, dual SD card slots, a sealed body for protection against dust and moisture, and built-in Wi-Fi for remote capture and for instant sharing.
We love the sensor in the X100T — but sometimes you just need to be able to swap out lenses. The Fujifilm X-T1 Graphite Silver Edition Camera lets you do just that. Powered by the same APS-C-sized, 16 megapixel X-Trans sensor as the aforementioned shooter, the X-T1 add in a full magnesium body and weather-resistant design, a new high-resolution OLED multi-mode viewfinder, plenty of control dials for manual operation, built-in Wi-Fi for wireless remote control and image transfer, and compatibility with the whole family of XF lenses. And don't worry if silver isn't your bag — you can always pick up a plain black model for $200 less.