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Duncan Evans reviews the hybrid Samsung NX100, a compact body with SLR lens performance.

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Samsung adds another mirrorless system camera to their product range, the NX100. Coupled with the 20-50mm zoom lens, it is due to hit the shops at 429 and is previewed here by Will Cheung, along with exclusive pictures!

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The latest arrival on the system camera scene is the Sony NEX-3. It is on test here with Will Cheung.

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A compact Micro Four Thirds lens compatible SLR-styled camera sporting a 12.1 megapixel Live-MOS sensor, built in EVF and swiveling LCD screen.

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Micro Four Thirds is proving itself a worthy adversary to APS-C sensor DSLRs and Panasonic are still on the offensive with the Lumix DMC-G10.

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The Samsung NX10 is the company's answer to the Micro Four Thirds system and it is up against stiff competition from Olympus and Panasonic. Will Cheung tests it out.

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With new user friendly features, such as a dedicated video recording button and a built-in flash along with a nice 540 price tag, the Olympus E-PL1 will tempt a wider market to Micro Four Thirds.

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The Panasonic GF1 is the current champion of retro-looking Micro FourThirds cameras. Olympus want to challenge that title with the brand new E-P2 digital Pen. Sporting new Art filters, i-Enhance system and AF tracking, we find out if the extra 200 is well spent.

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FourThirds Showdown: Micro FourThirds has been welcomed by enthusiasts due to its compact build and DSLR sensor. The Olympus E-P1 and Panasonic GF1 are two retro looking models that offer many artistic features.

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Leica once again come up smelling of roses with the M9. A full-frame rangefinder that even they thought couldn't be built.

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The Panasonic GF-1 might be small and pocket-sized but with its large sensor and interchangeable lenses it packs the punch of a DSLR

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Panasonic went to Berlin to launch the Lumix DMC-GF1 and ePHOTOzine was there to see it.

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