Compact system camera reviews and specifications (also called hybrid cameras and micro four thirds cameras)

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The Sony NEX-5 is the smallest interchangeable lens system camera on the market, using a new APS HD CMOS sensor. Is the NEX-5 the new king of 'hybrid' cameras? The…

£590.00

Our rating:  90%

The Panasonic G2 adds 720p HD movie capture and touchscreen LCD capabilities. What Digital Camera's Panasonic Lumix G2 review tests out how good the new kit is...

£600.00

Our rating:  87%

Is the new Samsung NX10 the future of Micro System Cameras? The What Digital Camera Samsung NX10 review sees how it stands up against the established Micro Four Thirds system...

£500.00

Our rating:  88%

The PEN series gets smaller and adds a built-in flash with the Olympus E-PL1

£540.00

Our rating:  88%

We pitch the Olympus E-P2 head to head with the Panasonic GF1...

£920.00

Our rating:  88%

The Ricoh GXR 24-72mm f/2.5-4.4 lens unit is the second of Ricoh's current GXR lenses. The What Digital Camera GXR 24-72mm review sees how it shapes up...

£325.00

Our rating:  78%

The Ricoh GXR is an entirely new concept camera with interchangeable all-in-one lens-and-sensor units. What Digital Camera reviews the 50mm f/2.5 macro lens unit...

£600.00

Our rating:  79%

The Panasonic GF1 is the latest in line from Panasonic's G-series - a much-touted Micro Four Thirds system that offers DSLR quality in a compact body. What Digital Camera test…

£783.00

Our rating:  89%

The Olympus E-P1 - the company's first Micro Four Thirds camera, with its design based on the original Olympus PEN. But does the EP1 have the potential to become as…

£699.00

Our rating:  88%

Panasonic Lumix GH1: The Micro Four Thirds System gains a new member, and with an impressive arsenal of video functions it could just be the best yet

£1,299.00

Our rating:  85%

Panasonic Lumix G1 is a Micro Four Thirds DSLR-like camera with interchangeable lens; it's far smaller than a conventional DSLR but has features to fight its corner. So how does…

£550.00

Our rating:  85%