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


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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...


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...


Our rating:  88%

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


Our rating:  88%

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


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...


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...


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…


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…


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


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…


Our rating:  85%