Site Usage Tips
Camera Search Tips
Looking for a camera with specific features?
Then go to the Camera Finder By Features. You can specify the type of camera you are looking for, how many megapixels and search for cameras with stabilization, manual-controls, custom-white-balance, HD video, GPS. a hot-shoe and more.
Searching for a camera that matches specifications?
Use the Camera Finder By Specifications for this. There over 40 criteria which can be searched for: Brand, Maximum ISO, Focal-Length, LCD Size, Viewfinder Type, Camera Weight, RAW & DNG support, and a lot more.
Popular Camera Searches
Comparing Cameras & Lenses
The Camera Bag can store cameras and lenses while you browse around. Each time a camera or lens is interesting, click on the Star icon next to the model name to place it in the bag. On nearly every page, the camera bag is accessible so that you can see what you have accumulated.
Click on a model's name to jump to its specification page or on the X next to it when an item is no longer needed because you found something better. The Camera Bag has dynamic tools which include a way to compare cameras or lenses side-by-side. Just click on the button to see a comparison table.
Lens Search Tips
Looking for a specific type of lens for your DSLR?
Then go to the Lens Finder By Features. Start by at least specifying the mount and the minimum crop-factor needed by your DSLR. Select the Zoom icon to specify a range of focal-lengths you want covered or the Prime icon to find a prime that falls between set focal-lengths. Click on more icons to specify other features such as Stabilization, Macro and Weatherproofing.
Searching for a lens to satisfy certain specifications?
Use the Lens Finder By Specifications for this. Specify as many as 25 specifications and Neocamera will find all lenses that match or exceed them. Use this to specify magnification, minimum focus distance, filter-size, zoom and focus mechanisms, size, weight and more.
Nikon D810 Review
Professional DSLR with anti-alias-filter-free 36 MP CMOS sensor. Ultra-low ISO 32 to 51200. 5 FPS and 1080p @ 60 FPS. Large 0.7X magnification 100% coverage OVF. All new processing-pipeline and Highlight-Weighed metering.
Fuji X-T1 Photographer Experience
Photographer Experience report on using the Fuji X-T1 along with the Fujinon XF18-135mm F/3.5-5.6R LM OIS WR and Fujinon XF10-24mm F/4R OIS lenses.
Olympus Stylus 1 Review
Premium compact with bright F/2.8 constant aperture stabilized 10.7X wide-angle optical zoom lens. Full manual-controls with dual control-dials, plus a huge 1.15X EVF with 1.4 MP and an Eye-Start sensor. 3-Stop ND-Filter and WiFi built-in.
Canon Rebel SL1 Review
The smallest DSLR yet packs a 18 megapixels APS-C CMOS sensor with hybrid Phase-Detect and Contrast-Detect AF. Captures images at 4 FPS and 1080p HD video.
Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Carbon 2014 Review
The lightest 14" ultra-book features a high-resolution 2560x1440 QHD non-glare display in a carbon-fiber body with illuminated and spill-proof keyboard. WiFi, WiDi, 4G and Gigabit Ethernet all in one sleek design.
Nikon D4s Review
All-new Nikon flagship professional DSLR with a 16 MP sensor capable for ISO 50-409,600, 11 FPS continuous drive for 200 JPEG or 78 RAW, full 1080p HD @ 60 FPS with clean HDMI out, Time-Lapse Video, Interval Timer. Built-in HTTP and FTP servers, plus Gigabit Ethernet and more.
Nikon D3300 Review
The newest entry-level Nikon DSLR features a 24 MP APS-C CMOS sensor without Anti-Alias filter. 5 FPS Drive, full 1080p HD and 11-point Phase-Detect AF in a simple and compact body.
Olympus OM-D E-M1 Review
16 MP Micro Four-Thirds mirrorless without anti-alias filter. Built-in 5-Axis stabilization and 37-point Phase-Detect AF. 10 FPS drive plus full 1080p HD. Freezeproof body with dual control-dials, a 2.4 MP EVF and 3" tilting touchscreen LCD.