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.
Olympus Professional Lens Roundup
Roundup of Olympus Professional and Premium lenses: M.Zuiko 7-14mm F/2.8 PRO, M.Zuiko 12-40mm F/2.8 PRO, M.Zuiko 40-150mm F/2.8 PRO, M.Zuiko 12mm F/2, M.Zuiko 60mm F/2.8 Macro.
Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II Review
Olympus second generation base OM-D with an anti-alias-filter-free 16 MP Four-Thirds CMOS sensor mounted on a 5-axis in-body stabilization system. Speedy 8.5 FPS drive, full HD @ 60 FPS and a wealth of features in a compact and lightweight body. Offers a 2.4 MP 0.45" EVF with 0.62X magnification and 100% coverage, plus dual control-dials and a highly customizable interface.
Fuji X-Pro2 Review
Fuji flagship XF-mount mirrorless with 24 MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS III sensor. 273-Point AF with 169 Phase-Detect points. 8 FPS Drive, 1080p video. Dual control-dials, direct dials and a hybrid viewfinder in a weather-sealed freezeproof body.
Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS100 Review
The only premium travel-zoom! 20 megapixels 1" high-speed CMOS sensor paired with a stabilized 25-250mm F/2.8-5.9 optical zoom. 50 FPS Drive, 4K Ultra-HD video, 1/16000-60s Hybrid Shutter, Post-Shot Focus, 4K Live-Cropping, Time-Lapse Video and more. Dual control-dials plus a built-in EVF with Eye-Start sensor.
Canon EOS Rebel T6s Review
Newly designed Rebel with dual control-dials and top status LCD. 24 MP APS-C sensor, Hybrid AF III with 19 all-cross points and on-sensor Phase-Detect AF. 5 FPS Drive and full 1080p HD video capture.
Canon Powershot G3 X Review
Ultra-zoom with a 25X optical zoom lens and large 20 MP 1" CMOS sensor in a weather-sealed body with dual control-dials, a lens ring and efficient controls. Captures full 1080p HD video at 60 FPS with internal or external stereo sound.
Best Digital Cameras of 2015
The best new digital cameras of 2015. Plus, find out which ones of 2014 still lead their category. Compact, Premium Cameras, Ultra-Zooms, Mirrorless and DSLR are all covered.
Panasonic Lumix DMC-G7 Review
16 megapixels Micro Four-Thirds mirrorless. 2.4 MP 0.5" EVF with Eye-Start sensor plus dual control-dials. 4K Ultra-HD video, 8 FPS continuous-drive, hybrid shutter with 1/16000-60s shutter-speeds, ISO 100-25600 and Contrast-Detect DFD autofocus system sensitive to -4 EV.