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.
Canon Powershot G7 X Review
Premium compact with a large 20 MP 1" CMOS sensor. Stabilized ultra-bright ultra-wide-angle 4.2X optical zoom lens. ISO 125-12800, 1/2000s-250s shutter-speed, 6.5 FPS and full 1080p HD @ 60 FPS. Dual-controls dials and a tilting 3" LCD.
Fuji X100T Review
The latest classically-styled fixed lens camera from Fuji packs a 16 MP sensor with built-in Phase-Detect AF and a bright F/2 fixed 23mm lens. It offers a unique hybrid EVF/OVF with Digital Range Finder in a highly mechanical design.
Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH4 Review
The most compact interchangeable lens digital camera capable of 4K Ultra-HD video. Equipped with a 16 MP Four-Thirds CMOS sensor capable of 12 FPS. Its class-leading autofocus system is sensitive to -4 EV. Fitted with a 2.4 MP EVF with Eye-Start sensor and 1 MP 3" Rotating LCD.
Fujinon XF50-140mm F/2.8R LM OIS WR Review
Fujinon XF50-140mm F/2.8R LM OIS WR Review added to the Fuji X-T1 Photographer Experience. This is the top-of-the-line X-mount lens with constant maximum aperture in a weathersealed and freezeproof body with built-in optical image-stabilization.
Fuji X-T1 Graphite Hands-On
The Graphite Edition of the excellent Fuji X-T1 adds an ultra-fast electronic-shutter with 1/32000s maximum speed and a number of improvements in a new smooth and highly durable finish.
Nikon D750 Review
The first video-optimized full-frame DSLR features a 24 MP CMOS sensor with ISO 50 - 51200 range, 6.5 FPS and full 1080p HD video at 60 FPS, with stereo sound and AF-tracking. A 100% coverage viewfinder and large 3.2" tilting LCD with 1.2MP allow precise framing.
Best Digital Cameras of 2014
The best digital cameras of 2014, selected among each class and for various types of photography.
Nikon 1 J4 Review
The smallest Nikon mirrorless packs an 18 MP high-speed CMOS sensor capable of 60 FPS drive and full 1080p HD video at 60 FPS, plus slow-motion video up to 1200 FPS.