Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ70: Zoomier Than Any Point-and-Shoot Camera Ever

What you're looking at here is the zoomiest point-and-shoot camera ever made. The Panasonic Lumix DMX-FZ70's f/ 2.8, 20-1200mm lens offers up to 60x optical magnification. The previous top zooms only hit the 50x mark. That's a lot of zoom. Look at that freaking lens. Read More >>

Sony HX50V: A Massive Superzoom Camera Dressed Like a Skinny Superstar

Really exciting point-and-shoot cameras only come around every so often, and last year's Sony RX100 was one of them. It blew its pocket compact competitors away. It also cost £550, which is pricey for an enthusiast camera. The new scaled down Sony HX50V mimics the RX100's covetable aesthetics, and packs some attractive, beginner-friendly features into a more affordable package. Call it trickle-down design done right. Read More >>

Fujifilm's New Superzoom Cameras Reach New Absurd Levels of Magnification

Fujifilm's newly-refreshed line of S series "bridge" cameras have some of the highest magnification zoom lenses out there. These cameras are for people who want big hulking DSLR cameras without all those complicated DSLR buttons for controlling things. But at least you can control the zoom SO MUCH. Read More >>

Olympus's New 40X Superzoom Camera Will Let You Snap Long Distance Myspace Poses to Your Heart's Content

Maybe you're trying to creepily snap spy shots of someone across the street. Or maybe you're unhealthily obsessed with photographing planes in flight. Either way, the measly 3X zoom on your point-and-shoot might not be enough. Maybe Olympus' latest superzoom, with 40X optical zoom and 1080p video capabilities, will suit you better. Read More >>

A Whopping 42x Optical Zoom Makes Nikon's P510 the Zoomiest Compact Camera Ever

Nikon's new P510 superzoom crams 1000mm and 42x optical zoom of super telephoto capability into a compact camera, the longest optical zoom ever stuffed into a compact camera. The P500 the 510's replacing is 36x, and Canon's PowerShot SX40 HS comes in at 35x. Read More >>


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