Here are some photos shot at high ISOs with the Ricoh GR III under real-world shooting conditions.
Here's a collection of photos I've taken with the Ricoh GR II in an effort to provide some practical examples of how the Ricoh GR II performs in low-lighting shooting conditions.
The Sony HX99 is a tiny camera with a massive zoom. It makes for a very good and versatile everyday travel camera that easily fits in your pocket. Here's my hands-on review.
The Sony HX99 compact camera packs a massive zoom into a tiny camera as well as including some features you might not expect in a camera of this type. Here are some photos taken with the HX99 to provide some practical examples of how it performs under real-world shooting conditions.
Here's a collection of photos I've taken with the Sony HX99 focusing specifically on its highest ISO range of 1600 to 6400.
Here are some recommendations on which SD cards to get for the Sony HX99 so that you can use all of the camera's features.
The Sony HX99 is a tiny camera with a massive zoom range. Here are some examples of what the zoom can do in real-world shooting.
Battery life isn't one of the Sony RX0's strengths. Whether you're looking for spares, a replacement battery, or external chargers, here's a rundown of the options.
The Sony RX0 is tiny and looks like an action camera that's built for shooting video, but it's a surprisingly capable stills camera as well. Here are some example photos I've taken with it to give a sense of its real-world performance.
The Sony RX0 is tiny, rugged, and waterproof. But while it might look like Sony's answer to GoPro, it packs a surprising amount of high-end features and power.
A collection of photos shot with the Sony RX1R II full-frame compact camera.
A collection of sample images shot with the Ricoh GR II compact camera.
A collection of high-resolution sample images shot with the Fujifilm X70 compact digital camera.
Sony's new RX1R II marks the very high end of pocketable cameras. It has a 42-megapixel full-frame sensor, a fixed f/2 Zeiss lens, and boatloads of features. It also has a price to match.
Many cameras come with an AC battery charger. But charging from a USB power source can be far more convenient when you're traveling. The good news is that there are USB chargers out there for the batteries used in common camera models, even if you have to hunt a little to find them.