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When news broke that Sony were to produce the RX100 II, we were eager to lay out hands on a review sample. Why? Well we considered the RX100 to be the best pocket compact camera we'd ever tested at the time, so we couldn't wait to find out if the RX100 II has managed to go one better. You can find out in our Sony Cyber-shot RX100 II review.
This week we've also tested another Sony compact - the Sony RX1R. A subtle revision to the popular RX1 model, we put it through its paces to find out if the lack of an anti-aliasing filter has improved the amount of detail that's captured by its full frame sensor.
It's not only compacts we've been busy reviewing. The Olympus E-P5 borrows a few features from the superb Olympus OM-D E-M5, but has this heavily refreshed model done enough to put the PEN back on the map? Our Olympus E-P5 review looks at all the pros and cons of this replacement for the Olympus E-P3.
If you're looking for a new smartphone and want the one with the best camera you may be interested to read our recent Best Smartphone Camera of 2013 feature. The results and verdict may surprise you!
We're also pleased to announce our 20 millionth view on our YouTube Channel. What better way to mark the occasion than to offer our YouTube subscribers the chance to win a Fujifilm X20. To enter, head over to our What Digital Camera YouTube Channel.
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