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The past week has seen a few big announcements from some major manufacturers.
On Thursday Canon announced the latest in its long line of successful PowerShot G series of compacts with the new Canon PowerShot G16. The G16 has a few impressive updates and will no doubt be welcomed by Canon enthusiasts. We attended the official UK launch of the camera and you can read our thoughts in the Canon PowerShot G16 first look.
Those looking for a more pocketable Canon compact were also afforded another option this week thanks to the new Canon Powershot S120.
Sony also joined in with the announcements, launching its new Sony Alpha 3000. Although the camera might look like a DSLR, the Alpha 3000 is in fact a Compact System Camera compatible with the manufacturer's E-mount lenses.
We have also added two exciting new reviews to the site if you're in the market for a new camera. The Panasonic Lumix GX7 is a model which the manufacturer claims is its best yet, and you can find out if the claims ring true in the Panasonic Lumix GX7 review.
The Samsung Galaxy NX, meanwhile, breaks new ground in digital photography in being the first interchangeable lens camera to run the full Android operating system. You can find out if it's a combination that'll catch on in the Samsung Galaxy NX full review.
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