Gizmag takes a look back at the biggest and best camera releases from the past 12 months
The Nikon Df could be the DSLR for those of us who remember, and possibly over romanticize, shooting with film SLRs
The Fujifilm X100S retains the retro good-looks of the original X100, but gets a performance boost in terms of autofocus
The new Leica M is the first Leica rangefinder to use a CMOS sensor, Live View and shoot HD video
The Panasonic Lumix GM1 is the smallest mirrorless interchangeable lens camera
Despite featuring a DSLR-like APS-C sensor, the Ricoh GR retains its discrete compact-like appearance
The Olympus E-M1 is a powerhouse that can deliver the goods for most photographers in terms of both image quality and performance.
The Sony RX10 could well be the best bridge camera ever made, it has a large sensor and a constant F2.8 aperture zoom lens
The Sony Alpha 7 manages to squeeze a full frame sensor into a small mirrorless camea
The Sony RX100 M2 is a surprisingly substantial upgrade adding Wi-Fi capabilities, a tilting screen and a more sensitive sensor
The Canon EOS 70D has Dual Pixel CMOS AF which makes video and Live View focusing faster and smoother
2013 was a great year for new cameras. There were full frame mirrorless shooters which can rival all but the very best DSLRs, compacts good enough to make you leave your smartphone in your pocket, and DSLRs which can shoot better video than they've ever been able to. Join Gizmag as we take a look back at some of our favorite cameras of 2013.
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