Senior editors Lori Grunin and Aimee Baldridge, a.k.a. the digital doyennes, are CNET's resident digital-photography experts. They fill you in on this year's hottest happenings in digital photography.
Kyocera introduces three RTune cameras
Three new models sport the company's new RTune image-processing technology. The rest: Panasonic, Leica, HP, and others
Some vendors announced only one or two new cameras. We round up the stragglers. A slew of new Samsungs
Samsung's lineup is designed for the budget-conscious, but it's rich in variety. A raft of Concords
Concord unleashed several new models. Check 'em out here. A Nikon for every enthusiast
Nikon hits all of this year's hot spots. Kodak expands its EasyShare line
In addition to four new EasyShare cameras, Kodak unveils an impressive pro model, the successor to the 14n. New releases from Konica Minolta
Konica Minolta updates its current Dimage X and Dimage Z cameras and introduces an 8-megapixel EVF model. Digital darkroom updated
We round up a crop of noteworthy new photo printers--and a
stray monitor or two. Olympus's up-and-comers
Check out six new models from Olympus, as well as a couple of new underwater housings. New shooters from Sony
While the lineup isn't groundbreaking, these Sony cameras are certainly stylish--and PictBridge-compatible. Canon models to covet
As usual, Canon unleashes a raft of new cameras. Fujifilm unveils four new models
Have a look at a range of new Fujis, from a basic 3-megapixel point-and-shoot to the highly anticipated S3 Pro. Pentax's pleasing point-and-shoots
In addition to three new cameras, Pentax has unveiled its first still/video combo, the Optio MX.