Canon PowerShot G15 Digital Camera Review$499.99
While it lacks the trendier bells and whistles that have wormed their way into the market of late—such as WiFi, GPS, and touchscreens—the G15 offers a competitive feature set in its class. Its 12-megapixel sensor isn't groundbreaking, but its low-light sensitivity might be. Its video mode is crippled with regard to manual control, but it records a beautiful moving image. Its expansive ISO range is tops among its peers, and it makes the most of the added leeway with the addition of a super-bright f/1.8 lens. The usual bevy of scene modes and creative filters are present, though perhaps not as many as some manufacturers offer. Canon clearly intends for this camera to appeal to the serious amateur, though, and to that end it's got all the features it needs.