In case you missed something: CES 2013 Digital Cameras roundup at Engadget. (PS @ Engadget: what about Sigma?)

all the cameras of CES 2013

"Samsung also had a mirrorless camera to share, and even though we could have squeezed it into the paragraph up above with Polaroid, the NX300 deserves to stand on its own. The company's latest model packs an APS-C sensor that can snap 20.3-megapixel stills, along with a typical 100-25,600 ISO range and a 3.3-inch AMOLED touchscreen. It also shoots 3D stills when paired with the $500 3D-capable lens. The camera itself (with a 20-50mm kit lens) will set you back a cool $750, so it's clearly a class above the Polaroid -- it's also one of the priciest cameras to debut at CES, which only serves to further validate our claim that this show is targeted at consumers.

Finally, Nikon introduced its J3 and S1 -- a pair of decidedly consumer-oriented mirrorless models. That first flavor comes in at $600 with a kit lens, while the S1 will be available for $500. Both are designed as step-up models for current point-and-shoot owners that value design and "fun" features over sensor size, low-light sensitivity and image quality. That's not to say that we expect either of Nikon's new 1 series cams to offer image quality or durability on par with any of the cameras from Polaroid, but if what you're after is sharp shots, even in low light, there are plenty of better options, most of which launched weeks or months before this show."

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