Wow. It's been like Piccadilly Circus around here lately with all the camera launches. We don't mean that there's been loads of tourists walking around and overpriced souvenirs on sale - we simply mean it's been busy.
And now Samsung has come to the camera launch party by announcing the two flagship devices for its 2View range - the ST100 and the ST600.
Both compacts have seen their secondary LCD screens increased up to 1.8 inches and there is a raft of front features to go with this including the couples mode, which detects two heads leaning towards each other, and the children mode where a cartoon is played to make the little 'uns laugh. There's also a new jump feature that takes three images when you and your pals all jump.
They are 14.2-megapixel compacts and they both have 5x optical zooms although the ST100's is internal. The ST600 has a 27mm wide-angle focal length. They can both shoot 720p video as well.
The ST600 and ST100 also use Samsung’s smart gesture UI that recognises a tilt or a hand gesture to scroll through your photos.
Available in four cameras, they are likely to set you back about £300.
So, who has won the battle of the camera launches - Samsung, Fuji or Panasonic? Give us your winner below.