Another day, another camera. FujiFilm’s newly announced pocket-sized XQ1 compact features the same type of 2/3” X-Trans sensor as used in the company’s excellent X20 (reviewed on our Premium Compact page). However, unlike the X20, this little bundle of tricks will easily slip into a trouser pocket. The 12 megapixel XQ1 comes with a retractable 4x zoom lens (25mm-100mm), a bright maximum aperture of f1.8 (great for creating blurry backgrounds), a lens control ring for the adjustment of various camera settings, full HD video at 60 frames per second, easy-to-use wireless image transfer to a smartphone or tablet and a shedload of creative effects. It also provides access to five cool Fuji film simulation modes. The FujiFilm XQ1 is expected to retail at around £350, and that's an excellent price to pay for a pocket-sized point-and-shoot camera with this level of advanced specification.