Gadget historians may well look back at 2010 as the year electronic viewfinder cameras with interchangeable lenses hit the mainstream. Panasonic and Olympus paved the way with micro Four-Thirds, but Sony and Samsung have also dunked their head in the pool with their NEX and NX ranges respectively. Then again, Nikon and Canon kept on releasing better and better DSLRs, making the camera category one of the hardest to pick in the 2010 Australian Gizmodo Awards.
For the next two weeks we’re calling for nominations for the best gadgets of the year over five categories: Mobiles, Cameras, TVs, Computers and Apps. Tell us your favourites, and then stay tuned for the voting to begin. Once the winner from each category has been determined, they’ll battle it out for the crown of “Gizmodo Gadget of the Year”.
With all the great gadget releases this year, it’s going to be a tough competition to decide. So help us out by nominating your favourite gadgets of the year in the comments below.