Fujifilm’s highest-resolution medium-format camera is also the first with in-body image stabilisation and support for DCI 17:9 and UHD 16:9 4K video recording.
Photo Review Reviews section
Rihac’s large format starter kits provide a neat way for photographers who do a lot of printing to minimise the amount of plastic waste they produce without compromising output quality.
Panasonic’s latest M4/3 camera is ruggedly built and designed to provide high picture quality plus high mobility for handheld stills and movie shooting.
A fast wide-to-standard zoom lens with superior optics, high-speed, high-precision autofocusing and many video-friendly features.
A fast, medium-telephoto with compact construction and high performance for M4/3 and E-mount cameras.
Sony’s ‘premium’ action camera is a second-generation model with a waterproof, 180-degree tiltable ‘selfie’ screen, internal 4K video recording and improved stabilisation.
We follow-up the advice provided in Issue 80 of Photo Review magazine with a review of seven of Ilford’s Galerie fine art printing papers.
A slim, shirt-pocketable solid-state storage drive for anyone who needs to move large quantities of data quickly between USB-C connected devices.
An update to Canon’s lightest DSLR camera with a DIGIC 8 processor, support for 4K/25p video recording and Dual Pixel autofocusing in Live View mode.
The higher-resolution model of Panasonic’s S-series cameras with 47-megapixel stills and similar specs to the S1 but restricted to 4K 8-bit video without Log profile support.