Ricoh’s new flagship APS-C DSLR features a new shutter mechanism, the latest SAFOX 13 autofocus system, improved IBIS, Pixel Shift Resolution and Anti-aliasing simulation.
Canon’s flagship professional DSLR has been re-engineered to meet the demands of today’s professional sports, photojournalist, wildlife and wedding photographers.
Nikon’s entry-level DSLR camera retains the 24.2-megapixel sensor and EXPEED 4 processor of its predecessor but features a redesigned, lighter body.
Canon’s EOS 90D is a mid-level DSLR with a 32.5-megapixel 22.3 x 14.9 mm CMOS sensor and DIGIC 8 image processor plus basic dust and moisture resistance.
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.
Canon’s latest entry-level DSLR features a new 24.1-megapixel APS-C sensor and DIGIC 4+ processor plus a price tag to attract newcomers to interchangeable lens photography.
Canon’s EOS 800D features the same sensor and processor as the EOS 77D but adds a guided interface to cater for novice users.
Canon’s latest full-frame DSLR introduces a new sensor and processor plus a 45-point all-cross-type AF system and a vari-angle monitor.
Nikon’s D850, which replaces the popular D810, brings a lot of the technologies from the D5 to a ‘full frame’ camera for serious enthusiasts and imaging professionals.
With a resolution of 45.7 megapixels and an Australian RRP of $5,200 (body only), the D850 is aimed squarely at Nikon-using professional photographers looking for medium format level resolution. Doubtless there will also be a few well-heeled landscape shooters taking a closer look too…