We complete our review of Fujifilm’s 26-megapixel X Series flagship model with Imatest results and additional image samples.
Canon’s EOS R7 is designed for enthusiasts who want to go mirrorless and are looking for a cropped-sensor replacement to the EOS 90D or 7D Mark II DSLR cameras.
Leica’s latest rangefinder camera, the M11, provides some worthwhile improvements to performance and handling over its previous models in the series.
The video-focused Lumix GH6 boasts a new sensor and Venus Engine processor and can record oversampled C4K/4K 50p/60p and 4K 120p 10-bit 4:2:2 video plus 25MP stills.
The new, 26-megapixel flagship model in Fujifilm’s X Series features a stacked X-Trans CMOS sensor and sets a new benchmark for mirrorless APS-C cameras.
The first major camera for the OM System brand introduces a new stacked BSI sensor and significantly better weatherproofing plus pro-level CK4 video recording at up to 60p.
Nikon’s game-changing mirrorless flagship features a fully electronic shutter; real time blackout-free EVF, advanced autofocusing and support for 8K 30p video recording.
Canon’s latest mirrorless camera offers Eye Control AF with versatile tracking of people, animals, bikes and cars, a 30 fps electronic shutter continuous drive and up to 8 stops of IBIS.
Sony’s α7 IV hybrid still and movie camera features a new 33-megapixel Exmor R CMOS sensor plus improvements to processing, autofocusing and video recording.
A minor update to Fujifilm’s compact, 26-megapixel APS-C-format camera with higher monitor resolution and expanded buffer capacity for continuous shooting.