An update to our First Look report on the new Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark III camera with Imatest results and image samples from our standard technical tests.
Nikon’s first cropped-sensor mirrorless camera combines key features from its ‘full-frame’ Z-mount cameras and its enthusiast-level DSLR cameras.
The new OM-D E-M1 Mark III introduces a new TruePic IX processor, a 50-megapixel Handheld High Res shot mode and a joystick on the rear panel.
A weatherproof, full-frame ILC with a no viewfinder and a full-time electronic shutter plus a 49-point contrast AF system in a compact body that weighs only 370 grams.
A cut-back version of the α6400 and α6600 with a lower-resolution EVF, shorter ISO range and no Picture Profile settings but the same 24-megapixel sensor and BIONZ X processor.
The new Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark III introduces a 20.4-megapixel sensor, the latest TruePic VIII processor and a 121-point, all cross-type On-chip Phase Detection AF system.
The new Lumix DC-S1H camera boasts an updated 24.2-megapixel CMOS sensor and supports 6K 24p video recording plus professional stills and movie functions.
The second-generation model of Sony’s pro-level mirrorless camera provides upgrades to many key functions plus improved ergonomics and connectivity.
A compact and lightweight mirrorless version of the EOS 90D with a bundled EVF and support for Canon’s Dual Pixel AF with Eye AF Servo focusing.
Sony’s highest resolution full-frame camera offers 61-megapixel stills resolution, up to 10 fps burst shooting with AF / AE tracking and 4K video recording.