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.
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.
Panasonic’s first ‘hybrid’ camera with 24-megapixel stills and support for 4K 10-bit video with the V-Log picture profile along with up to 6 stops of Dual I.S. stabilisation.
A ‘little sister’ model of the X-T3 with the same sensor, improved autofocusing, a tilting touchscreen monitor and a smaller, lighter body.
Canon’s entry-level ‘full-frame’ mirrorless camera is smaller, lighter and more modestly featured than the EOS R but still very attractive to photo enthusiasts.
An update to the mid-range α6300 with improved autofocusing, time-lapse recording, a 180-degree flip-up touchscreen monitor and support for UHS-II memory cards.
An update to our First Look report on the new Olympus OM-D E-M1X professional camera with Imatest results and image samples from our standard technical tests.
The new Olympus professional camera with extensive weatherproofing, superior stabilisation, fast burst shooting and innovative shooting functions.
The new Nikon Z6 boasts 24.5 megapixel resolution, 273-point hybrid AF, a native ISO range from 100 to 51200 and up to 12 fps burst shooting.