A compact camera for content creators that is the first to include a dedicated Vlog Mode and offers 6.2K/30p video capability plus a high-capacity rechargeable battery.
Canon’s latest entry-level mirrorless camera provides a smaller, lighter and more affordable alternative to last year’s EOS R10 for on-the-move photographers and vloggers.
Nikon’s third APS-C mirrorless camera, has the same sensor and processor as its siblings but is designed to cater mainly for vloggers and lacks both flash and viewfinder.
Fujifilm’s new X-Series flagship camera boasts a 40.2-megapixel back-illuminated X-Trans CMOS 5 HR sensor and a fifth-generation X-Processor 5 chip in a smaller, lighter body.
Fujifilm’s new 40-megapixel flagship X-H2 camera offers the highest resolution to date for an APS-C camera, enabling 8K/30p video and composited 160-megapixel image creation.
Canon’s second EOS R series APS-C sensor camera targets entry-level buyers who want a sophisticated, feature-rich camera that is small and relatively light in weight.
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.
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.
A minor update to Fujifilm’s compact, 26-megapixel APS-C-format camera with higher monitor resolution and expanded buffer capacity for continuous shooting.