A minor update to Fujifilm’s compact, 26-megapixel APS-C-format camera with higher monitor resolution and expanded buffer capacity for continuous shooting.
Nikon’s new, retro-styled Z-mount camera has a 21-megapixel BSI CMOS sensor, dial controls and a fully articulating, touch-screen LCD and comes in seven colours.
A relatively minor update to Canon’s top-selling APS-C mirrorless camera with improved focusing, a larger buffer memory and a few new features.
The fourth model in Fujifilm’s popular X-E series of rangefinder cameras is the first with the 26-megapixel X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor and quad-core processor.
The new flagship model in the X Series family introduces in-body image stabilisation and a vari-angle LCD screen plus a higher-capacity battery.
The long-awaited third-generation model in Fujifilm’s eight-year-old X-Pro series offers higher resolution, better autofocusing and redesigned user controls.
Nikon’s first cropped-sensor mirrorless camera combines key features from its ‘full-frame’ Z-mount cameras and its enthusiast-level DSLR cameras.
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.
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.
A ‘little sister’ model of the X-T3 with the same sensor, improved autofocusing, a tilting touchscreen monitor and a smaller, lighter body.