The latest Canon mirrorless camera boasts a built-in EVF, fully articulating monitor and support for 4K video recording at 25 fps.
Fujifilm’s new flagship X-Series camera is its first with in-body image stabilisation and represents the highest performing camera in the line-up.
Canon’s new entry-level mirrorless camera features a 24-megapixel sensor, DIGIC 7 processor, Dual Pixel AF system and flip-up touchscreen monitor.
The new Leica CL features a more traditional design but shares many features with the snapshooter-orientated Leica TL we reviewed in November.
An alternative to the X-T20 with a touch-screen monitor, Wi-Fi plus Bluetooth for constant connection to a smartphone and an AF joystick control.
The latest model in Leica’s ‘T’ interchangeable-lens camera series offers improvements in speed, ease of handling and flexibility.
Sony’s latest cropped-sensor camera features faster processing, a larger buffer memory, in-body image stabilisation and a touch-screen monitor.
A successor to the EOS M3, the EOS M6 sacrifices a built-in EVF to provide a smaller, lighter body than the higher-featured, EVF-equipped EOS M5.
An update to the popular X-T10 mid-range camera, with higher resolution, improved autofocusing and support for 4K movie recording.
Fujifilm’s entry-level interchangeable lens mirrorless camera comes with a conventional CMOS sensor, selfie-friendly slide-and-tilt monitor and plenty of automated functions.