A modest update to the α6000 with a new sensor, faster processing and improved autofocusing and video capabilities.
We complete our review of Fujifilm’s flagship X-Pro2 camera with results of tests on a production model.
A ‘little brother’ to the Fujifilm X-T1 with a compact, magnesium body that comes in all-black or silver and black livery.
Most of the technology of the NX1 – including 4K video and efficient connectivity – in an NX300-styled body with no EVF and fewer external controls.
An update to Canon’s original CSC with higher resolution, improved autofocusing and a tilting LCD tough-enabled monitor that can be used for ‘selfies’.
An update to the popular α5000 that provides higher resolution, a touch-screen monitor, improved movie recording and a fast hybrid AF system with 179 detection points.
Sony’s latest CSC features familiar NEX styling but offers improved autofocusing, more logical menus and built-in Wi-Fi with NFC.
A high-resolution interchangeable-lens camera that is smaller and lighter than some similarly-priced DSLRs but lacks a viewfinder and hot-shoe.
An update to the X-E1 camera with the same basic body design but a refined control layout, faster image processor, improved monitor and built-in Wi-Fi.
A compact, relatively light X-system camera with the same sensor as the X-Pro1 and X-E1. It comes with built-in Wi-Fi and a generous suite of scene-based automatic exposure modes.