Canon’s first ‘serious’ mirrorless camera boasts a high-resolution EVF, a 24.2-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor and a DIGIC 7 processor.
One of the first interchangeable-lens cameras to use the Foveon Quattro sensor, the sd Quattro has a new hybrid AF system and weatherproof body.
Fujifilm’s fastest ultra-wide angle lens provides low-distortion coverage for landscape and architectural photographers.
A flagship model with a 24.3-megapixel X-Trans CMOS III sensor, the X-T2 is the first camera in Fujifilm’s X series to support 4K video recording.
Canon’s latest mirrorless EOS camera includes a built-in EVF, tilting monitor and Dual Pixel CMOS AF system plus constant connectivity with smart devices.
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’.