Sony a5000

8.5 Rating

A high-resolution interchangeable-lens camera that is smaller and lighter than some similarly-priced DSLRs but lacks a viewfinder and hot-shoe.

Fujifilm X-T1

The latest Fujifilm CSC provides traditional dial controls on a weather-resistant metal body with a tilting, high-resolution monitor and high-resolution OLED viewfinder.

Fujifilm X-E2

8.8 Rating

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.

Samsung NX300

Samsung’s NX300 was announced at CES at the beginning of January but wasn’t officially launched in Australia until 15 May and it took a while after that to reach retail stores. While physically this model resembles the NX200 of 2011 (which we didn’t review), it comes with a new Hybrid Auto Focus (AF) system and the ability to shoot 3D photos and movies with Samsung’s new 45mm f/1.8 2D/3D lens.

Fujifilm X-M1

8.5 Rating

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.

Fujifilm X100S

8.8 Rating

An update to the X100 with higher resolution, faster autofocusing and a new hybrid viewfinder that combines optical and electronic systems.

Fujifilm X20

8.8 Rating

An update to the X10 featuring a new 12-megapixel X-Trans CMOS II sensor with built-in phase detection pixels, hybrid autofocusing and 1080p movie recording.

Canon EOS M

8.8 Rating

Canon’s first mirrorless camera features a slimline body with a touch screen plus the same sensor and image processor and most of the functions of the EOS 650D DSLR.