Sony’s upgraded α7C II boasts the same 33-megapixel BSI CMOS sensor and BIONZ XR processor as the α7 IV and gains improved autofocusing and oversampled 4K/50p video.
Nikon’s new Z f features the same 24-megapixel sensor as the Z6 II but adds the EXPEED 7 processor, while reprising the ‘retro’ look and dial controls of the Z fc in various colours.
Sony’s full-frame vlogging camera features the same 12-megapixel Exmor R CMOS sensor and dual-chip BIONZ XR processor as the α7S III and the FX3 professional video camera.
Canon’s lightest full-frame mirrorless camera has plenty to offer to photo enthusiasts and videographers but falls short when it comes to weather resistance.
The S5M2’s new sensor and processor plus hybrid AF with phase-detection make it a worthwhile upgrade to Panasonic’s Popular Lumix S5 full-frame mirrorless camera.
A second-generation model of a popular enthusiast’s camera with slightly higher resolution, improved autofocusing and more extensive video capabilities.
Leica’s latest rangefinder camera, the M11, provides some worthwhile improvements to performance and handling over its previous models in the series.
Nikon’s game-changing mirrorless flagship features a fully electronic shutter; real time blackout-free EVF, advanced autofocusing and support for 8K 30p video recording.
Canon’s latest mirrorless camera offers Eye Control AF with versatile tracking of people, animals, bikes and cars, a 30 fps electronic shutter continuous drive and up to 8 stops of IBIS.
Sony’s α7 IV hybrid still and movie camera features a new 33-megapixel Exmor R CMOS sensor plus improvements to processing, autofocusing and video recording.