A versatile, 20-megapixel full frame mirrorless camera that shares many technologies with Canon’s flagship professional cameras and features fast and accurate autofocusing.
Our technical tests confirmed the findings of our First Look assessments and confirm the Sony α7C is a viable choice for photographers who want to lighten their loads without compromising image quality.
Sony’s new 24-megapixel α7C is currently the smallest and lightest interchangeable-lens camera with optical in-body stabilisation plus professional 4K UHD movie functions.
A new entry-level mirrorless camera with dual SD card slots, USB charging, a 24.3-megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor and weather-sealed body with IBIS.
Canon’s flagship mirrorless camera features a full-frame 45-megapixel CMOS sensor, 8K video recording at DCI and UHD aspect ratios plus in-body image stabilisation.
A weatherproof, full-frame ILC with a no viewfinder and a full-time electronic shutter plus a 49-point contrast AF system in a compact body that weighs only 370 grams.
The new Lumix DC-S1H camera boasts an updated 24.2-megapixel CMOS sensor and supports 6K 24p video recording plus professional stills and movie functions.
The second-generation model of Sony’s pro-level mirrorless camera provides upgrades to many key functions plus improved ergonomics and connectivity.
Sony’s highest resolution full-frame camera offers 61-megapixel stills resolution, up to 10 fps burst shooting with AF / AE tracking and 4K video recording.
The higher-resolution model of Panasonic’s S-series cameras with 47-megapixel stills and similar specs to the S1 but restricted to 4K 8-bit video without Log profile support.