Canon’s first full frame mirrorless camera, the EOS R, issues a challenge to the Nikon Z6 and Sony’s α7 III.
Nikon’s flagship mirrorless camera offers 45.7 megapixel resolution, hybrid AF with 493 sensor points and 4K video recording in a compact, weatherproof body.
Fujifilm’s new flagship X-Series camera provides higher resolution, faster and more accurate autofocusing and sophisticated video recording capabilities.
Sony’s α7M3 camera introduces 4K video and boasts improved stabilisation, twice the frame rate of the previous model and a larger buffer capacity.
Fujifilm’s latest entry-level model adds a built-in EVF and larger buffer memory to the features provided in the X-A5 model.
Fujifilm’s new entry-level ILC boasts phase-detection autofocusing plus a new image processor and improved still and video functionality but lacks an EVF.
The latest Canon mirrorless camera boasts a built-in EVF, fully articulating monitor and support for 4K video recording at 25 fps.
An update to the α7R II that promises faster image processing, improved AF performance, expanded image stabilisation capabilities and higher quality 4K video recording.
A more video-focused version of the GH5 with a new high-sensitivity sensor, the latest Venus Engine processor and Dual Native ISO technology.
A minor update to the DMC-GX8 with no low-pass filter on the sensor plus improved burst shooting and 4K Photo capabilities and a new monochrome shooting mode.