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.
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The new kit lens supplied with Fujifilm’s entry-level interchangeable-lens cameras is the first powered zoom for X Series cameras.
The first accessory flash with an Auto Intelligent (AI) bounce function that takes the guess work out of choosing the right lighting angle.
Batch processing software for Windows and Mac with facilities for file conversion, re-sizing, re-naming, watermarking, commenting and basic editing of large batches of images.
The lightest super-telephoto zoom lens in its class is designed for handheld shooting and features four stops of integrated stabilisation.
A versatile 3x telephoto zoom lens with a constant f/4 maximum aperture that provides pleasing bokeh for portraiture and other subjects.
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.
Canon’s latest entry-level DSLR features a new 24.1-megapixel APS-C sensor and DIGIC 4+ processor plus a price tag to attract newcomers to interchangeable lens photography.