Archive for Timothy Coleman

Canon EOS M100 review: Pocketable point-and-shoot makes mirrorless easy
3.5 stars

Canon EOS M100 review: Pocketable point-and-shoot makes mirrorless easy

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Canon's entry-level mirrorless camera, the EOS M100, is the smallest and simplest in the company's range yet, with stripped-back design and flip-up LCD touchscreen. It's designed to appeal to beginners seeking a point-and-shoot experience without compromising... >>

Nikon D5600 review: More connected than ever
4.0 stars

Nikon D5600 review: More connected than ever

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Being connected - it's all the rage. Of all the slogans used by Nikon for its cameras, "Always share your moments" seems most apt with the Nikon D5600.The D5600 is the sixth iteration of the well-established Nikon D5000 series - a DSLR camera range with... >>

Nikon D850 review: The best DSLR ever?
5.0 stars

Nikon D850 review: The best DSLR ever?

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On paper the Nikon D850 seems to good to be true. This full-frame DSLR camera is no modest refresh of the already impressive Nikon D810, it's an overhaul.It's fast in every way. Its high-resolution sensor competes with the best - even medium format cameras... >>

Nikon D7500 review: Better than the Canon 80D?
4.5 stars

Nikon D7500 review: Better than the Canon 80D?

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The Nikon D7500 evolves from its conventional DSLR heritage towards a more rounded user experience. This enthusiast-level DSLR packs a mighty tilt-touchscreen, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, plus 4K video capture into its body. Oh how the times are... >>

Sony A6500 review: A mini mirrorless powerhouse
4.5 stars

Sony A6500 review: A mini mirrorless powerhouse

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The Sony A6500 is the company's 2017 flagship mirrorless camera with a crop sensor, sitting below the Sony A7 full-frame line-up.The A6500 joins an already bustling series across the wider A6000 range, with several cameras at different specifications... >>

Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II review: The most formidable Olympus camera, ever
5.0 stars

Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II review: The most formidable Olympus camera, ever

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If you're unfamiliar with the Olympus OM-D E-M1 from three years back, it was the company's flagship compact system camera (CSC), built to a really high standard. We happened to really like it (ok, we loved it).Now we have the second-generation model,... >>

Sony Alpha A99 II review: Proving that translucent can triumph
4.0 stars

Sony Alpha A99 II review: Proving that translucent can triumph

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Holy moly, what a specification the Sony A99 II offers: a 42.4-million-pixel BSI (back illuminated) full-frame CMOS sensor, a 399-point hybrid autofocus system, 12-frames per second shooting with continuous tracking autofocus, 4K movie capture, and 5-axis... >>

Olympus Pen E-PL7 review: Stylish system camera
4.5 stars

Olympus Pen E-PL7 review: Stylish system camera

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With fun features such as a "selfie screen", pared down controls and a user-friendly interface, the Olympus PEN E-PL7 is primarily aimed at point-and-shoot users. However, experienced photographers can find plenty of depth to keep their interest, with... >>