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Sony RX10 III review: A camera for all seasons
4.5 stars

Sony RX10 III review: A camera for all seasons

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As its name suggests, the RX10 III is the third iteration of Sony's RX10 bridge camera, building on the appeal of the RX10 II (which Sony continues to market and sell) by boosting the optical zoom's reach. Given that the limited 24-200mm equivalent zoom... >>

Panasonic Lumix G80 preview: Affordable foray into 4K

Panasonic Lumix G80 preview: Affordable foray into 4K

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Panasonic is laying out its stall in the compact system camera market - and its shelves are well and now truly stacked. The new Lumix G80 (or G81 in Germany; G85 in other territories, just to confuse the bejeezus out of you) is like a bulked-out DSLR-style... >>

Panasonic Lumix LX15 preview: The best high-end compact camera yet?

Panasonic Lumix LX15 preview: The best high-end compact camera yet?

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It was only a handful of years back that Panasonic ruled the high-end yet pocketable compact camera market with its Lumix LX7. In the years since Sony has been the manufacturer to forge an enviable position at the top with its RX100 models. And now Panasonic... >>

Panasonic Lumix FZ2000 preview: A 4K video feast, the end of the camcorder as we know it?

Panasonic Lumix FZ2000 preview: A 4K video feast, the end of the camcorder as we know it?

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In the middle of 2014 Panasonic dipped its oar into the premium superzoom market with the Lumix FZ1000. As a do-it-all DSLR alternative with a 1-inch sensor size it ticked a lot of boxes. Its update for 2016, the Lumix FZ2000, is an even more standout... >>

Canon EOS M5 preview: ‘Mirrorless 80D’ finally shows Canon can compete in compact system cameras

Canon EOS M5 preview: ‘Mirrorless 80D’ finally shows Canon can compete in compact system cameras

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It's fair to say we've been highly critical of Canon's compact system camera EOS M line. For a simple reason, though: the Japanese company's mirrorless cameras just haven't been able to stand up against the competition. But that could be about to change.... >>

Nikon D500 review: The best APS-C DSLR ever made?
5.0 stars

Nikon D500 review: The best APS-C DSLR ever made?

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It's been a long time since Nikon launched the D300, a camera that arrived at roughly the same time as the very first iPhone. Yep, that long ago. That camera's successor, the D300S, hit the market last decade too. But now the long wait for a replacement... >>

Insta360 Nano review: The 360-degree camera for iPhone
4.0 stars

Insta360 Nano review: The 360-degree camera for iPhone

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If you use Facebook, you'll have slowly noticed a number of "360" videos appearing in your timeline - videos that encompass a full 360-degree view and put you in control of the playback navigation. There are a number of ways to capture 360 videos and... >>

Hasselblad True Zoom preview: The 10x optical zoom Moto Mod is finally here

Hasselblad True Zoom preview: The 10x optical zoom Moto Mod is finally here

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There has long been talk of a Hasselblad Moto Mod camera module appearing for the Moto Z to transform it into a "proper" camera. And now it, under the True Zoom moniker, is finally here. At Lenovo's IFA press conference in Berlin we got to sample the... >>

Fujifilm X-T2 preview: Continuous autofocus king

Fujifilm X-T2 preview: Continuous autofocus king

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It took us about three minutes to fall in love with the Fujifilm X-T1. So when we were shown the Fujifilm X-T2 ahead of its official unveil, it only took about three seconds. For Fuji's latest compact system camera is, perhaps, the most advanced offering... >>

Manfrotto Digital Director for iPad Air 2 review: Now showing on the big screen

Manfrotto Digital Director for iPad Air 2 review: Now showing on the big screen

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The Manfrotto Digital Director is an intelligent shell that fits around the iPad Air 2, connecting it to your separate camera so you can utilise the tablet's 9.7-inch screen to manage your workflow, plus manage your camera's settings. There's no camera-fiddling... >>