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DJI is taken a very different approach with its new Action camera
With the camera market dwindling over recent years, how can brands invigorate and entice customers? Well, Canon has a pretty good idea: throw everythi...
The first E-P release is eight years is here, so has it been worth the wait? Now under new ownership, this is what the E-P7 is all about.
The updated version of the GH5 mirrorless Micro Four Thirds is here. It's safe to say that it's a modest upgrade - but there are key benefits.
Sony's high-end camera delivers an experience like no other Alpha - or, really, like any other camera out there. But it does cost a packet!
A very powerful action camera - but is it a worthy upgrade or first purchase and does it keep the action camera genre relevant?
The first Fujifilm X series camera to offer an adjustable screen that faces forward. But there's more to this camera than looking in the mirror.
Read why the third-gen A7S full-frame stills and video camera is so impressive. For consumer videographers it's almost unrivalled.
The second-generation full-frame Nikon is here, the Z6 II, with mildly improved burst shooting compared to the original. So what else is improved?
DJI's follow up to the Osmo Pocket is a suped-up and glorious camera-and-gimbal system for super-smooth 4K video capture.
Sony's A7C takes full-frame to a whole, tiny new level. But does it deliver as big?
The 2020 X-T mirrorless model brings faster burst, better battery life, and more. But with the same sensor as the X-T3 before it, does it make sense?
This is Fujifilm focusing on simplifying design - but the camera's feature set it still high spec. Is it a sensible solution for a whole new audience?
If you're looking for a small-scale full-frame camera that's also a video capture ace then there's nothing to outclass the S5 at this price point.
The low-res entry in Canon's full-frame mirrorless camera line-up delivers great quality and autofocus. But is it competitive? Read on...
Nikon's more affordable full-frame mirrorless camera has a host of impressive features. But how does it stack up in use? Read our review for more...
The second-gen in Fuji's entry-level mirrorless adds improved autofocus and a bunch of additional features. Is it a safe bet?
The third-gen OM-D E-M1 brings sensational image stabilisation and exquisite shooting modes. The sensor hasn't advanced much, but the feature set has.
Designed with vloggers in mind, this compact camera has great video and sound tools. Is it the camera to up your YouTube game?
The X100V is unusual, but its specialist appeal is abundant. Great quality from that fixed lens and one-of-a-kind viewfinder is what really sells it.
GoPro Max review: Everything an action camera should be
Sony's ultra-high-res full-frame mirrorless camera sports 61-megapixels. But what's its overall feature set like and does it trump the MkIII model?
Following the R launch in 2018, the RP targets would-be DSLR buyers as a more entry-level full-frame mirrorless option. But does it make sense to buy?
Sony's powerful, portable compact camera is a fantastic advertisement for the limping segment of the market.
With an all-new 32.5-megapixel sensor, capable of 4K video capture, the 90D is a similar-looking but altogether different beast from the outgoing 80D.
This third-gen top-end mirrorless hides away the LCD screen for a truer film-like shooting experience. Its hybrid viewfinder is better than ever too.
The most powerful A6000 series mirrorless camera to date. If you're after a compact, premium camera with all the bells and whistles, is this the one?
The G80's update has a higher resolution sensor, better video capture, more buttons and other goodies. Is it the sub-£1k mirrorless camera to buy?
The mirrorless version of the Nikon D7500, the Z50 - which uses Z mount lenses with a DX crop sensor (not full-frame) - is mirrorless for enthusiasts.
Fujifilm's enthusiast mirrorless camera; the third-gen model brings faster focus, touch control, greater speed and 4K60 video capture. It's superb.
Canon's full-frame mirrorless camera comes with a new lens mount and a stack of features. Does it represent the future, or spell imminent failure?
Canon's entry-level DSLR is ideal for beginners or progressing photographers, with decent Full HD capture (there's 4K too) and a selfie-capable screen
The 2019 GoPro action camera offers more powerful processing, even more stable footage, built-in mounting arms, and a range of professional mods too.
The MkII mirrorless camera adds new controls and ups the resolution to a massive 32.5MP. Is it a high-res success, or does the competition better it?
Smaller than its predecessor, with a pop-up viewfinder, this Canon, with its 1-inch sensor, is gunning for Sony RX territory. Does it succeed?
The pocketable compact with large 1-inch sensor now features a microphone input - making it a niche but interesting proposition for some.
We played with the medium format GFX100. Here's what its 102-megapixel images are like, based on final production samples. Worth the £10k?
DJI's latest product is one of its first not to include its trademark physical gimbal, but don't expect shaky footage.
Panasonic's first full-frame mirrorless cameras, the S1 and S1R, have arrived. But is the S1 bold enough to take on its Nikon and Sony competitors?
This 25-400mm superzoom refreshes the 2014 original with a new body design and some other nips and tucks. What's new and is it the best bridge camera?
A mirrorless system with E-mount lenses, the A6400 offers great autofocus and subject-tracking in a compact format factor.
The lower-resolution full-frame mirrorless of Nikon's two debut Z series cameras is a well-built, capable camera with superb image quality potential.
The GR III is coming to Europe, priced £800/€900. We got to play with the high-end, fixed-lens, APS-C sensor compact to see if it still appeals.
Small, light, and with great image quality: the X-T30 mirrorless camera adds a joystick control and enhances autofocus over its X-T20 predecessor.
Looking for a palm-sized stabilised camera? This pocket-friendly gimbal and camera combination from DJI is without compare for both video and stills.
The second-gen Lumix LX100 keeps the same 24-75mm f/1.7-2.8 lens, but adds touchscreen, a 17MP Micro Four Thirds sensor and more. Is it a worthy
The Sony A7R III is the epitome of quality, whatever your genre of photography. It's one of the first mirrorless cameras to outsmart a DSLR.
The XF10 features an APS-C sensor and f/2.8 aperture, making for great image quality. But poor performance affect its potential for perfection.
2018's top-spec EOS M mirrorless combines a built-in vari-angle touchscreen and electronic viewfinder, plus performance that's finally competitive.
The 6th gen Sony RX100 compact is as good as ever: a pop-up viewfinder, exceptional autofocus and ace image quality from its 1in sensor mean it excels