Sony has launched the a6300, its latest entry-level mirror less camera which boasts what Sony claims is the world’s fastest AF speed among interchangeable lens cameras equipped with an APS-C-size sensor.
Canon has unveiled its new flagship DSLR, the Canon EOS-1D X Mark II – price tag £5,199.99/€6,999.99 – featuring a new 20.2-megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor and 4K video capture up to 60p.
The wait is over, and Canon has unveiled its brand new flagship sports, action and press camera, the EOS-1D X Mark II. Find out what’s new in our Canon EOS-1D X Mark II hands-on review.
Olympus has officially unveiled the Olympus Pen-F – price tag £999.99 body only – which features a built-in EVF and 50-megapixel high-resolution shot capability.
Hands-on Fuji X-Pro 2 review: It may look much the same as the X-Pro 1, but there’s quite a lot changed on the inside
Fujifilm blends an APS-C sensor and established technologies into a small body with its latest X70 compact. Get our head of testing’s first impressions in her hands-on Fuji X70 review.
Nikon’s flagship SLR looks set to be the camera of choice for pros at the Olympic games this summer as long as they don’t want to shoot 4K videos longer than 3 minutes. Find out our first impressions in our hands-on Nikon D5 review.
It has a smaller body and sensor than the D5, but the D500 has many of the same components as Nikon’s new top-end camera. Find out our first impressions in our hands-on Nikon D500 review.
Nikon has marked its entry into the action camera market announcing the Nikon KeyMission 360, a wearable camera that records true 360° video in 4K UHD.
Nikon has announced the launch of its new flagship DX-format camera, the Nikon D500 (price tag £1,729.99/€2,329.00 body only), promising many of the powerful features of Nikon’s new flagship FX-format camera, the Nikon D5, announced shortly before.