It’s a four-way fight to the finish! But which of these sporting giants will be first over the line? We check the specs that count in our Canon 7D Mark II vs Canon EOS-1D X vs Nikon D4s vs Samsung NX1 comparison.
Nikon D750 review: is Nikon’s new full-frame DSLR the perfect camera for enthusiasts? Find out in our Nikon D750 review video.
Android or iPhone, you ask? It’s up there with ‘Canon vs Nikon’ among the most hotly contested questions of our digital age. We all know that a DSLR is ideal, but we also know that the best camera is the one you have on you.
With this in mind, our Android vs iPhone comparison aims to find out which platform offers the most creativity and control for serious photographers.
What does the future of photography hold in terms of digital camera technology? Aside from improved dynamic range, focusing speed and high ISO performance, what new camera features will take picture quality to the next level and make photography easier and more fun? Here are some suggestions for the next generation of cameras…
Canon EOS 7D Mark II hands-on review: our testing team got an early look at Canon’s EOS 7D replacement. Here’s what they thought.
The Canon EOS 7D Mark II – price tag at £1,599.99 / €1,999.99 – has been announced at Photokina 2014, adding many features found in the flagship EOS-1D X.
The Samsung NX1 – price £1,299 (approx US$2110/AU$1,175) – has been announced at Photokina 2014, and this new Samsung camera offers 4K video recording, a 28MP back-illuminated sensor, 15fps shooting and 205 AF points.
Photokina 2014 is here! The biannual photography trade show in Germany generates much excitement around what new cameras, lenses, software and other photo accessories will be released at the show.
What does the new iPhone 6’s camera offer photographers? There were a few key upgrades to the most popular smartphone camera on Earth. We explain what they are…
Nikon has announced the 24.3MP, full-frame Nikon D750 – price tag £1799.99 / €2,149 body only, with a release date set for 23 September 2014 – with built-in WiFi and Nikon’s first FX-format camera with a vari-angle tilting LCD screen.