Sony has announced the Sony A7S II – price tag €3,400 – with internal 4K movie recording and a staggering sensitivity range up to 409,600.
The Sony A7R II – price tag £2,599/$3,198 body only – is the latest addition to Sony’s CSC range and boasts 42.4 million pixels. Find out how it delivers in our full Sony A7R II Review.
Recently, our testing team got to grips with six of the best action cameras on the market to see which camera best suits your needs.
It’s the first Panasonic compact system camera to feature a 20 million pixel sensor – find out how it delivers in our full Panasonic GX8 review.
Our head of testing has had the new Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II for the past couple weeks before it was announced this morning. You can watch her short video to see what’s inside this new Olympus camera.
With its new 20.8 million pixel CX-format (one-inch) sensor, the Nikon 1 J5 has the highest resolution of any Nikon 1 camera yet, and it’s stylish, practical, and small enough to compete with regular compact cameras, not just other CSCs.
In her Nikon 1 J5 review video, Amy Davies highlights some of the key specs and features and takes a look at the camera’s performance.
In this quick video guide, our head of testing, Angela Nicholson, takes the Panasonic G7 into the photo studio to take a look at the new options available, and tests the new Panasonic camera’s 4K burst (start/stop) mode.
Panasonic finally breaks the 20 million pixel barrier – see how it fares in our hands-on review of the new Panasonic GX8.
Panasonic G7 review: 4K is the big headline feature of the Panasonic Lumix G7 – and it’s not just for videographers. Find out how it performs in our review.
With the same sensor and processor as its bigger brother, the Fuji X-T10 should be popular amongst novices after a Fuji on a budget. Find out how it fares in our in-depth review.