We recently asked our readers to tell us which camera they’d love to buy if money were no object and which camera they would realistically buy within their current budget. The results were pretty interesting…
Welcome to our weekly photography news section, with the stories that matter to serious photographers from the week of 17-23 November 2014.
Sony A7s review: The Sony Alpha 7s adds a slew of new professional features to the company’s popular full-frame compact camera. Our head of testing put it through its paces in her latest review video.
Sony has unveiled the successor to its popular alpha 77, launching the Sony A77 II. Chief among the new features on the Sony A77 II spec sheet is Sony’s latest-generation 24.3-megapixel Exmor CMOS sensor (APS-C) and BIONZ X image processing engine.
Sony RX10 review: is Sony’s premium bridge camera with a 1in sensor and an f/2.8 constant aperture set to change the camera market, or will its price tag hold it back?
Sony a5000 review: Sony’s beginner CSC adds Wi-Fi and a better processor, but is it enough? Find out in our Sony a5000 review video.
Sony A6000 hands-on review: Sony’s 24.3-megapixel APS-C version of the Sony A7 boasts a number of interesting features. We take a look at some of the signature specs in our Sony A6000 hands-on review video.
The Sony Alpha a3000 combines the Alpha and NEX systems in a new entry-level camera. But is it any good? Find out in our Sony a3000 review video.
Released within weeks of each other, the Nikon Df and Sony A7R offer their own unique selling points for photographers. But which full-frame camera is the better buy? Find out in our Nikon Df vs Sony A7R comparison.
Looking for a new full-frame camera? The new Sony A7R and Nikon D800 share what is widely believed to be the same 36.3-megapixel sensor, and, in fact, Marcus Hawkins finds their spec sheets match up on a number of levels in his Sony A7R vs Nikon D800 comparison.