Canon EOS Rebel T6 / EOS 1300D

Despite their low price point 'entry-level' cameras are incredibly important for manufacturers. These are the cameras with which the consumer starts their journey with a brand – and many of those consumers will stay with that brand for a very long time. Because of this, you can get a lot of camera for relatively little […]

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DJI Inspire 1

While many consumer-level drones are aimed at people who want to take long-range selfies or eye-catching Instagram photos of notable landmarks, DJI's range of UVA devices takes things a little more seriously. These are drones created for professional users who want crisp 4K aerial video footage and pin-sharp photos, and they come with price tags […]

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Canon EOS 77D review

When Canon launched the entry-level EOS Rebel T6i / EOS 750D DSLR a couple of years ago, announced alongside it was the Rebel T6s / 760D.  While it was virtually identical to look at, and sported pretty much the same internal feature set, the T6s offered more body-mounted controls and a small LCD display, designed […]

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Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II

Cameras with a one-inch type sensor are popular right now, with Sony and Panasonic including them in their premium compact cameras along with Canon, whose PowerShot G7 X Mark II is its latest camera to feature one. A one-inch sensor is larger than the sensor in a typical compact, and the main benefit is improved […]

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Nikon D3400

Ever since its popular D40 model back in 2006, Nikon has done well to dismantle the idea of a DSLR needing to be a large, cumbersome machine. Of course, since then the company has released many even more compact mirrorless 1-series cameras aimed at a junior audience, although it’s maintained its footing in the entry-level […]

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Pentax KP

With no recent activity in its Pentax-branded mirrorless camera lines, Ricoh Imaging has spent the last few years overhauling the brand’s DSLR series. Following the upper-entry-level K-70 and the full-frame K-1, the company has now brought out a model that appears to sit somewhere between those two cameras.  The Pentax KP is launching at a […]

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Nikon D500

For a long time the top slot in Nikon's APS-C (DX) format DSLR line-up was occupied by the popular D300S, but that camera dates from 2009 and production ceased ages ago, leaving a vacancy that Nikon photographers have been wanting to see filled for years. During that time there's been plenty of rumour and speculation, […]

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Fujifilm GFX 50S review

With their $20,000 / £20,000 and upwards price tags, medium format cameras have pretty much been the realm of the professional photographer and enthusiasts with seriously deep pockets.  There have been some exceptions – Pentax bought out the 645D in 2010, and while it was by no means cheap, it’s much more palatable price tag […]

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Panasonic Lumix ZS70 / TZ90

Back in 2006, Panasonic launched what it claimed to be the world’s smallest compact with a 10x optical zoom, the Lumix ZS1 / TZ1. This was arguably the camera that started the now-popular travel zoom compact category, and Panasonic has contributed consistently to it over the years with very well regarded models. Last year it […]

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Canon PowerShot SX60 HS

Bridge cameras make for excellent travelling companions, offering the flexibility of a zoom range far larger than any DSLR's lens but in a relatively small body. While in terms of physical size, the SX60 HS isn't far off that of an entry-level DSLR, it features a much smaller sensor. It houses a 16.1MP 1/2.3 inch […]

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