Tthe E-M10 Mark III best epitomises the benefits of the mirrorless configuration – a little camera that punches way above its weight.
A camera that delivers in every department, including the handling, ergonomics and user interface. It’s a real joy to use… and the rewards are many.
Supertelephoto focal lengths from 400mm to 600mm in a lens only marginally bigger than a 70-200mm f2.8 zoom is a real luxury. That the image quality is so good is something extra special.
Truly beautiful visual characteristics, balancing definition and smoothness in a way that’s mesmerising.
It simply delivers on every level – looks, handling and results.
Inclusive, affordable, accessible and versatile - Fujifilm's GFX 50S is our digital medium format camera of the year.
The helpful D-SLR - Canon's completely redesigned monitor-based user interface, which replaces the standard info screen with a ‘Guided’ display, brings D-SLR abilities to those who previously found it all too hard.
A lot of Leica users prefer their M series rangefinder cameras to look as low-key as possible – you can buy a version that even deletes the famous ‘red dot’ badge. So how about an M camera’s that’s actually all coloured red?
The winning shot in the Food For Celebration category sponsored by Champagne Taittinger could already be tucked up in your archive of party pictures!
The original Thambar-M 90mm f2.2 prime was introduced in 1935, and was known for its soft-focus characteristics - which have been retained in this new version.
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