And the winners are...
Pentax has a bit of a stranglehold on this category at the moment and for one good reason… it’s building better entry-level D-SLRs than any of its rivals.
Mirrorless may be on the march, but here is the most convincing argument for buying another D-SLR – and, what’s more, an ‘APS-C’ one. Bravo!
If you really need more of everything in a D-SLR, the Canon EOS-1D X II is without peer… which is why it wins here.
It’s hard to see how Panasonic could improve on the Lumix TZ110 as a travel camera, and it comfortably wins the crown in this category.
Outstanding imaging performance wins the day… this and the Sony's overall brilliance as a hybrid stills/video camera.
If you love cameras for simply being cameras, you can’t help but fall in love with the X-Pro2.
Olympus’s much-anticipated new OM-D flagship, the E-M1 Mark II is now available to Australia priced at $2799 for the body only.
Awards from both TIPA and Sigma saw C.R. Kennedy & Company's photographic brands recognised during Photokina in Cologne.
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