Nikon has upgraded or revised every key element of its pro-level D-SLR, so is it a dream machine or a dinosaur? Regardless, the new autofocus system is a revelation.
Epson’s gloss-orientated R2000 has gained a loyal following and it now gets the ‘SureColor’ makeover with some refinements to keep it competitive.
BenQ's displays are well-known, but the company is now also making photo monitors. Its 27-inch SW Series panel was good enough to win a 2016 TIPA Award.
Already an absolute gem of a camera, Olympus has made its entry-level OM-D model even more enticing with a restyled design that’s pure OM in spirit.
Paying homage to the half-frame camera that established Olympus’s reputation, the PEN-F is big on both looks and capabilities.
If you’re truly serious about your print, Canon's pro-grade A2 printerbalances high performance with comparative affordability and prosumer usability.
If you could only have one camera with one lens, the cohesiveness of the FujiFilm X100T would have to put it at the top of many photographers’ lists.
The overall attraction of the X30 is that it’s just so enjoyable to use and, despite the small sensor, it’s capable of delivering truly superb results.
The Nikon Coolpix P7800 stands out as an accomplished all-rounder with a hard-to-beat combination of features, flexibility and performance.
Epson’s new EcoTank printers may well represent a mini revolution in inkjet printing. But how do we rate their potential for photographers?
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