With 35mm-based D-SLRs being used for applications which were once the domain of larger format film cameras the tilt/shift lens has renewed importance and Nikon is offering the convenience of auto aperture control. Report by Paul Burrows.
Following the D300S Nikon’s ‘big pixels’ D3 gets the ‘S pack’ upgrade boosting its high ISO performance and adding HDV recording capabilities. A good thing made better reports Paul Burrows.
Want a camera that can take more punishment than you? Olympus’s latest mju Tough model can cope with water (lots of it) shocks sub-zero temperatures and high loads. Yes but can it take good pictures? Paul Burrows finds out.
Entry-level D-SLRs continue to offer phenomenal value for money as evidenced in Olympus’s ‘new and improved’ E-420. Report by Paul Burrows.
Canon promises high ISO performance and high resolution with its Mk.II EOS 5D but does it deliver? Paul Burrows finds out.
Sony’s much-anticipated assault on the top-end of the D-SLR market is spear-headed by a camera that’s a fascinating combination of traditional styling and state-of-the-art technologies. Report by Paul Burrows.
The A900 upped the ante in pro-level D-SLR value-for-money and now the A850 lops another grand off the bottom line with very little impact of performance or capabilities. Report by Paul Burrows.
Ricoh’s out-of-left-field interpretation of the compact system camera brief has had a slow start but the arrival of new lens modules and a welcome revision of local pricing should help generate more interest. Report by Paul Burrows.
Leica’s track record with its ‘home grown’ digital cameras has been a bit patchy at best but it all comes together beautifully in the M9; the world’s first digital RF camera with a 35mm-sized sensor. Report by Paul Burrows.
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