After a busy year in terms of new camera and lens releases, there was plenty of competition in all but one of this year’s CMIA categories.
Olympus ups the ante significantly in the contest to lure sports and action shooters away from their D-SLRs.
The price tag drops it right in the middle of stiff competition from all the key mirrorless camera protagonists, but Nikon’s Z 6 looks to be up to the challenges. To start with, it has many of the Z 7’s goodies.
Tamron’s first Sony FE mirrorless mount lens is a standard zoom with the twin attractions of an f2.8 constant aperture and an affordable price tag.
If you think Fujifilm got the mirrorless camera formula pretty well spot-on with the X-T2, wait until you see what it’s done with the X-T3.
Canon’s full-35mm mirrorless camera system employs a different approach to Nikon’s, continuing the philosophical individuality of the two great rivals.
Definitely worth the wait, but there’s now quite a bit of ground to make up on its better established rivals. It can do it, and here’s why.
The new entry-level X-T series Fujifilm mirrorless camera is based on the X-A5, so cheaper than the X-T20. Is anything that’s important missing?
The Mark III version of the ‘entry-level’ A7 model betters its predecessor in just about every way.
The GX9 might not be quite what you expected,as Panasonic repositions its star RF-styled model, but it’s still a very attractive package.
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