Sony’s lower-priced SLT-series D-SLR got a bit hidden behind its big brother so it’s been given an update and launched on its own so it can get the attention it deserves. Report by Paul Burrows.
3D imaging continues to gain momentum and Fujifilm’s updated Real 3D stereoscopic digital compact makes the idea even more appealing. Report by Paul Burrows.
Instant photography refuses to die and Fujifilm is helping keep it alive with its funky Instax Mini cameras which help emphasise the fun factor.
The Lomography people continue to rage against the precision and predictability of digital imaging with a 360+ degree panorama film camera that’s unlikely to do anything exactly the same way twice. Report by Paul Burrows.
Pentax really gets down to business with its first enthusiast-level D-SLR throwing out a huge challenge to its rivals and providing a realistic alternative for anybody in search of a ‘serious’ camera. Paul Burrows tries out the K10D.
Redesigned both inside and out Canon's fourth generation 'small format' D-SLR sets new standards in every department. One day there will be a better D-SLR than this ... but we'll probably have to wait a while.
In recognition that the 35mm rangefinder camera really does come into its own with wide-angle lenses Cosina has revamped the Voigtländer Bessa to make this more convenient… and allow faster shooting.
It’s baaack! You’re a persuasive lot… so much so that Fujifilm has relented and brought back the original ISO 50 speed (on a good day) Velvia with its in-your-face primary colours and super fine grain. Now all you have to do is buy the stuff… lots of it.
Wisely Panasonic hasn’t meddled too much with the successful formula that is its TZ-series compacts… except for improving it. Paul Burrows finds the TZ11 is still the ideal travel companion.
The classic ‘fast fifty’ back only this time with the benefits of modern lens design and manufacturing technologies. Paul Burrows finds that Sigma’s 50mm f1.4 represents a new standard.
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