A brand new ‘APS-C’ D-SLR for under $500? How does Canon do it? Ah, well, suffice to say it will still make a profit on every one it sells.
Star of stills and screen, Canon’s EOS 5D has been its most successful D-SLR, and the 4th-gen model is designed to keep it at the top of its game.
Fujifilm’s mid-range RF-style X Mount camera receives a comprehensive upgrade – more res, more focusing points and more speed everywhere.
The Lumix G9 is Panasonic’s answer to the OM-D E-M1 Mark II, and so another mirrorless challenger to higher-end D-SLRs.
The original EOS 6D's full-35mm sensor was still a big plus. The Mark II is the much more complete machine, especially if your budget won’t stretch to a 5D Mark IV.
When Canon says that the G1X III is “the best compact camera we have ever made”, you have to sit up and take some notice.
If you’re into sports or wildlife photography, the new 100-400mm telezoom is arguably one of Tamron's best recent new arrivals.
In one way or another, Polaroid has never really gone away, but this amounts to getting the old band back together...
The original 35mm film CL was designed to widen Leica’s appeal among enthusiast photographers and its digital namesake is intended to do exactly the same thing.
Canon finally reveals a very competitive mirrorless camera. Good news for Canon fans, bad news for the rest of the mirrorless world.
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