Classic Polaroid cameras like the SX70 are still in demand.
With the D4 and the D800 being launched so close together inevitably there have been comparisons, but the two are actually very different animals.
The least well known of Fujifilm’s X-series cameras is possibly also the most remarkable model in the family.
Ricoh’s first 16 megapixel camera unit for the GXR system matches its all-new ‘APS-C’ sensor with a high-performance 24-85mm zoom.
The seventh generation of Panasonics popular 'travel Zoom' compact once more ups the ante for its rivals trying to keep up.
Fujifilm’s first ‘mirrorless’ interchangeable lens camera continues the retro styling theme of the X100, but is designed to be much more of a workhorse than a pretty plaything.
The pro-level A3+ format photo printers may still be a bit pricey, but it still delivers plenty of performance.
Can the third-generation model keep up the momentum now there’s some serious Competition?
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