Cameras and camcorder reviews

Cameras and camcorder reviews

Canon EOS Rebel SL2 / EOS 200D review

The Canon EOS Rebel SL2 (EOS 200D outside the US) is one of Canon’s most compact DSLRs, designed to appeal to those who are looking for a small and unintimidating camera, but want image quality that surpasses that from a compact model.  However, while the original Rebel SL1 / 100D arrived some four years ago […]

Fujifilm Instax Square SQ10

The Instagram kids of today might think they invented the hyper-stylised, 1:1 square image, although of course their parents were happily printing and sharing such snaps with Polaroid cameras many moons ago. But such is the popularity of image-heavy social media platforms that big-name camera manufacturers are revisiting the point, shoot and print market with […]

Canon EOS 6D Mark II review

We’ve been waiting quite a while for the Canon EOS 6D Mark II to arrive. In fact, it’s some five years since the original Canon EOS 6D was announced – and at the time it was the most affordable full-frame DSLR available. While it lacked some of the more desirable features found on Canon’s pricier […]

Sony FDR-X3000R

All action cameras are now promising 4K at 30fps, from the GoPro Hero5 Black to the YI 4K Action Camera, but Sony’s effort is about a lot more than just resolution and frame rate. The diminutive FDR-X3000R’s biggest claim is Balanced Optical SteadyShot (B.O.SS) image stabilization, which works across all resolutions and recording modes. Also claiming […]

Nikon D7500 review

The Nikon D7500 marks the biggest departure yet for Nikon’s D7xxx series of enthusiast-focused DSLRs, with the camera borrowing quite a bit of the tech from Nikon’s top-of-the-range DX-format DSLR, the mighty D500. Nikon is keen to stress, however, that this new camera isn’t a direct replacement for the D7200, which will continue to feature […]

Canon EOS M6

The successor to 2015’s EOS M3, Canon’s EOS M6 arrives with a handful of features inherited from its relatively new big brother, the flagship EOS M5. The two share similar intentions and are aimed towards a similar kind of user, but with a slightly pared-down feature set, the EOS M6 arrives with a more appealing […]

DJI Inspire 2 review

The DJI Inspire 1 made quite a splash when it first launched, offering a raft of cutting-edge features and the ability to swap out the camera lens depending on your shooting goals. It’s still one of the best drones around, but the market is evolving – and that’s where the Inspire 2 comes in. While […]

Canon EOS 6D Mark II

The original Canon EOS 6D was the most affordable full-frame DSLR available when it was launched some five years ago. While it probably lacked some of the headline-grabbing specs of pricier models, it offered users a sound entry into full-frame photography.  With a raft of rival models now overshadowing the EOS 6D, rumours of an […]

Canon EOS Rebel SL2 / EOS 200D

With the recent expansion of its EOS-M mirrorless system, and with its compacts getting steadily more powerful, it seems that Canon has already catered well for those who are after a camera that’s small and unintimidating, but still powerful enough to take excellent shots. Nevertheless, it’s great to see the brand refreshing the entry route […]

Manfrotto Xume

If you’ve got a stack of circular photo filters nestled in your camera bag, or even a single trusty polarizer tucked away in a pocket, the chances are that you’ve wasted a good amount of time out in the field screwing them onto your lens and removing them again – perhaps in the bitter cold […]

Sony Alpha A9

The Sony Alpha A9 has quite a job on its hands. While the likes of Fujifilm’s X-T2 and Sony’s own Alpha A7R II have tempted some pros, particularly studio and landscape photographers, to trade-in their DSLR kit, it’s been a harder challenge to get sports and action photographers to give up their Canon and Nikon […]

Canon PowerShot G9 X Mark II

Premium compact cameras with 1.0-inch sensors have carved out a bit of a niche for themselves over the last few years.  This is thanks to these relatively large sensors delivering much better image quality than the thumbnail-sized chips that are found in most compact cameras, while they’ve come to appeal to a broad range of […]

YI 4K Action Camera

Everyone knows that GoPro makes the best action cams (or POV cams) for extreme sports enthusiasts, and that the GoPro Hero5 Black is what everyone’s using to shoot 4K at 30fps. Everyone, that is, except YI Technology, which is tackling GoPro head-on by matching a lot of the specs of its rival.  Ultra-detailed 4K at […]

Canon PowerShot SX730 HS

Smartphones may well have replaced entry-level compact cameras for most day-to-day shooting, but one market they’ve yet to successfully crash is that of the long-zoom camera. If you really need to home in on far-away details, the only practical solution is either an interchangeable lens camera with a telephoto optic or a compact camera with […]

DJI Spark

The DJI Spark is smaller than a can of soda, making it the most compact and lightest drone from the popular drone maker. However, while it’s surprisingly tiny, we’re far more impressed with how almost anyone could fly it thanks to several new smart features. With a starting price of just $499 (about £390, AU$670), […]

DJI Inspire 1

While many consumer-level drones are aimed at people who want to take long-range selfies or eye-catching Instagram photos of notable landmarks, DJI’s range of UVA devices takes things a little more seriously. These are drones created for professional users who want crisp 4K aerial video footage and pin-sharp photos, and they come with price tags […]

Canon EOS 77D review

When Canon launched the entry-level EOS Rebel T6i / EOS 750D DSLR a couple of years ago, announced alongside it was the Rebel T6s / 760D.  While it was virtually identical to look at, and sported pretty much the same internal feature set, the T6s offered more body-mounted controls and a small LCD display, designed […]

Pentax KP

With no recent activity in its Pentax-branded mirrorless camera lines, Ricoh Imaging has spent the last few years overhauling the brand’s DSLR series. Following the upper-entry-level K-70 and the full-frame K-1, the company has now brought out a model that appears to sit somewhere between those two cameras.  The Pentax KP is launching at a […]

Fujifilm GFX 50S review

With their $20,000 / £20,000 and upwards price tags, medium format cameras have pretty much been the realm of the professional photographer and enthusiasts with seriously deep pockets.  There have been some exceptions – Pentax bought out the 645D in 2010, and while it was by no means cheap, it’s much more palatable price tag […]

Panasonic Lumix ZS70 / TZ90

Back in 2006, Panasonic launched what it claimed to be the world’s smallest compact with a 10x optical zoom, the Lumix ZS1 / TZ1. This was arguably the camera that started the now-popular travel zoom compact category, and Panasonic has contributed consistently to it over the years with very well regarded models. Last year it […]

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