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Sony A6000

Latest review: It's on the market for quite a while now but it still holds its value. It has good built quality, a nice grip and a perfect size to be carry around all day. This camera offers a lot of great features

Sony Alpha A7 III

Latest review: Switched from cannon to Sony and couldn’t be happier! Light weight, takes great photos and the built in stabilisation/gamble makes it perfect for video. I got it with the 85mm f1.4 and the 16 to 35 f

Olympus PEN Lite E-PL5

Latest review: I have always owned compact digital cameras, but the Olympus E-PL5 was my first entry into the "DSLR" world. On the recommendation of a friend, I looked at the Micro 4:3 format rather than full DSLR,

Olympus OM-D E-M1

Latest review: Until recently I had been an avid one eyed Canon Camera user having 3 in my collection until I was introduced to the Olympus OMD EM1. It is so very simple to get along with. It only really requires

Fujifilm X-T20

Latest review: I have been looking out for a small compact mirrorless camera for sometimes before finally decide to go with Fuji XT20 with 27mm f/2.8. 18-55 mm f/2.8 at $1040 after Fuji's cash back offer. The

Sony A6500

Latest review: This camera is slightly bigger and heavier than A6000 and A6300 and it feels more premium and solid. It's made for any occasion, featuring 4D focus technology, 5-axis image stabilization, 4K 120

Olympus OM-D E-M10

Latest review: The OM-D E-M10 is as easy to use as a compact "point and shoot" but with pretty much all the features of a full blown DSLR. In fact the size will make people think it is in fact a large P&S rather

Fujifilm X-T2

Latest review: There is another review by me of the X-T20 which is a beautiful camera but I found it a little small in my hands so I did a deal with an artist friend. She got the camera and I'll get 2 of her

Nikon 1 J3

Latest review: This is the perfect family camera it is small enough to take every where and takes amazing pictures of my kids. It is shock proof so i can let the kids have a go without worry it will break. I love

Canon EOS M3

Latest review: Really handy camera that is easy to use and has all you could need. The external mic input sold me ultimately as many other cameras in the same range don't offer a mic input and I wanted to be able

Sony Alpha A7R II

Latest review: Best camera I own for the time being. With a 42M IBIS* sensor, 5 frames/sec, over 400 focusing points, ISO invariance*, you can't possibly get wrong with a shot (you are out of luck if you did). As

Fujifilm X-Pro1

Latest review: Well, what can you say...perfect. Used this in Germany for a horse show and at Nurburgring - all moving objects and showed how versatile the focus system is. The 55-200 lens (optional) is

Sony Alpha A7S

Latest review: Great camera, the quality of the 4k is great, 120fps on the 1080 is also amazing. I love the low light capabilities, one of the main reasons I bought this camera. My only issues is with the Image

Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II

Latest review: If you're looking for a great camera that does it all look no further than the OM-D EM-5 MII. This camera is a micro 4/3 meaning the body is smaller and lighter than a traditional DSLR. High quality

Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II

Latest review: Fairly full featured camera and easy to start straight away and learn more as you go. Viewfinder is handy and I bought a 2 lens kit which gives me a fair range of shots. Menu is long as are the

Fujifilm XT-1

Latest review: Last year I purchased a Fujifilm X-T1 mirrorless camera to use while travelling around. I've only ever used my DSLR while travelling, and being a full frame camera accompanied by a large piece of

Canon EOS M5

Latest review: I mostly shoot Canon (plus a few older film cameras). Canon has been notoriously slow to the mirrorless market, and their first few mirrorless releases were ordinary to say the least. But the M5

Fujifilm X-A1

Latest review: I Bought this camera just few days ago, and seriously, this little camera have everything that you need. Basically, is a perfect upgrade from your compact camera. The main power of this camera,

Panasonic Lumix DMC-G7

Latest review: Amazing camera for its price. Can film amazing video footage i n 4K resolution! Pictures are very good too but prefer my old Canon as the colors are better. The 2 lenses the camera came with are

Olympus OM-D E-M5

Latest review: I have switched to Micro 4/3 for work use and the E-M5 will handle most jobs at ease. I shoot a lot of product indoors with studio lights and also outdoor architectural work. The small size makes it

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