Author archives: Ken McMahon

Sony Cyber-shot RX10 III review

The RX10 III updates Sony’s high-end Bridge Super-zoom retaining its predecessor’s 1 inch 20 Megapixel sensor, 4k video, super-slow motion modes, electronic viewfinder and flip-up 3-inch screen. What’s new is the lens, tripling the reach of the earlier RX10 II with a range of 24-600mm. Find out if it’s the bridge camera for you in Ken’s review.…

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Nikon COOLPIX B700 review

The Nikon COOLPIX B700 is a mid-range super-zoom with a 60x range and 16 Megapixels. It has a hinged screen, records 4k video and features built-in Wifi with Nikon’s SnapBridge technology. It’s a good specification for the money, but up against compelling competition. Find out of it’s worth spending the extra in Ken’s review!…

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Panasonic Lumix FZ2000 / FZ2500 review

The Panasonic Lumix FZ2000 / FZ2500 is a high-end DSLR-styled super-zoom camera with a 20x / 24-480mm range, 1in / 20 Megapixel sensor, large EVF, fully-articulated touchscreen and a wealth of pro movie options including unlimited 4k video with 10-bit HDMI output. Is it the bridge you’ve been waiting for? Find out in Ken’s review.…

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Nikon COOLPIX B500 review

The Nikon COOLPIX B500 is a budget super-zoom with 16 Megapixels and a 40x optical. It has a hinged screen, is powered by four AA batteries and features built-in Wifi with Nikon’s SnapBridge. It’s a good specification for the money, but up against compelling competition. Does the B500 hit a sweetspot? Find out in Ken’s review!…

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Olympus TOUGH TG Tracker review

The Olympus Tough TG-Tracker marks a departure from earlier Tough models. It’s a personal action camera designed to compete with the likes of GoPro and its imitators. As such it’s smaller than conventional waterproof compacts and dispenses with a lot of what makes them suitable as general purpose models, the main omission being a zoom…

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