Sony RX100 V review

Sony’s RX100 V is the fifth model in its enormously successful line of compacts for enthusiasts. It keeps the body, tilting selfie-screen, popup viewfinder and 24-70mm lens of the Mark IV. But the 20 Megapixel sensor now features 315 embedded phase-detect AF points and shoots at 24fps with CAF. Find out if it’s the best high-end compact in my review!…

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Panasonic Lumix LX10 / LX15 review

Panasonic’s Lumix LX10 / LX15 is a premium compact with a 1in / 20 Megapixel sensor, 3x / 24-72mm zoom, 4k video and tilting touchscreen. The LX10 / LX15 boasts the brightest lens in its class with an f1.4-2.8 aperture and very close focusing too. Find out how it compares against Canon’s G7X Mark II and Sony’s RX100 series in Gordon’s review!…

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Canon G9X review

Canon’s PowerShot G9X represents the continuing evolution of pocket cameras: small and smart like many of its predecessors, but crucially packing a larger 1in sensor. The sensor is the key here as it’s three to four times larger than those in most phones and compact cameras, allowing the G9X to deliver noticeably better quality in…

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