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Nikon Z9 review so far

The Z9 is Nikon’s flagship camera, engineered to delight pro sports and wildlife photographers, high-end videographers and pretty much everyone inbetween. Find out how it performed during an afternoon of track cycling at London’s Olympic Velodrome!…

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Fujifilm INSTAX mini EVO review

The INSTAX mini EVO is a digital instant camera with a screen and a built-in printer to make physical copies. It can also be used as a wireless printer for your phone. But does it lack the vintage charm we know and love from analogue INSTAX cameras? Find out in my review!…

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Panasonic Lumix GH6 review

The Panasonic Lumix GH6 is the latest in a hugely popular series of mirrorless cameras aimed at hybrid shooters and videographers. Based on the Micro Four Thirds standard, the GH6 boasts 4k 120p, internal 5.7k ProRes, unlimited recording with active cooling and a new 25 MP sensor! Find out more in my review!…

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OM System Olympus OM-1 review

The Olympus OM-1 is the flagship mirrorless camera from OM System, sharing the same name as the classic film SLR celebrating its 50th anniversary. OM System gave me a brief chance to try out the OM-1 for my hands-on preview, so I can tell you all about what’s new and how it fits into the line-up. …

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Canon EOS R5C review

The Canon EOS R5C is a hybrid cinema camera based on the EOS R5 and aimed at pro videographers. It resolves many of the frustrations of the original model, now able to avoid overheating thanks to a cooling fan and vents. There’s more besides so join me for my hands-on review of the R5C vs the original R5!…

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DJI Mavic 3 Review

The Mavic 3 is DJI’s flagship folding camera drone. It’s the first to feature dual cameras mounted on the same gimbal: a Hasselblad four-thirds sensor and a 28x hybrid zoom. Find out why it’s best in its class in our review!…

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Fujifilm GFX50S II review so far

The Fujifilm GFX50S Mark II is a medium format mirrorless camera with 51.4 Megapixels and built-in stabilisation. It takes the body of the GFX100S but fits it with the 51.4 Megapixel sensor from the original GFX models to hit a more affordable price point while still delivering more than enough detail for most of us. Here’s my review so far!…

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