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Sony A6400 review – so far

The Sony A6400 is a mid-range mirrorless camera with a 24 Megapixel APSC sensor, 4k video, built-in viewfinder and touchscreen that flips-up by 180 degrees to face the subject. Successor to both the A5100 and A6000 it could be Sony’s best camera yet for vlogging. Check out my review-so-far!…

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Sony A9 review

Sony’s Alpha A9 is a pro mirrorless camera with a 24 Megapixel full-frame sensor and fully electronic shutter featuring 20fps shooting, silent and vibration-free operation, no viewfinder blackout, 4k video, and autofocus across the whole frame. Find out why it’s as compelling for sports pros as it is wedding and event shooters in my review!…

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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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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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Sony Alpha A99 Mark II preview

Sony’s Alpha A99 Mark II is a full-frame professional A-mount body with a 42.4 Megapixel back-illuminated sensor, 12fps con tenuous shooting with AF, built-in five-axis stabilisation and 4k video. Announced in September 2016, it comes four years after the previous A99 which itself followed four years after the original A900. The 42.4 Megapixel sensor features…

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