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Nikon D780 review – preview

The Nikon D780 is a DSLR with a 24 Megapixel full-frame sensor, uncropped 4k video with autofocus, 7fps bursts and a tilting touchscreen. Essentially upgrading the best-selling D750 with the live view and movie benefits of the Z6 mirrorless, it looks set to be a tempting option for those who still prefer DSLR viewfinders and bodies. Check out my preview. …

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Nikon COOLPIX A1000 review

The Nikon COOLPIX A1000 is a pocket super-zoom camera with a 35x range that updates the earlier A900 with a decent electronic viewfinder, touch screen, some new controls, and RAW shooting, all at a price that’s very competitive. In his full review, Ken compares it against its major rival from Panasonic!…

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Zhongyi Mitakon Speedmaster 50mm f0.95 III review

The Mitakon Speedmaster 50mm f0.95 III is an exotic and unusual lens: one of only three f0.95 models available for full-frame bodies at the time of writing, and by far the cheapest too. Available in Sony E, Canon RF and Nikon Z-Mounts, we tested it against luxury f0.95 rivals in our full review! …

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Panasonic Lumix TZ95 ZS80 review

The Panasonic Lumix TZ95 / ZS80 is a pocket super-zoom camera packing a 30x optical range, 20 Megapixel sensor, 4k video, flip-up touchscreen and built-in viewfinder. It updates its predecessor with a more detailed viewfinder and Bluetooth for easier wireless. In his full review, Ken compares it against the Nikon COOLPIX A1000 and other rivals!…

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Olympus OMD EM5 III review

The Olympus OMD EM5 III is a mid-range mirrorless camera aimed at those who value portability and handheld use without compromising features and quality. It inherits the 20 Megapixel sensor from the EM1 II which finally brings it confident autofocus and 4k video, while also boasting improved built-in stabilisation in a slightly lighter but still weather-sealed body. Check out my in-depth review!…

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DJI Mavic Mini review

The DJI Mavic Mini is a compact and lightweight drone weighing just 249g, with a half hour maximum flight time and a 12 Megapixel camera with 2.7k video on a three-axis stabilised gimbal. It’s DJI’s smallest, lightest and cheapest drone to date, aimed at first-time pilots who want to explore aerial photo and videography. Find out why it could be the drone you’ve been waiting for in Adam’s review!…

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Fujifilm X-Pro 3 review

Fujifilm’s X-Pro3 becomes the joint flagship in the mirrorless X-series, sharing the same 26 Megapixel APSC sensor as the X-T3, but adding the hybrid optical and electronic viewfinder of earlier models coupled with a cunning approach to displays and some neat processing extras. A different camera deserves a different review, so check out my hands-on field test from Florence, Italy!…

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Samyang AF 35mm f1.4 FE review

The Samyang AF 35mm f1.4 FE is a mild wide-angle prime lens for Sony’s Alpha mirrorless cameras. It offers a bright aperture and autofocus, and is priced below the Sony FE 35mm f1.4 ZA, FE 35mm f1.8 and even the FE 35mm f2.8 ZA. Find out why it gives you a lot of bang for your buck in Thomas’s full review which includes many comparisons with rivals!…

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Canon RF 70-200mm f2.8L IS USM review so far

The Canon RF 70-200mm f2.8L IS USM is a bright telephoto zoom for the full-frame EOS R mirrorless system. It’s shorter and lighter than the EF version and focuses closer too, although – spoiler alert – the barrel now extends as you zoom it. I went hands-on for my first-looks preview!…

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Sigma 14-24mm f2.8 DG DN Art review so far

The Sigma 14-24mm f2.8 DG DN Art is an ultra-wide-angle lens designed for full-frame mirrorless cameras and available in the Sony E and Leica L mounts, the latter working on Leica, Panasonic and Sigma L-mount bodies. Ahead of our in-depth review, I tried the L-mount version on a Lumix S1R and Sigma fp to bring you a broad range of sample images!…

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