Canon EOS Rebel T6 / EOS 1300D

Despite their low price point 'entry-level' cameras are incredibly important for manufacturers. These are the cameras with which the consumer starts their journey with a brand – and many of those consumers will stay with that brand for a very long time. Because of this, you can get a lot of camera for relatively little […]

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DJI Inspire 1

While many consumer-level drones are aimed at people who want to take long-range selfies or eye-catching Instagram photos of notable landmarks, DJI's range of UVA devices takes things a little more seriously. These are drones created for professional users who want crisp 4K aerial video footage and pin-sharp photos, and they come with price tags […]

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Canon EOS 77D review

When Canon launched the entry-level EOS Rebel T6i / EOS 750D DSLR a couple of years ago, announced alongside it was the Rebel T6s / 760D.  While it was virtually identical to look at, and sported pretty much the same internal feature set, the T6s offered more body-mounted controls and a small LCD display, designed […]

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Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II

Cameras with a one-inch type sensor are popular right now, with Sony and Panasonic including them in their premium compact cameras along with Canon, whose PowerShot G7 X Mark II is its latest camera to feature one. A one-inch sensor is larger than the sensor in a typical compact, and the main benefit is improved […]

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Nikon D3400

Ever since its popular D40 model back in 2006, Nikon has done well to dismantle the idea of a DSLR needing to be a large, cumbersome machine. Of course, since then the company has released many even more compact mirrorless 1-series cameras aimed at a junior audience, although it’s maintained its footing in the entry-level […]

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Pentax KP

With no recent activity in its Pentax-branded mirrorless camera lines, Ricoh Imaging has spent the last few years overhauling the brand’s DSLR series. Following the upper-entry-level K-70 and the full-frame K-1, the company has now brought out a model that appears to sit somewhere between those two cameras.  The Pentax KP is launching at a […]

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Nikon D500

For a long time the top slot in Nikon's APS-C (DX) format DSLR line-up was occupied by the popular D300S, but that camera dates from 2009 and production ceased ages ago, leaving a vacancy that Nikon photographers have been wanting to see filled for years. During that time there's been plenty of rumour and speculation, […]

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Fujifilm GFX 50S review

With their $20,000 / £20,000 and upwards price tags, medium format cameras have pretty much been the realm of the professional photographer and enthusiasts with seriously deep pockets.  There have been some exceptions – Pentax bought out the 645D in 2010, and while it was by no means cheap, it’s much more palatable price tag […]

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Panasonic Lumix ZS70 / TZ90

Back in 2006, Panasonic launched what it claimed to be the world’s smallest compact with a 10x optical zoom, the Lumix ZS1 / TZ1. This was arguably the camera that started the now-popular travel zoom compact category, and Panasonic has contributed consistently to it over the years with very well regarded models. Last year it […]

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Canon PowerShot SX60 HS

Bridge cameras make for excellent travelling companions, offering the flexibility of a zoom range far larger than any DSLR's lens but in a relatively small body. While in terms of physical size, the SX60 HS isn't far off that of an entry-level DSLR, it features a much smaller sensor. It houses a 16.1MP 1/2.3 inch […]

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Canon EOS Rebel T7i / EOS 800D review

The Canon EOS Rebel T7i (EOS 800D outside the US) is the latest in a long line of entry-level Canon DSLRs that can chart their heritage back to the original EOS Digital Rebel (EOS 300D) that arrived back in 2003. Since then, the various iterations and updates that have come and gone have been firm […]

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Sony A9

Well that was unexpected. It’s a phrase we don’t say often about the camera world, but Sony surprised us in many ways with the A9’s introduction. New cameras have always focused on resolution bumps, autofocus point increases and more numbers to make your head spin. However, the Sony A9 aims to make the final step […]

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Samsung Gear 360 2017

 The Samsung Gear 360 is just a video camera. But thanks to its two camera setup, it doesn’t just record the world, it records your world, with you included in on the fun. In that sense, the new Samsung Gear 360 for 2017 shares the same goal as the first iteration: make shooting 4K 360-degree […]

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Nikon D7500

The Nikon D7500 marks the biggest departure yet for Nikon’s D7xxx series of enthusiast DSLRs, and one that borrows quite a bit of the tech from Nikon's top-of-the-range DX-format DSLR, the D500. Nikon is keen to stress however that this new camera isn't a direct replacement to the D7200 – which will continue to feature […]

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Parrot Bebop 2

The Parrot Bebop 2 is a smartphone-controlled drone with a 14-megapixel camera which offers 1080p video recording. The successor to the original Parrot Bebop model, it features a fisheye lens which allows for surprisingly judder-free footage and even boasts user-serviceable rotors.  The USP of the Bebop 2 is the optional FPV pack, which includes a […]

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Panasonic Lumix FZ80 / FZ82

With DSLRs and mirrorless cameras seemingly dominating the camera market you could be forgiven for wondering where, exactly, a bridge camera sits within this competitive arena. But they do offer something unique. Bridge cameras stand apart from other formats because they provide a powerful zoom lens capable of shooting wide-angle and extreme telephoto. And since […]

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Nikon D3300

• UPDATED: Key differences between the D3300 and D3400 The D3300 may have been replaced by the D3400, but that's no reason to discount this entry-level DSLR. In fact, while the D3400 costs a little bit more (though prices are continuing to fall), the D3300 is the better buy right now. Despite the growing popularity […]

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Fujifilm X100F review

Fujifilm’s original X100 heralded a new era for the company back in 2011, with its retro-inspired design and tactile controls really capturing the imagination of  enthusiast and professional photographers alike. The first X-series camera, the X100, signalled a sea-change for Fujifilm, beginning its transition from a company that produced an array of forgettable compact cameras […]

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ZeroTech Dobby

The world of drones is broadly split into two sectors at the moment: high-end models that cater for professionals who need super-stable aerial shots in 4K resolution, and cheap-and-cheerful pocket-sized quadcopters, which are for entertainment rather than anything too serious. The ZeroTech Dobby aims to occupy a third, middle tier; it's not as expensive as […]

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Pentax K-70 review

Pentax is pitching the K-70 at the outdoor photography market, promising “new opportunities and discoveries in scenic photography”. It’s dustproof, weather-resistant and cold-resistant down to -10 degrees Celsius. There are 100 seals throughout the body, including the articulating LCD display, and the grip is designed to stay grippy even when you’re wearing gloves. Despite all […]

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