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Canon’s EOS RP Is the More Affordable Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera We’ve Been Waiting For

When Canon announced its first full-frame mirrorless camera in the EOS R, there was a lot of excitement. But just making one camera was a bit of a head-scratcher when everyone else was releasing two at a time. Nikon released two versions of its mirrorless platform in the Z6 and Z7, and so did Panasonic with the Lumix S1 and S1R. On top of that, the EOS R doesn’t quite have the specs, resolution, or video chops to really satisfy pros, while its £2,300 (body only) price tag makes it a tough sell to newbs or amateurs looking to upgrade. But with the introduction of the new 26.2-MP EOS RP, Canon’s full-frame mirrorless master plan is starting to make a lot of sense. Read More >>

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Canon EOS R Review: Beautiful Photos, But Mistakes Were Made

The Canon 6D was my first grown-up camera, back in 2013. I loved how Canon’s colours looked like the best version of reality, and how sharp its glass was, and the 6D was the most affordable way to get into full-frame photography. As the years went on, though, I came to believe the mirrorless cameras were the way of the future, and Canon was slow to adapt, so I jumped ship for Sony in 2015. I still missed that glass and those colours, though. Read More >>

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Sony’s A6300 is a 4K Shooter in a Tiny Mirrorless Package 

Sony’s mirrorless cameras have long been some of the best you can buy, and its new A6300 is positively loaded, and pleasingly compact. It’ll cost you of course. Read More >>

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Leica’s New Mirrorless Camera Is Brilliant but Back-Breaking

You have to marvel at the way Leica dives in to things unapologetically, even when its choices seem like those of a madman. Consider the Leica SL, an entirely new full-frame mirrorless camera. Bundled with a lens it runs over $12,000 (an eye-watering £7,770) and it weighs more than some small boulders. I got to use it for a weekend, and here’s what it’s like. Read More >>

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The Leica Q: A Droolworthy Camera That’s More Than Just Luxury Design

Leica has spent the better part of the last decade peddling one or two great products, flanked by a bunch of overpriced “special editions”, and some re-branded Panasonic cameras (also overpriced). The Leica Q finally brings something new to the table. I spent a weekend with the Q, and here are my thoughts. Read More >>

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Fujifilm X-T10: A Smaller and Simpler Version of the Lauded X-T1

Fujifilm has a reputation for making solid, retro-styled mirrorless cameras, and the latest, the X-T10, takes one of its most popular and high-performance bodies, the X-T1, and scales it down in size and price. Read More >>

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Olympus E-M5 Mark II Review: The Original Retro Camera, Refined to a Tee

Beautiful retro design. Pro-level controls. So small. The Olympus OM-D E-M5 was the mirrorless camera for discerning photographers. Three years later, it's finally getting a update in the form of the new E-M5 Mark II. It provides some welcome improvements in feel and operation, plus a flashy trick or two. Is that enough? Depends on you. Read More >>

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Samsung NX1 Review: A Mirrorless Camera That Packs Heat but Lacks Glass

Samsung sells a crapload of cameras all around the world. But not for pros. At £1,300, the new NX1 is the first Samsung cam packing enough power and speed to be taken seriously by photography enthusiasts. It shoots 4K video and fires off super fast 15 frame-per-second bursts. It's a good camera... but maybe not good enough. Read More >>

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Samsung NX1: A 4K Video Chomping, 28-Megapixel Camera in a Compact Body

The new NX1 is the first Samsung interchangeable-lens camera that's truly compelling enough to consider alongside the competition. Its flagship feature? 4K video in a tiny package. But more than just trotting out of a glitzy, buzzy feature, the NX1 is loaded with advanced tech, including an industry-leading image sensor. Read More >>

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Sony A5100: Sony’s Super Tiny Mirrorless Camera Gets Faster Autofocus

For years now, Sony has been iterating its mirrorless line of cameras one tiny tweak at a time. That continues with the A5100, a minor variation on the company's existing line. Read More >>

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Sony A77 Mark II: The Mid-Range DSLR Gets a Turbo-Charged Upgrade

Most of the attention heaped on Sony these days is directed at their compact mirrorless cameras. But there is still plenty of interest in those other members of the Alpha family, those larger A-mount DSLR style bodies. The a77 Mark II brings some long awaited updates to the table. Read More >>

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Samsung NX Mini: A Tiny New Camera System for the Selfie Generation

Samsung's new interchangeable-lens camera system focuses on good looks, small size, and connectivity. Oh, and selfies. It's called the NX Mini, and it will hit the shelves in April. Read More >>

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Fujifilm X-T1 Review: Feast for the Eyes, Frustration for the Fingers

Fuji's new top-of-the-line mirrorless camera is packed with functionality, aiming to smash through the shortcomings of its popular-but-imperfect X series line. The X-T1 has plenty of power, but can't help tripping over its own feet. Read More >>

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Leaked Image of Super Tiny Samsung Mirrorless Camera is Kind of Crazy

Some folks at NXRumors have dug up an image of what is purportedly a new mirrorless camera from Samsung. It's incredibly small looking, and selfie-ready! Read More >>

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Why Even Canon’s Competition Wants it to Take Mirrorless Seriously

Photographers have been urging Canon and Nikon, the two camera-making titans, to put their hearts into the still-budding mirrorless camera market for years. It's gotten to the point that even their competitors, like Fujifilm, want them to get with the times. Read More >>