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Fuji GFX 50S review Score 92%

Fuji GFX 50S review

Fuji’s 50Mp medium format mirrorless camera has caught everyone’s eye. We've been shooting with it for our full Fuji GXF 50S review.

Sony Alpha A6500 review Score 86%

Sony Alpha A6500 review

Sony’s flagship APS-C format camera has a high specification autofocus system and 5-axis image stabilisation but a more limited touch-screen than we were hoping for. Find out more in our Sony Alpha a6500 review.

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Fujifilm X-T2 review Score 92%

Fujifilm X-T2 review

Fuji’s X-T1 won lots of hearts but an improved sensor and autofocus system could make its replacement even more popular. Find out how it shapes up in our Fujifilm X-T2 review.

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Loki One camera rig review Score 90%

Loki One camera rig review

The Loki One camera rig could be the ultimate accessory for today’s videographers; it’s been designed to tackle a need and sheds the weight and bulk of its competitors.

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Nikon D5600 review Score 89%

Nikon D5600 review

Is the Nikon D5600 worth the upgrade based on the addition of Snapbridge, or should you choose one of the company’s other offerings? Find out in our Nikon D5600 review.

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Panasonic FZ2000 review Score 93%

Panasonic FZ2000 review

Panasonic has beefed up its flagship bridge cameras with a range of professional video features and a beast of a lens. Is the Panasonic FZ2000 the best camera for everyday photography? We put it to the test.

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Canon EOS M5 review

Canon’s latest mirrorless system camera is the best CSC it’s produced so far, but can it compete with recent models from other manufacturers? Find out in our Canon EOS M5 review.

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Sony RX100 V review Score 91%

Sony RX100 V review

Sony has squeezed the Sony Alpha 99 II’s processing technology into the latest addition to its acclaimed RX100 line of compact cameras, and it really impresses.

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Lok gets his hands on the Panasonic GH5

Tweet When Panasonic revealed the GH5 at Photokina 2016, a lot of people were intrigued. When Panasonic announced the launch and full specifications of the GH5 at CES this week, a lot of people were stunned. One of whom was Lok,...

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Panasonic LX15 / LX10 review Score 90%

Panasonic LX15 / LX10 review

The Panasonic LX15 – also known as the Lumix LX10 in the United States – is the company’s latest addition to its line of premium compact cameras and offers a lot of specifications within its slim, pocketable body.

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Apple Photos Review

Apple’s Photos for Mac promises to make light work of managing and editing images, but can it deliver for enthusiast photographers? Find out in our Apple Photos Review

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Panasonic G80 review Score 71%

Panasonic G80 review

Panasonic’s latest interchangeable lens Lumix has in-camera focus stacking, a vari-angle screen, 5-axis image stabilisation, 4K Photo mode and a filterless sensor – quite an interesting collection of features! Find out more in our Panasonic G80 review.

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iPhone 7 Plus Camera Review Score 85%

iPhone 7 Plus Camera Review

The big standout new feature of the iPhone 7 Plus is a dual camera set up with a mode that can supposedly recreate your DSLR…. but can it? Find out in our iPhone 7 Plus camera review.

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Nikon D3400 review Score 92%

Nikon D3400 review

Nikon’s latest entry-level camera is a great choice for anyone looking up move-up from a phone or basic compact camera to take photography more seriously, find out more in our Nikon D3400 review

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Veho Muvi K2Pro4K review

Veho’s Muvi cameras are always exceptionally well finished and come packaged with almost every accessory you could need. The latest K2 Pro 4K is no exception and features 4K video capture, touch screen LCD and a host of mounts and extras in the box that all go to make it one of the most comprehensive packages available.

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Hands on Yi M1 review

The Yi M1 has potential, especially when you consider this move into the CSC market reflects what they’ve already done in the action camera sector. We know that Yi Technology has access to high end GoPro rivalling processors for their action cameras. Can the Yi M1 do the same for stills? We’re hoping to find out in the near future.

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Wasp 4K action camera review

The new Wasp 4K action camera has all the big hit headline features 4k, GPS, LCD screen and Wifi, but its not the features that makes it stand out, rather it’s the ultra tough ready for anything design.

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H8R 4k budget action camera review

The H8R action camera instantly shows promise with a feature list that challenges that of cameras over three times the price. 4K at 30 fps and fully featured wifi app and wrist remote certainly makes this camera look like an incredible deal.

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Hands-on Hasselblad X1D review

Tweet Hands-on Hasselblad X1D review Medium format camera’s take a leap forward with mirrorless technology, we take a good look for our hands-on Hasselblad X1D review 30 second Hasselblad X1D review… The Hasselblad X1D is...

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Canon 80D review Score 88%

Canon 80D review

Sitting in the middle of Canon’s DSLR range the 24million-pixel APS-C format 80D has a 45-point autofocus system and can shoot at up to 7fps, find out how it performs in our full review.

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Nikon D500 review Score 88%

Nikon D500 review

Although it has an APS-C format sensor the Nikon D500 is a professional-level SLR aimed at experienced photographers, find out more in our full review.

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Pentax K-1 review Score 86%

Pentax K-1 review

At last! Pentax has a full-frame DSLR and it has a pretty tempting price for a camera with so many high-end features. Read our Pentax K-1 review to find out if it should be your next DSLR.

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Nikon D5 review Score 91%

Nikon D5 review

The Nikon D5 replaces the D4S as Nikon’s top-flight DSLR and offers 12fps shooting along with a top sensitivity setting of ISO 3,280,000. You can find out how it performs in our review.

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Canon 5D Mark III review Score 79%

Canon 5D Mark III review

While it doesn’t have the high pixel count of the Nikon D810 or the Canon 5DS and 5DS R, the Canon 5D Mark III captures a good level of detail and produces images that are of sufficient quality and size to satisfy the needs of many professional wedding and lifestyle photographers.

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