Olympus has launched a new flagship wildlife, documentary and sports camera using much of the tech in the existing OM-D E-M1 II but in a bigger, tougher body with some significant enhancements. The OM-D E-M1X uses a 20.4-megapixel Micro Four Thirds sensor, so it’s a bold move for Olympus to pitch it up against pro... Continue Reading →
Come on, we all know that smartphone users spend as much time photographing themselves as the world around them, so camera-testing company DxOMark has now started testing the front-facing cameras on smartphones, not just the regular rear cameras. DxOMark Image Labs is the lab-testing spin-off of DxO, the company behind DxO PhotoLab and the new... Continue Reading →
The A1000 is the smaller of the two, with a slim body ideal for carrying in a pocket and perfect for casual travel photography. The B600 is larger and shaped more like a mini-DSLR and would fit in a small bag. Cameras like these use small sensors to make the small body and long zoom... Continue Reading →
The A6400 revives Sony’s APS-C camera range, bringing powerful video tools and upgraded image processing to tempt both stills photographers and videographers with a camera that looks perfect for independent content creators.
It’s hard to believe it’s almost two years since the launch of the Sony A9, but these updates will bring enhanced AF performance and new functionality to Sony’s flagship mirrorless camera for pro sports and action photography.
Panasonic has released an update on the S1 and S1R full frame mirrorless cameras it announced at Photokina 2018. The company says the new cameras will feature a high dynamic range HLG Photo mode and a High Resolution Mode that uses the IBIS (in-body image stabiliser) to capture eight separate images and blend them into... Continue Reading →