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Whether you love photographing waterfalls or wildlife, knowing how to capture movement is an essential part of a photographer’s skill set. Tom Mason explains how it’s done.
If you need a new compact camera there’s a good chance you’ll be confused by all the options available. Whether it’s a point-and-shoot, superzoom or an enthusiast model, our compact camera buying guide should help you find the best compact for your specific needs.
Nikon has announced the Df, its lightest FX-format DSLR with a design heavily influenced by the company’s analogue forebears. Find out what we think in our hands-on review of the new model.
Olympus has added an enthusiast superzoom camera to its line of compacts, the Olympus Stylus 1. Aimed at the enthusiast user, the camera combines a large sensor with an impressive 28-300mm f/2.8 lens. We got our hands on a pre-production sample.
Capturing fireworks can be challenging but with a bit of planning, perseverance and guidance it can be done successfully. In this post, Katie Dix looks at how to combine the right technique with the right gear to get explosive results.
Fujifilm has added a new CSC to its acclaimed X range of cameras in the shape of the Fuji X-E2. The Fuji X-E2 follows the X-M1 announced in June and the X-A1 launched earlier in the month, although it’s positioned above these in the range. We had a play with a pre-production sample…
Panasonic has broadened its acclaimed Lumix G-series of Compact System Cameras by introducing the Lumix GM1 – the debut model in a new ‘GM’ series. We got our hands on a sample last week – read on to see what we think!
Nikon has furnished its award-winning DSLR line with a follow-on from its D5200 model, the Nikon D5300. We got our hands on a pre-production sample at Nikon’s official press launch – read on to see what we make of it.
Sony has announced it’s launching its first CSCs to offer full-frame sensors, in the shape of the Sony A7 and A7R. The new models are almost identical, with the only significant differences being their sensors and focusing systems.