Need a pocket-friendly camera with an all-encompassing zoom? We review the Canon SX700 HS, Nikon S9700, Panasonic TZ60 and Sony HX60 to see which is the best camera for you.
When it comes to picking your next camera, the choice is often overwhelming. Luckily, Josie Reavely is on hand with a side by side comparison on the most popular and current entry level and enthusiast DSLRs under £1000.
Sony has unveiled the A7s, a full-frame mirrorless camera which promises “extraordinary sensitivity, low noise and spectacular 4K video quality”.
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.
Sony has added two cameras to its mirrorless line-up, including the first DSLR-style camera to sport the company’s E-system mount. The A3000 closely resembles existing Alpha bodies, such as the A58 announced earlier in the year, although this is the first time Sony has employed the E-system mount on such a model.
Sony has unveiled a follow up to its acclaimed RX100 compact, the RX100 II. Key improvements include a revised back-illuminated sensor, an articulated LCD screen and greater control over video functionality. We had a chance to handle a pre-production sample – so what did we make of it?
Sony has just announced the new Cyber-shot RX1r, which maintains all the functionality of the existing RX1, with the only change concerning the anti-aliasing filter in front of the sensor.
Last year we ran three great competitions to Win Your Dream lens for customers who ordered either the Canon 6D, Nikon D600 or Sony A99 over a particular time period. As soon as 2013 rolled around, we were excited to finally draw the winners and find out which lenses they’d go for…
Last week I wrote about Sony’s launch of the Alpha A99 DSLT, NEX-6 compact system camera & full-frame RX1 compact. At this week’s Photokina show I was lucky enough to get my hands on all three cameras…
Whether you’re surfing the ocean waves or hiking high up in the mountains, action cameras have become popular with adventurers, photographers and filmmakers alike. They’re primarily designed to be easily portable, being both physically small and lightweight in build, so they can be mounted, attached and carried in a number of ways to capture the thrill of the moment.