The OM-D E-M10 mark III arrives two years after its popular predecessor, the E-M10 II. It brings 4K video, a new image processor, a re-designed menu interface that makes the camera more beginner-friendly and other minor improvements. However the process of simplifying the camera has eliminated a number of useful settings along the way as […]
The following is a guest post by Simon King, a photographer based in London who loves portraiture, street and photojournalism. All images are property of Simon King and shared with his permission.
I’ve always had a soft spot for the Fuji X100 series and despite its imperfections, it is still my favourite camera from the brand to date. So even though I knew I would be reviewing more or less the same camera once again, I was pleasantly surprised to see that the X100F – the fourth iteration in […]
Our review of the Panasonic Lumix GH5 is one of the longest we’ve ever had to work on. The camera packs so many features for stills and video that it required more in depth testing than usual and more importantly, lots of real-world experience to really understand its full potential. Now we can finally share all […]
The Sony a6500 surprised everyone when it was announced only six months after the a6300. Though nearly identical in appearance and specifications, the new camera adds 5-axis stabilisation and a larger buffer memory while improving the overheating issue when recording in 4K. These and a couple of other small improvements make the a6500 the flagship APS-C mirrorless […]