Sony released its innovative Lens Style cameras last year as a response to the increasing popularity of photography performed with smartphones. The QX series consists of lenses that feature the sensor and all the necessary technology to constitute a “proper” camera. What they lack is a traditional grip and an LCD screen but that’s where your smartphone […]
Since its announcement in April earlier this year, I’ve been very curious about the Lytro Illum because it offers something that none of the other digital cameras out there can: a new way of shooting and seeing photographs, and as such, a new and original tool to be creative with. But while the idea sounds appealing, it is only […]
If you’ve been following MirrorLessons from the beginning, you might remember that we purchased a Sony RX100 II for our holiday in Wales last year. Even back then, we were highly impressed by the way Sony managed to merge high-end technology and compactness into one body. It was the first mirrorless camera that truly lived up to […]
During Photokina we paid an enjoyable visit to the Sigma booth to meet some managers from the UK office. One of them was kind enough to let me play around with the Sigma DP-2 Quattro inside the Koelnmesse. It was certainly a better way of quickly testing a camera than being confined to the booth area! […]
Amongst the new products announced by Leica at the Cologne event, there were also three new cameras in the compact and X range. We already talked about the new D-Lux (Panasonic LX100 clone), so now let’s have a look at the new X and X-E cameras.