The Panasonic Lumix GX8 is a camera full of firsts, from its new 20.3MP Micro Four Thirds sensor to the integration of Panasonic’s first dual image stabilisation system. Of course, as with any new feature, photographers are curious to know just how they stack up against the competition – namely, the 16MP sensor on other Micro […]
Mirrorless camera comparisons
I decided to make it clear right from the title that this is not a scientific comparison between two cameras with almost identical specs. On the contrary, the Leica Q and X100T don’t seem to have much in common at all except for one thing: they are the two premium compact cameras I’ve enjoyed using the most. […]
Being two of the four interchangeable mirrorless systems to house an APS-C sensor, it is quite common and natural for comparisons to be drawn between Sony and Fujifilm. On one hand, we have the Sony ILCE (Alpha) line-up, formally known as NEX. Mirrorless cameras in this line-up feature Sony’s proprietary E-mount and house either an […]
Update: this article now includes my complete findings for both the RX100 mark III and mark IV. When we published our comparison between the LX100 and the Fujifilm X100T, many of you asked us to do the same for the Lumix camera and the Sony RX100 series. The two cameras belong to the same “premium […]
In-body stabilisation is one of the features I’ve come to appreciate the most, not only on the Olympus OM-D series (my main system) but on other mirrorless cameras that have it as well. More than once, it has helped me take a quick shot without a tripod on the job.