Equipment Reviews

Equipment Reviews

Equipment Reviews

Update: The Canon EOS 550D was a great budget DSLR in its day, but it’s long been discontinued and it’s debatable whether it’s worth your while buying one, even ...
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Equipment Reviews

We reviewed the Nikon D5500 back in 2015 and has since dropped in price. It can now be found for around £436 and can be found for even cheaper if ...
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Equipment Reviews

Samsung’s original Gear 360 camera was never for me. It was aimed at the type of person willing to jump out of a plane just for the YouTube ...
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Canon’s EOS M range of compact system cameras (CSCs) had a shaky start in life, but the Canon EOS M5 proved these little cameras were ready for the ...
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Equipment Reviews

The D5600 is Nikon’s latest consumer-oriented SLR, designed for people who are serious about photography but who aren’t necessarily aspiring professionals. Features such as a 39-point autofocus system, ...
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Equipment Reviews

Samsung’s fancy Galaxy S8 flagship is here. With its monstrous 18.5:9 HDR screen, it looks like it will be the de facto Android smartphone in 2017. Forget about ...
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Equipment Reviews

Panasonic’s GH series of compact system cameras (CSCs) have been the hugely popular with amateur and independent filmmakers ever since the GH1 burst onto the scene in 2009. ...
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Equipment Reviews

The Nikon P900 was announced back in 2015, and remains to this day the holder of the world’s biggest zoom on a consumer camera. Its 83x zoom range ...
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Action cameras never fail to expose how lacking in action my life is. No one wants to watch a 360-degree view of me eating a pizza on a ...
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Equipment Reviews

The Panasonic FZ2000 is the successor to the FZ1000, a premium bridge camera that excelled for both photos and videos and was a good deal cheaper than its ...
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