Equipment Reviews

Equipment Reviews

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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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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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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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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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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Buying a camera can be a daunting process, with a huge range of different shapes, sizes, specs and features to look out for. In this guide you’ll find ...
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The Panasonic G80 is the seventh generation in a line of cameras that stretches back to the first ever compact system camera (CSC), the Panasonic G1. These models ...
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Digital SLRs still dominate among professional photographers and amateur enthusiasts of a certain age, but those who grew up with Thundercats instead of Thunderbirds are more likely to ...
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Full-frame SLRs have become a lot more affordable in the last couple of years, with the Nikon D610 and Canon EOS 6D both currently available for around £1,700 (body ...
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