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REVIEW: DxO PhotoLab 3.2

A powerful raw file converter with wide-ranging and non-destructive editing functions, including class-leading de-noising and haze-reduction tools from the Nik Collection. DxO PhotoLab provides the most refined set of tools for editing raw files we’ve encountered.

REVIEW: Fujifilm X100V

A new sensor & processor; redesigned lens with better edge sharpness and close-up performance; the same hybrid OVF/EVF as the X-Pro3; a touch enabled, tiltable monitor; 4K video; and weather resistance make the Fujifilm X100V rangefinder style camera much more than your standard upgrade.


The EOS-1D X Mark III enables Canon to remain at the cutting edge of digital SLR technology, with the introduction of the HEIF file format and RAW video recording major innovations. Almost every feature has been improved in the latest model.

REVIEW: Sigma fp

The Sigma fp is an ultra-small full-frame camera with a modular body design that can be customised with accessories to suit stills shooting and/or professional video recording. Sigma is promoting its new camera as ‘the world’s smallest and lightest full-frame mirrorless digital camera’. Weighing only 370 grams, its ‘soap bar’ styled, die-cast aluminium body can fit comfortably into a pocket but has a mount that takes the latest L-Mount lenses.

REVIEW: Sony α6100

A cheaper version of Sony’s popular α6400 camera with reduced EVF resolution, a shorter ISO range and no Picture Profile settings. Price- and feature-wise, the α6100 fits best into the upper section of the ‘entry-level’ category and is competitive with its Canon (EOS M6) and Fujifilm (X-T30) rivals.