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REVIEW: Sony A7S III

SONY α7S III: The long-awaited the third-generation model in Sony’s video-orientated Alpha 7S series has a new sensor and processor plus a huge buffer memory for continuous shooting. But it's pricey, and expertise will be needed to get the most out of this camera.

REVIEW: Panasonic Lumix S5

PANASONIC LUMIX S5: Panasonic’s latest hybrid ‘full frame’ mirrorless camera packs impressive stills and video performance into a highly mobile body with robust weather resistance. It slots in below the S1 to provide a more affordable model in the company’s full frame line of cameras that use the Leica L-mount.

REVIEW: Nikon Z5

Dual SD card slots make their first appearance in Nikon's Z5, the latest addition to its full frame mirrorless line-up, along with a higher-capacity battery that supports USB charging. The Nikon Z5 is a great little camera that is fun to use and can take excellent photos.

REVIEW: Canon EOS R5

Canon's flagship mirrorless camera, the 45-megapixel EOS R5, is the first to offer 8K video recording at DCI and UHD aspect ratios, plus in-body image stabilisation. But at close to $7K, you should carefully consider whether you actually need its capabilities for both stills and video.

REVIEW: Sony α7C

SONY α7C: With its new α7C mirrorless camera, Sony has crammed a full-frame sensor and shoehorned most of the features of its α7M3 camera into an (APS-C) α6*** like body, even managing to include an EVF in the top left corner of the rear panel.

REVIEW: Fujifilm X-T4

FUJIFILM X-T4: In-body image stabilisation makes its first appearance in the new flagship for Fujfilm’s X-Series, along with a vari-angle monitor, more durable shutter and…

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.

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