D7200: for pro(-sumer) & ambitious amateurs The Nikon D7200 is the newest top-end APS-C camera from Nikon, with a new 24 megapixel sensor without low-pass filter, a larger buffer for series shots and built-in WiFi (NFC).
How great is it to have a camera with the very best "professional" sensor that a camera brand has to offer? But then in a luxurious, easy-to-carry, compact system camera? With which you can also make a selfie?
Fuji X-A2 review video: Fuji’s latest CSC lacks a viewfinder, but does it have enough features and perform well enough to satisfy enthusiasts? We find out. The X-A2 is Fujifilm’s new entry level compact system camera, replacing the X-A1.
It seems like Nikon is doing the right things when it comes to putting quality sensors in its cameras. Gear testing company DxOMark has just announced that it has found the new Nikon D7200 to have the best sensor quality among all APS-C cameras.
We previously published a Samsung NX1 review, dedicated to the performance as a photo camera, whereby the NX1, compared with the competition—including cameras with a full-frame sensor—scored higher with an exceptionally high resolution and a high...
Samsung's NX3000 is an entry-level mirrorless camera that offers a 21.6 Megapixel APSC sensor, a 3in flip-up screen that's ideal for selfies, 1080p video, Wifi with NFC and the chance to trigger the shutter with a smile or a wink.
In this article I'm going to focus on comparing the image quality and focus speed of the Olympus and Sony camera systems in low light lab conditions. This will show us how well each camera works in the lab environment which can be used very effectively! I'm working on getting the A6000 for a more updated camera comparison, but my Sony Nex-6 and Sony A7r will do just fine in my opinion for these comparisons. In fact the older Nex-6 has the 16mp sensor which matches up just right with the OM-D EM-
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