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With two major firmware updates, Fujifilm is providing a total of 33 improvements for its flagship cameras.
With the X1D, Hasselblad aims to prove medium format cameras don't have to be big and heavy.
The EOS Rebel T6i gives you the control you need plus beginner-friendly options, a vari-angle touchscreen and excellent image quality.
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Sony's Digital Filter app lets you break the scene up into three sections and set the exposure and color balance for each.
Updated With a completely new, advanced AF system, the Fuji X-T2 aims to make us take mirrorless cameras seriously for action.
The Lumix GH5 doubles down on the hybrid camera concept with 4K video and still photos for professional and enthusiast photographers.
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Up against a raft of respected full-frame alternatives – not least its A7 cousins – the A99 II has to deliver something special to stand out.