UpdatedThe A7 II has a modified grip, a top-plate rejig and improved autofocus compared to the original A7.
The new 24-megapixel sensor and 6x faster hybrid AF are welcome, but this camera's main issues haven't changed.
You still get Samsung's class-leading 28MP back-illuminated APS-C sensor, but in a smaller compact system camera body weighing just 287g.
There's much more to Olympus's new enthusiast's compact system camera than its resolution, though, as the E-M5 Mark II's specs reveal.
We thought Fuji would bring out a new beginner-friendly compact system camera in 2015, and here it is.
The highest pixel count of any APS-C format mirrorless camera, 15fps shooting and a 414-point AF system, and great images. What's not to like?
Panasonic's GM5 is a mirrorless compact system camera, but it's smaller than some regular compacts. The built-in viewfinder and hotshoe make this little beauty even more appealing.
Nikon has gone all out stylish for its latest incarnation of the V series. Clean lines removes the deep grip and the viewfinder, now available as optional extras.
The Leica T system is a promise of a return to back to basics shooting, but keeps things modern with a large touchscreen and integrated Wi-Fi.