UpdatedSony's new A6000 is great for those looking for something like the A7 but can't quite stretch the budget that far.
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Its sensor may be the same 16Mp device as its predecessor, but the E-M5 Mark II can use its image stabilisation system to generate 64MP raw files for greater detail.
The Pentax QS1 features a 12 million pixel sensor, full manual control and the universal DNG raw format.
The 5DS has the highest resolution ever seen in a full-frame digital SLR, but from the outside it all feels comfortingly familiar.
Packing the powerful innards of the NX1 into a smaller, sleeker chassis is no mean feat – but Samsung has managed it.
Sharper and smarter, Panasonic's novice-friendly CSC gets a smaller kit lens and a selfie twist
The Pentax K-S1 features a decent spec sheet, including a 20 million pixel sensor with the anti-aliasing filter removed, but do all its gimmicks distract from its real power?
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?
The a7 II also gets modified grip, a top-plate rejig and new autofocus algorithms. Oh, and the image quality is pretty good too.