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Following the rise of the best camera phones, the world of cameras has changed dramatically in recent years. But their large sensors, high-quality lenses and unrivalled handling mean dedicated cameras remain essential tools for photographers of all levels.
Canon and Nikon may still be the most recognizable photography giants, but Sony has risen to become an equally dominant force among the best mirrorless cameras. Outside the world of interchangeable lens cameras, GoPro still reigns supreme in action cameras, while DJI is lord of the skies with drones.
Whatever kind of camera you’re looking for, from instant cameras to medium format powerhouses, our experts are here to help you decide the right one for you – and guide you towards making the most of it, too.
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