The Leica M Monochrom (Type 246) might well be the best digital camera for black and white photographers.
Damien Demolder Shooting video is not like shooting stills, but are the camera makers trying to kid us that it is?
Damien Demolder Camera makers have lost huge chunks of the point-and-shoot market, maybe it's time they should act
Damien Demolder Samsung's problems in the past have been less about the cameras it has offered and more about the confidence of the camera-buying market.
After eight years and a few expensive attempts, has Leica finally got the digital rangefinder camera right? Damien Demolder tests the full frame Leica M type 240
Damien Demolder How can you have a camera without an LCD display? Leica thinks you can, and Damien Demolder has plenty to say about it
Damien Demolder Does it really matter if filter and firmware tricks are used as long as the image looks great?
Damien Demolder Though there are exceptions, the relationship between a zoom's focal length range and its usefulness is inversely proportional.
Damien Demolder Capturing stills from high quality 4K video footage may help you to create perfectly timed photos, but will it replace point and click photography?
Damien Demolder Being able to shoot in the dark is all very well, but extra-low ISO has its benefits too
Damien Demolder We only need around 6-millon pixels to take decent pictures yet we all love high resolution cameras.
Damien Demolder The optical filter is dead and buried, surely, deposed and made redundant by digital photography and the world of powerful imaging software. Isn't it?
Damien Demolder As Pentax has another go at a 645 camera, Damien Demolder asks, do we really need a medium format digital system?
Damien Demolder Damien Demolder wonders what's behind camera companies' obsession with ever higher ISO levels.
The Fuji XQ1 is a pocket-sized compact camera that features a 25-100mm (equivalent) lens with an aperture range of f/1.8-4.9.