Canon EOS 200D Review

Canon EOS 200D

The Canon EOS 200D (also known as the EOS Rebel SL2) is an ultra-compact DSLR at a fantastic price. It features a 24.2-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor, 9-point autofocus, 5 fps burst speed shooting (3.5 fps with AF), and a 3-inch articulating touchscreen.

It’s designed for those who want an unintimidating compact camera that can still offer outstanding photos. It may not have all of the bells-and-whistles of much more expensive kit, but it includes all of the most important abilities and features you need to take great shots.

Canon EOS M50 Review

Canon EOS M50

The entry-level Canon EOS M50 is designed for those who are looking to make their first upgrade from a basic compact camera or a smartphone. This doesn’t mean it lacks pro features – it has a 24.1-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor, a 10-fps burst shooting capacity, and can record 4K video. It has everything a budding photographer could want.

The compact size and light weight make it a companion you can bring anywhere. Reliable metering and auto white balance make it a camera that’s easy to get great shots with, and the autofocus is so fast and accurate you can capture all the action.

Sony Alpha 6400 Review

Sony Alpha 6400

The Sony A6400 is a new addition to the APS-C range, slotting in below the A6500 and replacing the A6300. Like both of these models, the A6400 has a 24.2-megapixel sensor, but with a new BIONZ X image processor and a front-end LSI, the processing speed is almost two times as fast as the A6300 was.

The improvements stretch the ISO ceiling to 102,400 from the 32,000 of the A6500 and color reproduction has been improved.

Nikon D7500 Review

The D7500 is an exciting departure for Nikon, an upgrade to the D7200 that borrows more than a little tech from the top-of-the-range DX-format D500. It’s not a direct replacement for the D7200 as the D7200 will continue to be on sale, instead representing a half-way house between the enthusiast-level D7200 and the professional D500.

The most exciting thing about the D7500 is its 20.9-megapixel sensor and EXPEED 5 image-processing engine that’s lifted directly from the flagship D500. You also get an improved autofocus module, a tilting screen, and the ability to capture video in 4k resolution.

Nikon D500 Review

The 20.7-megapixel APS-C DSLR Nikon D500 is a DX-format camera that can shoot 10 frames per second and has an autofocus system similar to the D5. In other words, it’s a very high-performance camera small enough to get into the thick of the action.

With a 153-point autofocus system, a rugged build, 10 fps continuous shooting, and 4k video support, the D500 delivers more than expected. It’s closely aligned to Nikon’s heavier full-frame pro-level camera.

Fujifilm X-T20 Review

This mirrorless camera is a mid-range device, both in price and features. However, the features that are included are worth a look if you’d like a camera that can deliver great video and image quality in one piece of equipment. Although it looks clunky, it’s actually quite comfortable to use and feels satisfying to experience for yourself. Let’s see what else the camera has in store in our Fujifilm X-T20 review.

Nikon Coolpix P1000 Review

The Nikon P1000’s biggest draw is its massive lens length, which dominates its shape and functionality. It’s built for capturing wide shots of scenery or for focusing in on small, distant subjects and filling image frames without losing detail or proportion. For all these benefits, it’s a bit of a beast to handle, especially for novice photographers. In this Nikon Coolpix P1000 review, we’ll examine its positives and negatives.