DSLRs
Olympus OM-D E-M1 review

Olympus OM-D E-M1

Olympus’ first OM-D model wastop of the compact system camera league for nearly two years. Can the younger, more serious Olympus OM-D E-M1 live up to the old Guvnor’s legacy, or will it be David Moyes to the E-M5’s Fergi...



A camera that teaches you how to shoot: Nikon D3200 review

The D3200 is armed with a 24MP sensor, but the megapixel wars are over, so what else is there to recommend Nikon’s new camera? Nikon D3200 introduction The megapixel race seems a long time ago now, with camera manufacture...



Review: Nikon D5100 DSLR

In DSLR terms, a US$1,200 price tag puts the D5100 in the middle-market. It’s expensive enough to have some gravitas, to stand out as a camera for someone who knows what they’re doing and can produce breathtaking results, b...



Review: Canon EOS 1100D

Although the 1100D sits firmly at the bottom of Canon DSLR range, it’s still capable of knocking out well exposed, nicely saturated pics with no bother. The body feels small and light with a solid grip, but it’s very plasti...



Canon EOS 600D review

Canon has had an admirably tight grip on the DSLR market ever since the phenomenally successful EOS 300D dived below the four-figure price barrier back in 2003. The success of the EOS D range has never been simply about price h...



Review: Canon EOS 60D

The Canon 60D is a DSLR camera aimed at the serious amateur. Not quite ready to part with the funds to net Canon’s 7D or 5D MkII? This, says the manufacturer, is the camera for you: a ruggedly built, feature-stuffed snapper t...



Review: Sony Alpha SLT-A55

The Sony A55 (along with its cheaper cousin the A33) is the first translucent mirror SLT camera on the market. It’s a brand new tech, but brings with it a bucket-load of advantages, including the ability to shoot continuo...




 
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