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Canon's new D850 packs an 24MP APS-C format CMOS sensor paired to a Digic 8 processor, which enables 7fps shooting.
Last week Nikon officially announced their latest flagship DSLR, the D6, and this week we had the chance to spend just 24-hours with this impressive camera.
The rumours are true: Canon are working on a successor to the EOS R, and it will feature 8K video, 20fps burst shooting and on sensor image stabilisation.
Olympus have announced the successor to the four-year-old E-M1 Mark II, with the announcement of the E-M1 Mark III.
Nearly five months after first confirming its development, Nikon has finally released details of its newest flagship DSLR, the D6.
Fujifilm's 2020 X-Summit included a ton of new product and software announcements, with one tasty tidbit right at the end.
Ricoh has announced the latest iteration of its rugged compact camera: the WG-70.
Fujifilm have announced the fifth iteration in the X100 series, bringing a bigger MP sensor, newly designed lens, weather resistance, and a new tilting rear LCD.
Tamron have announced the newest addition to the Japanese company's Sony E-mount lens lineup, with the announcement of the Tamron 20mm f/2.8 Di III OSD M1:2 lens.
Sony's A9 II may not look like its breaking any new ground, but lift the lid and you'll find a camera that's faster, more refined and arguably much more versatile than the camera it succeeds.
The new update to the six-year-old D750 inherits tech from both Nikon's mirrorless and DSLR siblings.