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Tim Levy takes DJI's latest pocket rocket compact drone out for a fly.

NiSi has launched its new IP-A Filter System for iPhone, shrinking its popular lens based filter system to the smaller format.

MSI’s Creator Z17 may be aimed at creatives, but that’s not telling the whole story – this is a laptop equally at home with gaming as it is image and video editing.

Doug Gimesy takes Samsung's new rugged SSD out for a field test.

Sigma announced two new fast prime lenses - the 20mm and 24mm F1.4 DG DN lenses for L-mount and Sony E-mount.

The sixth generation of Panasonic's popular GH6 hybrid Micro Four Thirds camera is here. But has the wait been worth it?

Google has launched the latest version of its 'affordable' A-Series of smartphones with the announcement of the Pixel 6a.

Canon has partnered with Macquarie University to launch a unique telescope made up of ten 'off-the-shelf’ Canon EF 400mm f/2.8 L IS II super-telephoto lenses more commonly used by sports or wildlife photographers.

DJI’s newest gimbal builds on the already impressive RS 2 to deliver a thoroughly refined stabilisation system for professional videographers.

Canon has announced two new entry-level full frame RF lenses.

Apple’s newest desktop computer has the elegance of a Mac Mini but all the power of a Mac Pro. Anthony McKee takes a look. 

Why is it in 2022 – a time where technological marvels surround us – we still don’t have waterproof phones?

Haida has announced its PROII CPL-VND 2-in-1 Filter, which combines a variable circular polariser (CPL) and a variable neutral density filter (ND) in one unit, but still allows for each filter to be controlled independently.

Nikon has announced the Z 30, a new 21MP mirrorless camera that can shoot 4K/30 or 1080/120 video.

Leica’s latest M-series camera aims to mesh a timeless design with modern, cutting-edge performance to deliver a true purist’s photographic tool. But does it succeed?

The new smartphone printer includes customisable frames, image colour modes, and INSTAXAiR, which lets users hold the Mini Link 2 users draw 'in the air' and transfer the drawing to their images.