While Nikon's DSLRs tend to get the most attention, its 1-series mirrorless cameras have become more and more capable since their introduction in 2011. The company's latest offering is the Nikon 1 J5, which sports a more upscale, classic look and some notable changes inside and out. We dug into its features and have put together a slideshow that displays the highlights. Read more
Articles tagged "first-look"
If there's one thing you can say about Fujifilm, it's that the company has shown a desire to continuously improve its cameras. In the case of the X100T, Fujifilm has taken the already refined X100S and redesigned the viewfinder, added more exposure controls, and included an electronic shutter. We've spent some time with an early production X100T and have put together an overview that covers the key points. Have a read
Brief hands-on with the Olympus XZ-10. We look at the features of Olympus' latest little photographer's compact, including its 'Photo Story' feature.
We're at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, and one of the most interesting products announced at CES is the Samsung NX300 - a well-rounded replacement for the NX210. We made a beeline for the Samsung stand to get our hands on the newest NX, and here are our first impressions.
Canon's PowerShot N is one of the most interesting compacts of CES 2013. It features an 'either way up' design, with zoom and shutter controls that are located around the lens, and a tilting touchscreen. Here's a brief overview of what it offers.
We've had a production D800 in our Seattle office for a few days, and we've spent that time getting to grips with its feature set and exploring the potential of its 36MP sensor. In this article, reviews editor Barnaby Britton explains what Nikon's newest DSLR is like to use.
We're working on a review of the Canon PowerShot S100, but progress has been slower than we'd hoped. In this article Reviews Editor Barnaby Britton explains the delay, and shares his early impressions of the camera's handling, operation and image quality.