Best Mirrorless Camera (UK)
Best Mirrorless Camera
3rd February 2020 £830.00 As it features exactly the same 24.2 megapixel sensor as the A6400 and A6600 cameras, along with the latest Bionz X image processor, you'd be hard-pressed to tell any difference between the image quality from the A6100 and its more expensive siblings. Read the Review.
9th May 2019 £899.00 Panasonic have moved the Lumix G90 in a different direction to previous versions. They've added several major new features to make it more video-friendly, namely the unlimited recording time, free built-in V-Log L profile, slow-motion recording at 120fps, and the addition of a headphone jack, making it a great B-cam to accompany the flagship GH5/GH5s cameras. Read the Review.
12th March 2019 £849.00 Fujifilm have once again hit a home run with the launch of the X-T30. As the successor to their best-selling camera ever, the X-T20, this new version has a lot to live up to, but thankfully there's lots to like and little to complain about, something that we've repeatedly said about almost all recent X-series cameras. If you want most of the flagship X-T3's features and performance in a smaller, cheaper body, then the X-T30 is something of a no-brainer. Read the Review.
5th December 2019 £1,999.00 Overall, though, the fp is a a rather nice camera, and a giant leap forwards for Sigma, who have previously released a range of niche, Foveon-sensor cameras that have made very little impact on the market. The likable Sigma fp certainly deserves to do a whole lot better, and certainly has the potential to do so, especially if shooting video is your main priority. Read the Review.
21st November 2019 £1,099.00 What it may lack in sensor size is more than made up for by the E-M5 Mark III's innovative features, with the High Res, Pro Capture and Live Composite modes all making their way down the range from the E-M1 series. And with exactly the same processor, sensor, auto-focusing system and image stabilisation onboard too, the new E-M5 Mark III really does feel like an E-M1 II in miniature. Read the Review.
6th August 2019 £9,999.00 The GFX 100's massive 102 megapixel resolution is undoubtedly the one feature that gets everyone's attention, but it's the other major improvements that have been made that really make it a step forward for both Fujifilm and medium format cameras in general, most notably the phase-detection AF system, built-in image stabilisation, class-leading viewfinder and the addition of decent 4K video. Read the Review.
4th December 2018 £4,000.00 The GFX 50R blurs the boundaries between 35mm full-frame and medium format more than ever before, bringing the larger format into closer reach of high-end DSLR and mirrorless users both financially and in terms of the overall system size. If you've ever wanted to try medium format photography but been put off by the size and cost, then the new Fujifilm GFX 50R removes both of those reasons for not doing so. Read the Review.
29th November 2018 £2,100.00 Image quality is fantastic, and it’s really only likely to be those that really desire to have a super high resolution sensor to work with that should discount the Z6 over the Z7. There are also benefits that the lower resolution brings – most notably better performance in low light and the ability to shoot at faster speeds. Read the Review.