Both Mathieu and I have very fond memories of using the original Olympus OM-D E-M1 and the Fujifilm X-T1 back when we first started reviewing mirrorless cameras. After all, they were two of the first serious MILCs for still photography and encouraged many photographers, both amateur and professional, to leave the DSLR behind for a […]
Of all the mirrorless cameras on the market today, the most logical competitor for the recently announced Canon EOS M5 is the Sony a6300. Why? Because they have so many features in common, including a 24MP APS-C sensor, advanced hybrid autofocus systems, built-in 0.39 type OLED electronic viewfinder with 2360K dots and 14 bit RAW […]
Three years ago, Olympus announced the OM-D E-M1, the camera that would officially mark the end of its Four Thirds Digital ‘E System’ and become the brand’s first serious mirrorless product for professional photographers. The E-M1 set a precedent by introducing exciting high-end features never before seen on a mirrorless body, such as on-chip phase […]
Of all the camera brands with mirrorless systems, Canon has been one of the least active, having released only a handful of models and even fewer lenses since the original EOS M came out in 2012. This dearth of new products, compounded by lacklustre specifications such as poor autofocus and the lack of a built-in […]
A few years ago, Sony and Panasonic each released a rangefinder-esque mirrorless model that would go on to define their respective paths within the mirrorless sector.