If we exclude the X-E2s, it took Fujifilm close to four years to provide the X-E series with a relevant update. Why exclude the X-E2s from this equation, you might ask? Well, simply because the “s” version brought nothing more than a slightly re-designed front grip and an Auto mode. The X-E3 feels like a […]
The latest model to join Olympus’ family of OM-D cameras is the OM-D E-M10 III, which comes exactly two years after its very popular predecessor, the E-M10 II. Of all the new additions found on this camera, from its enlarged grip to its beginner-friendly menu system, the most significant by far is 4K video. Why? […]
Canon and Fujifilm are two of the most well-known camera brands on the market today, so it is little wonder that potential users want to find out more about the differences between their competing models before taking the plunge. In this comparison preview, we’re going to be looking at how two entry-level models from each […]
The Olympus OM-D E-M10 III and the Sony a6300 can’t really be considered direct competitors due to the difference in price, design and target audience. One thing they do have in common, however, is that they would both make an excellent first camera for someone with a budding interest in photography.
The E-M10 III is the latest addition to the OM-D series. Although it has been designed with beginners in mind, it retains most of the advanced features found on other Olympus mirrorless products. The E-M5 II is a mid-range model that aims squarely at enthusiast photographers. Despite being two years old, it has no trouble […]