The X-T4 is Fujifilm’s third camera with in-body image stabilisation (IBIS). It comes after the X-H1, which was released in 2018, and the GFX-100 medium format camera released in 2019. Fujifilm has taken more time than other brands to introduce this popular feature to its users. The X-H1 was actually built for this purpose, with […]
The E-M5 III was released in late 2019, with an attractive design and various features take from the flagship E-M1X. One of its closest competitors within the Olympus range is the E-M1 II, which is now more than three years old and has a replacement (E-M1 III) but is still worth considering for various reasons.
Updated on: July 3rd 2019 The flagship OM-D E-M1X is Olympus’ most advanced and expensive mirrorless camera to date, and it is also the first to adopt a design with a built-in vertical grip. The two-year-old OM-D E-M1 mark II has lost its front-runner title as a result, but retains its rightful place just a step […]
The OM-D E-M1X is the flagship camera in Olympus’ OM-D series. Like its predecessor the E-M1 mark II, it comes with a number of advanced features such as on-sensor phase detection AF, 60fps burst speeds with focus locked on the first frame or 18fps with C-AF, 5-axis in-body stabilisation with Sync IS compatibility, a Tripod High Res shot […]
The Olympus OM-D E-M1 mark II is the successor to the extremely popular OM-D E-M1. It sports a number of advanced features such as on-sensor phase detection AF, 60fps burst speeds with focus locked or 18fps with C-AF, 5-axis in-body stabilisation with Sync IS compatibility, 4K video at 30fps, High Res Shot and full weather-sealing against dust, […]