iPhone XR camera review

If you’re set on owning an iOS device, the iPhone XR is the cheapest way to get a current model. However, there are better performing Android phones in this price bracket, especially for photographers.

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iPhone XS Review

Snap Verdict The iPhone XS is the obvious choice for anyone with a penchant for iOS. For photographers it’s disappointing to see a lack of control afforded by the native app, but the results from its automatic mode are excellent. As is always the case with Apple, you pay a lot for the brand –…

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Sony RX10 IV Review

Calling the RX10 IV a “bridge camera” does it a disservice – it’s a fantastic choice for those who want a well-rounded, do-it-all camera, especially for travel. Find out how it performs in our Sony RX10 IV review.

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Nikon P1000 Review

The Nikon P1000 is a bridge camera with the headline feature of an enormous 125x optical zoom lens. To give that some context, that gives you an equivalent reach of 3000mm at the telephoto end.

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Sony RX100 VI review

You have to really want a compact camera to spend almost £1200 on it. Amy Davies takes a good hard look at the the Sony RX100 VI for our review.

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Travelling with the Panasonic Lumix GX9

I’ve been in the fortunate position this year to take what two what I like to call “big holidays”. For me a “big holiday” is usually that something that involves a long-haul flight, lasts longer than seven days, and is something I’m unlikely to do again in a hurry. Back in March, my friend and…

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Panasonic Lumix GX9 Review

Panasonic’s new premium street photography camera houses a 20.3-megapixel Four Thirds sensor, without an anti-aliasing filter for increased detail resolution. But is it up to the job?

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