Compact System & Mirrorless Cameras

Compact system cameras, also known as CSCs or mirrorless cameras, were born in late 2008 when Panasonic announced the first ever CSC, the Lumix G1. Olympus and others were soon to follow, eventually joined by the big two of Canon and Nikon.

And nowadays, some of the most significant innovations in camera technology are coming from compact system cameras. What's more, the mirrorless camera market is quickly outpacing sales of DSLRs and all but eliminating compact cameras from the conversation.

On this page we will keep you up to date with all the latest news, reviews and buying guides for compact system cameras, as well as tutorials specifically tailored to helping you unlock the full potential of your CSC.

What's more, if you have experience with a particular compact system camera model or brand, or perhaps you have some unique insights into their technology, then we would love to hear from you! Here at Camera Jabber we value all of our readers' opinions and welcome guest bloggers.

Zeiss (possibly) teases new mirrorless camera

Zeiss, the high-end lensmaker, has possibly released teaser images for what appears to be a new fixed-lens mirrorless camera to be released soon; however, the circumstances are a little unclear. The first teaser for a Zeiss mirrorless camera came a few days ago when what is thought to be Zeiss China posted an image on…

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Panasonic Lumix GX9 Review Score 85%

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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