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Fujifilm X-H1 Hands-on Review

Angela has been shooting with Fujifilm’s new flagship X-Series camera, the X-H1 and has a few thoughts and images to share.

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Panasonic GX9 vs GX8: which camera should you choose?

In our Panasonic GX9 vs GX8 comparison, we’ve taken a look at how this new Lumix camera stacks up against the GX8, its direct predecessor, as well as seeing where specifications have stayed the same, or similar.

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Panasonic GX9 Review

First impressions, what is the Panasonic GX9 Panasonic has introduced the GX9 to sit in the middle of its range as a “premium street photography camera”. With its small body size and flat rangefinder type design, it’s also ideally suited as a travel camera - especially if you already own another Micro Four Thirds camera.…

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Olympus E-PL9 hands-on review

Olympus E-PL9 hands-on review – the latest offering from Olympus is certainly impressive with smartphone-style touch screen and 4K video, but is it enough to excite bloggers?

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Sony A7R III review Score 95%

Sony A7R III review

Sony has revealed the A7R III with faster focusing, better stabilisation, a new Pixel Shift Multi Shooting and improved handling. Here’s our verdict.

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Garmin VIRB 360 review Score 95%

Garmin VIRB 360 review

The Garmin VIRB 360 is a spherical 360-degree action camera that can record video in 5.7K resolution at 30fps. It also boasts four built-in microphones for capturing spatial audio.

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Honor 7X Camera Review Score 70%

Honor 7X Camera Review

The Honor 7X is a mid-range smartphone, with a dual camera set-up, along with a 5.93-inch 18:9 ratio screen. Find out how its camera performs in our review.

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Panasonic Lumix GH5S Hands-on Review

Panasonic has announced a low-light, high-ISO version of the GH5. We got to shoot with a sample of the GH5S and have sample video footage.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Camera Review

Samsung’s flagship smartphone, the Note 8 features a dual camera set up. Both have 12 megapixel sensors, but one has a wide angle f/1.7 lens, while the other has a telephoto f/2.4 lens. We put it through its paces in our Samsung Galaxy Note 8 camera review.

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