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Fuji returns with another retrolicious image-maker

Retro is completely in at the moment, and Fujifilm is proving it, showing off a new mirrorless camera that oozes the 70s. If it weren’t for the screen, you’d swear it took film.

12:59 pm 21/05/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Review: Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II

Looking for a camera that can handle the real world and not take too much of your luggage up? Olympus lets us play with its second-gen E-M5. Is this the best digital mirrorless yet?

3:55 pm 19/05/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

TomTom hits the slopes, gets into action cameras

GoPro may dominate the world of action cameras, but navigation and GPS powerhouse TomTom wants to change that, and is bringing its expertise to the world of sport capture.

12:25 pm 01/05/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Sony gives two 30x compacts the ability to take selfies

We all know what a “selfie” is, but we’re not always happy with the outcome, and sometimes that’s just because of the quality of photos, but what if you had a compact camera that you could see the image on? As of June, Sony will have two.

12:18 pm 15/04/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Olympus gets tougher with a rugged RAW shooter

If you’re a bit clumsy with your camera or you like to take a jump in the water to take pictures under the sea, a new model from Olympus will do what it can to make sure your equipment survives with severe ruggedisation while keeping a degree of manual control.

5:01 pm 13/04/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Memory failure: what to do if a memory card breaks

We get lots of questions from readers, but one that never gets quite the right answer is what to do about memory cards that are on the way out. So what do you do if an SD card is failing, and what happens if you accidentally break one?

3:36 pm 10/04/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Nikon’s next mirrorless is the J5 with 4K video capture

A new compact mirrorless shooter is on the way for people who like small sizes and large output, with Nikon’s J5, a tiny camera that can capture 4K videos.

4:48 pm 02/04/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Yesterday was World Backup Day, so did you back up?

March 31 wasn’t just another day; it was a day to remind you to do something. And it’s something important for all people with a computer, smartphone, tablet, camera… just about anything that is digital.

11:11 am 01/04/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Netgear gets into home security with cordless Arlo

The home is getting smarter, and that’s something you can attribute to smart lightbulbs, smart appliances, and a conversation happening between your gadgets, but you’re going to need another set of gadgets to watch over your home, and that’s where Arlo comes in.

12:45 pm 27/03/2015 By Leigh D. Stark
Samsung's NX500 in black, with a Galaxy Note Edge behind it.

Samsung’s 4K compact arrives in April, NX500 for $999

Keen to shoot some 28 megapixel images and 4K UHD video but don’t like carrying around a big camera? You’re not the only one, and Samsung is showing what it can do to make your life easier with its compact NX500.

5:19 pm 20/03/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

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