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Panasonic Lumix GX9

If the Lumix GX9 looks familiar, that’s because externally it’s almost indistinguishable from the Lumix GX8, Panasonic’s previous premium rangefinder-style mirrorless camera. The Lumix GX9 does not replace the cheaper but similar-looking Lumix GX85 (GX80 outside the US), but we … Continue reading

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Olympus PEN E-PL9

The PEN E-PL9 is the latest mirrorless camera from Olympus aimed at those looking for a stylish but accessible upgrade over their smartphone as they look to take their photography to the next stage.  Whereas the OM-D line of mirrorless … Continue reading

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Tamron 18-400mm f/3.5-6.3 Di II VC HLD

Here’s a funny thing. People buy a DSLR so that they can use interchangeable lenses, then they want a single lens that does everything. Available in Canon and Nikon mount options, Tamron’s latest all-in-one ‘superzoom’ lens comes closer than most … Continue reading

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Tamron SP 24-70mm f/2.8 Di VC USD G2

What price a top-flight standard zoom? Canon and Nikon shooters upgrading from an APS-C format body to a full-frame model face a hefty extra bill for the latest own-brand 24-70mm f/2.8 lenses, at around £1,730/$ 1,750/AU$ 2,400 and £2,000/$ 2,400/AU$ … Continue reading

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Yi Technology 4K+ Action Camera review

The Essential Review This is TechRadar’s review summary that gives you all the key information you need if you’re looking for quick buying advice in 30 seconds – our usual full, in-depth review follows. The Yi Technology 4K+ Action Camera … Continue reading

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Sony Alpha A9

The Sony Alpha A9 has quite a job on its hands. While the likes of Fujifilm's X-T2 and Sony's own Alpha A7R II have tempted some pros, particularly studio and landscape photographers, to trade-in their DSLR kit, it's been a … Continue reading

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Sony Alpha A9

The Sony Alpha A9 has quite a job on its hands. While the likes of Fujifilm's X-T2 and Sony's own Alpha A7R II have tempted some pros, particularly studio and landscape photographers, to trade-in their DSLR kit, it's been a … Continue reading

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DJI Tello

There’s never a shortage of drones at CES 2018 these days, but if you look past all the hexacopter and quadcoptors designed for extreme performance, DJI unveiled something uniquely simple with the DJI Tello. Unlike the company’s previous products, the … Continue reading

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Lenovo Mirage Camera

The Lenovo Mirage Camera eschews the idea of capturing 360-degree video and, instead, focuses on recording brilliant-looking 180-degree footage in 3D. We tested Daydream VR-supported camera at CES 2018 and can firmly say that '180' doesn't mean it's half as … Continue reading

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Sony Cyber-shot HX60V

High zoom travel compacts seem to be one area of the compact camera market that is continuing to do well in an area otherwise marred by smartphone sales. [Update: The Cyber-shot HX60V has been available now for almost four years … Continue reading

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Panasonic Lumix G9 review

The Lumix G9 is Panasonic's new flagship mirrorless camera, sitting alongside the Lumix GH5 in the range.  Despite the GH5 being the company's most stills-orientated flagship camera so far, it's still seen by many as primarily a videographer's tool that … Continue reading

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Aerix DaVinci

Low-cost drones are normally all about compromise – you either have to make do with reduced features, or you need additional hardware (such as a smartphone for control) or, in the worst possible cases, both. The Aerix DaVinci is unique … Continue reading

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