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Hahnel ProCube 2

The ProCube 2 comes in five different versions – Canon, Nikon, Panasonic/Fujifilm combined, Olympus and Sony. Each one will charge between two and four different battery types, and it accommodates different sizes with a removable battery plate that clips into … Continue reading

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Manfrotto Pro Light FastTrack-8 Sling Bag

Finding the right kind of camera bag for travel or street photography – or generally just walking around snapping – is really difficult. A shoulder bag gives you easy access, but it swings about too much when you’re leaping on … Continue reading

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Canon EOS Rebel T7 / EOS 2000D review

The EOS Rebel T7 / EOS 2000D is Canon's latest entrant into the competitive entry-level DSLR sector, replacing the EOS Rebel T6 / EOS 1300D.  With a relatively low price point (entry-level DSLRs can be noticeably cheaper than a lot … Continue reading

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Fujifilm X-A5

Fujifilm is pretty clear about its target audience for the X-A5. Its features, brochure and promotional materials are all targeted heavily at Instagram influencers and female family ‘record keepers’, rather than gadget-obsessed males. So let’s not knock it. This is … Continue reading

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Sigma 24-70mm DG OS HSM | Art

For everyday shooting, a standard zoom lens is the go-to optic for most DSLR owners, so it pays to get a good one. The latest own-brand Canon and Nikon 24-70mm f/2.8 lenses have equally fast aperture ratings and are built … Continue reading

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GoXtreme Barracuda

The latest GoPro HERO6 Black is a serious investment, so the chance to record video in 4K quality for just £100/$ 100 is tempting. Add water resistance to 10m and it's seriously so. Can this low-budget water baby compete in … Continue reading

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Panasonic Lumix ZS200 / TZ200

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. What separates the Panasonic Lumix ZS200 … Continue reading

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Fujifilm Instax Share SP-3

The Instax Share SP-3 certainly costs plenty to run. Film comes in packs of ten which typically cost around £9/$ 12, so that’s way more expensive than using a photo lab or even a desktop printer. But the whole point … Continue reading

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Panasonic Lumix GH5S

The Lumix GH5S is Panasonic's latest video-focused mirrorless camera, and if the comprehensive video specification of the Lumix GH5 isn't quite enough to satisfy your needs, the GH5S may well be what you're looking for. The GH5S is designed primarily … Continue reading

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Canon EOS M50 review

The EOS M50 is Canon's latest mirrorless camera, extending its M-series range from three to four. While it has a similar silhouette to the flagship EOS M5, the M50 sits further down the range, slotting in between the entry-level EOS … Continue reading

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Sony Alpha A7 III review

The Alpha A7 III sits on the bottom rung of Sony's full-frame mirrorless camera range, and is designed to appeal to both keen enthusiast photographers and professionals.  In the past the A7 series of cameras have always felt like poor … Continue reading

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Panasonic Lumix GX9 review

The Lumix GX9 is the successor to one of the oldest mirrorless cameras in Panasonic's current range, the Lumix GX8. Aimed at the enthusiast photographer who wants a compact but high-performance camera, the GX9 is Panasonic's latest premium rangefinder-style mirrorless camera, … Continue reading

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