Digital Cameras

  • GoPro Hero 8 Black

    GoPro Hero 8 Black

    GoPro’s new flagship action camera boasts HyperSmooth 2.0, an improved and now adjustable version of the electronic image stabilization that was introduced in the Hero 7. The Hero 8 Black also introduces GoPro’s Mods. These are optional cases that have built-in peripherals such as lights, a fold-out display, and cold-shoe mounts. The camera also features four digital lenses that give you more control over the zoom. Finally, it has foldable fingers, so you no longer need to put it in …cotinue reading

  • Sony RX100 VII Camera

    Sony RX100 VII Camera

    The latest edition of Sony’s premium compact camera may look the exactly the same as its predecessor, but it’s actually got a couple of significant upgrades. It has a new stacked image sensor that’s tailored for speed, the blazing fast autofocus from the pro-level a9, and real-time tracking for both still and video.

  • Sigma fp Camera

    Sigma fp Camera

    The Sigma fp is the world’s lightest and smallest full-frame camera. That’s no mere bullet point; it’s so portable you won’t be blamed for mistaking it for a point-and-shoot. It has a 24.6MP sensor, a 49-point autofocus system, an electronic shutter that allows for up to 18fps continuous shooting, and a 3.15″ rear touchscreen display. It has a dedicated switch for still and video modes, and can take up to UHD 4k 30p video. It will be available starting fall …cotinue reading

  • Mokacam Alpha3 Action Camera

    Mokacam Alpha3 Action Camera

    Mokacam’s Alpha3 action camera supports HDR, allowing it to capture more realistic photos and videos. It shoots up to 4K video and has electronic image stabilization for smooth and sharp footage. The Flip version has a 180ยบ swiveling rear screen, while the Pro version is waterproof down to 10ft.

  • Hasselblad X1D II 50C

    Hasselblad X1D II 50C

    Hasselblad revolutionized the camera industry when it released the world’s first medium-format mirrorless camera, the X1D. Its successor promises a more intuitive interface, enhanced electronics, and the same 50MP sensor. All that with a significantly reduced price tag compared to the $9000 original.

  • Sony RX0 II

    Sony RX0 II

    This second generation all-action camera has evolved to capture more of life’s most fun-filled moments with greater ease and efficiency. The Sony RX0 II is a pocket-sized point and shoot that promises to put the wind up GoPro. It’s waterproof to 10 meters, dustproof and shock- and crush-resistant, while shooting stunning 4K video–and impressive stills–and can be controlled wirelessly courtesy of an app. The handy 180-degree flip-up screen is vlogger- and selfie-friendly, too.

  • Ricoh GR III

    Ricoh GR III

    A staggeringly well-priced camera with staggering image quality, even in low light, thanks in no small part to a 24MP CMOS sensor with an accelerator, introducing the Ricoh GR III. Other photo-friendly features include a state-of-the-art auto-focus system with a three-inch touchscreen as well as full HD movie recording and easy pairing with mobile devices.

  • Canon Cliq+

    Canon Cliq+

    Ready to take on the likes of Fujifilm and ride the ever-surging popularity of the retro Polaroid-inspired wave, the Canon Cliq+ is an affordable digital camera equipped with a built-in printer. Eight-megapixel images arrive on 2×2 or 3×2 on zinc paper prints, with the cameras featuring the likes of Bluetooth, a lens-light and even a selfie mirror.