Sony APS-C shooters received some good news this summer in the form of two new E-mount lenses: the 16-55mm F2.8 and 70-350mm F4.5-6.3. Covering a 105-525mm equiv. range, the latter offers powerful reach for crop-sensor Sony cameras. We took to the high seas (okay, we rode a public ferry) to test it out on the mainland and beyond.
Sony’s flagship APS-C camera, the a6600, is a refinement of its predecessor and now includes industry-leading autofocus and battery life. But is that enough to earn it top marks? We think Sony could have pushed the boundaries a little further – find out how in our full review.
With the EOS M6 Mark II, Canon has taken its midrange mirrorless game up a notch. Offering the highest-res APS-C sensor on the market, 4K video, super-fast burst shooting and comfortable ergonomics, the M6 II is compact and a real pleasure to shoot with. Get all the details in our full review.
The PowerShot G7 X Mark III doesn’t stray from the formula that made its predecessors well-liked, at least on the outside. Its feature set, however, has been greatly improved, with live YouTube streaming being the highlight.
The Fujifilm X-Pro3’s new viewfinder, new screen and titanium construction all make for an appealing camera, but perhaps only for a certain type of photographer.