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Fuji XQ2

A review of the latest ultra-compact premium camera from Fuji was just published at Neocamera. This one follows closely the XQ1 with a new Classic Chrome Film Simulation mode while keeping all the goodness of its predecessor.

The XQ2 features a 12 megapixels 2/3″ X-Trans CMOS II sensor paired with a ultra-bright F/1.8 wide-angle 4X optical zoom lens in a body with dual control-dials, a 3″ LCD and built-in WiFi. Read the Fuji XQ2 review to know how this premium camera performs.

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The Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX100 takes the premium camera concept to a new level with its 2.2X-crop multi-aspect-ratio sensor and versatile Leica Vario-Summilux 24-75mm F/1.7-2.8 lens. It actually features a full 16 megapixels Four-Thirds CMOS sensor and uses it to capture ultra-wide images at 4:3, 3:2 and 16:9 aspect-ratios at around 12 megapixels. This sensor even outputs full-resolution images at 11 FPS and captures 4K Ultra-HD video at 30 FPS.

Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX100

The LX100 offers a huge number of external controls, including dedicated dials for aperture, shutter-speed and EC, plus  generic control-ring and control-dials. It puts manual-controls efficiently and intuitively at your finger-tips. This is one of the most feature-ring digital cameras around and it manages to squeeze in a built-in 2.8 megapixels EVF, 3″ LCD, WiFi in a relatively compact body.

Read Neocamera’s detailed Panasonic LX100 review to find out why this premium digital camera earns our rare Excellent+ rating.

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Nikon D7200

The Nikon D7200 follows the D7100 with a nearly identical proven and intuitive design, while introducing a revised 24 megapixels anti-alias filter-free APS-C CMOS sensor and internal processor. This new DSLR adds 1080p video at 60 FPS, built-in WiFi and NFC to an already impressive feature-set.

Read our Nikon D7200 review to see how the improvements measure up.

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Nikon D5500 Review

The Nikon D5500 is the latest entry-level DSLR from Nikon. It features the latest generation 24 megapixels APS-C sensor which is capable for full 1080p HD video capture at 60 FPS and does not use an anti-alias filter. This gives it the ability to resolve extremely fine details.

The D5500 follows the D5300 with a new sensor and redesigned controls, something which had been steady among the lineup for a long time. The number of controls and functionality-accessibility remains extremely similar though. In our detailed review of the Nikon D5500, we cover every button and dial. As usual, there is a detailed analysis of performance, followed by a gallery of full-resolution photographs at every ISO.

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Canon Powershot G7 X

The Canon Powershot G7 X is a premium compact with a 1″ CMOS sensor and an F/1.8 maximum aperture lens. It can capture 20 megapixels images at 6.5 FPS and has a stabilized 4.2X ultra-wide-angle optical zoom while remaining the size of a typical compact digital camera.

As a premium model, it offers plenty of external controls, including dual control-dials. It boasts and impressive set of features as well. Its versatility is class-leading with a 1/2000s-250s shutter-speed range, built-in 3-stop ND filter and F/1.8-2.8 to F/11 aperture-range.

Neocamera just published a detailed review of the Canon Powershot G7 X. Read on to find out how this digital camera performs and compares.

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