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Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ1000

The Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ1000 is a unique ultra-zoom which offers a large 1″ CMOS sensor with 20 megapixels. The lens has a stabilized 16X optical-zoom range, equivalent to 25-400mm with a moderately bright F/2.8-4 maximum aperture. Using a high-speed processor, the FZ1000 can record 4K Ultra-HD video at 30 FPS and shoot continuously at 12 FPS.

Neocamera just published a review covering all the major features of the FZ1000, analyzing it usability, image quality and performance. Read the review to learn about the FZ1000.

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An review of the Canon EOS Rebel T5i was just published at Neocamera. This is an entry-level DSLR with 18 megapixels APS-C CMOS sensor featuring built-in Phase-Detect to assist with video and Live-View autofocus. This light-weight DSLR offers a 95% coverage 0.85X magnification OVF and rotating 3″ touchscreen LCD with 1 megapixels.

Canon EOS Rebel T5i

The Canon Rebel T5i review covers its usability and performance, comparing it closely with the smaller SL1 which shares the same internal components. As always, a gallery of full-resolution images and sample crops are available throughout the ISO range of this digital camera.

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The Nikon 1 J5 is the latest mirrorless from Nikon. This small compact digital camera features a 20 megapixels CMOS sensor with high-speed read-out which allows 60 FPS continuous drive at full-resolution and 4K Ultra-HD capture at 15 FPS. It is complemented by an electronic shutter with top-speed of 1/16000s and a built-in hybrid autofocus system wit 105 Phase-Detect points and 171 Contrast-Detect areas.

Nikon 1 J5 and lenses covering 18-270mm.

As the sensor is 1″-type and has a 2.7X crop-factor, relative to full-frame, the Nikon 1 system makes it possible to make smaller cameras and lenses than almost all mirrorless system while also exceeding the image-quality of similarly-sized fixed-lens cameras. Above one can see the 1 J5 with a 6.7-13mm and a 10-100mm lens. This combination is equivalent to an 18-270mm range on a full-frame camera (or 12-180mm on APS-C), yet it is much more compact.

Nikon 1 J5

The new J5 is completely revised from previous Nikon 1 cameras. It offers a new sensor and ergonomics with a more traditional interface. Still, among entry-level mirrorless, it is one of the few now to offer dual control-dials and a mode-dial. A detailed review of the Nikon 1 J5 is available at Neocamera. Read on to see how the 1 J5 performs and compares to its predecessors.

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The Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II, as the name suggests, is the second-generation of the excellent E-M5 which introduces the Olympus professional mirrorless lineup. It offers a built-in EVF with Eye-Start Sensor in a weather-proof and freeze-proof body with dual control-dials and plenty of controls to match is professional status.

Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II


Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II Review

The E-M5 Mark II has been revised externally and internally compared to its predecessor. The most significant changes include a new 16 megapixels CMOS sensor mounted on a 5-Axis image-stabilization system which offers a 40 megapixels Super-Resolution capture mode. This is possible by capturing 8 exposures with the sensor offset to obtain full color information at each pixel and details in between. This is available within the ISO 100 to 1600 range and for shutter-speeds from 1/8000s – 8s.

This new sensor is paired with a faster processor and hybrid shutter which reaches speeds of 10 FPS and 1/16000s, among the fastest available at full-resolution. Mechanical shutter-speed still reaches a respectable 1/8000s. Also added is full 1080p HD video at 60 FPS.

A very similar body hides a number of interface tweaks and a much higher-resolution 0.5″ EVF, this time with 2.4 megapixels. There is also a 1 megapixels 3″ rotating LCD while remaining quite compact.

Read the detailed Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II review at Neocamera to find see how it performs.

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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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