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Nikon D850

The Nikon D850 is the latest DSLR from Nikon. This highly advanced professional camera delivers the highest resolution from Nikon with a 46 megapixels BSI-CMOS sensor having a wide ISO 64-25600, expandable to ISO 32-102400, sensitivity range. The sensor is paired with the latest EXPEED 5 processor to deliver a speedy 7 FPS at full-resolution and even gets a boost to 9 FPS when used with the optional grip and a more powerful battery, all still at 46 MP per frame.

This DSLR is the first Nikon to record 4K Ultra-HD video from the full-width of its sensor. It can do so at 30 FPS and produce in-camera Time-Lapse 4K video or capture frames for an 8K Time-Lapse to be assembled by computer. The Interval Timer on the D850 is incredibly sophisticated with unique options available, many are also applicable to in-camera Time-Lapse. The D850 also included Focus Bracketing with quite a few options.

An in-depth review of the Nikon D850 was just published at Neocamera. It goes through all the capabilities of the camera and analyses its ergonomics, usability and performance. As a change of scenery from the extreme cold we are having in Canada, the gallery of the Nikon D850 review is entirely shot in Jamaica.

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The Nikon D7500 is a 20 megapixels DSLR that sports the latest Nikon APS-C sensor, first seen in the flagship D500, offering a 50-1,683,400 expanded sensitivity range. This speedy DSLR can shoot continuously at 8 FPS and record 4K Ultra-HD video.  The D7500 is built to professional standards in a weatherproof body with dual control-dials and a large optical viewfinder.

Nikon D7500 Review

Neocamera just published an in-depth-review of the Nikon D7500. Read it to find out how the D7500 compares with its predecessor, the D7200, and measures up to the highly-acclaimed flagship D500.

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Fujifilm X-T20

An express review of the Fujifilm X-T20 was just published at Neocamera. This is an intermediate-level Fujifilm mirrorless which slots itself below the professional and weatherproof X-T2 yet above the simpler X-A10. The original X-T10 reviewed here delivered a spectacular performance comparable to the then-flagship X-T1 yet in a more compact and efficient design.

The Fujifilm X-T20 launced at CES 2017 in January takes the image processing pipeline of the flagship X-T2 and places it in a body identical to the X-T10. This is one rather compact APS-C mirrorless, yet not quite as small as the recently reviewed Fujifilm X-E3. Still, it offers the same 24 megapixels X-Trans CMOS III sensor as the X-T2 and pairs it with the same X-Processor Pro. Together these can shoot continuously at 14 FPS with an electronic-shutter or 8 FPS with a mechanical one, plus it can record 4K Ultra-HD video as can be seen right here:

The 24 MP APS-C sensor in the X-T20 offers a 325-Point hybrid autofocus system which combines Phase-Detect and Contrast-Detect AF. This camera offers a good number of features and an impressive number of controls for its size, including dual control-dials, plus dedicated EC, Shutter-Speed and Drive Mode dials. The body is equipped with a large 2.4 megapixels 0.39″ EVF with 0.62X magnification, 100% coverage and an Eye-Start Sensor.

Read the complete Fujifilm X-T20 review at Neocamera.

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A full-review of the Fujifilm X-E3 was just published at Neocamera. This is the latest Fujifilm mirrorless that packs in their latest 24 megapixels X-Trans CMOS III sensor with built-in Phase-Detect in a really compact and innovative hybrid rangefinder design.

The X-E3 features an X-Processor Pro for fast processing to track focus, shoot continuously at 10 FPS and record 4K Ultra-HD video. Read on the Fujifilm X-E3 review to know all about it. We take an in-depth look at its usability, ergonomics and performance.

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Panasonic Lumix GX850

A review of the Panasonic Lumix GX850 was just published at Neocamera. This is currently the smallest Micro Four-Thirds camera on the market, succeeding the discontinued GM1. It is built around a 16 megapixels Four-Thirds CMOS sensor with fast readout which enables 4K Ultra-HD video, 4K Photo Bursts at 30 FPS and Post Focus mode. Even though this is a small entry-level mirrorless, Panasonic made the GX850 quite feature-rich with AEB of up to 7 frames, WB Bracketing, HDR, Multiple-Exposure, Time-Lapse, Stop-Motion, an Interval Timer and much more.

Read the full-review of the Panasonic Lumix GX850 to find out how it performs.

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