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Panasonic Lumix DMC-LF1

An express review of the Panasonic Lumix DMC-LF1 was just published on Neocamera. The diminutive digital camera is the smallest ever to feature a built-in EVF. It offers a high number of photographic controls, including dual control-dials and a traditional mode-dial.

While it is one of the smallest premium cameras on the market, it boats a stabilized 7X wide-angle optical zoom with a bright F/2 maximum aperture at the wide-angle end. Incredibly for such a camera, the Panasonic LF1 boasts a class-leading range of exposure-parameters with shutter-speeds from 1/4000s to 250s and an ISO sensitivity range of 80 to 12800.

The Panasonic LF1 is certainly designed to have fun with photography. Read the review to find out what else it can do and how it performs.

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Earlier this year, Fuji unveiled their first professional-grade mirrorless, taking their already high-end lineup to the next level. The latest member of the X-family of mirrorless brings a weather-sealed and freezeproof metal body while introducing a class-leading EVF with a whopping 0.77X magnification as well as 2.4 megapixels of resolutions and 100% coverage.

A review of the Fuji X-T1 was just published at Neocamera. This review takes an in-depth look at the X-T1 with its 16 megapixels X-Trans CMOS II sensor and its EXR II processor. This pair allows this mirrorless to deliver 8 FPS continuous shooting at maximum resolution and full 1080p HD video-capture at 60 FPS.

Fuji X-T1

The Fuji X-T1 offers a huge number of controls, including dedicated dials for ISO, Shutter-Speed and EC, plus the dual control-dials expected from this level of digital camera. A tilting 3″ LCD with 1 megapixels and built-in WiFi add to the headline features.

Read the detailed review of the Fuji X-T1 to find out how this digital camera performs.

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The Nikon Df is the world’s only retro-styled DSLR. Featuring a state-of-the-art full-frame 16 megapixels sensor with ISO 50 to 204,800 range in a weather-sealed body with numerous direct dials plus dual control-dials, the Df offers the most compatibility with Nikon F-mount lenses ever seen in a digital camera. It supports non-AI lenses which predate 1977 thanks to a retractable metering coupling tab.

A review of the Nikon Df was just published at Neocamera. This review takes a thorough look at the latest Nikon DSLR with a critical eye on its new and unique design. A comparison of image-quality under controlled-conditions with the flagship D4 is included as well as a full-resolution gallery of images taken at every full-stop ISO the Df is capable of.

Nikon Df

The Nikon Df offers an opportunity to control the camera with analog-style controls while maintaining the flexibility and rich feature-set of a modern DSLR with one exclusion, movie mode. Well, there is no built-in flash either but that is common among full-frame DSLRs and the Df sports both a standard hot-shoe and sync-port for external lighting.

Review the review here to learn about the Nikon Df’s usability and performance.

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Fuji currently offers 5 mirrorless cameras, all with 1.5X crop APS-C sensors and their own X-mount. Sitting just above the most basic model, the Fuji X-M1 features the innovative 16 megapixels X-Trans CMOS sensor which debuted on the X-Pro1. This uses a special 6×6 pattern of color-filters to avoid issues with moire without the need for an anti-alias filter.

Fuji X-M1

An express review of the entry-level X-M1 was just published at Neocamera. This model provides the most affordable Fuji mirrorless with X-Trans technology. Unlike most its competitors, the X-M1 is equipped with dual control-dials, plus a traditional mode-dial and hot-shoe. It also offers more external buttons than usual for a camera of its price.

Read the review to find out how it performs and compared with other members of the X-family.

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The Fuji XQ1 is their latest premium compact, one which is built around a 2/3″ X-Trans CMOS II sensor with built-in Phase-Detect AF. This 12 megapixels camera offers dual control-dials and plenty of manual-controls in a pocket-friendly size.

Fuji XQ1

Neocamera just published a detailed review of the Fuji XQ1 here. Read it to find out how the XQ1 performs and compares to its predecessor, the unique XF1 which features the smallest mechanical zoom in the world.

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