Compact system cameras

Compact camera system camera reviews by Amateur Photographer, (also called hybrid cameras and micro four thirds cameras)

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Samsung NX1 Review

Featuring the world’s first APS-C-sized, 28.2-million-pixel backside illuminated sensor and a host of other exciting specs, checkout this Samsung NX1 Review

£1,299.00

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Olympus Pen E-PL7 Review

Targeting a very specific niche, the E-PL7 has a quality 16.1-milllion-pixel, four thirds Live MOS sensor and an unconventional design feature that should see it stand out from the competition.…

£399.00

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Panasonic Lumix DMC-GM5 Review

With the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GM5, Panasonic has taken last year's miniature GM1 compact system camera, added a built-in electronic viewfinder and refined the control layout. Andy Westlake asks what's not…

£750.00

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Sony Alpha 5100

Sony Alpha A5100 review – first impressions

Sony claim the Sony Alpha A5100 is the world's smallest compact system camera with an APS-C size sensor. But what are our first thoughts of the 24-million-pixel camera?

£420.00
Nikon 1 J4 product shot - in hand

Nikon 1 J4 review

Featuring a revamped 1-inch CX-format 18.4-million-pixel CMOS sensor with fast read out the new Nikon 1 J4 delivers continuous full resolution shooting up to 20 frames per second. But can…

£429.99

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Samsung NX3000 product shot - in hand

Samsung NX3000 review

With a 20.3-million-pixel APS-C sensor and a brand new 16-50mm F/3.5-f/5.6 kit lens for around £350, is the Samsung NX3000 the best value NX camera yet?

£350.00

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Sony Alpha 7S

Sony Alpha 7S review

The Sony A7S is the latest addition to Sony's growing full frame CSC stable. It features a 12.2MP sensor and an eye-watering 50-409,600 ISO range. Find out where it fits…

£2,259.00

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Leica T (Type 701) front

Leica T (Type 701) review

Leica’s compact system camera has finally arrived, but how will Leica users feel about the 16.3-million-pixel Leica T (Type 701) and its radical design and handling? We put it to…

£1,350.00

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