The NX500 places the NX1’s impressive 28-million-pixel sensor into a compact body. Andy Westlake finds out whether it’s a wolf in sheep’s clothing
Compact system cameras
Compact camera system camera reviews by Amateur Photographer, (also called hybrid cameras and micro four thirds cameras)
Panasonic calls it ‘the one that loves a selfie’, but is the GF7 a camera for serious photographers too? Andy Westlake finds out
The X-A2 presents subtle improvements over the X-A1. Is this enough to make it stand out in a saturated entry-level market?
The E-M5 Mark II may look similar to its predecessor, but it's a different camera underneath. Andy Westlake examines it in detail
Andy Westlake investigates Canon's first enthusiast-oriented compact system camera
Andy Westlake takes you through Olympus’s updated OM-D E-M5 Mark II compact system camera
In our Sony Alpha 7 II review, Michael Topham finds out whether the successor to the A7 improves the aesthetics and irons out the handling quirks
The Samsung NX1 features the world’s first 28.2-million-pixel APS-C BSI CMOS sensor and a host of other exciting specs. Read Jon Devo's full 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.…
Panasonic's Lumix DMC-GM5 is the smallest interchangeable lens camera with an electronic viewfinder. Callum McInerney-Riley looks into it