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Canon EOS M3

The EOS M3 is Canon’s first CSC to be aimed squarely at enthusiast photographers. Andy Westlake finds out whether it hits the mark.

£599.00

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Samsung NX500 flash up

The NX500 places the NX1’s impressive 28-million-pixel sensor into a compact body. We find out whether it’s a wolf in sheep’s clothing.

£599.00

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Canon EF-S 24mm f/2.8 STM

Andy Westlake finds out whether Canon’s inexpensive and tiny prime lens is a tasty option for APS-C users.

£150.00

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Sony’s travel zoom lens for its Alpha 7 series of cameras has a complex design, but how well does it partner with a full-frame sensor?

£929.00

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Nikon D7200 product shot 4

Nikon D7200 review – The new D7200 offers small upgrades over its predecessor, but Callum McInerney-Riley asks, is this enough to improve upon the D7100?

£939.00

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Sony FE 28mm f/2

The smallest of Sony’s latest round of FE lenses is well worth considering, as Andy Westlake finds out.

£400.00

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Panasonic calls it ‘the one that loves a selfie’, but is the GF7 a camera for serious photographers too? Andy Westlake finds out

£430.00

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Fujifilm X-A2 product shot 15

The X-A2 presents subtle improvements over the X-A1. Is this enough to make it stand out in a saturated entry-level market?

£529.00

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Canon-EF-11-24mm-f4L-USM-(s)

Canon has made a bold statement with its latest L-series lens, but is the world’s widest-angle rectilinear zoom lens all it’s made out to be?

£2,799.99

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Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II with 12-50mm f/3.5-6.3 EZ lens

The E-M5 Mark II may look similar to its predecessor, but it's a different camera underneath. Andy Westlake examines it in detail

£899.00

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Nikon-AF-S-Nikkor-20mm-f1.8G ED

With an f/1.8 aperture, the Nikkor 20mm f/1.8G ED matches the current class leader. Richard Sibley pairs the new wideangle lens with a Nikon D750

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