Nikon's updated mirrorless twins gain dual card slots, enhanced autofocus and faster shooting speeds
Compact system cameras
Mirrorless, or Compact System Camera reviews by Amateur Photographer, is where you'll find the latest reviews on all the new models from Sony, Canon, Nikon, Fujifilm, Olympus, Panasonic and more, with all models covered including Micro Four Thirds cameras, L-Mount cameras, and more.
With this powerhouse all-rounder, Canon has got full-frame mirrorless absolutely right
Olympus’s attractive entry-level OM-D gains a 20MP sensor and a selfie screen, and delivers lovely pictures.
Michael Topham finds out how Canon’s flagship full-frame mirrorless camera performs
We’ve been eagerly awaiting the X-T4’s arrival. Does it live up to high expectations? Michael Topham finds out...
Andy Westlake investigates Olympus’s updated, super-fast Micro Four Thirds flagship
Fujifilm’s APS-C flagship gains in-body image stabilisation and a fully articulated screen. Andy Westlake takes a close look
Andy Westlake takes a detailed look at the world’s smallest full-frame mirrorless camera
Has more charm been added to the Fujifilm X-Pro3 by introducing an unusual hidden screen? Michael Topham offers his verdict
Is the Fujifilm X-A7 a good option for first time buyers? Michael Topham offers his verdict
Leica’s high-end full-frame mirrorless model has a lot in common with the Panasonic S1R, but is the £2000 premium worth paying? Andy Westlake investigates.
Sony’s flagship APS-C mirrorless camera boasts the firm’s latest autofocus technology and in-body stabilisation, but in an ageing body design. Andy Westlake takes a critical look
Nikon's first APS-C mirrorless camera goes under the spotlight. Michael Topham offers his verdict
Andy Westlake examines whether Olympus’s updated compact, lightweight but fully-featured Micro Four Thirds model can hold its own against strong APS-C competition
AP samples the world’s smallest and lightest full frame mirrorless camera
With the 102-million-pixel GFX100, Fujifilm has made the most practical ultra-high-resolution camera yet, but it's let down by flawed handling
Panasonic’s general-purpose full-frame mirrorless camera is very capable, but bulkier and less refined than its competitors