Compact System & Mirrorless Cameras
Truly shaking up the market, the Canon EOS R5 is packed with new technology and major improvements that sets it aside from its competitors. The Canon R body has been designed for professional photographers and videographers alike, allowing you to elevate your practice to the next level. It's been equipped with an all-new 45MP CMOS Image Sensor & DIGIC X Processor that is capable of incredibly detailed 48MP stills and 8K video footage. Combining Canon's Dual Pixel CMOS AF system and a blisteringly fast 20fps mechanical shutter, you'll be able to accurately capture every moment of the action with precision. Then, there is a game-changing new addition which is a Canon first: The R5 is the very first Canon camera body to feature a 5-Axis IBIS system that is compatible with the RF and EF optically stabilised lenses; producing shake-free and smooth video footage. It's a true marvel of the photographic world.
Introducing the Canon EOS R6 Mirrorless Camera. Canon's goal with this camera body is to bring together each and every photographic discipline, allowing anyone's practice to thrive using this system. The EOS R6 features incredible shooting speeds and even more impressive low-light performance which extends the areas of photography that can be explored. Furthermore, the EOS R6 is amongst the first two Canon cameras ever to feature In-Built Image Stabilisation (IBIS) which when combined with specific RF and EF optically stabilised lenses, offers effectively 8-stops of stabilisation. This means that you can capture shake-free images and super-smooth video footage, using the EOS R6's 4K60p video capabilities. In addition to all these features, the EOS R6 also comes with Canon's Dual Pixel CMOS AF II system which provides incredible subject tracking of both humans and now animals too!
The Sony A7 III Digital Camera Body is the third iteration in the game-changing Sony A7 range. It comes upgraded with a back-illuminated 24.2-megapixel Full-Frame Exmor R CMOS imaging sensor, and the reinvented BIONZ X processing engine. The camera facilitates 4K HDR video capture and comes with 15-stops of dynamic range. Furthermore, it is capable of shooting 10fps, offers a fantastic ISO from 100-51200 as well as 5-axis image stabilisation all in a stylish, compact mirrorless system camera body.
The Sony Alpha A7R Mark II Digital Camera Body is the world's first camera to feature a Back-Illuminated Full-Frame 42.4-megapixel EXMOR R CMOS imaging sensor. This fantastic piece of technology delivers high sensitivity, high resolution as well as a high-speed AF response of up to 40% faster than its predecessor. The user can enjoy high-resolution 4K video capture in multiple formats including the very popular Super 35mm without pixel binning, and full-frame format. This makes it perfect for both professionals as well as aspiring filmmakers, and photographers alike looking for a professional tool.
Introducing the Sony A7R IV mirrorless camera. This addition to the Sony mirrorless family features a powerful and huge 61MP full-frame sensor. This back-illuminated sensor can provide up to a whole 15-stops of dynamic range which in turn allows for incredible low-light performance. The same impressive pixel-shift multi-shooting mode, found in the A7 III has been used in this new iteration. This mode allows you to create unbelievable 240MP images. The camera also features a stunning 5.76 million dot UXGA OLED viewfinder, 567 phase-detect AF points, and a hugely accurate real-time iAF tracking for both humans and animals.
The Sony A7R III is the third iteration from the Sony's A7R series of mirrorless compact system cameras. The cameras offer improved speed and image quality thanks to its 42.4MP full frame Exmor R CMOS Sensor and impressive processing system. A huge 399-point focal-plane phase-detection AF system and high-speed continuous shooting of up to 10fps make this camera incredibly versatile and will cater for a wide range of applications. Some of what made the A7r II so popular has been inherited by the Sony a7R 3 such as, stunning 4K 30p video capture and 5-axis image stabilisation.
Fujifilm's X-T4, the latest in the lineup of fantastic X-T camera bodies, is packed with new features which make shooting photography and videography more efficient, intuitive and most of all, enjoyable. You will be able to capture stunningly sharp and detail footage using the back-illuminated 26.1MP X-TransTM CMOS 4, driven by a high-speed X-Processor 4 image-processing engine. A complete redesign of the autofocus system has resulted in much faster and quieter performance than previous models. The X-T4 is also the first X-T camera body to feature in-body image stabilisation (IBIS) which can be combined with Fujifilm's excellent lens lineup to help capture smooth and steady video, as well as being ideal for low-light, sport, wildlife and action photography. All of which is powered by a new battery system, resulting in longer shooting sessions without the need to charge or replace your battery.
The Sony A7S III Digital Camera Body is the latest addition to Sony's S series camera line up. These cameras are designed to provide the highest level of sensitivity possible and the Sony A7s III does just that. It's equipped with an Exmor R 12MP Full-Frame BSI Sensor with an ISO sensitivity range from 80 to 102400, expandable from 40 to 409600. A newly designed BIONZ XR Processing engine provides up to an 8x faster performance over previous models. Its video capabilities are overwhelming, offering 4K 120P (4:2:2 10bit) recording and FHD 240P for stunning slow-motion video. It's equipped with an incredible 759 point on-sensor phase decision AF with real-time eye tracking of both humans and animals, as well as real-time tracking in both video and stills. This camera demonstrates Sony's ability to produce stunning image quality and professional performance in one body.
The Sony A7 III Digital Camera Body is the third iteration in the game-changing Sony A7 range. It comes upgraded with a back-illuminated 24.2-megapixel Full-Frame Exmor R CMOS imaging sensor, and the reinvented BIONZ X processing engine. The camera facilitates 4K HDR video capture and comes with 15-stops of dynamic range. Furthermore, it is capable of shooting 10fps, offers a fantastic ISO from ...
Despite 2020 releasing a variety of contesting mirrorless camera bodies, Nikon’s Z6 remained one of the top mirrorless cameras that you can purchase on the market. So, what does the Nikon Z6 II have in store for us? Nikon took on board all the user feedback that came back from the 1st-Gen Z6 to produce this vastly improved Nikon Z6 II camera body. Most notably, some additional features of this ...
The R is the first foray into the full-frame compact system market from Canon. Boasting a 30.3MP full-frame sensor, and the new RF camera mount, the Canon R is packed with impressive tech. Featuring dual pixel phase-detection AF, 14-bit RAW, and video capture from 4K30p / Full HD at 60fps / HD and 120fps. A rear Multi-Function bar also offers unparalleled interface customisation.
The Panasonic Lumix G9 is the flagship model designed for photographers that need the highest quality and speed possible. At the heart of the G9 is a powerful 20.3 megapixel sensor and the Venus processing engine. There's also 5-axis image stabilisation in the shape of Lumix's Dual I.S II system which facilitates the camera's 80MP mode in JPEG and RAW, as well as burst shooting at 20fps. Other useful features included include dual SD card slots, a 6K photo mode, and 4K60p video.