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Canon EOS 80D Review

Introduction The Canon EOS 80D is a prosumer APS-C digital SLR camera. Successor to the three year old 70D, the EOS 80D features a 24.2 megapixel CMOS sensor, an updated Dual-Pixel CMOS AF system which now additionally offers continuous autofocus during live view stills shooting, an Intelligent Viewfinder which displays 100% of the frame, a 3-inch vari-angle LCD touchscreen, 1080p Full HD video up to 60fps in MP4 format with new time-lapse and HDR movie modes and a headphone port, 7fps burst shooting, a new 45 all cross-type point AF system, DIGIC 6 image processor, 7560-pixel RGB+IR metering system, built-in wi-fi and NFC, Anti-Flicker mode, and an ISO range of 100-25600. Positioned above the EOS 760D / Rebel T6s and below the EOS 7D Mark II, the Canon EOS 80D is available priced at £999.99 / $1199 for the body only or $1799 with the new EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM lens. Ease of Use From the outside the new Canon EOS 80D looks very similar to its predecessor, the EOS 70D, which we reviewed back in 2013. Measuring 139.0 x 105.2 x 78.5mm, it’s ever so slightly bigger than the 70D, but slightly lighter at 730g including the battery […]

Sony A99 II Review

Introduction The Sony A99 II is the latest professional / experienced enthusiast full-frame camera from Sony to feature an “SLT” design. These types of camera use a translucent mirror, rather than a traditional mirror design, which allows for faster frame rates. Featuring a 42 megapixel full-frame sensor, other specifications include 4K video recording, a tilting LCD screen, dual memory card slots, an electronic viewfinder and a Bionz X Processor. It uses the Sony A Mount, which makes it compatible with a range of lenses – but crucially is different from the Sony E mount, which is found on the A7 range of full-frame cameras. The Sony SLT-A99 is available now priced at around £2999 / $3199 body only. Ease of Use The Sony A99 II is aimed at high-end enthusiast or professional photographers, and as such, it is large and has a high number of dials and buttons. A chunky grip gives you plenty of room for your hand to fit comfortably, with your index finger resting on the shutter release button. The grip, and the rest of the body of the camera is textured with a high-quality coating, which along with the heavy weight and sturdy construction makes it […]

Sony A6500 Review

Introduction The Sony A6500 replaces the 8-month-old A6300 as Sony’s premium APS-C Alpha offering. The A6500 retains a similar outward appearance to its predecessor, featuring full weather sealing against dust and moisture ingress, but now has in-body 5-axis stabilization, a touch-enabled LCD screen, a bigger buffer for continuous shooting, new C2 | C1 custom buttons on the top plate, a high-durability shutter mechanism (up to 200,000 frames) and a redesigned menu interface. The A6500 can capture 4K 3840 x 2160 video at 30fps, along with Full HD 1080p content at 120fps, and the 24.2MP sensor features a cutting edge design that enables the A6500 to record at ISO 51200. The camera features no fewer than 425 phase detection AF points that cover almost the entire image frame, which helps ensure accurate subject tracking, and with the aid of Sony’s powerful Bionz X image processor, gives the A6500 a claimed focussing speed of just 0.05 seconds. The Sony A6500 also offers extensive control customisation, built-in Wi-Fi, NFC and Bluetooth, a 2.36-million dot viewfinder, a tiltable 922k-dot LCD screen, and 11 fps continuous shooting with full autofocus and autoexposure. The Sony A6500 costs £1499 / $1399 / €1700 body-only. Ease of Use Externally […]