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Fujifilm X-S20 review

With a bigger battery and better video capabilities, the Fujifilm X-S20 could be the vlogging machine content creators have been waiting for.

Sony a7CR review: high resolution in a small package

The Sony a7CR is a high-resolution addition to the company's compact full-frame a7C series. So what did we make of it and where does it leave the a7 IV that it sits just above?

Party like it's 1992: Lomography LomoChrome '92 film review

Lomography's LomoChrome '92 is designed to mimic the look of classic drugstore film that used to fill family photo albums. As we discovered, to shoot with it is to embrace the unexpected, from strange color shifts to odd textures and oversized grain.

Sony a7C II review: small camera, little compromise

The Sony a7C II refreshes the compact full-frame with a 33MP sensor, the addition of a front control dial, a dedicated 'AI' processor, 10-bit 4K/60p video and more. It's a definite improvement, but it helps if you value its compact form.

Peak Design Everyday Backpack v2 review: A backpack you'll really use every day

Why is the Peak Design Everyday Backpack so widely used? A snazzy design? Exceptional utility? A combination of both? After testing one, it's clear why this bag deserves every accolade it's received.

Wacom One 12 review: An entry level pen display for more efficient photo editing

The new Wacom One 12 pen display, now in its second generation, offers photographers an affordable option to the mouse or trackpad, making processing images easy and efficient by editing directly on the screen.

Pixelmator Pro 3.4 Camelot review: An all-purpose image editor for the Mac

For photographers who need advanced photo editing options, Pixelmator Pro for macOS offers layer-based editing, machine learning-powered adjustment and selection tools, and features such as Denoise and Super Resolution. It's also affordable.

Peak Design Out Front Bike Mount review: My new favorite tech accessory

The Peak Design Out Front pairs with the brand's line of Everyday smartphone cases and makes for a convenient action cam bike mount, too.

Peak Design Camera Cube V2 review: Padded pouches keep your camera safe in any bag

Peak Design's newest Camera Cubes allow you to turn any pack or bag into a camera-carrying accessory. If you want a bag that doesn't look like a camera bag or prefer to make your own DIY solutions, they're worth a look.

Nikon Z8 review: a supercharged D850 successor

The Nikon Z8 is a $4000 Stacked-CMOS full-frame mirrorless camera that offers most of the capabilities of the range-topping Z9 but in a smaller, less expensive body.

Wotancraft New Pilot backpack review: A high-quality, modular bag for photographers

The Wotancraft New Pilot is a super-tough, modular camera backpack with lots of configuration options – but it may not be the best choice if you're looking for a sleek and stylish bag.

Skylum Luminar Neo review: Stylish, swift and packed to the gills with features

From the middle of a war zone, Ukrainian software developer Skylum continues to grow and evolve its flagship imaging app, Luminar Neo. But is it ready to pry you away from your Creative Cloud subscription? Let's find out!

Fujifilm Instax Pal review, a tiny digital camera that makes Instax film optional

Fujifilm's Instax brand has been synonymous with instant film, but Fujifilm is flipping the script with their first all-digital Instax camera. Prints can still be made via optional transmission to a digital printer and Fujifilm is hoping younger users will flock to it.

Canon EOS R50 review: compact, capable but lacking for lenses

The Canon EOS R50 is an entry-level, compact APS-C mirrorless camera. A 24MP RF-mount camera aiming to attract smartphone users and, perhaps, vloggers. We found a lot to like about this small, simple camera, but we're not sure where you go once you tire of the kit lens.

Photomator 3.1 review: A machine-learning augmented photo editor for Mac, iPhone and iPad

Tapping into machine learning technologies, Photomator is a photo editor that offers a step up from Apple Photos and an affordable alternative to Lightroom.

GoPro Hero12 Black Review: This tiny action camera provides a plethora of creative features

GoPro's latest flagship Hero12 Black action camera adds 'HDR' video, the ability to shoot Log and vertical video. Is it a worthy upgrade? Read our review to find out.

Polaroid I-2 review: The best instant camera doesn't come cheap

Pricey yet capable, the new Polaroid I-2 sports a sharp 98mm lens, autofocus, full manual controls and some fun creative features.

ON1 Photo RAW 2023.5 review: More AI smarts and a powerful mask refinement tool

It's only received a minor bump in its version number, but ON1 Photo RAW 2023.5 bundles up almost a year's worth of updates. Is it time you consider swapping your a subscription for a copy?

Capture One Pro 23 review: A much-improved image editor with cool collaboration features

Capture One Pro has come a long way since our last review, and now feels much more capable and responsive. Is it perhaps time you consider a move to this Adobe alternative?

Sony a6700 review

The Sony a6700 is the company's latest high-end APS-C mirrorless camera, built around a 26MP BSI CMOS sensor and bringing the latest subject recognition AF and 10-bit video.

Neurapix review: Swift and capable Lightroom Classic image editing without lifting a finger

This pro-oriented plugin for Lightroom promises to learn to reproduce your editing style. Can it deliver?

Canon EOS R8 review

The Canon EOS R8 is the company's entry-level full-frame mirrorless camera. It brings the sensor and autofocus from the EOS R6 II and combines them in a smaller, more affordable body. Here's our full look at this value-oriented Canon.

Nik Collection 6 review: Upgraded UI, much easier selections as plugin suite grows

The latest release of DxO's Nik Collection has a wide array of useful tools for photographers. But are user interface improvements and a handful of new features worth the upgrade to version 6?

Canon EOS R7 review

Canon's EOS R7 is a 33MP APS-C enthusiast mirrorless camera built around the RF mount. It brings advanced autofocus and in-body stabilization to the part of the market currently served by the EOS 90D. But is it any good?

Aftershoot Pro review: The promise of an AI assistant who'll take away all the gruntwork

The fast-developing field of machine learning promises to take over the tedious tasks of culling and editing photos so you can be behind the shutter button where you belong. But is it quite ready for prime time yet?

Canon EOS R10 in-depth review

The Canon EOS R10 is a compact, mid-level 24MP APS-C mirrorless camera built around Canon's RF mount. We look into whether it offers more than your smartphone.

Fujifilm X-T5 in-depth review

The Fujifilm X-T5 is the company's latest classically-styled APS-C mirrorless camera. It gains the 40MP sensor and AF system from the X-H2 but in a body with a more stills-focused slant. We've been putting it through its paces.

DxO PureRAW 3 review: Give Adobe's apps a much-needed boost with modern AI algorithms

Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom impress in a lot of ways, but their noise reduction lags the competition and their lens corrections lack a real-world basis. DxO PureRAW 3 aims to come to their rescue without totally reinventing your workflow!

Fujifilm X-H2 in-depth review

Fujifilm's X-H2 is a high-resolution stills and video camera, that sits alongside the high-speed X-H2S at the pinnacle of the company's range of X-mount APS-C mirrorless cameras. We dug into what it does and what it means.

Review: Holy Stone's HS710 and HS175D are drones with a ton of limitations

Holy Stone produces dozens of low-cost drone models aimed at consumers. We look at the HS710 and HS175D to see if they stack up to other sub-250g offerings. Are these secretly great or more like toys?

Canon EOS R6 Mark II in-depth review

The EOS R6 II arrives in one of the most competitive parts of the market, facing off against some very capable competition. We think it rises to the challenge.

OM System OM-5 in-depth review

In the middle of the OM System lineup, the OM-5 promises yesterday's top-tier performance in a lighter, more compact body. Rain or shine, it's hard to find a camera that does all the OM-5 can for the price.

Sony a7RV in-depth review

The a7R V is the fifth iteration of Sony's high-end, high-res full-frame mirrorless camera. The new 60MP Mark IV, gains advanced AF, focus stacking and a new rear screen arrangement. We think it excels at stills.

DxO PhotoLab 6 review: A powerful alternative to Adobe's editing suite

DxO's latest flagship editing suite has Adobe-beating noise reduction in its Elite version, without the costly subscription. Should you cancel Creative Cloud and jump ship?

DJI Mini 3 Review: A spendy, sophisticated entry level drone

Earlier this year, DJI released the Mini 3 Pro. While it boasted quite a few advanced features, it was accompanied by a hefty price tag. DJI has pared down this offering a bit with their latest sub-250g release, the Mini 3. Is it worth the investment?

ON1 Photo Raw 2023 review: AI smarts speed up your photo edits

The latest iteration of ON1 Software's flagship Raw editor is jam-packed with AI smarts that aim to lighten your workload by taking subjects into account when making selections, applying presets, keywording and more. Find out if it's right for you in our review!

DJI Mavic 3 Classic review: A more affordable entry into the Mavic world

Almost one year ago, DJI debuted its Mavic 3 standard and Cine drones featuring a dual-camera setup. Today they've released their Classic, a less expensive single-camera sibling. Who's it for and is it a worthy addition to the Mavic family?

Nikon Z30 review

The Nikon Z30 is the company’s most vlogging-specific camera to date, offering full-width 4K/30p video and a fully-articulating screen. Check out what it offers and how it compares to its competition.

Sony ZV-1F review

The Sony ZV-1F is a compact camera aimed at vloggers and video creators. It forgoes some of the features found on Sony's more advanced vlogging cameras, but arrives at a price point that should appeal to its target audience.

Film Friday: Lomography DigitaLIZA+ and Max film scanner review

Digital film scanners can be pricey, so Lomo's latest scanners let shooters do it themselves. Whether you have a digital camera, or simply a smartphone, there's a DigitaLIZA that'll work with your kit. But are the results any good? Let's find out.

Fujifilm X-H2S review

The Fujifilm X-H2S is the company's most ambitious APS-C camera, using a 26MP Stacked CMOS sensor to deliver the fastest shooting, best autofocus and most extensive video specs of any X-series camera yet. We tell you what you need to know in our full review.

Panasonic Lumix DC-GH6 review

The Panasonic GH6 is the latest in the company's line of video-focused Micro Four Thirds cameras. It brings a new, 25MP sensor and 10-bit 4K capture at up to 120p. We've put it to the test, both in the studio and out in the field.

MSI Creator Z17 laptop review: Stealing Apple's thunder

Is the MSI Creator Z17 the MacBook Pro competitor Windows users were hoping for? In our tests it delivers big performance and offers a few good reasons why you might choose a 12th-Gen Intel laptop over a Mac.

Autel EVO Nano+ review: a solid sub-250g drone that lacks the polish of competing models

The Autel EVO Nano+ drone weighs less than 250g, includes advanced features, and gets extra points for privacy. But is it enough to outclass the competition? We dive deep to find out where it excels and what it's like to fly.

Great Joy 50mm T2.9 1.8x full-frame anamorphic lens mini-review

As the number of lower-cost anamorphic lenses increases, Great Joy hopes to get ahead of the competition with a 50mm lens that provides full-frame camera users with a heady 1.8x squeeze factor. Not without its issues, it nonetheless presents excellent value for moviemakers.

OM System OM-1 review

It says Olympus on the front, but the OM System OM-1 is about the future, not the past. It may still produce 20MP files, but a quad-pixel AF Stacked CMOS sensor, 50 fps shooting with full AF and genuine, IP rated, weather sealing show OM Digital Solutions' ambition. See what we thought.

Nikon Z9 review: a DSLR-like stills/video monster

The Nikon Z9 uses a stacked CMOS sensor to power its first pro-level mirrorless camera. With firmware 2.0 now available, we've reviewed the fast-shooting stills and video camera designed to win-over Nikon's professional DSLR users.

Apple Mac Studio review: The Apple desktop we've been waiting for

For years, creatives have been asking Apple to release a mid-range standalone desktop tower that sits somewhere between the entry-level Mac mini and the unattainably expensive Mac Pro. With the Mac Studio, Apple has finally answered the call.

Apple Studio Display review: An excellent monitor at a steep price

Apple's new Studio Display is an extremely color accurate IPS LCD with a bunch of unique features and exceptional build quality. But with a price tag of $1,600, you really have to value those extra features. For Apple, this is a missed opportunity to give the creative community a smaller, more affordable version of the Pro Display XDR.

Asus Studiobook 16 OLED review: ASUS dials in a winner

The Asus ProArt Studiobook 16 OLED is one of the most versatile creator laptops we've tested. This laptop combines top-tier performance and portability with an excellent RGB OLED display and some ingenious design cues that put it a step above the rest.

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