Camera reviews & advice
First test yourself, then advise.To be honest, in recent years we have focused more on testing lenses than on testing cameras. So this page is still being worked on, so that we can catch up with the camera recommendations. Bad cameras no longer exist. The quality differences between cameras are getting smaller and smaller: the bottom of the market are the smartphones. And you can really make beautiful recordings with a modern smartphone! So what are for you the most important features of a system or SLR with interchangeable lenses – apart from the price and possibly the dimensions?
Preview Canon EOS R8
Last year Canon introduced the EOS R6 II, an upgrade from the original R6. Now Canon has put the EOS
Full Review Fujifilm X-T5 – Photography first
The Fujiflm X-T5 is more compact and lighter than its predecessor and at the same time improved in many ways.
Full Review Hasselblad X2D 100C – Faster and Stabilised
The Hasselblad X2D 100C is the second generation of Hasselblad’s mirrorless medium format camera. New features are the built-in image
What do you want to use the camera for?
Carefree shooting, without having to think about shutter speed, ISO or aperture. Without having to change a lot of lens. Fun is paramount, but the image quality must be good.
Landscape or studio
Many megapixels, a high dynamic range, low noise and beautiful, saturated colors. A camera with a large, clear viewfinder.
Sports or nature
Dust, drizzle or freezing cold? It is extremely important that your camera can take a beating. And quickly focuses. Shoots many images per second without the buffer becoming full. And…