Tuesday, 3 June 2014

Best compacts, best CSCs and Panasonic GH4 review

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Tuesday 03 June 2014

In the market for a compact camera? Or how about making the jump to a CSC? There's a huge number of terrific products on the market right now, so much so that it's difficult to know where to start.

That's why we've put together definitive guides to the best compact cameras and best compact system cameras on the market right now. Click through for everything you need to know about the current top-specified models.

Elsewhere, we've also got our full review of Panasonic's Lumix DMC-GH4, the first mirrorless model to shoot 4K video. Is this the only trick in its repertoire? Jon Devo takes a closer look, and you can read his full verdict here.

Finally we've got yet more from the Leica camp: an exclusive interview with Leica Camera AG's product manager Stefan Daniel explaining why it was decided that the Leica T should not be a full-frame camera. He tells all right here.

That's all for this week.

Nigel Atherton, Editor
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Enter APOY 2014 Round 4 – By the Sun and the Moon

The fourth round of Amateur Photographer of the Year 2014 is now open for entries. The theme of this round is 'By the Sun and the Moon'. Show us your best portraits taken in natural light and you could win an Olympus OM-D E-M10 or any of a host of other treats, as well as a place on our leaderboard and a shot at the grand prize.

See here for more information on this round, and here for more on the 2014 competition.

FREE Amateur Photographer Landscape & Portrait seminar with the Sony Alpha 7

Listen to talks by leading photographers Joe Cornish and Adam Duckworth plus learn more about the Sony Alpha 7.

Tuesday 17th June in London.

Full details here.

Mastering DSLR Video tuition day

Join us at Pinewood Studios on June 9th for a one-day DSLR video tuition seminar with leading film-maker Victoria Grech.

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