3.9

Canon G7X II Review

The Canon Powershot G7X II is the latest in a somewhat confusing line of compact cameras, most of which are based on the same 1" sensor. Compared to the low-end G9X, the G7X II adds a touch & tilt rear ...
4.3

Ricoh GR II Review

The Ricoh GR II is a street-photographers' favorite that is rarely reviewed or even mentioned. After hearing raves about the GR and new GR II from fellow street photographers, Doug decided it was time to check it out for himself. In this episode, we turn the tables and Gordon interviews Doug about his experience.
4.2

Canon EOS 80D Review

The Canon EOS 80D comes three years after the popular 70D, one of the company's most popular APS-C mid-range cameras. Among a crowded market of 24MP APS-C bodies, the 80D stands out for its video and Live View capabilities.
4.3

Nikon D500 Review

The Nikon D500 comes more than 6.5 years after the D300, Nikon’s last semi-pro APS-C body. It may have been worth the wait as the D500 may now be the go-to camera for sports and nature.
4.2

Panasonic Lumix GX80/GX85 Review

The Lumix GX80 (GX85 in North America) is Panasonic's latest 16MP micro four-thirds (MFT) mid-range camera. Essentially the same body as the GX7 and smaller than the GX8, the new camera includes excellent in-bo...

Travel Gear Review

Doug and Gordon go beyond just cameras and lenses and take a look at some of the other gear they use and recommend, specifically for travel photography. Some of the gear mentioned in the show: Fujifi...
3.7

Sony a6300

The a6000, launched two years ago, has been one of Sony's greatest hits in digital still photography. It remains one of the kings of continuous autofocus, particularly among mirrorless cameras. Sony's long-...
4.1

Fujifilm X70

The Fujifilm X70 is a smaller, less-expensive X100T-style camera. That means Fuji's excellent 16MP APS-C X-Trans sensor, a fixed 28mm f/2.8 full-frame equivalent lens (vs. the 35mm FFEQ on the X100T) in a p...
4.3

Fujifilm X-Pro2

The Fujifilm X-Pro2 is the company's new flagship X-series model, replacing the four year-old X-Pro1. The X-Pro2 occupies a unique niche as an interchangeable-lens autofocus rangefinder camera. It's that im...

Micro Four Thirds Lenses

To kick off 2016, Doug taps Gordon's extensive knowledge of all-things MFT to bring you this roundup of the best micro four thirds lenses. Starting with kit zooms, they go through fisheyes, wide angle, norm...
3.5

Canon G9X

The Canon Powershot G9X is the latest, smallest and least-expensive addition to Canon's GX line. Using the same 1" sensor as the G3X, G5X, G7X and the Sony RX100 mk III, the G9X is the smallest and most-poc...
4.4

Sony a7S II

The Sony a7S II is the second high-ISO "S" model and the sixth overall in the company's a7 line of full-frame mirrorless cameras. It shares the improved body with the other "mark II" models (better weather ...
4.2

Fujifilm X-T10

Fujifilm's X-T10 is a great low-cost entry into Fuji's line of X-Trans sensor interchangeable-lens cameras. You can now get the same great mage quality of the company's flagship X-T1 for just half the price...
4.3

Olympus OM-D E-M10 II

The OM-D E-M10 II brings 5-axis in-body image stabilization to Olympus' smallest micro four-thirds body. The camera also features an excellent OLED electronic viewfinder, much-improved controls, a fast elec...
4.0

Panasonic Lumix GX8

The Panasonic Lumix GX8 is the third in the company's "GX" line to which they've added weather sealing, a fully articulating LCD, 4K video, 4-axis in-body image stabilization and a 20MP sensor. The GX8 is a...
3.4

DxO One

The DxO One is a unique camera. Like the Sony QX cameras, it depends on a smartphone for its viewfinder/display and controls, but the One is iPhone-only and connects via the Lightning port rather than WiFi....
4.0

Sony RX100 MK IV

Sony updates its popular RX100 with a new third version. It's already being heralded as the best compact. But at $800, it’s also the most expensive.