12 best new cameras

*Review of the best according to the editors. About the selection criteria. This story is subjective, not an advertisement, and is not a sales pitch. Ask a specialist before you buy.

Expertology editorial team with Rankqua

  • I studied the chronology of new cameras from the CES-2019 exhibition until now – the beginning of 2020. After careful analysis by our industry specialists we’ve prepared a review of the best new cameras of the last 12 months. We have dedicated a separate category to the most anticipated new products that have not yet been introduced, but have already been announced

    Best New Cameras

    Nominationplaceproduct nameprice
    The best novelties of SLR cameras1Nikon D780159 990€
    2Canon EOS 250D36 900€
    3Canon EOS-1D X Mark III469 990€
    The best mirrorless cameras1Nikon Z6109 990€
    2Fujifilm X-T383 990€
    3Fujifilm GFX100769 990€
    4Canon EOS Ra189 990€
    5Leica M10 Monochrom615 000€
    The best new compact cameras1Olympus TG-625 990€
    2Sony Cyber-shot RX100 VII75 998€
    3Canon PowerShot G5 X Mark II54 990€
    4Fujifilm Instax Mini
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    The best new DSLRs

    To begin with, let’s take a look at what the photo industry got new in 2019 in the category of full-featured SLR cameras. These are the latest novelties, which were officially introduced by the manufacturers, so it is still too early to judge the prices of some of them in Russia. We’ll talk for now about the very fact of the release and the specs that are officially known as of the end of January 2020.

    Nikon D780

    Rating: 4.9

    Nikon D780

    First let’s look at an interesting new product from Nikon – the Nikon D780 SLR, which is a de facto continuation of the D750 series with a large “admixture” of the characteristics of the neighboring Nikon Z6 model.

    So, the D780 is a mid-range full-frame DSLR aimed at amateurs and professionals alike. Built with a 24Mpix (effective) CMOS sensor with backlighting. Significantly improved autofocus mode

  • ve View by installing the phase track sensors directly on the sensor. Autofocus is performed on various points, including faces and eyes. For those who prefer to be guided by the optical viewfinder, the phase sensor itself – with 51 points and backed by algorithms borrowed from the Nikon D5.

    As for continuous shooting, it may not seem too impressive here – only 7 frames per second with autofocus. However, in the mentioned mode

  • ve View turns into a mirrorless camera and the frame rate goes up to 12 frames per second.

    The video shooting capabilities of this novelty will roughly correspond to the same Nikon Z 6. So, you can write video in ultra-resolution 4K across the entire width of the sensor, but with fps of no more than 30 frames per second. IN THE F

      lHD can already shoot at up to 120 frames per second.

      All the most demanded add-ons like HDR support in the HLG “version”, picking, zebra, N-Log 10 bits are present. What about saving video material in RAW format, the manufacturer is modestly silent. NEF (RAW) photos can be taken with no problems, including lossless or a flexible combination of uncompressed and “optimal” JPEG compression formats.

      Dimensions of the device without lens – 143.5×115.5x76mm. The metal body is equipped with dust and moisture protection. Operating temperature range – from 0 to +40 degrees. Weight with battery and memory card – 840g. Battery is lithium-ion EN-EL15b⁶, can be charged directly in the body of the device via USB-C. Two SD card slots for data storage, with support for UHS-II higher data rate class.

      In general, experts take the liberty of saying that the Nikon D780 has taken the best of DSLR and mirrorless cameras. However, the model has yet to pass at least some of the test of time, and this applies to all the solutions presented in our review.


      • full-frame;
      • compact;
      • comparatively low weight;
      • hybrid viewfinder;
      • Improved autofocus;
      • The optimum combination of features SLR and mirror-less form factors.


      • does not save video in RAW format;
      • ambient temperature only above freezing.

      Canon EOS 250D

      Rating: 4.8

      Canon EOS 250D

      As the second number in a selection of the latest DSLRs of late 2019 and early 2020, consider the EOS 250D amateur model made by perpetual market leader Canon. And although the degree of professionalism of the camera does not always correlate directly with the price, the cost of the EOS 250D is really reasonable. It’s hard to say now who first dubbed this model “the world’s lightest mirror with a pivoting screen,” but this characterization quickly caught on, and it’s quite fair.

      Last year 2019 was a year of mirrorless dominance, but Canon managed to release a DSLR model even after the release of two mirrorless cameras in a row. EOS 250D replaced the super-popular EOS 200D, which proved to be a model of commercial success. The new model, however, combines some of the best features of the EOS 200D and another EOS M50 model.

      There is an APS-C CMOS-matrix with effective resolution of 24Mpixels and implemented technology Dual Pixel CMOS AF. Cropped factor 1.6. Optical viewfinder. Speed of photo shooting – up to 5 frames per second.

      From EOS M50 in this model borrowed the ability to shoot video in ultra-high resolution 4K, but with a limited frame rate – up to 25 frames per second with a bitrate of 120 Mbps. And that’s not the only limitation. When shooting in 4K, the Dual Pixel CMOS AF will not work and the sensor will not be available in its entirety, but only in the middle with cropped 2.64x. But in F

        But there are no restrictions either on the usable area of the sensor or on the use of Dual Pixel CMOS AF.

        The set of interfaces here is quite good – USB2.0, HDMI, microphone input, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth wireless, NFC tag. Remote control.

        Now back to where we started. Indeed, the camera is one of the lightest – it weighs only 449g together with the battery. Dimensions without lens – 122x93x70mm. LCD screen is swiveling, touch screen, measuring 3 inches diagonally. Canon EF mount used. Estimated capacity of the battery (own form factor) approximately corresponds to 1070 photos.

        The body of the camera is made in a classic style, available in three colors – black, silver, white. But the most affordable is the first. The other two may not be as easy to find on sale. This model comes with the lens as well as a separate “body”.


        • minimum weight;
        • a swiveling screen;
        • 24MP sensor;
        • Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology;
        • wireless modules;
        • NFC;
        • reasonable price.


        • crops 4k video;
        • Doesn’t fit many of the previous generations of flashes.

        Canon EOS-1D X Mark III

        Rating: 4.7


        Rounding out Expertology’s selection of the best new DSLRs is Canon’s newest and hottest new product. This is one of the most anticipated models announced last fall 2019 – the top-of-the-line EOS-1D X Mark III reportage DSLR.

        Here it is necessary to designate at once some borders of possible. This professional model which the company-developer itself unequivocally positions as potentially “Olympic” along with flagships of other manufacturers developed specially for games in Tokyo. Therefore on the beginning of 2020 for EOS-1D X Mark III it is necessary to expose a little less than half million rubles (for comparison – Mark II is almost in two times cheaper). But, as for the “Olympic” flagship, there is no special price alternative.

        The CMOS-matrix at this model the size 36x24mm and with effective resolution 20.1 million pixels. In this respect the camera hasn’t gone far from its direct predecessor EOS-1D X Mark II. But it helped maintain and even improve the camera’s low-light capabilities, a point that Canon’s marketing experts are careful to emphasize.

        Close attention to speed and autofocus. Phase-tracking sensor covers the entire conventional field of view in height and 90% of width, forming 525 tracking zones. For aiming through the optical viewfinder, it has an advanced autofocus sensor, which according to official data, almost three orders of magnitude higher resolution in the center than the Mark II.

        The continuous shooting here is quite at level. When using the optical viewfinder, the speed will be up to 16 frames per second, and in

      • up to 20fps. Of course, every frame is preceded by focusing and exposure metering.

        In addition to JPEG and RAW formats, this model can record images in 10-bit HEIF format, which provides an extended dynamic range. The video recording capabilities are also a joy to behold. Right on the memory card you can write ultra-high resolution 4K video, and even at 60 frames per second. But this is not the limit – the device can also write 10-bit 4:2:2 Canon Log to the same memory card. By the way, about cards – in EOS-1D X Mark III it is possible to use them two CFexpress format.

        Proprietary form factor lithium-ion battery provides over two hours of continuous shooting in 4K.


        • enhanced quality in low light conditions;
        • recording photos in extended HEIF format;
        • 4K video recording at 60fps;
        • autonomy;
        • Overall, a powerful top-end reportage DSLR.


        • high price;
        • far from a record matrix resolution for such a price.

        The best new mirrorless cameras

        The second selection in the review of the best new cameras according to Expertology magazine is more extensive than the first, and this is because all last year 2019 market was replenished mainly by bright mirrorless. Looks like the world’s top manufacturers, no matter how much they cling to the DSLR classics, will have to change their outlook sooner or later after all. Otherwise, as the half-jokingly-half-seriously say reviewers, the next Olympics after the Tokyo Games photographers will be filming on smartphones.

        Nikon Z6

        Rating: 4.9

        Nikon Z6

        First of all, let’s take a look at the camera that already appeared in the review when we took apart the Nikon D780. These two models came out a short time apart. The Nikon Z6, even amidst a veritable parade of mirrorless cameras from other manufacturers, managed to be nominated “Camera of the Year” by EISA.

        Let’s understand first of all the key technical characteristics of the device. Here we have full size CMOS sensor with up to 24.5Mpix camera capable of generating images with a maximum resolution of 6048×4024, up to 42-bit color depth and self-cleaning.

        The viewfinder of this model is electronic, large and very informative. You can also use the LCD screen size 3 for pointing.2 inches. The screen is touch sensitive and rotatable. Number of viewfinder pixels 3.69mn, 2 screens.1m. Hybrid autofocus with up to 273 focus points. Autofocus has eye and face detection, and it works fine with precision targeting. Focus can be adjusted manually.

        It takes continuous photos at up to 12 frames per second. Timer for 2, 5, 10 and 20 seconds and Time-lapse mode. Stabilization when shooting photos two-factor – optical and by shifting the matrix. The footage can be saved in JPEG (two degrees of compression), TIFF, RAW, as well as a double mode TIFF + JPEG.

        This model doesn’t set any records in terms of video shooting, but it does provide the necessary level. For example, the camera can shoot at F

          lHD 1920×1080 up to 120fps, and in UHD 4K 1920×1080 the rate drops to 25-30fps. Video file size is limited to 4GB or a shooting time of 29 minutes.

          For comprehensive communication in Nikon Z6 provides interfaces HDMI; USB3.0 with charging support; microphone input; headset output; Bluetooth and Wi-Fi wireless. Estimated battery life corresponds to about 310 still pictures, and this is the weakest point of this model. The second big disadvantage – the device is “geared” to insanely expensive XQD memory cards.

          As of February 2020, the Nikon Z6 “camera” in Russia costs about 110 thousand. rubles. The kit with a kit lens – almost 150 thousand. rubles.


          • full-size sensor;
          • large and informative viewfinder;
          • Two-factor stabilization when taking photos.
          • Shooting video in 4K;
          • wireless modules;
          • fast USB3.0 with charging support;
          • remote control.


          • Only XQD memory cards are suitable, very expensive;
          • Not the most outstanding battery life.

          Fujifilm X-T3

          Rating: 4.8

          FUJIFILM X-T3

          Second up on our roundup of the most exciting things about mirrorless cameras, take a look at Fujifilm’s new X-T3. Here, the company has made notable strides in terms of photo and video capture for more or less affordable price point machines. So much so that the X-T3 was highly commended by the European Association of Audio & Video Industries (EISA).

          The X-T3 has been given a 26MP X-Trans CMOS4 sensor with a Krop Factor of 1.5, capable of capturing images with a maximum resolution of 6240×4160. Color depth – 42 bit. First APS-C sized model with backlight and phase-sensitive elements throughout the frame. No low-pass filter, resulting in the highest level of detail possible in this context. The X-Trans color filter successfully suppresses moiré and false colors.

          The function of digital image processing performs a 4-core chip X-Processor 4. Increased processor power allows the X-T3 to bring in autofocus and exposure metering one and a half times faster than the X-T2. This is especially important for continuous shooting, which the X-T3 can do at 11 fps. And that’s with the mechanical shutter, and with the electronic shutter speed goes up to 20 fps, and without blackouts, but, however, the frame is cropped at 1.25.

          This model has no problem shooting ultra-high resolution 4K video at 60fps. But be prepared for a recording time limit of 30 minutes. It’s a bummer, but it’s a given. You can also feel the noticeable heat of the camera when shooting for longer periods of time with maximum quality.

          The X-T3 has vastly improved autofocus in all directions. 2.16 million phase-sensitive pixels cover the entire frame, and phase tracking works well under two whole points less light than previous generations in this line. Which means that the X-T3 can accurately point the AF in total darkness.

          Definitely a joy to look through the viewfinder. It’s digital and has a diagonal of 0.5 inches with 3 resolution.69 million points and even has its own small magnification factor of 0.75h. Viewfinder refresh rate of 100 times per second. 5ms display time lag. The screen itself is built with the most advanced OLED technology available today. diopter adjustment with locking mechanism.


          • It has an advanced image sensor with backlighting;
          • Precise and responsive autofocus;
          • Shooting video in 4K 60fps;
          • Full HDR support;
          • OLED electronic viewfinder;
          • Full frame coverage with phase-sensitive elements;
          • Wireless modules;
          • One of the best combinations of performance and price.


          • Users don’t like the limitation of 30 minutes of video recording time;
          • weak battery.

          Fujifilm GFX100

          Rating: 4.7

          Fujifilm GFX100

          Number three in this part of the rating we’ll consider another novelty from Fujifilm, and it will be a real treasure trove of innovation and the embodiment of technological progress. Even compared to the quite advanced previous model, the GFX100 is far ahead. What to say, even if EISA recognized this model as “the best among the innovative. Our experts included it in the review more for the general development and to broaden our readers’ horizons, as very few people can afford it at the moment. Its price tag is absolutely outrageous.

          It is the first camera on the market with an image sensor larger than 35mm, which has phase tracking pixels and backlight. The actual size of the sensor is 43.8×32.9mm. A huge resolution of 102 MPix allows you to create images with a resolution up to inconceivable 11648×8736 pixels.

          The camera has an OLED viewfinder, measuring 3 times per second.2 inches diagonally, with a 100% field of view and resolution of 5.76 million pixels. Images are also displayed on the rear pivoting LCD screen.

          The GFX100 has vastly improved the already near flawless autofocus for which previous generations of GFX series cameras from Fujifilm were famous. Tracking autofocus received additional settings that contribute to particularly accurate tracking of even the “fastest” objects. 3.76 million phase-sensitive pixels covering almost 100% of the sensor. Altogether 425 focus points can be used.

          Despite the extreme “megapixel” capability, the GFX100 produces less noise than previous generations, not least because of the backlight. Also here we see wider dynamic range and increased speed of signal reading. The powerful X-Processor 4 image processor in combination with the innovative sensor makes it possible to record 16-bit RAW images and videos of previously unimaginable quality and resolution without any problem.

          The developers’ “control shot” against the skeptical remarks that sounded after the announcement is the integrated image stabilization system at the sensor level (IBIS). It’s supposed to stabilize up to 5 axes.5 stops. The shutter mechanism “swings” on four springs to minimize vibrations.

          For all its incredible performance, the GFX100 is not strong on video. So, the unit can shoot in 4K 3840×2160 resolution, but at a frame rate of no more than 30fps.


          • A large sensor with a huge resolution;
          • Exceptionally precise focus;
          • improved autofocus;
          • Powerful processor;
          • RAW recording in 16 bit;
          • richest package.


          • No more than 30fps when shooting video in 4K;
          • exorbitant price.

          Canon EOS Ra

          Rating: 4.7

          CANON EOS RA

          This and the next model in the Expertology Best New Camera is not just a novelty, it’s something very special. Now we will look at the Canon EOS Ra, which came out recently – in November 2019 and served as a continuation of the R series. The model is specific in a good sense and even surprising with its purpose – for astrophotography and diverse shooting of the night sky.

          To be precise, the EOS Ra is not much different from the EOS R, which came out in 2018. But these differences served as Canon’s adequate response to astrophotographers’ requests. So while the units are almost identical, that “almost” creates a dramatic difference.

          The key technical points of these two modifications are the same. EOS Ra has exactly the same sensor at 30.3Mpix, a similar focusing system and an identical processor for digital image processing.

          Sensor filter has undergone some changes. The difference is very subtle, but for astrophotography it’s crucial – the device can capture 400% more H-alpha emission. In practice, this means that the image will show the red colors of the nebulae. Ordinary, even expensive and powerful cameras don’t have such “superpowers” due to uselessness. The reason is that interstellar clouds consist mainly of helium and hydrogen and “shine” only in the infrared range, which is ruthlessly cut off by the filter of any other camera.

          Also at slow shutter speeds it is extremely important to keep the camera still and avoid even microscopic vibrations, otherwise there will be problems with sharpness. The mirrorless form factor itself contributes to this here. The mirror lift mechanism, which may cause critical vibrations, is absent here by definition.

          In EOS Ra also added functions, auxiliary at work in pair with a telescope. These are primarily options that contribute to all the same focus, including even the backlighting of the sharpening zone. Needless to say, the magnification couldn’t help but be improved as well. Indeed, the EOS Ra has three times the magnification of its “sibling” – 30x.

          Finally, an important detail. Capable of shooting 4K video and outputting a 10-bit signal through the HDMI video interface.


          • full-frame;
          • The filter captures infrared radiation;
          • 30x zoom;
          • Improved sharpening functions;
          • High matrix resolution;
          • Captures 4K video and outputs a 10-bit stream via HDMI.


          • no systematic complaints from users yet.

          Leica M10 Monochrom

          Rating: 4.7


          And something very special completes a big selection of the best new products in the segment of mirror-less cameras. This is the legendary Leica, and not just any Leica, but a Monochrom, as the name makes it easy to guess. The camera is insanely expensive, but still does not break the record of review, which was set by the above-described model Fujifilm GFX100. But the price is even more justified than in the case of the GFX100, because the M10 Monochrom is designed for true “elite league” photographers.

          This is the third generation of Leica’s full-frame mirrorless camera, designed for high-quality black and white photography. Experts agree in unison that the M10 Monochrom takes monochrome photography to a new level that was previously unthinkable. Indeed, the installed matrix of 40Mpix resolution is by no means a mass-produced, but was developed specifically for this model of camera, taking into account all future nuances of equipment and power of electronics. The sensor’s high sensitivity combined with its resolution offers unprecedented rendering of detail at virtually any light level.

          The Leica M10 Monochrom is also a pioneer in a number of ways. For example, this is the first “rangefinder” with an ISO range of 160 to 100 thousand. The sensor is designed with the ability to achieve higher ISOs at a lower baseline ISO compared to previous Leica monochromes.

          There’s a lot of creativity behind this camera, even in the smallest details. So, the shutter is the quietest of all series, it literally “whispers” and allows you to shoot quietly and not give away his presence. It doesn’t have the classic red badge on the front either, and looks minimalist and entirely monochromatic without any contrasting elements. Finally, the M10 Monochrom is compatible with all M lenses, maximizing the field of creative expression.

          As to quality, here already much is said by the brand itself. If that’s not enough, you can add that the Leica M10 Monochrom is assembled by hand in a high-tech factory in Germany, and not just good workers, but highly skilled professionals with an impeccable reputation and extensive experience.


          • premium class;
          • A renowned brand;
          • hand-crafted;
          • impeccable quality;
          • 40 million monochrome pixels in the sensor;
          • full-size;
          • compatible with all M lenses.


          • “Outrageous price tag.

          The best new point-and-shoot cameras

          The third and final selection of the review of the best new cameras according to Expertology includes the most notable decisions in 2019 and early 2020 in the segment of compact cameras. these are so called “point-and-shooters”, but in this context such wording isn’t quite correct, since the term “point-and-shooter” has a coat of cheapness and limitedness stuck to it for a long time. And in fact, compact form factor cameras can be multifunctional, and quite expensive.

          Olympus TG-6

          Rating: 4.9

          OLYMPUS TG-6

          The only Olympus model in our review opens the final category. It’s a continuation of a renowned series that’s great for vacations, including active.

          The first thing that immediately hints that the camera is aimed at use in hiking conditions and in a variety of environments – it has a reliable protection against water, dust and exposure to sub-zero temperatures. It really can be used even underwater and interestingly has a separate macro mode for underwater photography!

          Compared to the previous fifth generation Olympus TG series, the sixth generation has an improved microscope mode, and the distance is minimized to 1 cm. Macro mode has all the useful extras you need, like bracketing and focus-stacking. The aforementioned underwater macro mode has new preset white balance settings optimized for different depths.

          The display has also changed for the better. Mostly they have affected the resolution – it is now 1.04 million pixels. Also new accessories have been added, including a very popular and eagerly awaited by customers phisha head FCON-T02.

          Now let’s have a quick look at all the most important features of the device without regard to its relation to the predecessor of the fifth generation.

          The TG-6 is a real classic rugged compact with a 1/2-format sensor.33″ and 12Mpix resolution. The sensor is equipped with backlighting, which reduces noise and generally contributes to an image with impeccable sharpness. A four-fold zoom fits within the range of focal lengths from 25 to 100 mm. The device can shoot video in ultra-high resolution 4K.

          Built-in lens has 9 optical elements in 7 groups. Sensor cropping factor of 5.7. The maximum resolution of the reproduced image is 4000×3000 pixels. Built-in flash range of 7.9 meters. No viewfinder, aiming is by the LCD screen on the back. 3-inch diagonal screen size and 1040000 dpi resolution.

          The model supports continuous shooting at 20 frames per second. Maximum burst size of 49 RAW photos.

          This model is equipped with Wi-Fi and GPS receiver.


          • Backlit sensor;
          • Protected case;
          • works in freezing temperatures;
          • Efficient macro modes, including underwater photography;
          • White balance presets for different depths;
          • shoots video in 4K;
          • Wi-Fi and GPS modules;
          • bundling.


          • Not the longest battery.

          Sony Cyber-shot RX100 VII

          Rating: 4.8

          Sony Cyber-shot RX100 VII

          Our second feature among the best new point-and-shoot cameras is a product of a company we couldn’t totally ignore in our review. This is about Sony and the seventh generation of the RX100 series. The previous version, the RX100 VI, was named “Best Compact Camera” in EISA’s annual ranking. “Seven”, on the other hand, has retained all the advantages, adding significantly in terms of improvements.

          Like its predecessor, the RX100 VII is aimed primarily at video bloggers. The Sony RX100 series itself was originally designed as a compact assistant for the professional photographer for all occasions. But as model after model was released, developers began to focus more and more on video capabilities. The RX100 VII strikes an optimal balance in this regard.

          This model received the same exact lens as the “six” – 24-200 mm eq. With an aperture of f/2.8-4.5. However, the sensor itself was changed for a newer one with 20Mpixel resolution and 1″ format. The difference is the larger number of phase-tracking AF points. In total, there are 357 of these points. Of particular interest is the real-time tracking feature, as Sony’s other-class camera models, the A9 and A6400, are able to do. It has autofocus not only on the eyes of people, but also on the eyes of animals. Representatives of the company persistently state that the RX100 VII incorporates many ideas and technologies borrowed from Sony’s top-end A9.

          A separate big plus is continuous shooting at up to 20 fps, with no viewfinder blackouts. The maximum frame rate is 90 fps. True, there are serious limitations here – focus and exposure lock and no pre-buffering. This mode is suitable for very demanding situations.

          This model is capable of shooting video in UHD 4K 3840×2160, but at maximum resolution will be limited to 30 frames per second. But there is practically no rolling shutter. In F resolution

            lHD frame rate can be much higher up to 120fps. There is a separate mode of increased frame rate, when this figure rises to inconceivable 1000 frames per second. There is both digital and optical stabilization. Separate video shooting mode for portrait orientation.


            • quality sensor;
            • A lot of focus points;
            • real-time tracking;
            • Eye-tracking for humans and animals;
            • continuous shooting without blackouts;
            • 4K video recording;
            • Enhanced frame rate mode up to 1000 frames per second;
            • Inherited ideas and technologies from the top-of-the-line Sony A9 camera.


            • No systematic complaints detected yet.

            Canon PowerShot G5 X Mark II

            Rating: 4.7


            The third number in the selection let’s consider another “Shot”, but only now manufactured by Canon, and it will be the Mark II series PowerShot G5. If you compare it to its direct predecessor, this model is not much like it at all. The Mark II has been redesigned very, very substantially. And this is natural, because the difference between the two generations in time was as much as 5 years, and during this time the technology has had time to step far ahead.

            Actually, from the former “Mark” most confidently remained only the concept. Mark II is the same compact with unchangeable optics, a similar format sensor (1″) and generally flagship features, which is directly reflected in the price. Yes, for the Canon PowerShot G5 X Mark II now on the Russian marketplace will have to lay out at least 50 thousand. rubles. This is exactly the point we talked about in the preface to this section – not everything is a “point-and-shoot” that is compact.

            The design of the camera is extremely minimalistic and austere. Form factor as pocket-sized as possible. But for all the minimalism, the developers managed to fit into a small and already “stuffed” body full-fledged electronic viewfinder. It’s made retractable and lifts right out of the case. Even managed to arm the device rotating 180 degrees LCD screen.

            This model uses a multi-layer CMOS sensor. The memory is located on the same silicon chip, which managed to achieve a significant increase in speed sensor compared to past and some neighboring models Canon.

            The purest shooting speed in terms of RAW format and 20Mpix resolution is 30 fps. Up to 8 frames per second when using tracking autofocus. Pre-shooting mode in which the camera continuously records everything it sees and copies it into the buffer until you press the shutter button. This mode is designed for those situations where a person physically can not react instantly to the event and moreover the camera itself does not have time to do it. Using such a buffer allows you to “rewind” reality to the past for half a second. Controls all of these subtleties powerful DIGIC 8 processor.

            The camera shoots video in 4K resolution without cropping any parts of the sensor at a maximum of 30 frames per second. IN F

              The lHD speed can go up to 120 frames per second. A lens with a zoom that matches the focal lengths from 24 to 120mm at apertures from f/1.8 to f/2.8. There is optical stabilization. It has all the necessary communications, including Wi-Fi and Bluetooth wireless modules. Charging from USB-C with PowerDe
            • very.


              • quality sensor;
              • Retractable digital viewfinder;
              • Pre-shooting mode;
              • 4K video shooting;
              • Wi-Fi and Bluetooth wireless modules;
              • USB-C charging with PowerDe
              • very.


              • Low battery life – up to 230 shots, with the viewfinder – up to 180 shots.

              Fujifilm Instax Mini
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            • Rating: 4.6

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