And thanks to Sony, the timing couldn't be worse.
Most of the benefits of the X-T3 for $600 less.
The best cameras, lenses and accessories, and how to make the most of them.
Dropping the SLR mirror means more than you'd think.
A primer on lighting, sound and stablization.
Can the smaller sensor size compete with full-frame mirrorless cameras?
Micro Four Thirds and APS-C sensors paved the way for the full-frame beasts we have today.
Video creators are using everything from Sony’s A7 III to RED’s Monstro 8K.
So many new options, so many tough decisions.
Seven picks that don't scream "I have a camera."
"I’m not going to ask lovers to kiss again because I missed the moment.”
They’re cheaper and less complex than DSLRs.
Only the fussy autofocus holds it back from true greatness.
But the new autofocus technology is incredible.
10-bit external video, in-body stabilization and a full sensor readout.
It’s a strong full-frame mirrorless debut.
The system has huge potential, now Canon needs a better camera for it.
You can get all the power and speed you need, and in some cases for free.
RED's first smartphone offers a deeply compromised camera experience
But if you’re a photographer who only dabbles in video, don’t bother.
Wider is better.
Much better autofocus and speed, too.
Live streaming and smooth video make the new GoPro a winner for those who love to share.
The king of drones continues to compete with itself.
An AI is no match for my style instincts.
The iPhone’s built-in camera app is fine, but to really make your photos pop, try some third-party software.
One-up your Instagram friends without killing your wallet.
Use it to code, paint, edit videos, drum and compose music.