The Pentax K-1 boasts a new sensor, processing engine and AF system, along with a robust tilting screen, at a competitive price. Read my Pentax K-1 review
At last Nikon has a professional-level APS-C-format camera to replace the D300S and compete with the Canon 7D Mk II. And it’s a real contender, with an impressive AF system and great low-light credentials that enable it to produce high-quality pictures in a wide range of conditions.
Read my full Nikon D500 review
An excellent cut-down version of the X-T1 that delivers in the key areas with excellent image quality, great access to the most important features and an excellent viewfinder that can keep up with moving subjects – as can the autofocus system. Read my full Fuji X-T10 review.
The OM-D E-M10 II embodies what the Olympus OM-D series is all about; it’s a high quality camera that feels great, offers an extensive feature set with bags of control and produces superb quality images yet doesn’t take up much space in your bag.
Read my full Olympus OM-D E-M10 II review
Canon has fine-tuned the handling and controls of the original 1DX in response to user feedback, and delivered a big gain in continuous shooting performance. It also pushes the Nikon D5 all the way for image quality within its standard sensitivity setting. We can expect to see quite a few 1DX IIs at the Olympic games this summer.
Read my full Canon 1DX Mark II review
Canon has created an excellent camera for enthusiast photographers that makes a worthwhile upgrade from the 70D. It’s well built, with sensibly arranged controls, and has good ergonomics and an extensive feature set. Most importantly, the image quality is superb with lots of detail, especially at the lower sensitivity settings.
Read my Canon 80D review