The Pentax-DA 20-40mm F2.8-4 ED Limited DC WR was introduced back in 2013, but that doesn’t mean it’s unworthy of a place in your camera bag today (in fact, Ricoh sent us one along with their new flagship APS-C DSLR, the K-3 Mark III). Offering an equivalent focal length range of roughly 30-60mm, this compact zoom comes with excellent build quality, a reasonably fast aperture range and speedy (if a bit noisy) autofocus.
It’s not exactly your standard kit-zoom, which certainly adds to its charm. We’ll continue to lean on it as we complete our testing of the K-3 Mark III, but for now, take a look at how it performs on this latest DSLR as well as some Pentax cameras of yore in our sample gallery.
The Panasonic GH5M2 is a refresh, rather than complete reworking, of the company’s image-stabilized, video focused GH5. A new processor boosts its capabilities. We lookat whether this is enough to keep it competitive.
The Fujifilm Fujinon XF 18mm F1.4 R LM WR is a bright, fast walkaround prime lens that’s particularly well-suited to landscape and street photography. If you’re a Fujifilm X-mount shooter, read our review to find out whether it deserves to be in your collection.
The Kensington StudioDock isn’t for everyone, but for those who want a desktop-like experience on their iPad, you won’t find another product like it.
Panasonic’s ‘nifty fifty’ is, quite simply, one of the best compact and affordable primes out there for Micro Four Thirds shooters.