Published Mar 20, 2021
Fujfilm’s latest APS-C offering, the X-E4, is also the brand’s smallest interchangeable X-mount camera to date. Despite its compact dimensions, the X-E4 sports the same outstanding 26MP APS-C sensor with X-Trans color filter array as the flagship X-T4 (but without in-body stabilization).
The DPRTV team has been hard at work putting this sleek little body through its paces – watch their full Fujifilm X-E4 video review for the key takeaways. And jump into the sample gallery for a true sense of its image quality.
With dual processors, dual card slots and more, Nikon’s Z7 Mark II is a more capable camera than its predecessor in every way. But we have a few remaining qualms: find out just what we make of the Z7 II.
First launched in early 2004 under the name Optics Pro, DxO rebranded its raw processor as PhotoLab back in 2017. The latest version is DxO PhotoLab 4, and if you’re curious about what it does, and how it performs, click through to read our full review.
The Panasonic Lumix DC-S5 is the company’s most portable full-frame stills/video hybrid camera. Read our in-depth review to see how it stacks up against the competition.
Nikon’s new NX Studio software suite combines the company’s previous ViewNX-i and CaptureNX-D applications into a single one-stop solution for editing Raw files from your Nikon digital camera. Find out more about its updates and enhancements in our review.