Sony loses FF mirrorless market share

Once top of the tree, Sony is predictably losing market share to its new Japanese rivals.

Close encounter with a fat llama

Keith rented his Canon gear through Fat Lama and the renter did a runner. But all was not lost as Mike finds out.

Canon ups FF competition with downsize RP

The three bears competing for the camera industry's porridge: Daddy 5D, Mummy EOS-R and baby Ursus Minimus, the RP

RP meets Canon-P, the original popular camera

Canon has resurrected the "P" for popular in the new EOS RP. I have fond memories of my original "popular" Canon, the Canon-P

Lenses: Canon EF-M 22mm f/2 STM

Hot on the heels of my bargain £199 Canon EOS...

Canon EOS M: Time to put your toe in the water

Canon came late to the APS-C mirrorless party in mid 2012.  Its entrant, the EOS M, is an attractive and well-built...

Camera Gear: Out with the old, in with the new

One man's Odyssey through a collection of pinholes and a bunch of cameras leads to an unexpected cup of T. Stephen explains...

Viewfinder Design: The good, the bad and the ugly

Why has Leica abandoned the art of good viewfinder design. In the past an accessory viewfinder used to be an enhancement. The latest Visoflex is not an attractive piece of work. Could it be that Canon is showing the way?

Custom Cameras: The Imperial Canon

Bernard on his customised "Imperial Canon":These old Canon Rangefinders are like tanks –pun accordingly I guess. The Canon rangefinders of this era...

Canon EOS M and Leica Lenses: Samples gallery

This gallery is work in progress. I am planning to review the Canon EOS M, not as an overpriced £800 mirrorless wannabe but as a cheap and very cheerful £199 APS-C camera that is actually very competent. The EOS was damned by reports of slow autofocus. But is a solid camera, built in Japan, and performs well. The touch-screen interface is one of the best. Even the autofocus actually isn't all that bad after the latest firmware update.