What’s in a name: P for Pro or P for Pop?

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Canon resurrects its P-for-popular designation. Where does this leave the P-for-professional market?

Can the Canon R10 and Canon R7 Replace the Leica CL?

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Is Leica's decision to discontinue the APS-C range drawing you towards other makes. Steve argues that both Canon and Fujifilm are beckoning ex-CL fans

Custom Cameras: The Imperial Canon

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

Toronto over the past 40 years: An introduction

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Richard Scott takes us on a tour of Toronto over the past 40 years

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

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

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

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

RP meets Canon-P, the original popular camera

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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

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

Canon EOS M and Leica Lenses: Samples gallery

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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.

David Lewis-Baker: Street photography in Bath and London

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Make the mistake of carrying around a Leica and Mike will come up and talk with you. He is brazen about it. But look who he met on a casual saunter through the Georgian splendours of Bath.

Canon EOS M: A surprising addition to the stable

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I bought the Canon EOS M because it was cheap. £199 for an APS-C compact with an 28-88mm (equivalent) zoom has got to be worth considering. As I explained a couple of days ago, this camera started off as a much more expensive beast but seems to have been unloved. Perhaps there are better competitors out there at the original £700-plus price. But at £199 it takes some beating.

Now the CL is pensioned off, where to go for a lighter alternative to...

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Since the first indications of the end for the Leica CL, Macfilos columns have been full of lament. How could Leica simply abandon APS-C...

Vintage digital cameras are back. But some new models have become unobtainable

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In this week's news round up, we hear about the fascination with compact digital cameras from yesteryear, as well as the hurdles to getting your hands on the latest and greatest kit

APS-C cameras: The world keeps on turning after the death of the Leica CL

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Leica has left the APS-C camera market with the discontinuation of the CL. But the assumption that a sensor size between Micro Four Thirds and full-frame has not future proved wrong.

10 Best Camera Lists (click bait)

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Generally speaking, I have a love-hate relationship with these lists — you know the sort, the ten-best corkscrews ever invented, the 20 best nail clippers to let loose on your toes. But sometimes I do click to see what’s up……