The K-1 produces excellent photos and has a good noise profile.
The Mark II's photos look better than the original G7 X's at high ISO sensitivities, in part due to the newer image processor, and in part because of better edge handling in the Fine Detail Picture Style.
They're sharp and bright, as you'd expect.
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The T6 is good for daytime photography.
The 80D's photos look great when the camera is set on the Fine Detail Picture Style or when processed from raw.
The PEN-F produces some of the best Micro Four thirds photos we've seen.
Though the A6000's photos look quite similar to the A6000's at low ISO sensitivities, the A6300's are much better in low light.
Examples of the effects created by the Twist 60 lens.
Shooting with the newest version of the company's medium-format system feels similar to the old one, which is just fine.