Panasonic hopes a combination of speed, tonal tuning and body design will tempt serious photographers.
The update to the Mark II has some design tweaks, but the biggest change is a move away from its odd "easy" operating mode.
This cut-price version of Canon's flagship mirrorless should probably be a little cheaper.
With built-in image stabilization and touch focus for video, the A6500 addresses two of the biggest complaints about the A6300, plus a performance boost.
With an 18-frames-per second continuous-shooting speed, overhauled autofocus system and new options to support professionals, Olympus tries to lure them with zippy performance and compact design.
Your GH4 just became expendable.
Panasonic combines the G7 and the GX85 into the G85/G80, ruggedizes it and bulks up the video features.
With much improved performance specs over the sluggish older models, the M5 looks like it might be a solid addition to the line and a decent alternative to Canon's similarly priced Rebels.
In addition to the camera, the company delivers its inexpensive 23mm f2 lens.
LIke other Panasonic models before it, the Lumix GX85/GX80 packs a lot for its price, including great photos, 4K video and speed.
A new sensor, autofocus system and 4K video support brings the camera up to date. And look for three new lenses over the next 18 months.
Excellent photo quality and performance and a system with tiny, fast prime lenses make the Olympus PEN-F a great camera for street photography.
The new model gets an updated autofocus system.
Attractive and compact, with a broad feature set, solid kids-and-vacation performance and nice photos, the Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II is a good choice for photographers on a budget who like to fiddle.
The EOS M10 shows that Canon's committed to the mirrorless ILC market, but also that it's still behind the curve.
A great mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera for families and travelers, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-G7 is a compelling alternative to similarly priced dSLRs.
Incorporating all of Panasonic's latest technology, including a brand new 20-megapixel Four Thirds sensor, the Lumix GX8 finally challenges Olympus' OM-D lineup.
Its new ILC offers a couple of high-end features, but looks like it might fall short for the $800 buyer Fujifilm's targeting.