Published Jan 2, 2021
Fujifilm’s updated XF 10-24mm R OIS WR doesn’t come with any optical changes over the older model, but does add weather sealing, improved image stabilization and a physical aperture ring. The most impressive part? The new lens is actually a little lighter than the previous one. We’ve taken advantage of some rare winter sun in the Seattle area and around Puget Sound to see what it can do when paired with Fujifilm’s X-S10.
As we press on with our full review, we’ve analyzed just how the Zeiss ZX1 stacks up in front of our standard studio test scene. See for yourself how it performs.
Fujifilm’s latest X-S10 is a likeable mirrorless camera with some of the company’s best tech packed inside, and it doesn’t cost the earth. We think it could be a good fit for photographers of all kinds – find out more in our full review.
The Nikon Z6 II builds on the well-rounded stills and video features of its predecessor, with the addition of dual processors, two card slots and the option to add a full battery grip. It’s a subtle evolution but enough to keep the $2000 Z model competitive.
The SL2-S marks Leica’s entry into the stills/video hybrid market. At this point it’s very much a cheaper SL2, though its future looks bright, as you’ll learn in our initial review.