The EOS M is Canon's entry into the compact system camera market, offering DSLR image quality in an amazingly compact and lightweight body. With easy to use controls and a broad selection of creative modes, photographers of any experience level can focus on having some fun while capturing the photo just the way they want.
The EOS M allows for incredible versatility, giving photographers the option to attach Canon EF-M, EF-S and EF lenses, not to mention a wide array of EOS accessories ensuring that the only limit to your creativity is your imagination.
Kitted with the 18-55mm IS STM as your standard zoom and the EF Adapter, you'll have a compact zoom kit ready to go, along with the ability to attach any EF or EF-S lenses that you currently own.
Fuji's X-E1 is a compact system camera with a body designed to be reminiscent of film cameras of old, it's metal control dials and sturdy construction ensure that the X-E1 feels just as good as it looks. A high-resolution electronic viewfinder helps in keeping with the old rangefinder feel, and is an excellent addition for those who prefer not to use the LCD screen.Full Details
The design is the only thing that could be considered "old fashioned" though, as the FujiFilm X-E1 houses their own 16 Megapixel "X-Trans CMOS" image sensor, specifically designed to offer outstanding detail and dynamic range. Coupled with fast and accurate autofocus, easy access to manual control via the dedicated Shutter Speed and Exposure Compensation dials, RAW shooting capability and a range of high-quality lenses, the X-E1 is an ideal companion for enthusiast photographers wanting the very best without the bulk.
The FujiFilm X-E2 builds on the excellent X-E1, bringing a range of improvements as well as taking some of the best features from other Fuji X-Series cameras.Full Details
Sitting towards the top-end of their compact system camera range, the X-E2 retains the beautiful metal control dials and magnesium-alloy build quality of it's predecessor, while again using the same 16 Megapixel "X-Trans CMOS" sensor for oustanding detail and image quality. Improvements in the X-E2 include faster, Phase Detect type autofocus, Wireless Image Transfer for instant sharing to mobile devices, and Fuji's "Lens Modulation Optimizer" which can intelligently sharpen images based on the specific properties of the attached lens.
These improvements along with the range of fantastic, high-quality lenses, make the FujiFilm X-E2 a very desirable camera system for any enthusiast photographers.
By removing the electronic viewfinder that we find in it's bulkier siblings, the FujiFilm X-M1 compact system camera sports a significantly smaller body, making it even easier to take it along with you everywhere you go. Combine this with the clear, sharp, tilting LCD screen, the X-M1 ensures you never miss a moment no matter what angle you need to shoot from.Full Details
With the addition of the Scene Recognition Auto mode, users of any level can now take advantage of the outstanding detail and image quality achieved through the same 16 Megapixel "X-Trans CMOS" sensor found in FujiFilm's other compact system cameras, meaning the X-M1 is fully compatible with the same range of high-quality lenses. Now with built-in WiFi, sharing images couldn't be simpler - Fuji's Wireless Image Transfer allows you to instantly send your latest masterpiece direct to your mobile, ready to share online without the need for a PC.
The X-Pro1 is the first camera FujiFilm entered into the compact system market. As the name suggests, the X-Pro1 is aimed squarely at professional and enthusiast photographers, with it's classic rangefinder styling and dedicated control dials. The large viewfinder is Fuji's own "Hybrid" viewfinder which allows the photographer to switch between a fully digital display, or an optical rangefinder view with digital information overlaid, bringing a touch of nostalgia with it.Full Details
Inside the X-Pro1 we find Fuji's unique 16 Megapixel, APS-C sized "X-Trans CMOS" image sensor which captures sharp detail and produces outstanding colour, including a range of film simulation modes to reproduce the expressive colour quality of Fuji films. The high-resolution, anti-reflective LCD screen means photographers can feel comfortable checking their photos in the field allowing them to shoot with even greater confidence.
The X-A1 is Fuji's entry-level compact system camera, offering a large 16 Megapixel image sensor delivering DSLR quality images in a small, stylish body.Full Details
FujiFilm's range of high-quality lenses make the X-A1 a versatile performer, with a high-resolution tilting LCD so you're ready to capture those fleeting moments from any angle. The Scene Recognition Auto mode will do all the hard work, determining the best settings to use under any circumstances, allowing photographers of any level to capture quality images with outstanding colour reproduction. Built-in Wireless Image Transfer means you can send your favourite shots direct to a mobile, quickly and easily, ready for instant sharing to the web without the need for a PC. A range of in-camera artistic filters can help turn even a boring photo into something much more interesting.
The Fuji XT-1 is the latest in Fuji's range of compact system cameras. The X-T1 has taken on a more conventional DSLR design, this larger style body allows for a more comfortable hand grip, and allows room for the incredibly large and beautifully sharp electronic viewfinder.Full Details
The FujiFilm X-T1's body is now an entirely magnesium-alloy build, giving it a sturdy feel and ensuring it's tough enough to keep shooting under any conditions. Combine this with it's 70 different sealing locations to make it dust and water resistant, and the ability to operate at temperatures down to -10 degrees, the Fuji X-T1 can be counted on by enthusiasts and professionals to be a reliable workhorse and never miss that perfect shot.
Inside the X-T1 is Fuji's unique 16 Megapixel "X-Trans CMOS II" image sensor, which builds on the oustanding level of detail from the previous version, and now allows an ISO sensitivity of up to 51,200. Included still is the "Film Simulation" mode, giving Fuji film users the ability to recreate the look and feel of classic films such as Provia, Velvia, and Astia.
Being the top of the current range, the X-T1 offers all of the latest features including amazingly fast autofocus, built-in interval timer shooting for timelapse photography, and an improved wireless function allowing both instant transfer of photos to mobile devices as well as remote control of the cameras functions.
The Leica M Digital Rangefinder Camera Body combines Leica’s world famous rangefinder technology with modern digital technology.
It features a 24 megapixel CMOS full frame sensor, and it is compatible with Leica M series lenses.
The Leica M is the first M Series Leica camera to feature Full HD video recording.Full Details