The Fuji X-E2 action is starting to pick up momentum, here is an new review waiting for you to read in an easy-to-read format at ePhotozine.
Three of the four official Fuji X-E2 kits are in-stock as of the time of writing, and it is eligible for the stackable Fuji X System Instant Rebates. If you are not familiar with how these work, check our detailed write-up. These expire by 12/24/13.
Sony’s blast from the past RX10 rawsumer has picked up one more review, it is waiting for you to read at ePhotozine.
As of the time of writing, the RX10 is in-stock for $1300 at Amazon and B&H Photo and Gearshop.
Q time! It is the 2/3″ Fuji XQ1 compact with RAW picking up a new review, waiting for you to read in an easy to read one page format at ePhotozine.
As of the time of writing, the camera is in-stock for $450 in either color at Amazon and Adorama and B&H Photo and Gearshop.
Olympus caught the “1″ bug from Nikon and named their new 1/1.x” rawsumer (but with f2.8 constant 10.7x optical zoom) the “Stylus 1″. Said camera has now received a review at the almost-always-among-the-first-to-review-a-new-camera ePhotozine.
The Stylus 1 has a starting price of $700 and it is expected to start shipping late November 2013. Check for the latest updates at Amazon and Adorama and B&H Photo and Gearshop.
The Pentax K3 review train is starting to warm up! Jump aboard with this new review of the camera at ePhotozine.
As of the time of writing, the K3 body only is in-stock for $1300 at Amazon and B&H Photo and Adorama.
Here comes another review of the Panasonic GM1, ready, set, go to ePhotozine to check it out!
For the latest availability updates, check the Panasonic GM1 stock status site.
The Leica “version” of yet another 1/1.x” Panasonic rawsumer goes by the name of Leica C Type 112 and it is reviewed at ePhotozine.
Back to the 1/1.x” compacts with RAW we go with a new look at the Canon Powershot S120 at ePhotozine.
As of the time of writing, the S120 goes for $450 at Adorama and B&H Photo and Amazon. On the other hand, the two generations ago model, the Canon S100 goes for $190, refurbished at Adorama.
The new Nikon D5300 is starting to pick up reviews, here is a review in red (the camera body color) at ePhotozine.
As of the time of writing, the D5300 body only is in-stock for $800 at Amazon and Adorama.
Full frame action, the new 35mm full frame Nikon D610 DSLR has been reviewed now at ePhotozine. The D610 was a surprise announcement, just like the D5300, with Nikon needing to do some “fixes” that couldn’t be handled by mere firmware and software.
The D610 has been steadily in-stock for its starting price of $2000 for body only, so much so, that retailers are offering free accessories with purchase already, including (as of the time of writing) Amazon and B&H Photo and Adorama (backordered).
Waterproof your mirrors and your mirrorless too! The new Nikon 1-System AW1 mirrorless waterproof camera has most likely just received its first in-english review, waiting for you to read at ePhotozine.
As of the time of writing, some of the AW1 kits are in-stock, while others remain in pre-order state. Check Amazon and Adorama and B&H Photo for the latest updates.
Would you like some Tea with your NEX? Then how about a new review of the Sony NEX-5T at ePhotozine!
The Panasonic FZ70 aka FZ72 RAWzoomer (superzoom with RAW) has picked up yet another new review, waiting for you to read in their customary easy-to-read format at ePhotozine.
As of the time of writing, the camera goes for $320 with free shipping by marketplace sellers (Norman Camera) at Amazon.com (look for it on the right side of the page, under “More buying choices”).
The Nikon Coolpix P7800, another one of the almost forgotten 1/1.x” compacts with RAW, has picked up a new review now, check it out at ePhotozine.
Don’t you forget about us sings the 1/1.x” compacts with RAW, overshadowed these days by mirrorless and big sensor primes and larger-sensor fixed-lens compacts. Not forgotten is the Canon G16 (latest model) at ePhotozine with their review now ready to go.
The new leader of M43rds has a new review out, waiting for your reviewtainment at ePhotozine.
The curiosity that is the SLR-looking NEX-mirrorless camera that goes by the names of Alpha A3000 and ILC-3000E (or something like that) has a new review out at ePhotozine.com.
Sony priced this fairly reasonably out of the gate, it goes for $400 with the 18-55 kit lens.
The first Android interchangeable lens camera from a major manufacturer is the Samsung Galaxy NX and its review is waiting for you at ePhotozine. Just don’t ask what’s the price
The fourth camera in the Fuji X mirrorless camera system is the X-A1 and it is starting to pick up reviews, starting with the completed review at ePhotozine.
As of the time of writing, the blue X-A1 with the 16-50mm lens is in-stock and ready to ship for $600 at B&H Photo.
Back onto the Canon 70D review train we hop on to with a new look at the camera at ePhotozine!
As of the time of writing, the camera remains steadily in-stock starting at $1.2K body only.