Camera Reviews

The latest camera reviews from Lumoid. Our expert photographers review the latest technology and even cover some old favorites in the world of DSLRs, medium format, mirrorless, compact, and action cams.

Insta360 EVO: An Impressive Camera for VR Media

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Insta360 is at the forefront of revolutionary camera technology. The Insta360 ONE X, for example, is an impressive camera capable of capturing 360-degree footage. Building on this, the Insta360 EVO captures both 360-degree footage, but also 180-degree 3D footage. This is an amazing device that allows users to create out-of-this-world immersive content. The 180-degree 3D

GoPro Fusion: A Powerful 360-Degree Camera

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Three hundred and sixty-degree digital action cameras are the latest photography technology trend. These devices are fantastic for creating VR footage and immersive content. The GoPro Fusion is one such product that represents GoPro’s first foray into the 360-degree camera market. This superb and compact device features hallmark design and durability that you would come

The Leica TL2: Compact Quality

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There’s no denying that Leica’s reputation has pushed the company into the digital age with full force, with options like the Leica TL2 being aimed at the more point-and-shoot brigade. Once you’ve got the Leica bug, it’s hard to shake, but you will be rewarded with a top-quality imaging device, just with a rather high

GoPro HERO8 Black: The Best Action Cam Around?

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GoPro has certainly made their mark on the action cam market since the company’s inception, producing higher quality units with more refined features. Other action cam brands have since got in on the act, such as DJI with the Osmo Action and more budget conscious models, but GoPro still represents a well-rounded solution with pro-level

Canon EOS 77D: Keeping Up DSLR Appearances

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As the camera world is seemingly pushed ever closer to complete mirrorless format dominance, the humble DSLR can seem like yesterday’s technology. However, as shown by the Canon EOS 77D, a DSLR can still produce the goods, just in a slightly chunkier package. This means a just-as-capable image sensor, ISO range, and AF points from

Leica C-Lux: The Best Travel Zoom

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A cost-effective compact digital zoom camera from Leica almost seems like a contradiction in terms, but this is exactly what we have with the Leica C-Lux. Basically, this is a reworked Panasonic LUMIX ZS-series with all the Leica trimmings. It includes a 15x zoom lens, 20-megapixel sensor, and even has 4K video recording. This isn’t

Leica S2: Medium Format Quality

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Let’s pretend you’re in the market for a Leica camera, but you also want the lovely workings of medium format in a more compact form. At the end of 2008, this may not have seemed possible until the release of the Leica S2. Back then, stuffing a medium format sensor into a DSLR-like body with

The Leica Q2: Exclusive Quality

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Back in 2009, Leica was the first to introduce a full-frame digital rangefinder camera. All the fun of a DSLR, but in a more compact form. This was very appealing, considering the optics that came with the camera. Move on a few years and the Leica Q2 follows on from the highly capable Leica Q

Canon PowerShot SX740 HS: A Powerful Compact Camera for Photos and Video

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The Canon PowerShot series has remained popular for beginners and hobbyists. These compact cameras are excellent for people who just want to take photos without any fuss. Despite the basic functionality, however, they still offer superior image technology. A prime example of this design ethos is the Canon PowerShot SX740 HS – a brilliant point-and-shoot

Sony a350: A Solid DSLR for Beginners

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Sony has a long history of creating quality DSLR cameras. One of their groundbreaking models was the a200. Since then, the Sony a350 was released and provided photographers with an affordable DSLR, bursting with features. Despite being release in 2008, this entry-level DSLR is still available. Furthermore, although its technology is somewhat dated, it serves