Most major camera manufacturers now offer some form of waterproof compact as part of their ‘rugged’ compact range, usually waterproof to a depth of between 10 and 30 metres. While…

With a long zoom range at a tempting price, Nikon’s AF-S Nikkor 200-500mm f/5.6E ED VR lens could be outstanding. Phil Hall tries it out on a wildlife photography trip…

What Digital Camera August 2016 cover

In the What Digital Camera August 2016 issue, highlights include the best DSLRs under £1,000 you can buy now, and tips for stunning summer photographs

With its latest PowerShot G7 X camera, Canon appears to have resolved the main issues of the model’s predecessor. Matt Golowczynski takes a closer look in this Canon PowerShot G7…

As far as crop-sensor DSLRs go, Nikon’s new flagship, high-speed model is up there with the best, as Andy Westlake discovers in this Nikon D500 review

With powerful sensors, better build quality and a huge range of lenses, there are a bunch of reasons to make the jump to DSLR - but where should you start?…

What Digital Camera, the UK’s premier digital photography magazine has been published since early 1997. It is widely respected for its authoritative, unbiased and in-depth camera, scanner, printer and software…

Medium-format cameras are turning to the CMOS sensor for its flexibility, and Leica has followed suit with the Leica S (Typ 007). Damien Demolder puts it to the test

Best tripods 2016

There’s a lot to consider when it comes to purchasing a tripod. There are literally hundreds of tripods out there to choose from, and while you’ll be able to disregard…

Every digital camera has at its heart a solid-state device which, like film, captures the light coming in through the lens to form an image. This device, called a sensor.…

Using your flash effectively will help you to grow your photography skills immeasurably. We take a look at the different types of flash on the market and how to make…

What is a bridge camera, and should you buy one? Our complete guide to bridge cameras (aka superzooms or ultrazooms) has the answers.

Whether you’re shooting landscapes or the kids in your front room, if your camera isn’t held steady, you’re going to get blurred images. The best solution is a tripod or…

Everything you need to make the right flash choice when choosing a flashgun for our digital SLR