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Steve's Digicams: Review of the Panasonic DMC-FZ10

Mark Peters : 2003-11-24 03:50:58
Some months ago Panasonic launched a camera with remarkable features but not the features we would be too excited about. However the reactions from the readers all over the world were quite positive and the introduction of the Panasonic DMC-FZ10 became very successful in terms of publicity! This new model is the world's first 4 Megapixel camera with a 12x optical zoom. Okay, 12x is more than we have seen with competitors like Kodak and Olympus, but the interesting thing is that the entire zoom range has an f2.8 brightness! The optical range is equivalent to a 35-420mm zoom lens on a 35mm camera. The camera features a 1/2.5" CCD and F2.8 large-aperture Leica DC VARIO-ELMARIT lens with 13 elements in 8 groups and three aspherical lenses.


Imaging Resource: review Fujifilm FinePix A310

Dennis Hissink : 2003-11-20 01:24:35
Our good friends from Imaging Resource, the well-known and thorough website in the US have posted a quick review of the FujiFilm FinePix A310 camera. This entry-level camera has a friendly price and has some nice features to offer. Successor to the popular FinePix A303 Zoom, the FinePix A310 Zoom is part of Fujifilm's latest line-up of digital cameras using the company's 4th Generation Super CCD HR technology to achieve sharper, higher quality pictures. The FinePix A310 Zoom uses 3.1 million effective pixels to produce an ultra-smooth 6 million recorded pixels. The FinePix A310 features a Fujinon 3x optical zoom lens equivalent to 38-114mm on a 35mm camera and Movie recording capabilities up to 10 frames per second (fps).


Imaging Resource: Minolta DiMAGE A1 review

Dennis Hissink : 2003-11-14 02:30:41
The guys from Imaging Resource updated their indepth review of the Minolta DiMAGE A1 with their final conclusion. The Minolta DiMAGE A1 is the latest in a series of DiMAGE SLR cameras that began way back with the original DiMAGE 7, the first 5 Megapixels prosumer camera in the world followed by the DiMAGE 7i and 7Hi cameras. In those days (2001) Minolta was the first who announced the 5 Megapixel camera and not just a regular camera, but a complete new designed SLR type camera with a remarkable 7x optical zoom. The new DiMAGE A1 is the latest Minolta SLR type generation and features, again, a new innovative technology. The Anti-Shake mode is a real interesting development and is a promising feature for future models.


Steve's Digicams reviews Kodak DX4530

Dennis Hissink : 2003-11-11 00:09:37
The American based website Steve's Digicams has posted its review about the new Kodak DX4530 camera. This new 5 Megapixel camera is one of the most affordable high resolution cameras on the market. It was introduced just before the IFA show in Berlin, Germany started. The camera features a 5 Megapixels CCD and a 3x optical Kodak Retinar zoom lens combined a 3.3 advanced digital zoom. The Kodak DX4530 is a basic point-and-shoot camera, fully automatic, but with a good and solid 5 Megapixels resolution. Beside able to capture still images this new Kodak model also features a motion video capture mode for recording video clips with sound. The design is just basic, however the price (retail price of $399) for 5 Megapixels is interesting enough.


Identifying Digital Imaging Product Excellence

Dennis Hissink : 2003-11-07 12:00:00
Introducing: the Digital Imaging Websites Association (DIWA), a new and independent international organisation comprised of experienced, professional, online publications. DIWA's purpose is to identify excellence in digital imaging products, including cameras, photo printers, scanners, accessories and software. DIWA awards marks of excellence for selected products that have shown their superiority through rigorous, standardised, testing procedures. These awards are designed to give consumers complete confidence in making the best digital imaging choices for their needs. Two fundamental differences mark DIWA from other awards organisations. Firstly, DIWA doesn't restrict itself to a single annual meeting to choose award winners.


Imaging Resource reviews Olympus C-5000z

Dennis Hissink : 2003-11-05 14:40:56
The guys from Imaging Resource produced an in-depth review of the Olympus Camedia C-5000z camera. This is one of the most recent models and updates the earlier Olympus Camedia C-4000z camera. The C-5000z is a 5 Megapixel camera with a wide variety of settings for the photo enthusiastic, but functions well as an user-friendly high resolution camera as well. The C-5000z shares its place with the C-5050 and C-5060 wide zoom cameras but with the advantage of having a very friendly price tag. According to Imaging Resource: "The C-5000 Zoom is missing a few of the extra details that the C-4000 boasted, such as the histogram display, movie editing capability, viewfinder diopter adjustment, AF modes, and Multi-Spot exposure metering."


PhotographyBlog reviews Olympus C-5050 and MJU 400

Dennis Hissink : 2003-11-04 07:20:23
Mark Goldstein, owner and editor of the UK website PhotographyBlog has reviewed two Olympus digital cameras. The compact and stylishly designed Olympus MJU 400 Digital is among the reviewed Olympus models. This really nice looking camera was introduced in January 2003 where it made its worldwide appearance during the CES show. From that moment this model has been in the spotlight seen by a whole bunch of consumers. Even Ferrari has seen the "light" and has cooperated with Olympus to manufacture a specially designed Limited Edition Ferrari MJU 400 camera! Quote from Mark: "This may be ideal for many people, who just want to turn the camera on, press the shutter button and get a decent picture."


Steve's Digicams reviews Fujifilm FinePix S7000

Dennis Hissink : 2003-10-29 20:26:48
Our good friend Steve from the well-known website Steve's Digicams has posted his review about the new Fujifilm FinePix SLR-like camera S7000. The FinePix S7000 is the first digital camera to carry Fujifilm's new 4th generation Super CCD HR sensor. This sensor provides 6 million effective pixels and due to the technique of the Super CCD it creates up to 12 million recorder pixels! The S7000 camera from Fujifilm is the first digital camera for consumers with such a high resolution. The S7000 is a SLR-like camera that offers advanced exposure control and a whole bunch of settings. If you want maximum control and if you are looking for a camera that reminds you of your analogue SLR camera you should read the review of Steve.






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