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DCViews Nikon D50 digital camera review


Dennis Hissink : 2005-07-03 17:30:00
DCViews Nikon D50 digital camera review : The Dutch portal web site DCViews has published their review of the entry level Nikon digital SLR, the Nikon D50. The Nikon D50 is a very important camera for Nikon in the way that this product is Nikon's answer to the digital wave of all those Canon digital (SLR) cameras. The new digital SLR camera is equipped with a 6 Megapixel image sensor and uses the Nikon DX format sensor and Nikon F lens mount design shared by all Nikon SLR cameras for seamless compatibility with all AF Nikkor lenses, as well as the expanding family of high quality DX Nikkor lenses. The Nikon D50 with its all-round shooting options makes digital SLR photography a reality for everyone.


Konica Minolta DiMAGE Z20 digital camera review


Ilse Jurriën : 2005-06-30 02:00:00
Konica Minolta DiMAGE Z20 digital camera review : Konica Minolta introduced the DiMAGE Z20 worldwide at the beginning of this year, 21 January 2005, to tell you precisely. The new Konica Minolta DiMAGE Z20 is equipped with a 5 Megapixel CCD image sensor and features an 8x optical zoom lens. The digital cameras from the DiMAGE Z-line are very popular and feature a most attractive price. These mega zoom digital cameras have been working on an impressive march lately and are definitely conquering a part of the market share. Unlike its brother, the DiMAGE Z5, the Konica Minolta Z20 has to do without the handy anti-shake system; nonetheless the Z20 offers just about everything an enhanced amateur can wish for.


Nikon D50 review


Ilse Jurriën : 2005-06-20 01:00:00
Nikon D50 digital camera review : Nikon definitely scored a bull's-eye with the Nikon D70 digital SLR camera. The D70 seemed to throw its biggest rival, the Canon EOS 300D, into the shade. The Canon however carried a more attractive price tag. So Nikon struck back with the introduction of the Nikon D50 digital reflex (D-SLR) last April. A digital reflex, which is more compact than the Nikon D70s, but still featuring many interesting specifications. At first glance the differences between the Nikon D70s and the D50 are small. The Nikon D50 has a somewhat slower image speed (2.5 frames per second compared with three images at the Nikon D70s), a slower maximum shutter speed and less settings for ISO values.


DCViews Nikon D70s digital camera review


Dennis Hissink : 2005-06-12 14:45:00
DCViews Nikon D70s digital camera review : The Dutch portal web site DCViews has published their review of the latest Nikon digital SLR member, the Nikon D70s. The Nikon D70s already became a favorite and is one of Nikon's answers to all the digital Canon violence. The new digital SLR camera is equipped with a 6 Megapixel image sensor. The Nikon D70s uses the Nikon DX Format sensor and Nikon F lens mount design shared by all Nikon SLR cameras for seamless compatibility with all AF Nikkor lenses, as well as the expanding family of high quality DX Nikkor lenses. Designed and built to exacting standards, every aspect of the Nikon D70s' functionality has been optimized to keep the photographer on top of the action.


Olympus C7070 Wide Zoom review


Mark Peters : 2005-06-08 00:20:00
Olympus C7070 Wide Zoom digital camera review : Olympus' leading digital compact cameras are the Olympus C5060 Wide Zoom and the C8080 Wide Zoom. Beginning of 2005 the Olympus Camedia C7070 Wide Zoom joined in, and this camera may be looked upon as the successor of the Olympus C5060. The cameras have their own special style with a nice zoom range, from a true wide-angle to a reasonable telephoto. If we compare it to a 35mm camera, the Olympus C-7070 Wide Zoom has an f/2.8 - f/4.8 27-110mm lens. It might not be an ultra zoom, but it still is an attractive range. Olympus is also aiming at the professional market with their solid build C7070 Wide Zoom digital camera.


Ricoh Caplio R2 review


Mark Peters : 2005-05-31 23:00:00
Ricoh Caplio R2 review : Ricoh enhanced their series of Caplio digital cameras with the introduction of the new Ricoh Caplio R2 in March 2005. The new Caplio R2 looks a lot like its brother, the Caplio R1, but the new model can definitely compete with the competitors of the 5 Megapixel class. The Ricoh R2 is beautifully designed and the housing has a nice finishing touch. Something that immediately draws the attention is the enlargement of the monitor on the back of the camera. Compared to the Caplio R1's 1.8 inch monitor, the difference is vast; the 2.5 inch monitor on the Caplio R2 has a great size and an adjustable brightness. The buttons next to the large sized monitor have been re-arranged.


DigiCamReview.co.uk reviews the Canon IXUS 30


Ilse Jurriën : 2005-05-28 03:31:12
DigiCamReview.co.uk reviews the Canon Digital IXUS 30 : During Photokina in september last year, the Canon IXUS 30 has been introduced. Our colleagues over at DigiCamReview.co.uk have published their review about this beautiful designed Canon camera. The IXUS 30 has beautifully rounded curves and a polished, all-metal body. The 3.2 megapixel digital camera features a 2.0-inch LCD display and with its DIGIC II processor you can aspect superb responsive shooting and great image quality. The IXUS 30 also features iSAPS technology, which is an in-built photographer's assistant that uses camera settings and environmental data to predict the most likely scene in order to optimise white balance, focus and exposure settings accordingly.


Fujifilm FinePix F10 review


Mark Peters : 2005-05-24 20:20:20
Fujifilm FinePix F10 review : Fujifilm introduced a new line of digital cameras at the beginning of February 2005, amongst them the new Fujifilm FinePix F10. The new Fujifilm F10 digital camera is equipped with a 6.3 Megapixel Super CCD HR, an image sensor from the stables of Fujifilm. This newest image sensor belongs to the 5th generation. And the Super CCD image sensor proved to be a full and innovative product over the past few years with which Fujifilm distinguishes itself from competing manufacturers. The Fuji F10 camera features a 2.5 inch size LCD monitor which makes you forget about an optical viewfinder. The large size lets you check your images with great ease, the information is shown clearly and well-organized.


Nikon Coolpix S1 review


Mark Peters : 2005-05-20 01:00:00
Nikon Coolpix S1 digital camera review : Nikon introduced a small digital design camera in the first quarter of this year: the Nikon Coolpix S1. This model is completely newly developed and has a very classy appearance. The Nikon S1 is available in the colours Pure Silver and Ebony Black. The material used for the housing of the camera is aluminium and is beautifully finished. The new Nikon Coolpix S1 has a very compact size and is ultra flat with only 19.7 mm. Despite its slim body, the camera is equipped with a 3x optical zoom lens that doesn't extend, like we have seen on other thin digital cameras. This means we find an internal zoom lens with a 3x optical range on this Nikon digital camera.


Steves digital camera review


Mark Peters : 2005-05-17 11:00:00
Steves digital camera review Canon Rebel XT | EOS 350D : Our good friends over at Steves Digicams have published an extensive review of the new Canon Rebel XT | EOS 350D digital camera. It is an upgrade of the Canon EOS Rebel | EOS 300D but incorporates a 8.0 Megapixel image sensor. The launch completes a refresh of the entire digital EOS line-up and confirms Canon's commitment to digital SLR research and development. "The new Canon 350D will now take over," said Mogens Jensen, Head of Canon Consumer Imaging Europe. "Canon predicts the D-SLR market will double in size by the end of 2006." The Canon EOS 350D features a newly developed, second generation, extremely low noise APS-C size 8.0 Megapixel CMOS sensor.


Konica Minolta DiMAGE Z5 review


Mark Peters : 2005-05-14 20:00:00
Konica Minolta DiMAGE Z5 review : Surprisingly soon after introducing the DiMAGE Z3, Konica Minolta announced the introduction of the DiMAGE Z5. The Konica Minolta DiMAGE Z5 now offers more Megapixels; it offers 5 Megapixels to be precise. One of the main changes is the monitor on the back of the camera; it has become a lot larger. Other than that there were minor changes in comparison to the previous model. Features that remained are the large zoom range and the image stabilisation in the form of the Anti-Shake system. The Z-series is a rather striking camera line within the Konica Minolta full range of digital compact cameras. It finds itself in between the real entry-level models and the semi-professionals of the A-series.


Canon IXUS 50 review


Mark Peters : 2005-05-10 11:55:00
Canon Digital IXUS 50 digital camera review : Beginning of this year Canon introduced a complete new range of digital cameras, amongst them the new Canon Digital IXUS 50. This extremely compact digital camera, designed on the basis of the previously introduced Canon Digital IXUS 40, is placed in a neatly finished metal housing. Despite its small appearance the Canon IXUS 50 has more to offer than you'd think at first glance. The Canon Digital IXUS 50 doesn't yield in anything to his big brother the Canon Digital IXUS 700. The Digital IXUS guaranteed success from the minute the digital camera was introduced. If it wasn't for the compact size, then it was the beautiful design the consumer went for.


Canon 350D review


Mark Peters : 2005-05-02 23:00:00
Canon 350D digital camera review : As a bolt from the blue Canon introduced an affordable digital SLR camera back in 2003. This way Canon stole a march on arch-competitor Nikon, who immediately struck back with the D70. Beginning of this year Canon introduced the successor of the Canon EOS 300D, conform their policy of bringing a new model on the market every year and a half. The Canon EOS 350D is not an improved version but it is a totally newly developed camera. The sensor is identical to the one on the Canon EOS 20D; just its size is somewhat smaller. Other internal features like the processor have been upgraded. But the most striking part of course is the appearance of the body.


Fujifilm FinePix E550 digital camera review


Dennis Hissink : 2005-02-07 08:00:27
Fujifilm FinePix E550 digital camera review : The Fujifilm FinePix E550 digital camera was introduced in July 2004. This new model looks a lot like the FinePix 810 digital camera but is presented like a 'no-nonsense' camera, or in other words, it's a digital camera from the 'E' series FinePix digital cameras. The Fujifilm E550 digital camera is equipped with a Super CCD HR sensor which delivers a resolution of 6.3 Megapixels. This sensor should ensure lower sensitivity and a more precise signal/noise ratio. The Fujifilm FinePix E550 offers an attractive resolution for a rather low price. It is even possible to produce a 12.3 Megapixel image (interpolated) thanks to the Super CCD HR.


Fujifilm FinePix S3 Pro digital camera review


Dennis Hissink : 2005-02-02 09:18:28
Fujifilm FinePix S3 Pro digital camera review : Fujifilm announced the FinePix S3 Pro, successor to Fujifilm's critically-acclaimed FinePix S2 Pro digital SLR, one year ago. The Fujifilm S3 Pro has been conceived as the camera of choice for photographers who wish to achieve image quality worthy of Fujifilm's professional film heritage. The Fujifilm FinePix S3 Pro incorporates the new 4th Generation Super CCD SR II, with 12.34 million effective pixels (6.17 million S-pixels and 6.17 million R-pixels). Maximum image size is an ultra-high resolution of 12.1 million recording pixels, resulting in noticeable improvements in picture quality. The Super CCD SR II sensor's unique dual size pixel design produces expanded dynamic range.


Nikon Coolpix 8800 digital camera review


Dennis Hissink : 2005-02-01 09:00:19
Nikon Coolpix 8800 digital camera review : Nikon 8800 carries 8 Megapixels and a high-powered 10x Zoom-Nikkor ED lens with a Vibration Reduction (VR) System - a first for the Coolpix digital camera range. With such quality and performance, the Nikon Coolpix 8800 plans to lead not only the Nikon Coolpix line, but the entire consumer digital camera market, as well. The Nikon Coolpix 8800 is designed for serious photographers who aspire to take the highest quality images. With its 10x zoom, it also targets those who require higher zoom power and those who benefit from its fully loaded yet completely portable design. The Nikon Coolpix 8800 meets their requirements, as well as demands from those who want state-of-the-art image quality.


Olympus C-7070 first impression


Mark Peters : 2005-01-19 15:45:00
Olympus C-7070 WIDE ZOOM has been introduced to become a though contender. The Olympus C-7070 has a sturdy magnesium-alloy body and is equipped with a 7.1 Megapixel CCD sensor. The high-quality lens of the Olympus C-7070 has aspherical and ED elements and offers a focal range commencing at a wide-angle 27mm and extending all the way to 110mm (35mm equivalent) for 4x optical zoom power. The new pro-sumer digital camera provides the goods for versatility and excellence in all facets of photography. Incorporated in a compact Olympus camera for the very first time is a special 143-point dual autofocus system that enables Predictive measurements. In this way, images are assured incredible sharpness, even if subjects are moving.


Olympus Mju mini DIGITAL digital camera review


Mark Peters : 2005-01-17 01:52:23
Olympus Mju mini DIGITAL digital camera review : With its futuristic design, smooth contours and specially-created lens barrier, this four million pixel model is way ahead of anything else. Consumers can choose from six striking colours of weather-proof bodies, so there should be at least one that suits your personal style. Naturally, the mju mini has much more to offer besides good looks. Its large, 1.8 inch, high-contrast LCD delivers bright, vivid colours and wide viewing angles. And true to the mju philosophy, the Olympus Mju mini DIGITAL complements its design and technological innovations with ease of use. A total of 13 scene programmes let the user master any photo opportunity with ease, such as portraits and night scenes.






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