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Panasonic Lumix DMC L1 review

Mark Peters : 2006-12-20 12:00:00
Panasonic Lumix DMC L1 review : Panasonic have been making digital compact cameras for years. Remarkable features include MEGA O.I.S. (Optical Image Stabilisation) and lenses that sport the Leica name. However, it seems that Panasonic are eager for more. The Japanese brand wants to be regarded as a full-fledged camera manufacturer. To achieve this, they need a DSLR, which is still considered the showpiece in the world of photography. Panasonic decided to join forces with Olympus. Olympus possess many years of SLR experience, whilst Panasonic know more than a thing or two about electronics. The result of this cooperation is the Panasonic Lumix DMC-L1. An interesting camera, which clearly shows Panasonic intend to take things seriously.


Canon EOS 400D review

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-12-13 22:00:00
Canon EOS 400D SLR review : Three years ago, Canon shocked the camera market with the introduction of the 8 Megapixel EOS 300D. It was a price breakthrough that would prove very important for the DSLR market. Suddenly, a digital SLR camera had become available for the novice photographer. And things didn't end there; since this event, digital SLR models have been in high demand. After a year and a half, Canon introduced the EOS 350D, which easily matched the success of its predecessor. It was a pretty safe bet that the successor of the EOS 350D would once again follow a year and a half later. Such was indeed the case. Canon's latest DSLR camera, the successor of the EOS 350D, turns out to be the Canon EOS 400D, a ten Megapixel model.


Nikon D40 review

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-12-13 21:00:03
Nikon D40 SLR camera review : Entry-level DSLR models are very interesting for manufacturers. They can reach high volumes, there is a much greater group who can afford these cameras and you can bind new users to your own system. There's a reason why the competition in this segment is so fierce. Nikon's newest weapon is the D40, and Nikon is using it to raise the stakes. The Nikon D40 DSLR is primarily meant for consumers who want more than a compact camera. In the profile of the target group, Nikon sees a family person between 30 and 70 years old. The typical user of the Nikon D40 is looking for a camera that stimulates creative qualities and reacts quicker than a compact camera.


Nikon D80 review at Steves Digicams

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-11-26 18:16:00
Nikon D80 review at Steves Digicams : Our good friends at Steves Digicams have published their review of the Nikon D80 digital SLR. The 10.2 Megapixel Nikon D80 features a DX Format CCD image sensor and Nikon's own high-resolution image processing engine. A new dedicated high-performance processing chip accelerates performance on all levels, while also achieving lower power consumption, assuring more pictures per battery charge. Nikon's 3D Color Matrix Metering II ensures accurate automatic exposure control for ideal exposures, even in the most challenging lighting conditions. The Nikon D80 incorporates a 11-area AF system which adds effective new focusing options that will instill greater confidence in getting the desired shot.


Panasonic Lumix DMC LX2 review at Photoxels

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-11-26 18:14:00
Panasonic Lumix DMC LX2 review at Photoxels : DIWA member Yin Wong from Photoxels has reviewed the Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX2 digital camera. The Panasonic LX2 features the f/2.8 28mm wide angle LEICA DC lens, 4x optical zoom (equivalent to 28mm to 112mm on a 35mm film camera) and MEGA O.I.S. (Optical Image Stabilizer) system. Furthermore the Panasonic Lumix LX2 offers an enhanced CCD capable of 10.2 Megapixels and larger 2.8 inch 16:9 wide LCD. The Panasonic DMC LX2 compact camera also boasts Venus Engine III high performance image processing LSI. The Extra Optical Zoom, made possible by using the center part of 10.2-megapixel high resolution CCD, further extends the zoom ratio to 5.5x for 5-megapixel image recording in 16:9 aspect.


Panasonic FZ50 review at Photoxels

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-11-26 18:12:00
Panasonic FZ50 review at Photoxels : DIWA member Yin Wong from Photoxels has reviewed the Panasonic LUMIX DMC-FZ50 Megazoom camera. The Panasonic FZ50 features a 12x optical zoom (equivalent to 35 mm to 420 mm on a 35 mm film camera) f/2.8 Leica DC lens and boasts a 10.1 Megapixel high resolution CCD for its image sensor and Venus Engine III for the image processing LSI, making it possible to record a image at max. ISO 1600 high sensitivity setting at full resolution. The Panasonic LUMIX FZ50 is also equipped with the world’s first Intelligent ISO Control. The 2-inch LCD flips out to 180°, making it easier to view even when shooting from high or low angles. The Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ50 is now compatible with TTL external flashes.


Kodak Z710 review at PhotographyBLOG

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-11-26 18:10:00
Kodak Z710 review at PhotographyBLOG : DIWA member Mark Goldstein from PhotographyBLOG has reviewed the Kodak EasyShare Z710 digital Megazoom camera. The Kodak Z710 camera features a 7.1 Megapixel image sensor and a professional quality Schneider Kreuznach Variogon 10X optical zoom lens. On-camera picture enhancing features such as cropping, a live histogram, and a capture grid line display allow for more creativity in each and every shot. Advanced settings and custom controls, including programme, aperture and shutter priority, and full manual mode provide ultimate photographic control in any situation. The Kodak Color Science imaging processing chip helps to capture natural details, accurate skin tones and colour.


Kodak V705 review at PhotographyBLOG

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-11-26 18:08:00
Kodak V705 review at PhotographyBLOG : DIWA member Mark Goldstein from PhotographyBLOG has reviewed the Kodak EasyShare V705 digital camera. The Kodak V705 compact camera is the world’s smallest ultra-wide-angle optical zoom digital camera and features two 7 Megapixel sensors, anti-blur technology and Kodak Perfect Touch technology. The Kodak EasyShare V705 dual lens camera is equipped with 5X optical zoom range, and automatically adjust its setting when choosing from 22 scenes and three color modes. The V705 camera includes the ability to record VGA video (640 x 480) at 30 fps with sound, and on-camera video editing tools to trim clips and create prints from video (4, 9 or 16 up), plus view and share single frames.






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