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Fujifilm FinePix F470 review at Steves Digicams

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-05-27 00:25:00
Fujifilm FinePix F470 at Steves Digicams : Our good friends at Steves Digicams have published their review of the Fujifilm FinePix F470 digital camera. The Fujifilm F470 incorporates a 6.0 Megapixel CCD, a 3x optical zoom lens, an easy-to-view 2.5-inch LCD monitor, and 16 megabytes of internal memory, all encased in a slim-line aluminium-finish body. Scene positions on the Fujifilm FinePix F470 camera are selectable via the mode dial are 10 positions, offering an array of optimized automatic photography settings to meet a variety of situations. In addition to selectable scene positions, a Manual mode enables photographers to control the image quality at will. The Fujifilm F470 features a manual mode.


Casio Exilim Z1000 review

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-05-24 00:16:00
Casio Exilim EX-Z1000 camera review : Although Casio have been part of the digital camera market for years, their market share simply isn't large enough to spark a direct link between the brand name Casio and a digital camera. Consequently, the fact that Casio were the first to introduce a digital consumer camera in 1995; the Casio QV10, which earned them the highest market share ever for a digital camera manufacturer, will come as a surprise to many consumers. It didn't take long, however, for the other photo manufacturers to spring into action, and we soon saw the first models from Canon, Nikon and other well-known manufacturers take their first steps into the market. This signalled the end of Casio's predominant market share.


Kodak EasyShare Z650 review

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-05-22 13:04:00
Kodak EasyShare Z650 review : The Kodak EasyShare Z650, a super zoom digital camera, was launched at the beginning of 2006. The camera is a new model in the EasyShare Z series of digital camera. De Kodak Z650 is equipped with a Schneider Kreuznach optical zoom lens. The zoom lens has a 10x zoom range with an optical range of 38 - 380 mm (comparable to a 35 mm format camera). In practice it is great to work with: a fantastic wide-angle and generous tele range. An all round optical range, in fact. De Kodak Z650 digital camera is equipped with a 1/2.5 inch 6.1 Megapixel CCD sensor. Although Kodak has more or less provided a description of pixel formats in the manual, in fact it just means that the X factor has been neatly rounded off and might come in handy.


Panasonic Lumix LZ3 review at DigiCamReview

Mark Peters : 2006-05-22 13:02:00
Panasonic Lumix LZ3 review at DigiCamReview : Our friend Joshua Waller from DigiCamReview has published his Panasonic Lumix LZ3 digital camera. The Panasonic LZ3 incorporates MEGA O.I.S.(Optical Image Stabilizer) and 6x optical zoom (equiv. 37mm to 222mm on 35mm camera) lens, and offers 5 Megapixel resolution. Compared to the previous LZ2/LZ1, the LCD for Panasonic Lumix DMC LZ3 becomes larger to be easy-to-see 2.0 inch. The Panasonic DMC-LZ3 is equipped with an optical 6x zoom that captures subjects located at a distance that cannot be captured enough by the 3x zoom of ordinary compact cameras. The Panasonic Lumix DMC-LZ3 incorporate the Venus Engine Plus LSI for high performance image processing in both speed and image quality.


Fujifilm FinePix V10 review at Steves Digicams

Mark Peters : 2006-05-22 13:00:00
Fujifilm FinePix V10 at Steves Digicams : Our good friends at Steves Digicams have published their review of the Fujifilm FinePix V10 digital camera. The Fujifilm V10 features Real Photo Technology and is equipped with an extra-large 3-inch LCD screen. The 5.1 Megapixel Fujifilm FinePix V10 also features a high-quality 3.4x optical zoom. The Fujifilm V10 also offers new shooting modes. In "Natural Light & with Flash" mode the V10 shoots two images continuously without and with flash for comparison on-the-spot, a convenient function when taking pictures in situations where it's difficult to determine if the flash is needed. The Fujifilm V10 is housed in a distinctive square body, available in a choice of gunmetal or orange finish.


Fujifilm FinePix E900 review at PhotographyBLOG

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-05-22 09:19:00
Fujifilm FinePix E900 review at PhotographyBLOG : DIWA member Mark Goldstein from PhotographyBLOG has reviewed the Fujifilm FinePix E900 digital camera. The Fujifilm E900 compact camera is the first of its kind to deliver 9.0 million pixels, and offers a 4x optical zoom and a sensitivity range of ISO 80 to ISO 800. Fujifilm’s Real Photo Technology enhances the photographic experience further by capturing pin-sharp images with low noise, even at high sensitivity settings. The Fujifilm FinePix E900 Zoom also includes a TV-quality video function with zoom feature, capable of capturing 30 frames per second. Furthermore, the large 2 inch LCD screen makes it easy to view the captured shots, without the need to rely on a TV screen.


Fujifilm FinePix A500 review at Steves Digicams

Mark Peters : 2006-05-18 13:43:00
Fujifilm FinePix A500 at Steves Digicams : Our good friends at Steves Digicams have published their review of the Fujifilm FinePix A500 digital camera. The Fujifilm A500 camera is equipped with a 5.1 Megapixel Super CCD, offers a 3x optical zoom lens and an easy-to-view 1.8 inch LCD monitor. The Fujifilm FinePix A500 features 12MB of internal memory, making it possible to record up to 19 frames (at 2M resolution) without a media card. The Fujifilm FinePix A500 compact camera incorporates the Fujifilm Super CCD, acclaimed for its outstanding imaging performance in high-end and mid-range digital cameras in the Fujifilm FinePix line. The addition of an optical viewfinder makes the Fujifilm A500 easy to operate.


Kodak EasyShare P880 review

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-05-16 20:00:00
Kodak EasyShare P880 digital camera review : So-called hybrid digital cameras still are a popular class amongst digital cameras although pressure is rising because of the continuing decrease in prizes of digital reflex cameras. The notable advantage of a hybrid camera is the combination of two worlds: the appearance and sensation of a digital SRL put together with the size and user friendliness of a compact camera. Additionally, the majority of hybrid cameras go with a very good lens with an extensive zoom wide. Saying this, from a photographic perspective, it is regrettable to see manufacturers say goodbye to the hybrid camera. Yet Kodak shows the efficiency of prolonging the hybrid camera’s life.






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