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Canon PowerShot A700 review

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-05-02 13:10:00
Canon PowerShot A700 digital camera review : Early this year, just before the start of the PMA 2006, Canon introduced an entire new series of digital cameras. Most of these new models are now gradually becoming available for digital camera reviews. Such is also the case with the Canon PowerShot A700. This new model is equipped with a 6 Megapixel image sensor, and features the renowned PowerShot A-series design. Six Megapixels seems to have been declared the standard resolution for the amateur photographer. Although the new Canon A700 does not have a predecessor, it greatly resembles the, for instance, Canon PowerShot A530 and 540 models. The Canon PowerShot A700 is the flagship of the current PowerShot A-series digital cameras.


Canon PowerShot A620 review

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-05-01 14:55:00
Canon PowerShot A620 digital camera review : Canon has found a formula for success with the PowerShot series of digital cameras. The concept of a wide range of functionalities and advanced features with a low entry-level for users has really caught on, and it is with good reason that the PowerShot A series of cameras is popular with Canon users. The Canon PowerShot was officially introduced in 2005, replacing the Canon A95 and raising the resolution to 7 Megapixels simultaneously. One of the differences to its predecessor is the format and flexibility of the screen at the back of the camera; it has been enlarged from 1.8 to 2.0 inches and can be tilted.


Panasonic DMC-FZ7 review at Photoxels

Mark Peters : 2006-04-25 08:35:00
Panasonic DMC-FZ7 review at Photoxels : DIWA member Yin Wong from Photoxels has reviewed the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ7 digital camera. The Panasonic DMC FZ7 camera features a 6 Megapixel image sensor and incorporates a 12x optical zoom (equivalent to 36mm to 432mm on a 35mm film camera) Leica DC lens. Differing from the FZ30 with manual focus ring and manual zoom ring, which was already released and highly evaluated by prosumers, the Panasonic FZ7 is more compact and easy to carry while preserving the same powerful zoom capability and manual controllability. The Panasonic Lumix FZ7 gains the High Sensitivity mode for one of the new scene modes that allows shooting at max. ISO 1600 setting and offers optical image stabilization.


Sony W50 review at Steves Digicams

Mark Peters : 2006-04-23 13:03:00
Sony W50 at Steves Digicams : Our good friends at Steves Digicams have published their review of the Sony Cybershot DSC W50 digital camera. The Sony Cybershot DSC W50 offers a six Megapixel image resolution for high-quality prints, high-light sensitivity and more natural-looking pictures in low-light conditions, Carl Zeiss Vario Tessar 3x optical zoom lens, and MPEG1 movie recording. The Sony DSC W50 includes high light-sensitivity settings up to ISO 1000, which allow for shooting at higher shutter speeds to capture fast-moving subjects with less blur. Sony’s ultra-fast Real Imaging Processor circuit delivers quick start-up, fast shot-to-shot times, and long battery life - up to 400 shots on a single charge for the Sony W50 model.


Sony W30 review at Steves Digicams

Mark Peters : 2006-04-23 13:02:00
Sony W30 review at Steves Digicams : Our good friends at Steves Digicams have published their review of the Sony Cybershot DSC W30 digital camera. The Sony W30 offers a six Megapixel image resolution, a precision Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar 3x optical zoom lens, and MPEG1 movie recording. The Sony Cybershot DSC W30 includes high light-sensitivity settings up to ISO 1000, which allow for shooting at higher shutter speeds to capture fast-moving subjects with less blur. Furthermore the Sony W30 camera features a new user interface. When menu icons are selected, such as a specific shooting function or scene mode, a text explanation is displayed on the LCD making it easier to take a great shot.


Panasonic LS2 review at DigiCamReview

Mark Peters : 2006-04-23 13:01:00
Panasonic LS2 review at DigiCamReview : Our friend Joshua Waller from DigiCamReview has published his Panasonic Lumix LS2 digital camera review. The Panasonic Lumix DMC LS2 camera offers 5 Megapixel resolution and is incorporating MEGA O.I.S., an Optical Image Stabilizer that compensates the handshake, and 3x optical zoom lens, that runs on two AA batteries. The high performance of Venus Engine Plus is evident with the quick response allowing you to take three frames per sec at full resolution and even to shoot successive photos until the memory card or the built-in memory reaches capacity in its Unlimited Consecutive Shooting mode. The Panasonic LS2 incorporates the Venus Engine Plus LSI for high performance image processing.


Panasonic Lumix TZ1 review at PhotographyBLOG

Mark Peters : 2006-04-23 13:00:00
Panasonic Lumix TZ1 review at PhotographyBLOG : DIWA member Mark Goldstein from PhotographyBLOG has reviewed the Panasonic Lumix DMC TZ1 digital camera. The Panasonic Lumix DMC TZ1 is the world’s smallest 10x optical zoom digital camera. The Panasonic TZ1 features Mega O.I.S. (Optical Image Stabilizer), which has now become a standard feature for all digital cameras in the market. The Panasonic Lumix TZ1 has an intuitively bright 2.5 inch large, high resolution (207k pixels) LCD which offers clear and easy viewing, even in low-light situations, by automatically increasing the brightness levels as appropriate. The Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ1 allows shooting at a manually adjustable sensitivity setting of up to ISO 800 in full resolution.


Canon PowerShot SD600 review at Steves Digicams

Mark Peters : 2006-04-22 09:04:00
Canon PowerShot SD600 review at Steves Digicams : Our good friends at Steves Digicams have published their review of the Canon PowerShot SD600 digital camera. The Canon SD600 camera includes 6 Megapixel resolution, 3x optical zoom 35–105mm (35mm equiv.) with UA lens, DIGIC II, iSAPS and 9-point AiAF for fast, sharp results 16 shooting modes, My Colors in-camera photo effects, 30fps VGA movie clips with sound, high ISO Auto and ISO 800 for flash-free indoor shooting and widescreen (16:9) still image recording. The 2.5 inch LCD screen of the Canon PowerShot SD600 allows for sharp composition and reviewing with no squinting or eyestrain. The cameras’ menu system now feature support for Arabic, bringing it to 23 languages.






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Canon EOS 7D Mark II
Canon PowerShot SX60 HS
Canon PowerShot G7 X
Panasonic Lumix DMC-GM5
Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX100
Canon PowerShot N2
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Nikon D750
Nikon Coolpix S6900
Pentax K-S1
 
   
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