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Canon A560 review at Steves Digicams

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-05-25 16:20:00
Canon A560 review at Steves Digicams : Our good friends at Steves Digicams have published their review of the Canon PowerShot A560 camera. The Canon A560 camera is powered by DIGIC III, which introduces Face Detection Technology, automatic Red-Eye Correction in Playback and ISO 1600 to the PowerShot A-Series for the first time. The improved Face Detection system of the Canon PowerShot 560 uses new algorithms to detect faces further from the camera than ever before. Detecting up to nine faces, Face Detection AF/AE determines if a face is the main subject of the scene and sets the appropriate focus and exposure, if the flash is activated Face Detection FE sets the flash level so that the face is correctly exposed.


Canon 400D SLR review at DigiCamReview

Mark Peters : 2007-05-25 16:17:00
Canon 400D SLR review at DigiCamReview : Our friend Joshua Waller from DigiCamReview has published his Canon EOS 400D review. The Canon 400D features a 10.1 Megapixel CMOS sensor, new EOS Integrated Cleaning System, larger and brighter 2.5" LCD and 9-point AF. As well as the EOS Integrated Cleaning System, the EOS 400D incorporates a number of developments over the EOS 350D. Resolution increases from 8.0 to 10.1 Megapixels, using the superior hi-sensitivity, hi-speed, low-noise CMOS technology now found in all six EOS Digital models. At nearly twice the size of the EOS 350D display, the 2.5-inch hi-resolution LCD is the brightest in the EOS range and now displays all of key shooting and user interface Information.


Olympus SP550 review at Steves Digicams

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-05-25 16:16:00
Olympus SP550 review at Steves Digicams : Our good friends at Steves Digicams have published their review of the Olympus SP-550 UZ Megazoom compact camera. The Olympus SP-550 UZ digital camera spans an amazing 28-504mm (35mm camera equivalent). Packing 7.1 Megapixels of detail-capturing power, the Olympus SP-550 UZ camera opens up a new realm of creative possibility - because if it’s in your life, it’s in your Olympus SP550 Megazoom camera. Explore the possibilities of this kind of magnification power. With an 18x wide zoom lens (equivalent to 28-504mm on a 35mm camera) there’s no need to disturb a subject, whether it be an animal wandering through the wilderness or people lounging in a city park.


Olympus 770 SW review at DigiCamReview

Mark Peters : 2007-05-25 12:39:00
Olympus 770 SW review at DigiCamReview : Our friend Joshua Waller from DigiCamReview has published his Olympus Mju 770SW camera review. The 7.1 Megapixel Olympus 770 SW gives users a sense of freedom never before seen in a camera of this class. Its eye-catching, metal body is waterproof to 10m, shockproof against falls from up to 1.5m, and freezeproof to -10 degrees Celsius, all without the need for an extra case. Because BrightCapture Technology increases light sensitivity for shooting and boosts contrasts on the 6.4cm HyperCrystal LCD, better photo results in low light are a reality. The technology is applied in various scene modes making it easier to frame and capture atmospheric shots with less need for the flash.


Olympus SP550 review at PhotographyBLOG

Mark Peters : 2007-05-25 12:36:00
Olympus SP550 review at PhotographyBLOG : DIWA member Mark Goldstein from PhotographyBLOG has reviewed the Olympus SP550 UZ Megazoom digital camera. The Olympus SP550 spans a focal length of an amazing 28-504mm (35mm camera equivalent). With an 18x wide zoom lens (equivalent to 28-504mm on a 35mm camera) there’s no need to disturb a subject, whether it be an animal wandering through the wilderness or people lounging in a city park. Since telephoto shots can be more prone to blur caused by camera shake, the Olympus SP-550 UZ digital camera features Dual Image Stabilization to help deliver the clearest results possible. With a 6.4cm LCD it’s easy to frame and capture shots without having to squint.


Panasonic L1 review at PhotographyBLOG

Mark Peters : 2007-05-25 12:33:00
Panasonic L1 review at PhotographyBLOG : DIWA member Mark Goldstein from PhotographyBLOG has reviewed the Panasonic Lumix L1 digital SLR camera. The Panasonic L1 features a 4/3-type Live MOS sensor with 7.5 million pixels that provides both the outstanding image quality of a CCD and the low energy consumption for which CMOS sensors are known. The Panasonic Lumix DMC-L1 also incorporates the Venus Engine III image processing LSI, which teams up with the Live MOS sensor to achieve stunning picture quality and responsive performance, with features such as rapid consecutive shooting. The Panasonic L1 DSLR camera further incorporates a Supersonic Wave Filter that serves as a dust reduction system.


Panasonic FX12 review at PhotographyBLOG

Mark Peters : 2007-05-25 12:31:00
Panasonic FX12 at PhotographyBLOG : DIWA member Mark Goldstein from PhotographyBLOG has reviewed the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX12 digital compact camera. The Panasonic FX12 features a superb optical 3x zoom (35-105mm, on a 35mm film camera equivalent) Leica DC lens with f/2.8 brightness, Panasonic’s ingenious anti blur systems - MEGA O.I.S and Intelligent ISO control. Comprising seven elements in six groups, including three lenses with three aspherical surfaces, this advanced lens unit matches Leica’s stringent standards and delivers an exceptional optical performance. The zoom ratio of the Panasonic Lumix FX12 can be extended up to 4.5x in 3 Megapixel resolution mode with minimal deterioration thanks to the Extra Optical Zoom.


Panasonic TZ3 review at PhotographyBLOG

Mark Peters : 2007-05-25 10:52:00
Panasonic TZ3 review at PhotographyBLOG : DIWA member Mark Goldstein from PhotographyBLOG has reviewed the Panasonic Lumix TZ3 Megazoom compact camera. The Panasonic TZ3 features a Leica DC Vario-Elmar lens that comprises 11 elements in nine groups, including an ED (extra-low dispersion) lens and three aspherical lenses. This advanced lens unit passes Leica’s stringent standards and delivers an exceptional optical performance. The Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ3 incorporates a 1/2.35-inch CCD with a total of 8.50 Megapixels. This CCD, which is larger than those in conventional 7 Megapixel class cameras, can reproduce images shot with the lens set 28mm to 280mm in any of three aspect ratios - 4:3, 3:2 or 16:9.






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