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Nikon D300s test photos


Dennis Hissink : 2009-12-23 03:50:00
Nikon D300s sample photo gallery posted! Nikon D300s review is in process, both in practice as well as in the DIWA Lab, managed by Kai Thon, Test Manager of DIWA Awards. The Nikon D300s is an enhanced version of the Nikon D300, and in that respect the performance of this SLR camera does not bring any surprises,; in fact, it is a similar camera with an enhanced functionality. The main feature of this further developed Nikon DSLR is the video function, which is a 720p HD video, combined with a faster continuous shooting mode of 7 fps and an extra card slot, which means you can use both CompactFlash and SDHC memory cards at the same time. The first Nikon D300s sample pictures will follow soon after the review.


Olympus E-P2 review


Dennis Hissink : 2009-12-17 00:55:00
Olympus PEN E-P2 system camera review : Last summer, Olympus launched its very first Micro Four System-based camera, the PEN E-P1. Referring to the rich photo history of Olympus, the E-P1 received a true retro design. Daring indeed, and it soon turned out the system camera formed a striking combination with the design, which made the rollout of the new system an immediate success. Micro Four Thirds is in many ways the system that photo-graphers had really been waiting for. Combining the convenience of a compact camera and the quality of a DSLR, the system was destined to be a real hit.

• Read our full Olympus E-P2 review.


Olympus reviews : FE-5020


Dennis Hissink : 2009-12-09 22:02:00
Olympus reviews - FE-5020 digital compact camera : The Olympus FE-series digital compact cameras provide an alternative to the ever growing amount of camera phones for the consumer that is looking for an entry-level camera with an affordable price tag. The differences on paper between the average compact camera and a camphone are not even that big. However, in practice, and when it comes to image quality, these differences do actually show. The compact Olympus FE-5020 is equipped with a 12 megapixel CCD sensor and a 5x optical wide-angle zoom lens.

• Read our full Olympus review.


Panasonic review : DMC-GF1


Dennis Hissink : 2009-11-30 00:20:00
Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF1 review : Micro Four Thirds is booming. Manufacturers like Panasonic regularly announce new products and accessories for the unique DSLR-alternative; the Micro Four Thirds System. At the time the system was first announced, expectations certainly ran high with regards to design and dimensions, but when we first saw the Panasonic Lumix G1, we were admittedly somewhat disappointed. Not so much because of the system, but rather because the similarity to the traditional digital SLR was still too strong. It turned out to be just a matter of time ...

• Read our full Panasonic review.


Ricoh CX1 : Digital camera review


Dennis Hissink : 2009-11-15 23:10:00
Ricoh CX1 review : Ricoh may not belong to the leading brands as far as sales numbers are concerned, but when it comes to innovations and originality; it certainly does. Ricoh manages to keep on surprising with remarkably unobtrusive cameras. A good example is the GR Digital series comprising of beautiful, small compact cameras with a fixed lens offering high quality and appealing to a large share of professionals. The new Ricoh CX1 aims at a different target group, yet in the same quirky way.

• Read our full Ricoh CX1 review.


Pentax review : K7 DSLR camera


Dennis Hissink : 2009-10-29 15:00:00
Pentax K7 review : The DSLR market is dominated by Nikon and Canon and they certainly keep an eye on each other. However, this is something that often proves to have a somewhat negative influence on the creativity of the manufacturers, as it generally means they lose a little bit of their daring. Fortunately however, there are also smaller brands such as Pentax. These smaller brands do not need to worry about whether or not they are number one. They just make cameras the way they think they should be. A little cocky at times, but that is only healthy. The Pentax K-7 is one of these cameras.

• Read our full Pentax review.


Nikon D3s review


Dennis Hissink : 2009-10-23 14:15:00
Nikon D3s test : November 2007, Nikon stunned the world of sports photography by introducing a Nikon DSLR offering features such as high ISO performance and an unbelievably accurate AF-precision. This Nikon D3 shook the Pro's world to its foundations, causing a large amount of professional photographers and media agencies to switch from major rival Canon to Nikon only shortly after. And now, two years later, I am holding the very successor to the D3 in my hands, to work with during a European Nikon Event, held in Scotland, St. Andrews. I am talking about the Nikon D3s, Nikon's solution for the sports photographer. A vastly improved SLR camera, thanks to the feedback that came from many professional photographers!


Olympus Mju 9000 review


Dennis Hissink : 2009-10-20 00:42:00
Olympus Mju 9000 review : The segment of mega zoom cameras with a compact size has always been dominated by Panasonic's TZ (Travel Zoom) series cameras. The other brands already offered a mega-zoom camera with 18x zoom and larger in their assortments, so why produce another similar camera in a compact size? However, it soon became clear that Panasonic had managed to hit the right string with its TZ-series, which finally prompted other brands, including Olympus, to come into action.

• Read our full Olympus Mju 9000 review.


Nikon D3000 review


Dennis Hissink : 2009-10-13 23:50:00
Nikon D3000 SLR camera review : The launch of the Nikon D3000 was inevitable. The arrival of the D5000 had made it clear that the possibility to bring out another model ranked slightly below was still wide open. And that exact space in that particular segment, that of the entry-level digital SLR, has now been filled with the availability of the Nikon D3000. This is also the end of the D60 era, as well as that of the D40x DSLR camera which had already vanished. The Nikon D3000 takes over the position of 'ultimate' entry-level SLR.

• Read our full Nikon D3000 review.


Canon camera reviews : IXUS 200 IS


Dennis Hissink : 2009-10-04 14:15:00
Canon IXUS 200 IS camera review : Canon aptly participates in the Megapixel race with the IXUS 200 IS. The small compact cameras already feature an extremely tiny image sensor, and to apply it with no less than 12 million pixels seems to be a contradiction. However, not as far as marketing is concerned; they seem all too happy to see high resolution figures pass by. Still, Canon is showing slight traces of change, although this does not (yet) apply to the Canon Digital IXUS 200 IS camera, but, who knows? Perhaps the next generation of IXUS cameras will await the same fate.

• Read our full Canon camera review.


Sony DSLR-A850 review


Dennis Hissink : 2009-10-03 15:10:00
Sony A850 SLR camera review : One year after Sony forced a price-breakthrough for full-frame DSLR cameras by introducing the Sony Alpha 900 at a sharp price, it seems that Sony is about to pull the very same trick again. The new Sony Alpha 850, introduced to the world on the eve of the IFA 2009 in Berlin, also comes with a very sharp price tag. Suspicious as we are, we still expect to find significant differences between the two Alpha DSLR cameras, and we are thus truly surprised when it appears that these differences are extremely marginal.

• Read our full Sony A850 review.


Nikon P90 review


Dennis Hissink : 2009-09-12 20:00:00
Nikon Coolpix P90 review : The Nikon P90 is one of the latest mega-zoom cameras from the Coolpix stable. On one hand, the mega-zoom camera finds itself under pressure, mainly due to the appearance of the entry-level digital SLR camera. On the other hand however, this type of camera still has the advantage of a compact size and light weight, combined with a large optical zoom range like the Nikon Coolpix P90 with its 24x zoom. The P90 is the successor to the Coolpix P80 and challenges the megazoom as well as the DSLR cameras, including Nikon's own line of digital SLR cameras.

• Read our full Nikon P90 review.


Canon EOS 7D preview


Dennis Hissink : 2009-09-06 14:00:00
Canon EOS 7D SLR camera review : For several years now, there have been rumors about a possible Canon EOS 7D introduction. Most of these were based on fiction; however, recently it became clear that certain features could very well become reality. We were offered the opportunity, even before the official introduction, to get acquainted with a new EOS DSLR camera, which indeed turned out to be the Canon EOS 7D. 18 Megapixel CMOS, two DIGIC-4 processors, an entirely redesigned AF system, 100% viewfinder with 1.0x magnification, improved Movie function, and a new LCD monitor, are just a few of the many enhancements and improvements of the Canon 7D camera. The first Canon EOS 7D camera delivery is expected in September.


Panasonic DMC-GF1 preview


Dennis Hissink : 2009-09-02 17:44:00
Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF1 preview : Besides Olympus, it is also Panasonic that focuses on the development of the Micro Four Thirds System. The Lumix G-generation consists of the world's first Micro Four Thirds camera, the G1, followed by the GH1, which incorporates a video function. The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF1 is a new addition to the Lumix G Micro System, and aims mainly at the advanced photographer. The entirely new design, far more compact and as well as more lightweight than before, ensures the GF1 really distinguishes itself from the masses. Weighing in at a mere 285 grams (body only), makes the Panasonic Lumix GF1 the world's lightest Micro Four Thirds camera so far. With this concept, Panasonic serves a large group of photographers primarily looking for a compact and light equivalent of their heavy (semi-) pro DSLR camera.


Panasonic GH1 review


Dennis Hissink : 2009-08-26 19:43:00
Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1 review : During the Photokina 2008 where visitors were able to meet the G1 for the first time, the attentive camera enthusiast could already sneak in a first glimpse of the GH1. A prototype was taking cover in the back of the booth. Due to the visible built-in stereo microphone, it soon became clear that we could expect something truly special from this type of Panasonic Micro Four Thirds system camera. Six months later, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1 was officially announced and became the world's first system camera with High Definition video and continuous AF support.

• Read our full Panasonic GH1 review.


Canon 500D review


Dennis Hissink : 2009-08-22 10:30:00
Canon EOS 500D SLR camera review : In a slight up-tempo, Canon has introduced a new digital SLR, the Canon EOS 500D. At this time, the Canon 500D is ranked in between several existing EOS cameras such as the 1000D / 450D and the EOS 50D. This is already the sixth generation EOS digital SLR camera since the EOS 300D was introduced in 2003. In the meantime, a lot has been improved and renewed, and looking back, it is impressive to see how much has changed in a short period of time, which has certainly added to the image quality.

• Read our full Canon 500D review.


Canon compact camera review


Dennis Hissink : 2009-08-19 13:02:00
Canon IXUS 110 IS compact camera review : Canon continues to be successful with its compact cameras, as it has been for many years now. One after the other camera is developed and introduced, often proving a leading factor for the rest of the digital camera market. Still, Canon must have noticed that the competition is fierce and that it is becoming gradually more difficult to stand out. Increasing the amount of pixels is no longer interesting; however, a new model does need a sales-push somehow.

• Read our full Canon IXUS 110 IS review.


Olympus DSLR review


Dennis Hissink : 2009-08-17 17:20:00
Olympus E-450 DSLR review : With the arrival of the Olympus E-450, the assortment of FourThirds DSLR cameras is enhanced once more. The Olympus E-450 is the successor to the E-420 and takes over the lead of being one of the world's most compact DSLR cameras. This fight is literally battled out over millimeters and milligrams and the competition is killing. Olympus is facing brands like Canon, Nikon, Pentax and Sony. Olympus does manage to stand out thanks to its FourThirds system, but to be honest, the differences are becoming smaller every day.

• Read our full Olympus DSLR review.


Camera review Olympus SP-590UZ


Dennis Hissink : 2009-08-16 15:01:00
Megazoom camera review Olympus SP-590UZ : At the beginning of this year, during the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Olympus introduced its new range of digital compact cameras. A well-known series comprising of various models, among which the Megazoom cameras, was replaced by a new generation. The Olympus SP series is already famous for its compact size and large zoom range. Yet, Olympus still knows how to improve the camera and remain a trendsetter with the new SP-590 UZ camera.

• Read our full camera review about the Olympus SP-590 UZ.


Olympus PEN camera review


Dennis Hissink : 2009-08-15 14:00:00
Olympus PEN system camera review : It's not an SLR camera, not a compact, but a PEN. This is the name Olympus gave their latest camera model, the E-P1. And it might just be the most discussed camera lately. During the Photokina 2008, the Micro Four Thirds camera from Olympus was already a hot topic. The mock-up that was showcased reminded of earlier times, some fifty years ago. It resembled a PEN, and everyone hoped that the camera would indeed turn out to look that way. This hope was fulfilled; as Olympus, contrary to Panasonic, opted for a unique design for the Micro Four Thirds System.

• Read our full Olympus PEN camera review.






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