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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.






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