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Camera reviews : Samsung NX10


Dennis Hissink : 2010-07-07 15:20:00
Samsung NX10 digital system camera review : Samsung makes a lot of stuff, including cameras. In the past, they were actually Pentax clones. At least on the outside they were clones, because Samsung has made sensors for a longer period of time. If you only make clones, you will not be taken very seriously as a camera manufacturer. So Samsung developed its own model. It has a few similarities to previous models. Despite the fact that you can change the lenses on the Samsung NX10, it is not even a digital SLR camera.

• Read our full Samsung NX10 review.


Canon camera reviews


Dennis Hissink : 2010-07-02 12:45:00
Canon IXUS 300 HS camera review : The Canon IXUS camera series is made up of quite a few generations. Canon frequently introduces its design cameras that are especially aimed at the trendy amateur photographer. Now and then a camera turns out to not only be designed stylishly, but also to be progressive in the technical sense. The past generations were each equipped with diverse innovative functions, but it did not make the difference with the competition any clearer. The Canon IXUS 300 HS is a 10 Megapixel camera with 3.8x optical zoom. So far, nothing much is revealed.

• Read our full Canon camera review.


Sony Cyber-Shot review


Dennis Hissink : 2010-06-28 15:15:00
Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-HX5 review : Although its appearance doesn’t betray it, the Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-HX5 is unique in its kind. In the first place, the Sony HX5 distinguishes itself with its image sensor. While 99% of compact cameras are equipped with a standard CCD sensor, the Sony DSC-HX5 is equipped with a so-called back-illuminated CMOS sensor. Additionally, this compact camera has a 10x optical zoom lens with a 25m wide angle, optical SteadyShot, AVCHD Full HD video (1920x1080 pixels) and the impressively performing Sweep Panorama function.

• Read our full Sony CyberShot DSC-HX5 review.


Olympus digital camera review


Dennis Hissink : 2010-06-24 13:00:00
Olympus Mju 9010 digital camera review : Olympus Mju 9010’s compact design does not betray its optical zoom performance. That is precisely this mega zoom camera’s spearhead. It is small and light enough to put in your pocket and it is equipped with a large focal range with which you can achieve large distances. Competitor Panasonic has had much success and received much praise in the past few years with their version of the mega zoom camera, so it was not surprising that the other manufacturers have also added to this popular segment.

• Read our full Olympus Mju 9010 review.


Casio Exilim review


Dennis Hissink : 2010-06-23 11:45:00
Casio Exilim EX-FH100 Photo Gallery : Speed is an important part of Casio strategy. For sure fast shooting in the segment of digital compact cameras has been dominated by Casio for years. In the meantime, however, the completion woke up and specialized itself also into action photography and Hi-Speed shooting. The Casio Exilim EX-FH100 is equipped with a 10x wide angle optical zoom lens and a 10.1 Megapixel sensor. The Casio Exilim camera features high-speed image processing technology which is in favor of speed and image quality. The compactness of the Casio Exilim EX-FH100 is perfect to carry the camera with you all the time. The impressive Hi-Speed mode supports a maximum burst rate of 40 shots per second for still images.


Sony NEX review


Dennis Hissink : 2010-05-31 00:10:00
Sony NEX-5 system camera review : Following Panasonic, Olympus and Samsung, Sony has also joined the road of the small system cameras. The interest in such compact camera systems is big, but strangely enough, the answer to this success was a long time coming by big names such as Canon, Nikon and Sony. We had to wait until the start of this year, when Sony showed the press a prototype camera, and then we knew that also Sony had joined the party. The expectations of what Sony was to produce were also big; in any case, it had to make us forget about the previous small camera systems.

• Read our full Sony NEX review.


Panasonic DMC-TZ10 review


Dennis Hissink : 2010-05-26 09:40:00
Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ10 review : Panasonic has had a lot of success with its TZ-series, and if it’s up to Panasonic, this success will last a little while longer. The new Panasonic Lumix TZ10 is the newest camera in the TZ-series, this time with built-in GPS. Strangely enough, GPS is only slowly being included as a standard specification by the camera manufacturers. Smartphones and GPS are slowly becoming the standard in mobile phones, but many interesting solutions can also be imagined for the camera in which GPS plays a role.

• Read our full Panasonic TZ10 review.


Olympus camera review


Ilse Jurriën : 2010-05-20 11:00:00
Olympus SP-600UZ photo gallery : The Olympus SP-600UZ is a 12 Megapixels megazoom digital camera with an impressive wide optical zoom covering a 28-840mm focal length. Time for our team to test how the Olympus SP-600 UZ performs in the field. There are more digital megazoom cameras from the competition and the differences between camera specifications become smaller and smaller by the generation. There are some features where the Olympus SP-600UZ camera divides itself from the competition, although they are small. The Olympus megazoom camera features an internal memory of 1GB that gives you some extra freedom to capture some extra shots or carry your favorite moments always with you.


Sony CyberShot review


Mark Peters : 2010-05-17 18:20:00
Sony CyberShot DSC-HX5 photo gallery : The Sony CyberShot HX5 is a small digital camera equipped with the newest technologies that the current Sony Cybershot generation cameras have. The Sony CyberShot DSC-HX5 is equipped with GPS and compass functionality, a feature that we strangely enough see only rarely in a digital camera. This is already a standard specification in modern smartphones, but digital SLR and compact cameras have yet to discover GPS. There are some glitches to it, such as interference in the LCD display and the image sensor, and those are components that you obviously really need. Sony has managed to avoid these impediments, making the Sony Cybershot DSC-HX5 digital camera pretty unique.


Sony NEX-5 review


Dennis Hissink : 2010-05-12 10:10:00
Sony NEX-5 review : Since the introduction of the Micro Four Thirds System, changes have been taking place on the DSLR market. A couple of manufacturers, Olympus and Panasonic, have set out a new course, which has obviously become a hit with the consumers. There is a lot of enthusiasm for Micro Four Thirds, causing others to also assign their R&D department to create a similar concept. Including Sony, who has been making headway since 2006 with their Alpha DSLR system, also sees a future in the small format system camera. During the European launch in Croatia, we were witness to Sony’s answer to the Micro Four Thirds System. The introduction of the Sony NEX-5 and Sony NEX-3 Alpha is now a fact.


Olympus Mju 9010 review


Mark Peters : 2010-05-05 23:50:00
Olympus Mju 9010 review : The Olympus Mju 9010 megazoom camera is the successor to the Olympus Mju 9000, but it is also an answer to what the competition offers in terms of digital megazoom cameras. The dimensions of the Olympus Mju 9010 camera are compact, especially for a camera with a 10x wide-angle zoom lens. The Olympus Mju camera’s weight has also been kept to a minimum, so that this combination can be carried with you without a problem. That is also, in a nutshell, the strength of a megazoom camera such as the Olympus Mju 9010. A large zoom range, supported by a double image stabilizer, 14 Megapixels and a great variety of automatic programs so that you can easily, but creatively, practice photography.


Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ10 review


Dennis Hissink : 2010-05-03 10:45:00
Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ10 photo gallery : The Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ10 is the most recent top model from the series of ‘Traveler Zoom’ cameras. The compact dimensions in combination with an impressively large optical zoom range give the photographer unprecedented freedom in digital photography. The entry level photographer experiences the intelligent automatic programs provided with the iA button, but also the experienced photographer that is looking for an extra camera will be able to live it up with the Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ10. P/S/A/M modes with a number of possibilities in settings lead the way to creative photography. The Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ10 camera is also equipped with a new Power O.I.S. optical stabilization system.


Olympus PEN E-PL1 review


Dennis Hissink : 2010-04-30 01:34:38
Olympus PEN E-PL1 system camera review : Olympus has a lot of confidence in the Micro Four Thirds System. Within a short time after the introduction of the first digital PEN, Olympus has already introduced two new models. The first one was the more luxurious E-P2, and the second one is a model for the regular consumer, the Olympus E-PL1. At first, the three models seem to resemble each other, but when we compare the camera specifications, the differences between the three become clearer.

• Read our full Olympus E-PL1 review.


Canon 550D review


Mark Peters : 2010-04-04 23:10:00
Canon 550D quick review : Recording with a digital SLR camera is becoming more and more popular. We already know the possibility of recording video clips with a compact camera, but the possibility to do this in a higher quality with a DSLR camera is fairly new. Canon has recently launched the EOS 550D, a DSLR camera with video function. The Canon 550D is an advanced amateur DSLR, but with the same video function as we saw in the semi-professional EOS 7D. Recording in 1080p with 24 bps (or 25 and 30 bps) is easily possible with the Canon EOS 550D. Additionally, you can also simply record in 720p video quality with the Canon 550D digital SLR camera and with variable image speed (50 or 60 bps).


Panasonic DMC-G2 review


Ilse Jurriën : 2010-03-09 23:35:00
Panasonic Lumix DMC-G2 review : A year and a half ago, during the Photokina 2008, Panasonic introduced the DMC-G1. It was then the world’s first camera based on the Micro Four Thirds System, which was set up by Panasonic and Olympus. This is a system with a lot of potential, which was evident in its first model, and became even stronger with the introduction of the DMC-GF1 a year later. Although Panasonic together with Olympus have created the Micro Four Thirds System, the products are developed separately. This is evident as there are many differences between the products that the two brands introduce. With the introduction of the new Panasonic Lumix DMC-G2, this is already a fourth model.


Panasonic DMC-G10 review


Ilse Jurriën : 2010-03-09 23:32:00
Panasonic Lumix DMC-G10 review : The Panasonic Lumix G10 is one of the lightest cameras in the world, and according to Panasonic it has the lightest body. The Panasonic G10 is expected to be the answer to this year's most emphasized requirement, namely a decrease in prices due to more competition from manufacturers such as Olympus, Samsung and Sony. The latter has recently clarified its strategy during the CES, with respect to system cameras, and the general expectation is that the first Sony system cameras will be introduced around the time of the Photokina 2010 in September. The Panasonic Lumix G10 is very similar to the G2, but it has a few lesser specifications.


Nikon D3s review


Dennis Hissink : 2010-02-08 01:00:00
Nikon D3s digital SLR camera test : For a long time, Nikon users had been eyeing Canon with a slight degree of envy. Canon’s top models suffer less from noise. As a result, a group of photographers actually made the switch to Canon. That is; until Nikon introduced the D3. Thanks to this camera, Nikon regained the position that had been theirs for so long: at the top of the list, and first choice for most photo journalists. The D3 performs very well at high ISOs, is fast and has a great autofocus. There is not much to comment about the Nikon D3, however, Nikon has yet again updated the model to the Nikon D3s.

• Read our full Nikon D3s review.






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