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Dennis Hissink : July 8th 2004 - 02:31 CET

Imaging Resource: review Konica Minolta DiMAGE Z2


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Imaging-ResourceOur friends at Imaging Resource published one of their in-depth reviews. One of their latest reviews is about the Konica Minolta DiMAGE Z2 camera. This camera was introduced during the PMA 2004 show in Las Vegas. The DiMAGE Z2 is the second in a series of easy-to-use SLR-type digital cameras and a step up from the DiMAGE Z1. The DiMAGE Z2 also boasts the Rapid AF (Auto focus) and is now offering world's first SVGA (800x600 pixels) movie recording option. The addition of a Predictive Focus Control has increased the speed of the AF function. With its 4-megapixel resolution, the DiMAGE Z2 will appeal to users with a slightly more developed appreciation of high-resolution photography.
Imaging Resource: review Konica Minolta DiMAGE Z2According to Imaging Resource: "I mentioned the unusual design of the Z2's EVF earlier, that uses the same LCD screen as for the rear-panel display. Despite its odd design, the scheme seems to work pretty well, as the EVF is bright and has pretty good resolution. My one complaint about it is that the eyepiece optics have a rather low eye point, which means that eyeglass wearers will find themselves pressing the viewfinder eyepiece tightly against the lenses of their glasses, in order to see the full frame.", "The Z2 produced good colour throughout my testing, although its auto white balance tended to leave a slight warm cast in the images, and it was a little prone to oversaturation, particularly with red tones.", and "All in all, there's very little to fault about the Z2?"

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