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Steve's Digicams: review of HP Photosmart R707
Dennis Hissink : July 1st 2004 - 02:44 CET
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Steve's DigicamsIntroduced at the PMA 2004 event in Las Vegas and the first of the new series; the HP Photosmart R707 camera. Our good friend Steve from the US based website Steve's Digicams has published his review of this stylish designed HP camera. It features HP Real life technologies that include: HP Adaptive Lighting technology, which automatically adjusts high-contrast photos to bring faces out of shadows and details out of backgrounds, and a new image engine which provides higher image quality and feature flexibility. This image engine, based on Texas Instruments' digital media processing technology is the power behind HP Real Life technologies, translating what the photographer's eye sees into the image captured.
Steve's Digicams: review of HP Photosmart R707According to Steve: "Ergonomically the PhotoSmart R707 is very well designed. Its controls are well placed and functional, the menu system is legible and logically organized, and with your hand wrapped around the handgrip, your thumb falls naturally between the 4-way selector and the zoom controls.", "I was impressed with the R707's shooting performance. From power up to first image captured averaged about 4.5 seconds. Shutter lag (time from pressing the shutter release to actually capturing the image) measured about 1/10 of a second when pre-focused and 6/10 of a second including auto focus. Using single exposure mode, the shot-to-shot time averaged about 1.2 seconds between frames without the use of the flash and about 1.8 seconds with the flash.", and "Outdoors, the camera does very well, and its 3x optical zoom lens produces sharp results through out its range. The majority of our test shots were well exposed, and colors were nicely saturated?"

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