Konica Minolta 5D - Anti-Shake|
According to Joshua Waller, editor of the DigiCamReview web site: "You can fit a decent number of images on a 512mb memory card - a large memory card is definitely recommended, unless you want to use the lower image sizes / higher compression options in order to fit more pictures in memory. There is a good choice of image sizes, and a good choice regarding image compression. The camera is very quick to switch on and take photos, being ready in roughly one second."
Konica Minolta Dynax 5D - Exposure
For even greater convenience and ease of use, the Dynax 5D camera includes an Digital Subject Program Selector, which automatically designates an optimum exposure and image-processing program for five commonly used photo scenes. The Konica Minolta 5D also offers a comprehensive range of easy-to-use functions that allow precision adjustments of all camera settings whatever the shooting situation. While high-performance functions satisfy the demanding and creative techniques of photography enthusiasts, the camera has at its core ease of use and simple operation with a basic level of control that makes it ideal even for novice users.
Maxxum 5D - DigiCamReview conclusion
Joshua Waller continues: "The modes are easy to access, quick and simple, mainly thanks to the right number of dials and buttons on the camera (the options aren't hidden away in menus which makes it easier to use). Noise levels are very very low upto ISO400, and at ISO800, they are still low. At ISO1600 noise is quite low but noticeable. There was good detail, although some images were slightly soft. I couldn't find any purple fringing or vignetting in the photos I took, impressive! Exposure was generally good, however I often had to adjust exposure compensation manually to ensure correct exposure, pictures with bright sky often left the landscape dark." You want to learn more about the latest Konica Minolta D-SLR camera? Continue to read the Konica Minolta Dynax 5D review at DigiCamReview!