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Wednesday, Feb 02, 2005

Fujifilm FinePix S3 Pro Review - LetsGoDigital

Feb 02, 2005 | Category: Canon

Fujifilm FinePix S3 ProThe Fujifilm FinePix S3 Pro’s image quality is convincing. A fine signal/noise ratio and beautiful colours offer a huge range of possibilities. The brightness is excellent and the colour edges are no problem. The extended dynamic range is obviously more than just an advertising stunt. It offers a solution in certain circumstances. The Fujifilm FinePix S3 Pro might not be that much better than for example the Canon EOS 20D or the Nikon D100 but it features its own special characteristics. It seems an exceptionally fine camera for portrait, wedding and nature photographers. Only, Fujifilm ought to change and improve the storage speed. That seems to be the one disappointment we found on this camera.

Resuming we can say that the Fujifilm FinePix Pro S3 is an excellent product, worth every penny! The camera is professional and offers sufficient possibilities. It is a camera you have to get accustomed with, but once you know this camera inside out, it proves to be a faithful companion. Third time lucky, we’d almost say!

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Fujifilm FinePix S3 Pro Review - bythom

Feb 02, 2005 | Category: Fujifilm FinePix S3 Pro

Fujifilm FinePix S3 ProWhile I wouldn’t take my drawbacks lightly, they do get knocked down a bit in importance when you consider the positives. The Fujifilm FinePix S3 Pro takes beautiful, color-saturated photos, and when used correctly can give any digital SLR that costs less than US$2495 a real run for the money. Yes, that means everything from the Nikon D70 to the Canon 20D. It’s only when you get to the pro bodies that the S3 Pro starts to suffer in comparisons, though even then its image quality holds up quite well. The S3 Pro loses a small bit in the resolution race, but not nearly as much as you might think; it performs about like an 8mp camera. In short, expect to produce good looking images out of this camera.

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Canon Digital Rebel XT / EOS 350D Review - The-Digital-Picture

Feb 02, 2005 | Category: Canon Digital Rebel XT / EOS 350D

Canon Digital Rebel XT / EOS 350DI think the Canon EOS 350D Digital Rebel XT is an excellent value. It will be the right camera for many people. And it may be the camera to meet Canon’s high Digital SLR sales projection.

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Tuesday, Feb 01, 2005

HP Photosmart R707 Review - Pocket-lint

Feb 01, 2005 | Category: HP Photosmart R707

HP Photosmart R707The HP Photosmart R707 offered fast start up, fast zoom and fast save times to the internal memory. The two complaints we have are firstly the save time to the SD card as it wasn’t very fast. Take three or four shots in succession and you’ll have a camera that is out of action for some time as the buffer works away to clear itself. Secondly, the flash can occasionally overcompensate. However, if you aren’t planning lots of action shots or those featuring you and your friends in dimly lit environments (like a nightclub and so on) then this offers plenty to the novice digital photographer looking to learn their first digital camera rather than just being confused all the time.

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Casio Exilim Pro EX-P505 Review - PC Magazine

Feb 01, 2005 | Category: Casio Exilim Pro EX-P505

Casio Exilim Pro EX-P505The Casio Exilim EX-P505 represents a new class of camera that we call hybrids, which combine a full-fledged digital still camera and a digital camcorder. (Check out the preview of Sony’s entry, the DSC-M1, and look for a review soon.) These cameras attempt to change the way we look at both kinds of devices. Though we’ve seen still cameras that can shoot video and camcorders that can shoot stills for quite some time, these new models are intended to be dual-function devices to a much greater extent. For instance, some still cameras can shoot video to the capacity of their memory cards, but a key characteristic of hybrids is the ability to zoom and refocus while shooting video, just like a camcorder, and most hybrids will also have a variety of special modes that take advantage of that they serve as both types of cameras. Although you might not want to get rid of your camcorder just yet, the EX-P505 hybrid can do both video and stills well, taking 5-megapixel photos and 640-by-480 MPEG-4 videos.

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