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Tuesday, Feb 01, 2005

Nikon Coolpix 8800 Review - LetsGoDigital

Feb 01, 2005 | Category: Nikon Coolpix 8800

Nikon Coolpix 8800That brings us to the final conclusion that the owner of a Nikon Coolpix 8800 digital camera can call himself lucky to be in possession of a high quality versatile digital camera. A camera that makes it possible to shoot images just like you had them in mind. The user’s skills will finally determine the level of the Coolpix 8800. The starter and advanced user have a perfect tool at their disposal at which features like the VR (Vibration Reduction), the high quality zoom lens and the vary-angle monitor are at the base of it. There are no marginal notes to mention of a camera with so many possibilities. The Coolpix 8800 is a true power monster and in that respect also a competitor for cameras like the Nikon D70, Nikon’s entry-level digital reflex camera. In short, a high resolution digital camera which is worth every penny, a real winner!

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Konica Minolta MAXXUM 7D / Dynax 7D Review - Imaging Resource

Feb 01, 2005 | Category: Konica Minolta MAXXUM 7D / Dynax 7D

Konica Minolta MAXXUM 7D / Dynax 7DFor Maxxum fans, the new Konica Minolta MAXXUM 7D / Dynax 7D will seem immediately familiar and comfortable, as many of its operating controls are carried forward from previous Maxxum film models. The Konica Minolta Maxxum 7D is a true digital SLR though, aimed at professionals and experienced amateurs serious about digital photography. As noted, the camera’s wealth of external exposure controls and overall styling match those of earlier Maxxum designs, so many users will immediately feel at home. The Maxxum 7D offers a 6.1-megapixel sensor yielding images as large as 3,008 x 2,000 pixels. In a market increasingly crowded with “me-too” models though, the Konica Minolta Maxxum 7D stands out, thanks to one of its unique body-based anti-shake technology. This one feature adds tremendous value, effectively turning family of high-end DiMAGE digicams brought professional camera design to the consumer, marrying the benefits of full exposure control with the ease of automatic and preset shooting modes. Models like the DiMAGE 7 series and the A2 presented pro-level control over the full image (from exposure to attributes such as sharpness, contrast, etc.), but in a package that appealed to experienced amateurs and novices alike, without compromising quality or performance.

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Canon Powershot A520 Review

Feb 01, 2005 | Category: Canon Powershot A520

Canon Powershot A520Canon continues PowerShot A-series upgrade with the Feature-packed Canon Powershot A520

Canon, leader in photographic and imaging technology, is pleased to announce the launch of the 4x optical zoom PowerShot A520 – big brother to the recently released PowerShot A510. The super compact 4.0 Megapixel PowerShot is smaller than many 3x zoom cameras and features 20 shooting modes, VGA movies, a powerful zoom flash, extended direct print functions, plus an optional waterproof case and adaptor lenses.
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Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W5 Review

Feb 01, 2005 | Category: Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W5

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W5Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W5 compact digital camera combines ease of use with high quality and traditional design

Sony’s new Cyber-shot W5 is a 5.1 effective Megapixel model featuring a large 2.5-inch LCD display, durable aluminium casing in a traditional design, considerable STAMINA, Carl Zeiss zoom lens and a focus on ease of use
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