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Friday, Feb 25, 2005

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T33 Review - DCRP

Feb 25, 2005 | Category: Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T33

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T33The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T33, like its predecessor, is best suited for outdoor photos, where it does a very good job. Indoor photos will leave much to be desired, thanks to a weak flash, lots of redeye, and an LCD which is too dark to see in those conditions. The T33 is a very stylish, ultra-thin metal camera that will attract attention wherever it goes. The design changes since the T1 are for the better: no more sliding door on the front, and the LCD is now much more usable outdoors. Like with the T1, you need to keep an eye on your fingers, as they can easily block the lens, flash, or microphone. Photo quality on the T33 is generally good, though images could definitely be sharper (this seems to be a common issue with cameras that use this lens design). Camera performance is excellent. The T33 starts up quickly, focuses quickly (even in low light), there’s no shutter lag, and shot-to-shot speeds are superb. The camera is 100% point-and-shoot, with no real manual controls to be found. Other nice features include a 1 cm macro mode, a first rate VGA movie mode, and support for USB 2.0 High Speed.

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Canon IXUS 40 / Powershot SD300 Review - Megapixel.net

Feb 25, 2005 | Category: Canon IXUS 40 / Powershot SD300

Canon IXUS 40 / Powershot SD300Sleek, thin, smooth, and featuring a comparatively large 2-inch LCD monitor and an optical viewfinder, the Canon IXUS 40 / Powershot SD300 offers a slimmer design than most other Digital Elph/Ixus cameras to date. The SD300, a 4 megapixel model and probably the thinnest digital camera produced by Canon so far, packs a 3X optical zoom and yet has a thickness of 20.7mm (0.82 inch) when the lens is retracted. Completely metal clad, the SD300 is composed of a mix of textures and chrome finishes that gives it a classy appearance.

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Konica Minolta DiMAGE Z3 Review - Cameras.co.uk

Feb 25, 2005 | Category: Konica Minolta DiMAGE Z3

Konica Minolta DiMAGE Z3The Konica Minolta Dimage Z3 is a four megapixel digital camera with a 12x optical zoom lens. At the time of this review, February 2005, this is the longest optical zoom lens available on a compact digital camera.

Coupled with a comprehensive set of features the Dimage Z3 is likely to appeal to someone who is fairly serious about photography and is looking for more than a simple point and shoot model.

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Thursday, Feb 24, 2005

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-H1 Review

Feb 24, 2005 | Category: Sony Cyber-shot DSC-H1

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-H112x Optical Zoom digital still camera with Super Steady Shot

The new Sony Cyber-shot H1 is the first Sony digital still camera to combine a 12x Optical zoom lens with a Super Steady Shot optical image stabiliser, 5.1 effective Megapixel resolution, a large 2.5-inch LCD screen, fast response and full manual exposure control.

Get up close
Far off subjects pose no problem to the new super strength 12x Optical Zoom lens on the Sony Cyber-shot H1. This superb Sony lens is capable of bringing up the furthest objects in pin sharp detail, but can also handle those nearest to the camera too, thanks to its 2cm Macro function. The remarkable Sony unique Super Steady Shot ensures shots are rock solid, even at the furthest zoom ratio. A 5.1 effective Megapixel resolution Super HAD CCD matches the high optical strength, so not only do you have a large zoom with this model, you’ll have the option for larger prints too. The Sony Real Imaging Processor further enhances the shooting experience, keeping pictures sharp, colours real, ensuring an extremely rapid camera operation, and long STAMINA battery life. For even further subjects a 24x Precision Digital Zoom is on hand, as well as an astonishing 48x Smart Zoom in VGA mode.
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Kodak Easyshare Z730 Review

Feb 24, 2005 | Category: Kodak Easyshare Z730

Kodak Easyshare Z730Deliver Greater Picture Range via Extended Zoom. Z-Series Designed to Bring Everyday Picture Takers Closer to their Subjects

Eastman Kodak Company today announced two additions to the new line of KODAK EASYSHARE Z-Series digital cameras, which now features four models with extended optical zoom lenses up to 10X. The KODAK EASYSHARE Z-Series cameras help everyday picture takers get closer, better, more creative shots.

The new KODAK EASYSHARE Z7590 (10X optical zoom, 5 megapixel resolution) and Kodak Easyshare Z730 (4X optical zoom, 5 megapixel resolution) digital cameras combine fast-performing, point-and-shoot flexibility with the photographic control achieved through extended optical zoom lenses. They join the previously announced EASYSHARE Z740 and Z700 cameras, which are now shipping.
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