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Saturday, Jun 25, 2005

Canon Powershot A520 Review - Photoxels

Jun 25, 2005 | Category: Canon Powershot A520

Canon Powershot A520The Canon PowerShot A520 is an attractive, compact and affordable digital camera perfect for an aspiring photographer. It improves upon the hugely popular PowerShot A85 with 4 megapixel resolution and 4x optical zoom. It has the image quality Canon is famous for, its 4.0 megapixels resolution allows 11×14 in. prints, and, more importantly, it provides the features and exposure flexibility that allow a beginner amateur photographer to start with point-and-shoot simplicity and then switch to the other exposure control modes to experiment, learn and grow in digital photography.

The Canon PowerShot A520 can be used as a point-and-shoot camera in Auto or Program AE mode, but it’s attractiveness lies in the flexible exposure control it allows: Shutter-Priority, Aperture-Priority, full Manual, plus easy to use scene (Image Zone) modes. Operation is fast and control is intuitive.

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Friday, Jun 24, 2005

Konica Minolta MAXXUM 7D / Dynax 7D Review - CNET Reviews

Jun 24, 2005 | Category: Konica Minolta MAXXUM 7D / Dynax 7D

Konica Minolta MAXXUM 7D / Dynax 7DThe long-awaited Konica Minolta Maxxum 7D gives the Minolta faithful the modern, Maxxum system-compatible digital SLR (dSLR) they’ve been craving. Its 6-megapixel CCD and midlevel feature set look somewhat old hat at this writing, but the camera’s Anti-Shake mechanism, which continuously repositions the CCD to counteract blur caused by camera movement, is unique among dSLRs. Strong performance and thoughtful design round out this decent-shooting camera, which deserves a look from any entry- to midlevel dSLR buyer but especially from those who already own a Maxxum lens or two.

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Casio Exilim EX-S500 Review - PC Magazine

Jun 24, 2005 | Category: Casio Exilim EX-S500

Casio Exilim EX-S500With its super-slim body, light weight, versatility, and excellent picture quality, the 5-megapixel Casio Exilim EX-S500 is a camera you can carry everywhere. What’s more, the hot colors and “electrical coating” ensure you’ll take it out of your pocket as often as possible to show it off (and maybe shoot some photos, too). It doesn’t dethrone our Editors’ Choice, the 4-megapixel Canon PowerShot SD300 Digital Elph, but it certainly comes close.

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Sony Cyber-shot DSC-H1 Review - Megapixel.net

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

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-H1The Sony DSC-H1 is a very pleasant camera to hold and manipulate. It has a very conventional ergonomic design, which allows it to become familiar quickly, and external controls that are well-positioned and very responsive.

The H1’s large 2.5-inch monitor makes it possible to visualize the shot clearly and, should the ambient light be too strong to make the monitor comfortable, the EVF ensures a view that is as detailed but protected from any external light, while still able to show complete camera setting information.

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Pentax *ist DS Review - PhotographyBLOG

Jun 24, 2005 | Category: Pentax *ist DS

Pentax *ist DSThe Pentax *ist DS is an entry-level 6 megapixel digital SLR that is also one of the smallest and lightest DSLRs currently available. Highlights of the Pentax *ist DS include a large 2 inch LCD screen, 11 point auto-focus system, interchangeability with a wide selection of existing Pentax lenses and a range of different picture modes for beginners and experienced photographers alike. At a current street price around £650 / $850 / €850 with the Pentax DA 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 AL lens, the *ist DS represents Pentax’s attempt to capture a slice of the entry-level DSLR market, and is subsequently competing with the likes of the Canon EOS 350D, Nikon D70s and Olympus E-300. Pentax themselves have recently announced an even cheaper version, the *ist DL.

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