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Friday, Jun 23, 2006

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W70 Review - Cameras.co.uk

Jun 23, 2006 | Category: Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W70

The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W70 is a relatively straightforward digital camera.

It is small enough to slip into a pocket and can be carried anywhere with you. It has seven megapixels and a 3x optical zoom lens. The DSC W70 is ideal for holiday snaps and all the usual photo opportunities you find at family get togethers and various social functions.

The Sony DSC W70 is a sensibly priced pocket sized digital camera. There are a lot of plus points about the camera. These include picture quality and ease of use. The camera also has a pleasant, simple design. Definitely worth a close look.

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Fujifilm FinePix F30 Review - NeoCamera

Jun 23, 2006 | Category: Fujifilm FinePix F30

The Fujifilm FinePix F30 is an exceptional ultra-compact digital camera which delivers high-quality images with incredibly low image noise. This is the first non-SLR to produce usable images up to ISO 3200, enabling new photographic opportunities.

Even more than its predecessor, the F30 is a great camera for indoor photographs due to its high-ISO capabalities, its ultra-compact size and very durable battery life.

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Samsung Digimax GX 1S Review - DCRP

Jun 23, 2006 | Category: Samsung Digimax GX 1S

While the Samsung Digimax GX 1S is the smallest D-SLR on the market, it doesn’t feel too small, like the Canon Rebel XT / EOS 350D. Build quality is very good, not feeling cheap at all (again, like the Rebel XT). The large right hand grip makes the camera easy to hold, and the important controls are right where you’d expect them.

The GX-1S supports Pentax K-AF lenses (Samsung has put their name on a few of them), which isn’t surprising, as this camera is the Pentax *ist DS2. The camera has a large, high resolution LCD display plus an LCD info display on top of the camera. Unfortunately, this latter LCD lacks a backlight, making it impossible to see in low light. The optical viewfinder is large and bright, and it shows 95% of the frame.

Being a digital SLR, all kinds of add-ons are available, and you can use accessories from both Pentax and Samsung. The GX-1S also gets points for being one of the few D-SLRs that uses AA batteries.

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Nikon D200 DSLR Review - Trusted Reviews

Jun 23, 2006 | Category: Nikon D200

The Nikon D200 plugs a wide gap in Nikon’s DSLR range, and provides a bridge between the consumer-oriented Nikon D50, Nikon D70 and venerable Nikon D100, and the giddy heights of the Nikon D2x and Nikon D2h.

It is big, heavy and expensive, but it provides the kind of build quality and performance that the serious amateur or semi-professional will be looking for. The lack of in-camera processing control is surprising, but with the right RAW conversion software it can produce truly stunning results.

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Acer CP-8660 Reviews - Trusted Reviews

Jun 23, 2006 | Category: Acer CP-8660

Picture quality is of course the most important criteria, and here the Acer CP-8660 can provide good results under the right circumstances.

Colour rendition is very natural, and in good light and normal conditions the exposure system produces generally nice shots. Oddly the ‘vivid’ colour mode didn’t appear to make any difference to colour rendition at all.

The CP-8660 is, as I said at the start, an audacious camera but as it turns out, overly so. It does offer a unique combination of features but performance is slow and the anti-shake system is largely ineffective. However, picture quality is generally adequate and the 6x zoom range is very useful. The problem is that there are better cameras on the market that can beat it in every respect, and for about the same price.

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