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Wednesday, Oct 18, 2006

Kodak Easyshare V705 Review - Digital Camera Review

Oct 18, 2006 | Category: Kodak Easyshare V705

The Kodak Easyshare V705 is a good camera for a snapshot type photographer who would like (or need) a wide angle lens (real estate agents, panorama afcionados).

The camera is a nice size, looks fun, and is easy to whip out of a pocket or purse to capture the spur of the moment shot. The ultra-wide angle lens is impressive and a great feature to have in a camera of this size. By including the fun panorama assist feature, Kodak has given the photographer a lot of flexibility for fun landscape or cityscape shots.

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Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ50K Review - Camera Labs

Oct 18, 2006 | Category: Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ50K

We’re still awarding the Panasonic Lumic DMC- FZ50K our Recommended rating simply because despite its problems, it remains one of the best super-zooms around and is available at a compelling price.

The zoom range is massive, the optical quality of a very high standard, and thanks to effective stabilisation, it’s quite possible to shoot static subjects under low light at 100 ISO and enjoy excellent results. And remember it’s smaller, lighter and cheaper than most DSLRs while thrashing kit lenses in terms of range, quality and stabilisation, not to mention having no worries over dust. In these respects it’s a great camera, but don’t kid yourself you’ve got 10 Megapixel quality at anything other than the lowest sensitivities.

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Casio Exilim EX-Z700 Review - ThinkCamera Reviews

Oct 18, 2006 | Category: Casio Exilim EX-Z700

This is going to come as no real surprise - Casio get another Editor’s Choice for the Casio Exilim Ex-Z700.

It does everything that the Casio Exilim EX-Z600 does with more pixels and a couple of new tricks. Low light shooting isn’t quite as good but it’s still better than 90% of the cameras we test so I’ll let that one slide. Online prices go all the way up to £250 but shop hard and you should get the camera and some memory for less than £200 which makes it a great buy.

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Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ1 Review - ThinkCamera

Oct 18, 2006 | Category: Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ1

When Panasonic called the Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ1 a “Travel Zoom” it described it perfectly. The camera can perform well at both the Wide and Tele end of the scale, allowing you to capture both portrait and landscape shots of the places you visit, and the sturdiness of the camera means you can use the camera without a big fear of it breaking in a bag or if you drop it - although I wouldn’t try it.

Picture quality is reasonable but not outstanding, with the lens being let down somewhat by the sensor, but it is good enough for any situation.

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Nikon D80 Review - Megapixel

Oct 18, 2006 | Category: Nikon D80

The Nikon D80 is an important step beyond the Nikon D70, and is an excellent alternative to the more expensive Nikon D200.

Compared to its predecessor, the D80’s autofocus is much faster, its sensitivity range is greater and it is equipped with a 2.5-inch LCD monitor. Just as important, the 10.2-megapixel resolution of the D80 allows it to capture even finer details than had been possible with the D70.

Last but not least, the D80 can be mated to a vertical grip that supports a second shutter release for vertical shots, something that was unavailable on the D70.

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