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Wednesday, Oct 18, 2006

Pentax Optio W10 Review - Lets Go Digital

Oct 18, 2006 | Category: Pentax Optio W10

Not only did we test the Pentax Optio W10 above the water, we have also submitted it to a fair share of underwater testing. It should be said that the water-proof housing adds a large, indisputable surplus value to the camera. The quality of the images proves excellent, and even the underwater shots generally suffice.

The Pentax Optio W10 is a camera that will appeal to a large audience. Moreover, it will prove right up the alley of those who love water sports. Photographing both in and around the water is very enjoyable indeed, and allows you to capture shots you normally wouldn’t dare dream of, considering the risk of damage to the camera.

The Pentax Optio W10 is a very attractive camera, and will undoubtedly be the perfect holiday companion. A camera that ensures truly effortless, trouble-free photography; a successful concept!

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Canon IXUS 850 IS Review - TrustedReviews

Oct 18, 2006 | Category: Canon IXUS 850 IS

The Canon IXUS 850 IS combines every piece of cutting edge technology currently available in the digital camera market into one beautifully made high-performance package, and tops it off with superb image quality.

It’s an expensive luxury gadget, but if you really want the best then you should expect to pay a little extra for it.

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Tuesday, Oct 17, 2006

Fujifilm FinePix F20 Review - PhotographyBLOG

Oct 17, 2006 | Category: Fujifilm FinePix F20

In not placing so many demands on performance, chiefly not unduly overstretching itself (and its SR chip) as regards ISO, Fujifilm has delivered a minor triumph.

Though of course you’re going to lose detail shooting above ISO 800, I was also surprised how much was retained. Any unusable images were due more to camera shake, and resultant image blur, than image noise, which is perhaps one area that Fujifilm has yet to adequately address. Though ISO 2000 is less of a headline grabber than the FinePix F30’s ISO 3200, I think the Fujifilm Finepix F20 is a better camera for it.

To sum up, a recommendation and certainly one of the most successful marriages of price to performance I’ve seen in recent months. It’s well built, feels sturdy enough to withstand a few knocks and suggests itself as another reliable option for a back up point-and-shoot camera on those occasions when taking a consumer-level DSLR out is both impractical and inadvisable.

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Monday, Oct 16, 2006

Kodak Easyshare V603 Review - Digital Camera Review

Oct 16, 2006 | Category: Kodak Easyshare V603

The Kodak Easyshare V603 is a stylish, capable camera. Kodak has a done a good job of improving the usability of the controls while keeping the camera’s style. Also improved is the operation speed of the camera — with minimal shutter lag and good cycle time.

The image quality of the camera is good, with a slight tendency to overexpose. Kodak works pretty hard to make it easy to take pictures, so along with the easy camera operation, it can also plug right into their Easyshare printers to print out your Kodak moments.

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Sunday, Oct 15, 2006

Kodak Easyshare Z710 Review - CNET

Oct 15, 2006 | Category: Kodak Easyshare Z710

The Kodak Easyshare Z710’s image quality was neither bad nor impressive in our tests. As usual, colors were accurate and adequately saturated.

At lower ISOs, the camera was able to capture oodles of detail; we were even able to discern the individual hairs on the plush ape in our test scene. The camera’s high-quality lens no doubt helped in this and showed almost no noticeable distortion, even at the wide and telephoto extremes of its zoom range. Most superzooms show at least some noticeable distortion at one of the extremes if not both.

As is typical of Kodak, we saw some minor JPEG artifacts in images, which caused some curved lines to become jaggy, though most causal snapshooters might not notice this.

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