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Wednesday, Oct 04, 2006

Casio Exilim EX-S770 Review - Pocket Lint

Oct 04, 2006 | Category: Casio Exilim EX-S770

Stylish, very very compact, well built and packed with great features, the lack of more manual control might make some look elsewhere and the problems with noise and detail have dropped it a couple of points.

If you’re not going to make bigger prints, it has to be said that at the £279 price (it’ll be cheaper online, so shop around) if you want a pocketable, smart and snappy-looking snapper, then the Casio Exilim EX-S770 might well be worth a gander.

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Fujifilm FinePix F30 Review - Trusted Reviews

Oct 04, 2006 | Category: Fujifilm FinePix F30

The Fujifilm FinePix F30 is a stylish, efficient and easy-to-use compact camera with excellent picture quality, a useful range of features and outstanding performance, but even these qualities are overshadowed by its amazing low-light performance.

It has easily the best high-ISO picture quality of any compact camera on the market, and is perfect for shooting pictures at any social occasion. While not exactly cheap, it does offer unique abilities that you won’t find anywhere else.

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Pentax K100D Review - CNET

Oct 04, 2006 | Category: Pentax K100D

Pentax K100D does a wonderful job of balancing the needs of amateur and experienced photographers. It doesn’t have some of the more fancy features, such as white-balance bracketing or dynamic range optimization, that you’ll find on more expensive cameras, such as the Canon Rebel XT or the Sony Alpha DSLR-A100K, but for its price, the K-100D is a steal.

If you already own Pentax lenses, this camera is a no-brainer. On the other hand, if you’re really looking to save money, and shake reduction doesn’t float your boat (though it probably should), then you can always step down to Pentax K110D, which is the same camera without the shake-reduction feature.

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Sunday, Oct 01, 2006

Nikon D80 Review - Local Viewfinder

Oct 01, 2006 | Category: Nikon D80

It’s hard to find any fault with the Nikon D80. Only the mere existence of the Nikon D200 does it remind us what the D80 strives to be.

The upgrade path from both Nikon D50 and Nikon D70 is clearly the D80 with its advanced features and SD memory requirements. The only downside is that early adopters who have established workflow or enjoy working with NEF will need to wait for 3rd party vendors to support the D80 among other accessories that will trickle in over the next few months.. but it’s well worth the wait.

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