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Thursday, Aug 04, 2005

Konica Minolta DiMAGE Z5 Review - CNET Reviews

Konica Minolta DiMAGE Z5The Konica Minolta DiMAGE Z5, like compact megazoom cameras from Kodak, Panasonic, and others, targets the budget-minded photo enthusiast who wants a superbroad zoom range, manual controls, SLR-like viewing, and tons of extra features–without the expense and the size of a digital SLR.

With a 12X zoom, image stabilization, macro focus down to 0.4 inch, and a medium-res 10-frame-per-second ultra-high-speed burst mode, the 5-megapixel Z5 stacks up well against the competition, specwise. However, mediocre image quality and a large, coarse, and rather dim electronic viewfinder limit this diminutive digital’s appeal as an SLR substitute.

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