Samsung NX10 Digital Camera Review

The idea of a mirrorless interchangeable lens camera had been circulating for many years before Panasonic and Olympus announced the Micro Four Thirds camera system in August 2008, so it’s not surprising that they didn’t have the market to themselves for very long. Back when there was still only one ...

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Canon PowerShot S90 Review

The arrival of the ‘affordable’ digital SLR saw most manufacturers slowly withdrawing from the high end compact camera market, but recently models like the Canon G9/G10/G11 and Panasonic’s LX3 have shown that there is still demand for pocketable cameras with real photographic controls. And it is the Panasonic LX3 that ...

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Sony Alpha DSLR-A850 Quick Review

When the Sony DSLR-A900 was introduced in September 2008 it looked like an incredibly good deal: a full-frame DSLR with a weather-sealed pro body and a whopping 24.6 million pixels resolution for $3000. This was price-wise in a similar ballpark to what were at the time its closest competitors, the ...

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Olympus E-P2 Quick Review

Ten months passed between the announcement of the Micro Four Thirds mirrorless interchangeable lens format and Olympus unveiling its first model. For much of this time Panasonic had been selling its DSLR-like G1 while all we’d see from Olympus was a design mock-up it admitted wasn’t at that time feasible. ...

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Olympus E-PL1 Review

As one half of the Micro Four Thirds consortium, Olympus was one of the originators of the mirrorless interchangeable lens or system camera. In a little under two years, this new breed has established itself as a credible alternative both to compact cameras and DSLRs. However, while manufacturers regularly talk ...

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Sony NEX-3 / NEX-5 Review

Ever since Panasonic and Olympus created their Micro Four Thirds mirrorless system, all the talk has been about what the other players in the market will do. Micro Four Thirds has been steadily building its market share, seemingly without response from the three companies that account for over 80% of ...

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GE E1486tw Digital Camera Review

The GE E1486TW is a 14-megapixel camera with an 8x optical wide zoom lens. GE has created a control-free back on the E1486TW by placing most of the controls on a 3.0-inch touchscreen LCD. The camera has a tough aluminium body, compact design and HDMI connectivity. Its packed with features ...

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Fujifilm Finepix-F80exr Digital Camera Review

We bring to you the FinePix F80EXR, Fuji’s latest compact super-zoom. Using a powerful Fujinon 10x zoom lens, Fijifilm claims that no matter what the setting, the lens depicts what the eye sees. Enabled with Super CCD EXR, a 3 stage sensor employing Fine Capture (high resolution), Pixel Fusion (High ...

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Canon PowerShot S90 Digital Camera Review

The Canon PowerShot S90 is designed for photography enthusiasts and it carries a hefty price tag to prove it. It also has some of the best controls you’ll find on a compact camera for manual and semimanual shooting modes. Its lens and photo quality are top notch, too. Actually, about ...

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Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF1 Digital Camera Review

It may lack the retro slick design of its main competitor, the Olympus E-P1, but Panasonic gets it almost pitch perfect with the Lumix DMC-GF1, a jacket-pocket-size interchangeable-lens model with the feel and features that draw people to enthusiast compacts like the Canon PowerShot G11. While it’s still not quite ...

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Kodak EasyShare Z915 Digital Camera Review

There are plenty of sub-$200 compact cameras around, but few offer as much as the Kodak EasyShare Z915. The pocket megazoom camera has a strong feature set including fully manual and fully automatic shooting options. It’s uncomplicated to use and has faster performance than much of the competition. It has ...

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Nikon Coolpix P100 Digital Camera Review

The Nikon Coolpix P100 is capable of doing some extraordinary things. It’s chock-full of shooting options centered on a high-speed CMOS sensor married with a 26x megazoom lens. Things like high-speed photo and video shooting, fun modes and settings for near endless experimentation, and 1080p HD-quality movie recording are all ...

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Reasons to get rid of your digital SLR camera.

There’s a new camera category in town. It’s EVIL, and it’s going to kick your DSLR’s ass. EVIL stands for Electronic Viewfinder Interchangeable Lens, and is our favorite acronym for cameras like the Olympus Pen, the Lumix GF1 and the Samsung NX10. These small, mirrorless, finderless cameras can fit in ...

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