Here is this week’s (Apr 2-8, 2011) digital camera review roundup:
- Camera Labs highly recommends the Canon EOS Rebel T3i / 600D [QuickPrice Check] for “those who simply want a good, solid upper-entry-level DSLR with great image quality and advanced movie features, the 600D / T3i is hard to beat.“
- Luminous Landscape heaps praises on the Fujifilm X100 as “Exceptional But Frustrating… ISOs up to 3200 is so relatively noise free that I wouldn’t hesitate to use any speed, even for critical work… A terrific, even a landmark camera, likely to be an instant classic.“
- PhotographyBLOG recommends the Nikon COOLPIX P500 [QuickPrice Check] as “a good choice for those who want the convenience of a superzoom but also require the creative control.“
- TechRadar recommends the Nikon COOLPIX S3100 [QuickPrice Check] as “a slim compact camera with 5x zoom and HD video Score: 4/5“
- Steve’s Digicams highly recommends the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH2 [QuickPrice Check] for its “outstanding image quality, powerful image processor, wonderfully easy automatic shooting modes and some of the best HD video recording on a digicam.“
- Trusted Reviews recommends the Canon PowerShot ELPH 100 HS [QuickPrice Check] as “a camera that’s easy to use […], is nicely built, produces reliably good results and packs in more features than you might expect.“
- DigitalCameraReview finds the Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS10 / TZ20 [QuickPrice Check] “easily usable by both beginners and advanced shooters.“
- And, of course, Nikon introduced the D5100 DSLR. Hands-on previews from DPReview, Imaging Resource, and DPNow.
- For more camera reviews, to get a second opinion, and just to read the best reviews on the Web, visit our Reviews Matrix.