Here is this week’s (April 21-27, 2012) digital camera review roundup:
- CameraLabs highly recommends the Sony SLT-A77 [QuickPrice Check] going so far as to predict that “as a consumer camera I don’t think I’m sticking my neck out to predict that the SLT-A77 will be a phenomenal hit.“
- PhotographyBLOG highly recommends the Fujifilm FinePix HS30EXR [QuickPrice Check] concluding that it “definitely fits the bill as a great all-rounder and a real alternative to a DSLR, just so long as you don’t expect DSLR-like image quality.“
- KenRockwell highly recommends the Fujifilm X-Pro1 [QuickFact Sheet] since “the X-Pro1 is a much better camera with better optics and better images and ergonomics than my LEICA M9.“
- DigitalCameraInfo reviews the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-WX150 [QuickPrice Check] and finds it is “a capable, no-nonsense point-and-shoot for casual photographers.“
- DPReview finds the Panasonic Lumix ZS20 [QuickPrice Check] “is arguably the most full-featured travel zoom on the market [though] its image quality is not as good as the rest of the package, and enthusiasts may miss things like RAW and manual focus.“
- For more camera reviews, to get a second opinion, and just to read the best reviews on the Web, visit our Reviews Matrix.