Here is this week’s (Oct 23-29, 2010) digital camera review roundup:
- We published our review of the Samsung NX100, a compact mirrorless that competes very well against the compact micro FourThirds from Panasonic and Olympus.
- Steve’s Digicams says the Canon PowerShot SD4500 IS / IXUS 1000 HS [QuickPrice Check] is the best Canon compact to-date and “an incredibly easy-to-use camera with high-speed capabilities and great image quality.“
- Imaging Resource highly recommends the Canon EOS 1D Mark IV [Specs] as “a remarkably capable camera, fit for news, sports, and many other types of professional photography.“
- PhotographyBLOG reviews the Fujifilm FinePix Real 3D W3 [QuickPrice Check] and finds that it “works, it’s well built and it’s a lot of fun.“
- Imaging Resource finds there’s nothing tougher than the Olympus TOUGH 8010 [Specs] and “it’s hard to find a more rugged camera, but the Olympus Tough-8010 really needs a speed improvement.“
- DigitalCameraReview reviews the much-awaited Olympus E-5 [QuickPrice Check] and finds that despite higher noise level at high ISOs, “I’m quite certain that any photographer who uses an E-5 will fall in love with it.“
- Imaging Resource finds that the Samsung HZ35W / WB650 [QuickPrice Check] “has a lot to offer [but] an Achilles Heel of poor performance keeps this camera in the general realm of static subjects and, although ISO 1,600 can produce decent 4×6-inch prints, we think the best image results happen under bright light conditions.“
- PhotographyBLOG recommends the Nikon Coolpix S1100pj [QuickPrice Check]: “Being able to show-off your photos, videos and work to an audience […] instantly elevates the Nikon Coolpix S1100pj above the competition.“
- Camera Labs highly recommends Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ40 / FZ45 [QuickPrice Check]: “[The Panasonic FZ40] delivers a very compelling package for the price.“
- Imaging Resource reviews the Sony SLT-A33 [QuickPress Check] and finds that “Sony’s engineers have now likewise redefined what consumers can expect from an SLR.“
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