Here is this week’s (April 10-16, 2010) digital camera review roundup:
- If you’re into a pocket camcorder, then DigitalCameraReview finds that the Sony MHS-CM5 bloggie HD Video Camera [QuickPrice Check] “does better than most other pocket camcorders.“
- PhotographyBLOG finds the Olympus SP-800UZ [Specs] to be “a unique camera with a remarkable lens that caters mostly to the needs of the point-and-shoot brigade.” Advanced photographers, look elsewhere.
- PhotographyBLOG finds the Fujifilm FinePix HS10 [Specs] to be “one of the best super-zooms around and also a viable alternative to a DSLR camera.“
- PhotographyBLOG likes the “boxy retro looks” of the Pentax Optio H90 [QuickPrice Check] and how “users can really just point and shoot for usable results.“
- CameraLabs reviews the Canon PowerShot SX210 IS [Specs] and finds that though it is “a good camera which makes several key improvements over its predecessor,” it lacks the GPS functionality of its competitors, the Panasonic ZS7 / TZ10 [Specs] and Sony DSC-HX5V [QuickPrice Check].
- Steve’s Digicams also reviews the Canon PowerShot SX210 IS [Specs] and finds that it is “a stylish compact super-zoom with an impressive feature set [but] shooting performance leaves one wanting more.“
- According to DigitalCameraReview, the Olympus E-PL1 [Specs] “is a worthy investment for people who want to step up from their advanced point-and-shoots and for shutterbugs who want a back-up camera for street shooting.”
- Steve’s Digicams believes that “Olympus has hit a home run with the introduction of their latest Digital PEN,” the Olympus E-PL1 [Specs].
- Steve’s Digicams gives top grades to the Sony Alpha DSLR-A850 [QuickPrice Check] which they ranks as “a professional grade dSLR model that challenges the competition with […] image quality and resolution rivalling far more expensive camera models.“
- Finally, DPReview introduces the “Quick Review” of the Sony Alpha DSLR-A850 [QuickPrice Check] which they found to be “a no-nonsense photographer’s camera that delivers excellent image quality at base ISO but cannot quite keep up with the competition at higher sensitivities.“
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