Here is this week’s (Aug 7-13, 2010) digital camera review roundup:
- PhotographyBLOG rates the Casio EX-FH25 [QuickPrice Check] as affordable though “the image quality displayed here is purely aimed at the amateur.“
- DPReview is disappointed with the EVF of the Panasonic Lumix DMC-G10 [Specs] but otherwise finds it “a very capable camera, and as an entry-level DSLR competitor it fulfils its purpose very well.“
- Steve’s Digicams finds that the Canon PowerShot SD1300 IS / IXUS 105 [Specs] has “decent image quality [but] increased noise, has trouble focusing in low light and no HD movie mode.“
- Imaging Resource recommends the Casio EX-FH100 [QuickPrice Check] as “a solid point & shoot, and a worthy choice for sports or nature fanatics.“
- Steve’s Digicams highly recommends the Sony TX7 [Specs] as “a powerful ultra-compact that is loaded with Sony’s “best” technologies. “
- PhotographyBLOG highly recommends the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ100 [QuickPrice Check] as “a more fully-featured, easier to use and faster camera than its predecessor.“
- TrustedReviews highly recommends the Sony NEX-5 [QuickPrice Check] as “a very impressive debut into the compact system camera class.“
- If you do a lot of videos, the form factor of a HD DLSR can be very limiting. Luminous Landscape likes the Canon XF300 Camcorder [QuickPrice Check] enough that “we decided to buy an XF300, primarily for Michael’s personal use in producing future documentary videos. Why? Simply because notwithstanding some design errors the camera’s overall image quality is stunning. The lens especially is a winner.“
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