Here is this week’s (Dec 11-17, 2010) digital camera review roundup:
- DCRP (dcresource) lauds the impressing high ISO performance of the Nikon D3100 [Specs] and recommends it as “an entry-level digital SLR that can start off as a point-and-shoot camera, and then gently guide you into the world of manual controls.“
- Camera Labs recommends the Nikon D7000 [QuickPrice Check] which “raises the bar of what can be expected from a mid-range DSLR.“
- KenRockwell would not buy the Sony Alpha SLT-A55 [QuickPrice Check] due to the fact that “image quality is poor, because the A55 lacks some very important image adjustments.” Do get a second opinion from other expert reviewers!
- Imaging Resource recommends the Nikon D3100 [Specs] finding that it has “very good high ISO performance; a big improvement over the D3000.
- DPReview awards GOLD to the Pentax K-5 [QuickPrice Check] finding that “it is hard to find a negative thing to say about the Pentax K-5.“
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