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This Week’s (Dec 3-9, 2011) Digital Camera Review Roundup

Here is this week’s (Dec 3-9, 2011) digital camera review roundup:

  • TechRadar highly recommends the Fujifilm X10 [QuickPrice Check] concluding that “enthusiasts and even beginners who are in the market for a high-quality compact camera shouldn’t be disappointed by what the Fuji FinePix X10 has to offer.
  • Imaging Resource recommends the Sony NEX-5N [QuickPrice Check] since “more often than not, I found myself grabbing the NEX-5N from our well-stocked shelf when I left the office for a little photographic R&R. That, in my book, is the mark of a camera worth owning.
  • LetsGoDigital concludes the “compact Samsung NX200 system camera performs well in combination with the standard 18-55mm kit lens and delivers a high image quality.
  • PhotographyBLOG recommends the Sigma SD-1 [QuickPrice Check] kindly concluding, If […] you have a lot of money to spend then take a look at the Sigma SD1. The pictures are very good after all and ultimately that’s what’s important.
  • DigitalCameraInfo reviews the Fujifilm X10 [QuickPrice Check] and rates it as “Strongly recommended, and for the time being, one of the best cameras we’ve reviewed.
  • sansmirroir recommends the Olympus PEN E-P3 [QuickPrice Check] so that “the [Olympus] E-P3 is my current backcountry camera of choice, where I’m on those long 10-mile or longer dayhikes to exotic locations far from the road.
  • CameraLabs highly recommends the Canon PowerShot ELPH 100 HS [QuickPrice Check] since “for an entry level model, the ELPH 100 HS / IXUS 115 HS has a huge amount to offer […] is well built, looks stunning and is super-compact.
  • PhotographyBLOG recommends the Canon PowerShot SX150 IS [QuickPrice Check] as “a solid travel-zoom camera that certainly won’t break the bank.
  • TrustedReviews highly recommends the Fujifilm X10 [QuickPrice Check] concluding that “in many ways the X10 is the best advanced compact we’ve ever laid our hands on. […] And while general image quality is some of the best we’ve yet seen in an advanced compact, the white discs issue does present a problem.” Fujifilm has announced it is working on fixing the issue.
  • TechRadar finds that Fujifilm FinePix F600EXR [QuickPrice Check]the ideal audience for this camera being young families who want an unfussy point and shoot camera.
  • Steve’s Digicams recommends the Samsung MV800 [QuickPrice Check] finding that “this stylish camera is loaded with fun to use settings, and the hinged LCD is sure to be a hit among the social crowds. We did find a few shortfalls with the camera, but overall it gets a good recommendation from the staff here at Steve’s.
  • Steve’s Digicams highly recommends the Canon PowerShot S100 [QuickPrice Check] as “a fantastic compact digicam that has been designed with the quality and features that a professional can enjoy.
  • PhotographyBLOG highly recommends the Samsung WB750 as a “fantastic value for money considering its wealth of beginner friendly modes and effects, more sophisticated options for more experienced users [… The] Samsung WB750 makes almost perfect sense.
  • DCRP (dcresource) highly recommends the Panasonic GX1 [QuickPrice Check] concluding that “photo quality on the Lumix DMC-GX1 is very good, and comparable to what you’d see on other Micro Four Thirds cameras (including the DMC-G3, which shares the GX1’s sensor)
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