Here is this week’s (Feb 11-17, 2012) digital camera review roundup:
- ePHOTOzine recommends the Sigma SD-1 [QuickPrice Check] finding that it is capable of taking some gorgeous photos with excellent detail at the pixel level, however to get the best from the camera it is necessary to take everything as RAW and process the files.
- DigitalCameraReview recommends the Nikon COOLPIX P7100 [QuickPrice Check] liking that “the P7100’s impressively logical control array allows most primary functions/settings to be accessed directly.“
- PhotographyBLOG highly recommends the Canon G1 X [QuickPrice Check] even if “it can’t match a DSLR or an APS-C equipped compact system camera at the higher ISO speeds, but ISO 100-1600 is eminently usable with 3200 as a backup.“
- TechRadar highly recommends the Canon G1 X [QuickPrice Check] as it “impresses on all fronts, delivering excellent handling and great results.“
- DPReview recommends the Panasonic GX1 [QuickPrice Check] concluding that “improved image processing produces the most impressive high ISO JPEG performance we have seen in any Micro Four Thirds offering […] Chroma noise is well-suppressed and an impressive amount of image detail can be seen as high as ISO 6400.“
- CameraLabs recommends the Panasonic GX1 [QuickPrice Check] finding it “is a highly satisfying compact system camera for enthusiasts, especially when equipped with the company’s 14-42mm power zoom lens.“
- TrustedReviews highly recommends the Panasonic GX1 [QuickPrice Check] concluding that it “delivers class-leading results.“
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