Here is this week’s (Jun 2-8, 2012) digital camera review roundup:
- Cameralabs highly recommends the Nikon D3200 [QuickPrice Check] as “an excellent choice for discerning beginners with a little more to spend.“
- Luminous Landscape is not too impressed with the Nikon 1 V1 [QuickPrice Check] for a pro though “for less demanding photographers who value small lenses, a totally silent shutter, fast autofocus, and very high frame rates, the V1 could well be just the ticket.“
- PhotographyBLOG highly recommends the Nikon D3200 [QuickPrice Check] “as a great camera for beginners.“
- PhotographyBLOG highly recommends the Sony Alpha SLT-A57 [QuickPrice Check] concluding “Image quality is excellent […] rivaling the main DSLR competition and in most cases surpassing the Compact System Camera alternatives, especially if you want to achieve shallow depth-of field effects. Noise doesn’t rear its ugly head until ISO 3200.“
- Steve’s Digicams recommends the Canon PowerShot D20 [QuickPrice Check] “if you are looking for a camera that is safe for a family with kids and a pool or for anyone that likes to travel or go on adventures.“
- DPReview has posted their hands-on preview of the Sony DSC-RX100.
- Imaging Resource has posted their review of the Sony DSC-RX100.
- Sony Announced the DSC-RX100 camera with a fixed lens and 1-in. sensor.
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