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This Week’s (Mar 10-16, 2012) Digital Camera Review Roundup

Here is this week’s (Mar 10-16, 2012) digital camera review roundup:

  • DCRP (dcresource) recommends the Canon G1 X [QuickPrice Check]if you […] want a semi-compact camera with D-SLR image quality, then look no further than the Canon PowerShot G1 X. It’s not for action photography (due to its sluggish focusing and burst modes) nor is it great for close-ups, but for virtually every other situation, the G1 X delivers.
  • ePHOTOzine recommends the Canon G1 X [QuickPrice Check] finding that it “is capable of producing some excellent photos however, we do wish it was a little quicker.
  • ePHOTOzine highly recommends the Fujifilm X-PRO1 concluding that it “is a fantastic camera, in every area it produces the results expected from a premium quality camera. The image quality is stunning.
  • Imaging Resource likes the Samsung NX200 finding a mirrorless “designed to appeal to the stealthy street shooter and camera enthusiast.
  • ePHOTOzine reviews the Samsung WB150F [QuickPrice Check] and finds that it is “a nice compact, ultra zoom that has a wide variety of built in Wi-Fi options that make it really appealing.
  • KenRockwell loves the Canon G1 X [QuickPrice Check] for landscape work and finds “it’s the best compact digital camera ever for the sorts of things I shoot as art, but it’s too slow for family photos.
  • Luminous Landscape reviews the Canon G1 X [QuickPrice Check] and finds that “it’s a pretty good camera, but I don’t particularly care for it.
  • CameraLabs recommends the Canon G1 X [QuickPrice Check] finding that “on the happy side is superb image quality [but] on the sad side is a fixed lens with terrible macro and little chance for a shallow depth-of-field, coupled with below-average continuous shooting from a camera that costs the same as many CSCs but lacks their interchangeable lens mounts.
  • ePHOTOzine recommends the Olympus TG-820 since it “does not disappoint [and is] an ideal camera for those who like to take pictures in extreme conditions.
  • ePHOTOzine reviews the Olympus SP-810 UZ [QuickPrice Check] and finds it “is a versatile camera, easy to carry and is a good choice for those on a budget.
  • electronista reviews the Fujifilm X10 [QuickPrice Check] and finds that it “is good enough that it truly could be the all-encompassing camera for many enthusiasts, not just step-up hobbyists or pros looking for a sidearm.
  • PhotographyBLOG highly recommends the Fujifilm X-PRO1″ concluding that the X-Pro1’s innovative image sensor and lack of low-pass filter lives up to all the hype and more, delivering truly excellent image quality. Noise is noticeable only by its almost complete absence throughout the ISO range of 100-25,600.
  • TechRadar reviews the Fujifilm X-PRO1 and finds that “the images from the Fuji X-Pro1 are superb. They may not have quite the detail that some full-frame cameras are capable of capturing, but they can beat these bigger beasts for dynamic range and noise control.
  • TechRadar reviews the Panasonic Lumix TS4 [QuickPrice Check] and find its “toughened qualities provide a degree of reassurance for those engaged in rough and tumble activities.
  • TechRadar reviews the Canon PowerShot ELPH 110 HS [QuickPrice Check] and finds that “Canon has indeed provided a compelling blend of attractive compactness, high image quality and enough features to satisfy its target market.
  • TrustedReviews recommends the Fujifilm X-PRO1 as “an enthusiast-level compact system camera that produces class-leading image quality and a really satisfying user experience.
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