Here is this week’s (May 19-25, 2012) digital camera review roundup:
- DPReview awards Gold to the Canon 5D Mark III [Specs] even though “we’re disappointed by how the 5D Mark III renders detail in JPEG files, and low-contrast details, especially, look rather mushy, even at low sensitivities. At higher ISOs, noise reduction is more aggressive by default than we would like, resulting in comparatively clean but disappointingly soft images, when viewed at 100%.“
- PhotographyBLOG rates the Nikon D800 [QuickPrice Check] as ESSENTIAL concluding that “on the resolution front, the Nikon D800 delivers images with a truly stunning amount of detail, comparable to what you can achieve with a number of medium-format digital cameras and backs.“
- DigitalCameraInfo highly recommends the Fujifilm X-Pro1 [QuickFact Sheet] as “the finest Fujifilm model currently available, and a surprise contender for first place in many of our image quality lab tests.“
- PhotographyBLOG reviews the Canon PowerShot ELPH 320 HS [QuickPrice Check] concluding that “the IXUS 240 HS comes most highly recommended to casual photographers.“
- ePHOTOzine finds that the Panasonic Lumix TS20 [QuickPrice Check] “offers excellent value for money as one of the cheapest waterproof cameras.“
- Pentax announced the K-30..
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