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This Week’s (Nov 12-18, 2011) Digital Camera Review Roundup

Here is this week’s (Nov 12-18, 2011) digital camera review roundup:

  • CameraLabs highly recommends the Canon PowerShot ELPH 310 HS [QuickPrice Check] for “if you’re looking for a classy point-and-shoot with excellent video features and a longer than average zoom it’s a pretty compelling proposition in its own right.
  • DCRP (dcresource) highly recommends the Sony NEX-7 [QuickPrice Check] concluding that “overall, the Sony Alpha NEX-7 is [an] excellent mirrorless interchangeable lens camera. Whether we’re talking performance, photo quality, or features, the NEX-7 does just about everything right.
  • PhotographyBLOG recommends the Canon SX40 HS [QuickPrice Check] finding that “the most obvious market for this pumped up PowerShot is the family user, wildlife watcher or sports fan, or even concert go-er.
  • LetsGoDigital finds the Samsung ST96 as “a simple compact camera [that] is easy to operate and takes nice snapshots.
  • ePHOTOzine recommends the Fujifilm X10 [QuickPrice Check] as a “camera [that] feels great in the hand, but more importantly it feels great as a camera to use, with extremely quick focusing and shutter response it’s very easy to get candid street shots.
  • DPReview highly recommends the Sony SLT-A65 [QuickPrice Check] as “an exceptionally well specified camera not only considering its class, but the consumer-level DSLR field as a whole.
  • DigitalCameraReview recommends the Canon SX40 HS [QuickPrice Check] as an ultra zoom that deliovers “excellent images [and] makes an excellent point and shoot with the added advantage of having the ultrazoom for the times you need it.
  • ePHOTOzine reviews the Canon PowerShot SX150 IS [QuickPrice Check] and finds that “for a very reasonable price you get a good zoom range and decent image quality making it an ideal camera for travelling.
  • ePHOTOzine recommends the Canon PowerShot S100 [QuickPrice Check] since it “provides great image quality, a longer and wider zoom than the S95, and with a slimmer body it should fit even more easily into pockets.
  • LetsGoDigital finds that the Samsung MV800 [QuickPrice Check]is full of creative functions that make it fun to shoot photos of yourself or others.
  • PhotographyBLOG recommends the Nikon COOLPIX AW100 [QuickPrice Check] finding that it “can withstand almost everything that life can throw at it, underwater, in the cold, from a moderate height, although it’s not dust- or crush-proof.
  • Imaging Resource highly recommends the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ150 [QuickPrice Check] for “[rethinking] their high-end ultrazoom, returning the flagship to five-star status with a reduction in resolution that paradoxically boosts image quality.
  • ePHOTOzinehighly recommends the Samsung NX200 finding that “noise control certainly appears to be on a par with competitors from Sony and Canon with well controlled noise up to ISO 3200.
  • TechRadar recommends the Sony SLT-A77 [QuickPrice Check] finding that “the AF system is blisteringly quick and accurate [but] a bit of a sluggish start-up time, slight delay when switching between using the EVF and LCD for shooting and high ISO noise performance that, while still very good, doesn’t quite match that of its major rivals.
  • DigitalCameraInfo isn’t too keen with the Olympus SP-810 UZ [QuickPrice Check] finding that its “noisy, blurred images–even at low ISOs–is absolutely inexcusable.
  • TrustedReviews finds that the Samsung MV800 [QuickPrice Check] is “designed to be easy-to-use, flexible and fun. Measured solely by these three key credentials it scores well.
  • Imaging Resource recommends the Nikon 1 J1 [QuickPrice Check]for consumers looking to better compact camera image quality and performance, while gaining the versatility of interchangeable lenses, the Nikon J1 is right on target.
  • WhatDigitalCamera reviews the Samsung NX200 and finds that “image quality is also phenomenal at the lower ISO settings […] and high ISO settings are decent.
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