Here is this week’s (Nov 5-11, 2011) digital camera review roundup:
- CameraLabs highly recommends the Olympus Pen E-PL3 [QuickPrice Check] finding that it “shares most of the E-P3’s strengths: excellent image quality, fast performance, 1080i AVCHD video and huge potential for customisation all in a smaller body with fewer controls and a flip-up LCD screen.“
- Luminous Landscape reviews the Fujifilm X10 [QuickPrice Check] and finds that its “smooth handling, along with image quality that really does challenge any of its competitors, and you have a compelling camera. It looks like […] Fujifilm really does have its mojo back.“
- RobGalbraith likes the Nikon 1 V1 [QuickPrice Check] and Nikon 1 J1 [QuickPrice Check] vowing that “the camera you’ll see dangling from my shoulder from here on in will be the Nikon 1 V1.“
- TechRadar recommends the Canon SX40 HS [QuickPrice Check] “for those looking to get started with photography, this is a fantastic, fuss-free choice that will help you learn more about manual controls and different shooting options.“
- ePHOTOzine finds the Nikon COOLPIX S6200 [QuickPrice Check] “produces decent images with its 16 megapixel sensor and it packs a 10x optical zoom lens into a very compact body.“
- Neocamera rates the Olympus PEN E-P3 [QuickPrice Check] as excellent finding that the “image quality of this digital camera is indeed good with low image noise up to ISO 800 and usable results up to ISO 3200 at reduced print sizes.“
- TechRadar highly recommends the Canon PowerShot S100 [QuickPrice Check] for its “superb handling, impressive image quality – particularly at high ISOs – slick, detailed Full HD video, plus a responsive, accurate GPS system, and you have the recipe for a pretty remarkable camera.“
- DigitalCameraInfo highly recommends the Canon PowerShot S100 [QuickPrice Check] concluding that “from now on, it is likely the [Canon] S100 will be the point-and-shoot by which all others are judged.“
- PhotographyBLOG recommends the Nikon COOLPIX S1200pj [QuickPrice Check] which now comes with a “projector [which] is much brighter, more vivid and can create a bigger projection than before.“
- TechRadar highly recommends the Sony NEX-7 [QuickPrice Check] as “an advanced camera with many features that will tempt those looking at the current crop of advanced consumer digital SLRs, such as the Canon EOS 60D or Nikon D7000. […] On the other hand, there’s only a limited range of lenses currently available for the system, and the poor autofocus in low light may pose serious issues, depending on the camera’s intended use.“
- TechRadar highly recommends the Canon PowerShot ELPH 310 HS [QuickPrice Check] for its “excellent image quality, even at high ISOs, complement a good range of features including full HD video and a high quality 8x zoom lens with image stabilisation.“
- Imaging Resource recommends the Canon PowerShot ELPH 100 HS [QuickPrice Check] as “the year’s easiest pick as a bargain all-around camera, with good looks and good image quality.“
- Panasonic announced the DMC-GX1.
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