Here is this week’s (Oct 29-Nov 4, 2011) digital camera review roundup:
- CameraLabs recommends the Canon SX40 HS [QuickPrice Check] finding that “with a 35x zoom, 1080p video and 10.3fps shooting, the SX40 HS sounds like an unbeatable camera, but look closely at, and crucially test, the other aspects and the limitations become clear.“
- TrustedReviews recommends the Canon SX40 HS [QuickPrice Check] finding that “if you can live without the picture quality perfection and improved low light performance of a DSLR, this is a great buy.“
- ePHOTOzine finds that the Samsung MV800 [QuickPrice Check] “with the unique MultiView screen […] stands out from the crowd and is likely to be a popular choice.“
- Photoxels recommends the Samsung MV800 [QuickPrice Check] for point-and-shoot photographers “who especially love to take self-portraits“
- PhotographyBLOG highly recommends the Sony NEX-5N [QuickPrice Check] since “a winning combination of excellent image quality even in low-light, a refined and customisable interface, and fast and responsive operation does make the Sony NEX-5N one of our current favourites. Highly Recommended!“
- PhotographyBLOG highly recommends the Sony SLT-A65 [QuickPrice Check]as “still a fantastic SLT camera that is a genuine threat to the more conventional prosumer DSLRs on the market.“
- DCRP (dcresource) reviews the Pentax Q [QuickPrice Check] and concludes that “its photo quality, performance, and feature set certainly don’t justify the price premium“
- Imaging Resource recommends the Sony Alpha NEX-C3 [QuickPrice Check] as “image quality is very good among compact system cameras, with remarkable ISO performance from 200 to 1,600, producing images that look good printed at 20×30 inches.“
- DigitalCameraInfo reviews the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FH5 [QuickPrice Check] and finds that “colors are accurate, noise is well controlled, and resolution is acceptable. […] as a cheap, easy camera built for the most casual of photographers, it gets the job done [and will] make a decent gift.“
- TechRadar highly recommends the Sony NEX-5N [QuickPrice Check] finding that the “combination of a large sensor and large lens delivers detail-rich images that knock spots off […] rivals.“
- DigitalCameraInfo recommends the Nikon D3100 as “a solid entry-level DSLR that is aimed squarely at those looking for an easy-to-use camera that offers affordable performance and interchangeable lenses.“
- TrustedReviews finds the Nikon 1 J1 [QuickPrice Check] “a stylish looking compact system camera that delivers class-leading shooting speeds, super-efficient AF performance and vibrant, punchy images.“
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