Canon PowerShot A2500 Review

Canon PowerShot A2500 is the renewed version of the entry level PowerShot A2300 camera. It is a pocket camera and comes into the category of basic version so we cannot expect any drastic change here.

There are many things which are absolutely same like previous PowerShot A2300 camera. This model also contains a 16MP 1/2.3 inches CCD sensor. You will also find the same 5X optical zoom feature as well as DiGiC 4 processor which was available in previous version.

Canon PowerShot A2500 Review

Canon PowerShot A2500 Camera

This model has Canon Smart Auto mode which is capable to analyze the condition of the place while taking the picture. Now it can adjust itself easily as per the condition and you can get the better picture quality through this model.  Continue reading

Kodak EasyShare C1530 Review

Kodak EasyShare C1530 is an excellent option to share your favorite moments easily. You can show the pics to your family members and friends with a single click. If you want to take stunning images and want to share it quickly then Kodak EasyShare C1530 can be a good option. It allows sharing the data with Twitter, Facebook, email and various other ways. This camera allows you to share videos with YouTube and different other platforms.

Kodak EasyShare C1530 Camera

Kodak EasyShare C1530 Camera

This model of Kodak can make spectacular prints up to 30×40 inch. You can enlarge the picture without any problem as the quality will not change with the size.  Here you can use 3X optical zoom lens capable to offer quality images every time. Kodak EasyShare C1530 can give you sharper pictures as the blur reduction facility permits to get the fine pictures plus built-in form factor is highly supportive. Continue reading

Canon EOS 70D Review

We know that Canon brought their EOS 60D model around four years ago. Most of the people liked it. Now the successor of this model has arrived and it shows why Canon is still the leader in digital SLR section. The new model is Canon EOS 70D and it has some new highlights for which many people will like to use it.

Canon EOS 70D Camera

Canon EOS 70D Camera

It is a mid-range DSLR which is loaded with 20.2 Megapixel APS-C sensors plus you can use a completely articulated touchscreen monitor which is very functional. Built-in Wi-Fi and complete HD video facility is present here. Therefore it clearly shows that the features are truly remarkable.     Continue reading

Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ47K

Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ47K

Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ47K

The Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ47K (also known as the Lumix DMC-FZ48) is the little brother to the DMC-FZ150. We say “little brother” because it comes at a price 100$ less than the FZ150, and loses a lot of the features that make the FZ150 a great camera.

This nifty little bridge camera is the successor to the DMZ-FZ40 and boasts a wide-angle 24x optical zoom lens (25-600mm) along with a 12MP CCD image sensor. The CCD image sensor means that you don’t get as good a performance in low-light as you would from the backlit CMOS sensor on the FZ150. Continue reading

Leica V-Lux 3 Camera

Leica V-Lux 3 Camera

Leica V-Lux 3 Camera

Leica, a brand not as commonly heard about like Canon and Sony, has announced their new camera – Leica V-Lux 3. For those who are unaware, Panasonic and Leica have entered into a partnership. Leica’s excellent reputation for optics and Panasonic’s well known compact hardware is a great combination for any camera. The V-Lux has resemblance to Panasonic’s previous bridge camera Panasonic FZ150. Continue reading

Fujifilm X-S1 Camera

FujiFilm X-S1

FujiFilm X-S1

Fujifilm recently released the Fujifilm X-S1 digital camera as part of its X-series lineup. The X-S1 is more modern-looking as compared to its X100 and X10 predecessors. The camera boasts a 12MP sensor, a 3-inch LCD display and up to 26x zoom.

Carrying a tagline of “The Bridge Camera, Reinvented”, the camera is aimed at travelers who won’t be satisfied with a small point-and-shoot, but wouldn’t want a bulky DSLR either. And that’s where the modest 26x zoom comes in. Continue reading

Nikon 1

Nikon is a household name all over the world when you talk of cameras. The company has been in the field of capturing images on film for nearly a century. This period has been marked by continuous growth by the company. Technological development in bringing out different types of cameras with innovative features quite frequently has been hallmark of Nikon.

With digital technology taking over from films, Nikon has stilled retained its position as a camera maker. The Nikon1 camera is their latest in the market with features far superior to any camera of that class. The latest product has three or four outstanding features like interchangeable lens of an advanced nature, super high speed image sensor and image processing along with a new lens mounting system.  Continue reading

Samsung NX100

Samsung NX100 Digital Camera

Samsung NX100 Digital Camera (photo by htibor)

The Samsung NX100 digital camera is the joint most affordable model, but also the largest, heaviest and ugliest.

Despite its swooping lines and smooth metallic body, its styling leaves us cold. And it doesn’t feel as nice to hold as gripper rivals such as the Sony NEX-C3 or Pentax Q. Still, look beyond that and it reveals itself to be a very capable CSC, especially since a firmware update last April. The large APS-C sensor gives you reasonably noise-free photos and HD videos, the auto focus locks on to subjects quickly and the AMOLED screen is a real stunner.

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Pentax Q Digital Camera

Pentax Q Digital Camera

Pentax Q Camera

If it’s pocketability you want, look no further: Pentax Q digital camera  is the only really thy camera here. Pentax proudly and correctly advertises this point-and-shoot-sized snapper as the smallest interchangeable lens camera you can buy.

So what’s the catch? Well, it’s a big – or perhaps we should say small – one. The Pentax Q Digital Camera sensor is also thy, around an eighth the size of a Micro Four Thirds sensor and almost one twelth that of an APS-C camera sensor. This means bye bye to the photo quality benefits you generally get from a CSC; the Pentax Q Digital Camera is basically a point-and-shoot with swappable lenses.

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Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF3

Panasonic’s smallest Micro Four Thirds (MFT) camera to date, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF3 is aimed at less-than-hardcore photographers: there’s no accessory port on top and very few buttons to confuse new ties.

Having said that, it’s no entry-level lightweight. The touchscreen Interface – unique in this company – means the lack of controls doesn’t limit usability to any great degree, and there are some impressive features here: full HD video at 60fps in the telly-friendly AVCHD format, for instance (although those HD images are set against mono sound).

Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF3

Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF3

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