Monthly Archives: April 2006

Casio Exilim EX-Z120 – Digital Camera Review

Casio Z120 - Exilim digital cameraDigiCam Review features a Casio Exilim EX-Z120 – Digital Camera Review and states:

The Casio Exilim EX-Z120 is a compact, metal bodied digital camera that provides very good 7 megapixel images. The camera provides a good 2″ screen, excellent battery life, a good video mode, and an average macro mode. The camera provides a mode for every type of digital camera user, from the very beginner, to the advanced expert and the digital camera is very easy to use in all modes. The camera doesn’t appear to cut back on features, yet still manages to provide excellent value for money as one of the cheapest 7 megapixel, 3x optical zoom digital cameras available. The Casio Exilim EX-Z120 is definitely recommended!

The appreciated features of the Casio Exilim EX-Z120 – Digital Camera in this review: excellent value for money, very pleasing, natural colour, takes AA batteries, compact Metal Body, very easy to use, manual Controls (Shutter / Aperture / Manual focus etc), sharpness, saturation, sontrast controls, numerous Scene modes (including customisable, and downloadable scene modes), very quick menus, playback mode, shutter response, quick focusing, low purple-fringing, good movie mode

Megapixel Review – Olympus SP-700

Olympus Digital Camera: SP700Olympus SP-700 is reviews by Megapixel and they write:

“In summary, the SP-700 is an interesting camera that is simple to use and which has the advantage of a large monitor, giving the user an excellent preview of the image about to be captured. Its 6-megapixel images can be printed out to 7 x 9.4 inch (18 x 24 cm) size at 300 dpi without any problem, and its automatic capabilities should appeal to those that want a sleek, compact, and fuss-free camera to carry along anytime and anywhere.”

Nikon D200 camera- new review

Nikon D200 Camera - Digital SLRSteves Digicams writes about the Nikon D200 digital camera : “The Nikon D200 is a high performance digital SLR camera designed to satisfy the requirements of demanding photographers. It combines brand new technologies with advanced features inherited from the D2X professional digital SLR camera. The D200 employs a newly developed 10.2-megapixel DX Format CCD image sensor, a sophisticated 1005-pixel 3D Color Matrix Metering II system and an advanced Nikon image processing engine to render images with superb clarity and smooth color gradations. With an all new 11-area Autofocus system, robust control of Nikon’s i-TTL Creative Lighting System and advanced Wi-Fi image transmission options it’s a natural choice for wedding, event and action photographers.”

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Olympus E-500 Review – TrustedReviews

Olympul E-500 evolt digital cameraTrusted Reviews feature a new review of the Olympus E-500 digital camera and states:

The E system from Olympus is the only digital SLR system designed from the ground up to be wholly digital. All of the other D-SLR systems from other manufacturers are based, at least in part, on existing 35mm film SLR standards, including body designs, lens mounts and even lenses.

The initial impression of the Olympus E-500 camera is overwhelmingly favourable. The E-500 is a very handsome piece of kit, with a solid and businesslike appearance.

This camera is very well appreciated in this review, and the conclusion is: “‘The E-500 should secure Olympus a place on the lucrative consumer D-SLR shelf alongside the Nikon D50, Canon EOS 350D and Pentax *ist DL. It is a very well designed camera, combining excellent picture quality, outstanding performance and lots of creative versatility, while still maintaining beginner-friendly simplicity and easy handling. It is a genuine pleasure to use, and produces superb results.”