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State Of The Art, Hidden In A Retro Design

Advantages: As advanced or as simplistic as you want it to be
Disadvantages: Almost impossible to understand manual.

Despite taking it up as a “option” (now there is an old term for you) when I was at school, to be honest photography has always alluded me. I’m very much a point and click kind of guy, I like a camera to focus for me, and essentially be a perfect shot. Be ...

sghawken 08.11.2012 · Read full review
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Review of Fujifilm FinePix X100

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Makes it a challenge to take bad photos

Advantages: Simple. So, so simple.
Disadvantages: Doesn't remind you to take photos!

Technologically speaking I am a semi-troglodyte. That is to say I have little understanding of megapixels or gigabytes except that the bigger the number, the better. Coupled with that I have the common man condition often termed ‘Manual Blindness’, I cann ...

robinbarfield 14.01.2011 · Read full review
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Review of Sony Cyber-shot DSC-H55

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A touch screen canon compact - the Ixus 210

Advantages: large screen, looks nice, decent image quality in most situations, good noise at high ISO's
Disadvantages: touch screen is irritating, options are all menu based - not quick, flash noisy, expensive

Quick specification list: - 24mm wide lens and 5x optical zoom - 3.5" LCD - SD card slot - lithium ion battery Like virtually all cameras of this generation, the ixus 210 has no viewfinder (if this is something you want - have a look at the ixus 100, but ...

Huomenna 27.01.2011 · Read full review
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Review of Canon IXUS 210

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