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“A practical Praktica”

published 09/02/2001

AdvantagesVery tough, very reliable, good quality (and cheap) lenses

DisadvantagesFiddly rewind knob, heavy

...Now this really is a blast from the past. One of the last true Eastern Bloc cameras (with the exception of the cheap-and-nasty Zeniths), the Praktica MTL-50 (which can be found fairly easily in second-hand shops) is a dinosaur by modern SLR standards - it's heavy, it's clunky, and almost everything is mechanical. Which is why I like it so much. I've had mine since 1989, and it's still in perfect...

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Excellent

Advantagesexcellent optics and view

Disadvantagessize and weight

...Giant Navy binoculars"Kronos" 20x60 binoculars. First the technical specifications Magnification 20x Angle of field of view 3.34' Linear field of view 1000m: 62 Exit pupil diameter 3mm Eye relief 11 mm Overall dimensions 265x218x77mm Weight 1.45kg (3.6lbs) Made in Russia Traditional style centre focus. Right ocular dioptre compensation. Z-style aircraft grade aluminium...

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Satisfactory

“Praktica...ly useless.”

published 28/01/2010

AdvantagesLooks ok.

DisadvantagesPretty much everything else.

...one is just better avoided. The Praktica DPix 5200 is an entry level digital camera with a 5 megapixel sensor, the size of the sensor should not put people off as there are many very good 5 and 6 megapixel cameras out there but sadly this just isn't one of them. The lens offers no optical zoom only digital zoom so effectively if you want sharp, clear images it offers no zoom at all...

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