Image quality, while not stellar, will likely please most shooters and is easily bolstered by flexibility and a wealth of innovative features. In fact, the SP-570UZ is one of the best all-purpose cameras we’ve seen.
Like the D40x before it, the Nikon D60 is a real gem. Consumers should want one, intermediate photographers should want one, and pros would do well to carry one too. The Nikon D60 is one of the finest “family” cameras on the market, easily upholding the standards of its predecessors, which is a tall order.
Cameras.co.uk has posted a review of the Sony W110.
The Sony DSC W110 does more or less exactly what it sets out to do. This is a no fuss digital camera that is able to cope with most photo opportunities.
The LZ10 certainly differs from other models in the Panasonic catalog as well as what other manufacturers are offering this year. It’s particularly well suited for those photographers who want a small camera that will let them take control of exposure and allow them to be more creative.
PhotographyBLOG has posted a review of the Nikon Coolpix P80. The new P80 boasts a 10.1 megapixel image sensor, Nikon’s EXPEED processing and vibration reduction on a whopping 18x optical zoom lens. The P80’s 18x Zoom-NIKKOR lens covers focal lengths from 27-486mm (35mm format equivalent).
The 1cm macro mode can’t make up for this camera’s other deficiencies, and whilst image quality isn’t that bad, it isn’t great either, and certainly not as good as our current super-zoom of choice, the Fujifilm Finepix S8000fd.