The Fujifilm FinePix S100fs is the “almost DSLR” Super Zoom. Not only does it handle and feel like a DSLR, it is also easy enough in point-and-shoot mode to obtain high quality images that are properly exposed and with pleasant colors.
In terms of overall approach, the E-520 may well be the most flexible consumer DSLR we’ve reviewed this year: whereas the Nikon D60 proved to be an excellent first SLR, and new models from Canon and Pentax have aimed to appeal to a slightly more advanced audience, the E-520 does both at once.
You can read more about the new camera on Photography Bay’s Olympus E-520 page.
Image quality and performance are up to standard, as is build quality and design. This is a very appealing camera for the advanced amateur, and an outstanding bargain at the current price.
For more digital camera reviews and news on the A350, visit Photography Bay’s Sony A350 Reviews and Resources.
A handful of purported Nikon D10 images have began to surface on the web. Don’t get too excited though. Every time a new product is rumored, several Photoshopped images follow suit. If you followed any of the news and rumors leading up Apple’s recent introduction of the iPhone 3G, you get my drift here.
These two images, which were posted in the DP Review forums, don’t exactly exude credibility (especially the second image below); however, these are most certainly the first of many until a mid-grade full frame DSLR is announced by Nikon. For more rumors and news, be sure to check out Photography Bay’s Nikon D10 page.
It wasn’t “so fast I didn’t notice.” But I’d describe it as “fast.” More important, it was positive. By that I mean that when I pressed the button halfway, the mechanism almost always made one direct move to focus, and stayed there.
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