The Sony Cyber-shot RX100 is a 20MP point and shoot camera. But this isn’t just any point and shoot camera. The RX100 sets itself apart from every other compact camera out there thanks to a much larger image sensor, which measures the same size as the Nikon 1 Series mirrorless camera system. Somehow, Sony managed to cram that sensor into a pocketable digicam.
Read on to find out if that big sensor combined with the rest of the RX100 features is enough to make this camera the king of pocket cams. [click to continue…]
No Film School put together a handy little comparison of the 5D Mark II, 5D Mark III and Nikon D800 in video mode. They walk through the ISO stops way up to the high end. Check out the video below.
The Olympus XZ-1 is a surprisingly compact point and shoot camera that offers lots of advanced operations for serious photographers. [click to continue…]
The Nikon D5100 is a 16.2-megapixel DSLR that also has the ability to capture 1080p HD video. It resides in Nikon’s line-up between the base-model D3100 and the advanced amateur D7000. [click to continue…]
The Canon Rebel T3i (aka 600D) is the lastest entry-level DSLR from Canon. As a step-up from the budget-oriented Rebel T3, the Rebel T3i offers a little more bang-for-your-buck while still retaining an entry-level price point.
To see if this entry-level shooter is the right one for you, read on. [click to continue…]
The Canon Rebel T2i (aka 550D outside the US) is the follow-up entry-level DSLR to the great Rebel T1i. Even though the T2i follows just one year after the release of the T1i, it is not the typical, incremental upgrade you might expect. The Rebel T2i packs a whole lot of firepower for both still and video shooters. To see whether the performance matches up to the spec sheet, read on. [click to continue…]