digital camera review

The Nikon Coolpix P7000 and Canon PowerShot G12 are a pair of powerful little cameras.  These cameras capture RAW format images, which sets them apart from many other compact cameras – these are the prosumer compacts. [click to continue…]

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Sony WX9 Hands-On Review

by on February 10, 2011

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The Sony Cyber-shot WX9 is 16.2MP compact camera that fits somewhere in the middle of Sony’s early-2011 lineup.  The image sensor is Sony’s rather impressive back-illuminated Exmor R CMOS sensor, which is backed up by the power BIONZ image processor that allows the WX9 to deliver up to 10fps in burst mode and capture 1080i AVCHD video.

The WX9 is a close mate to the WX10, although it takes a step down in a couple parts of the feature set.  Check out my first impressions of the WX9 below. [click to continue…]

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Sony HX7V Hands-On Review

by on January 26, 2011

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The Sony Cyber-shot HX7V is a 16.2MP point and shoot camera powered by Sony’s signature Exmor R CMOS sensor.  The HX7V features a 10x optical zoom lens (25-250mm equivalent). I had the opportunity to handle the HX7V and capture a few images with it while at CES 2011. [click to continue…]

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Canon PowerShot G12 Review

by on January 24, 2011

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The Canon PowerShot G12 is a 10MP point and shoot camera built as a compact camera for the enthusiast photographer.  While it’s only a mild upgrade to the Canon PowerShot G11, it does a solid job of improving on an already great design. [click to continue…]

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The Canon PowerShot A2200 is a new 14.1MP, budget-oriented point and shoot camera with a retail price around $140.  The A2200 offers a 4x optical zoom that gives you a 28-112mm equivalent zoom range.  The A2200 can also capture 720p HD video and it sports a 2.7-inch LCD.

I had a chance to spend a few minutes with the new compact camera at CES 2011.  My initial impressions are below. [click to continue…]

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The Sanyo VPC-CA102 Xacti Dual Camera is capable of producing decent quality HD video and has still capture capability grabbing 14MP images at the press of a button. What sets the model VPC-CA102 apart from the the other Xacti cameras and many from other manufacturers in the class is the waterproof, sport camera design . What’s great about being waterproof is not just the ability to submerge the camera in water, but to keep on shooting when the rain comes or those moments when your child learns to swim and that moment can be captured while your right there in the water too.

Read the full review over at Tech Tilt: Sanyo Xacti VPC-CA102 Waterproof Dual Camera Review

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