Nikon D60 Review at Digital Camera Info

Digital Camera Info has posted a review of the 10.1 megapixel Nikon D60.

Imaging performance shines when it comes to noise, and the responsiveness while shooting is exceptional for a camera in this class. However, the D60 also lagged in several equally important areas, including white balance and dynamic range.

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Sony A350 Review at DP Review

DP Review has posted a full review of the Sony A350.

It’s certainly a competitively-priced, well-specified camera and one that feels better-constructed than many of its rivals. It’s also one that smoothes down the learning curve and will totally satisfy users who aren’t familiar with what the best modern DSLRs are capable of.

View Photography Bay’s in-depth review of the Sony A350.

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Canon PowerShot A590 IS at Trusted Reviews

Trusted Reviews has posted a review of the Canon A590 IS.

Considering its low price, the PowerShot A590 IS offers an amazingly complete list of features, with high-performance optical image stabilisation, a useful range of manual controls and exceptionally good performance, especially in low light conditions.

For the latest news and reviews on the A590, check out Photography Bay’s Canon PowerShot A590 IS Reviews and Resources page.

Nikon D60 Review at DC Resource

DC Resource has published a review of the new 10.1 megapixel Nikon D60.

I think more experienced photographers will frown on its overprocessed photos, mediocre set of manual controls, and autofocus lens support. I think there are better entry-level D-SLRs out there, but the D60 is still worth looking at.

For the latest news and reviews on the D60, check out Photography Bay’s Nikon D60 Reviews and Resources page.

Casio Exilim EX-F1 Review at Trusted Reviews

Trusted Reviews has posted a review of the 60fps Casio EX-F1.

It has several unique abilities which some users will find extremely useful, however it also has some problems. Its still image quality, while good, is no match for the best of the current high spec super-zooms, and its alarmingly high price will also discourage potential buyers.

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