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The specifications, however were impressive, the standard mega" resolution of 1600 x a small compact size (only / wide), fast response and processing times, good build quality and importantly a big fast - - equiv. Best Camera For Portraits, Best Build, Prime Lens, Professional Portrait, Coolpix, Friend Photos, Zoom Lens, What Is Like, Camera Lens

Olympus C-2000Z Review

The specifications, however were impressive, the standard "2 mega" resolution of 1600 x 1200, a small compact size (only 4" / 10cm wide), fast response and processing times, good build quality and importantly a big fast F2 - F2.8 (35mm - 105mm equiv.) zoom lens.

The specifications, however were impressive, the standard mega" resolution of 1600 x a small compact size (only / wide), fast response and processing times, good build quality and importantly a big fast - - equiv. Best Camera For Portraits, Best Build, Prime Lens, Professional Portrait, Coolpix, Friend Photos, Zoom Lens, What Is Like, Camera Lens

Olympus C-2000Z Review

The specifications, however were impressive, the standard "2 mega" resolution of 1600 x 1200, a small compact size (only 4" / 10cm wide), fast response and processing times, good build quality and importantly a big fast F2 - F2.8 (35mm - 105mm equiv.) zoom lens.

Sony Cyber-shot W7 Review: Digital Photography Review Film Camera, Camera Lens, Best Camera For Portraits, Prime Lens, Professional Portrait, What Is Like, Digital Photography, Cyber, Sony

Sony Cyber-shot W7 Review

Announced along with a 5MP twin (the W5), the DCS-W7 is part of the second generation of Sony's 'traditionally-styled' compacts designed to appeal to the first-time user moving from a film camera to digital. Essentially the same as a Cyber-shot P200 in a larger more conventionally-styled body (and with a bigger 2.5-inch screen), the W7 builds on the success of the W1, which was something of a surprise hit last year. But does the W7 have what it takes to compete in the increasingly crowded 7…

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-V3 Review: Digital Photography Review Lcd Monitor, Fujifilm Instax Mini, Digital Photography, Binoculars, Digital Camera, Cyber, Sony, Digital Cameras

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-V3 Review

The seven megapixel four times zoom DSC-V3 was announced on 30th August 2004. It's the first 'prosumer' level compact digital camera from Sony since 24th February 2003 when they announced the five megapixel four times zoom DSC-V1. Despite carrying the V nomenclature and in fact having the same lens as the DSC-V1 the V3 is quite a different beast. It's larger and heavier, has a more comfortable deep rubber hand grip, a better control layout and a huge 2.5" LCD monitor. In fact it's more like…

Sony Cybershot DSC-F828 Review: Digital Photography Review Best Camera For Portraits, Prime Lens, Professional Portrait, Zeiss, Lcd Monitor, Zoom Lens, Wide Angle, What Is Like, Camera Lens

Sony Cybershot DSC-F828 Review

The Cybershot DSC-F828 was announced on 15th August, this new camera is very obviously a development of the DSC-F717 design. Just under a year since the F717 and Sony's flagship prosumer digital camera has certainly undergone a large number of changes, not least of which is the switch from the electronically zoomed five times lens of the F707/F717 to an all new mechanical zoom seven times lens with Carl Zeiss T* coating and a wide angle 28 mm equiv. capability. Sony has also chosen to go…

Sony Cybershot DSC-V1 Review: Digital Photography Review Best Camera For Portraits, Prime Lens, Nikon Coolpix, Powershot, Lcd Monitor, Hot Shoes, Fujifilm Instax Mini, What Is Like, Camera Lens

Sony Cybershot DSC-V1 Review

The Cybershot DSC-V1 was introduced by Sony just before the Photo Marketing Association (PMA 2003) trade show this year. Despite its compact proportions the five megapixel, four times optical zoom DSC-V1 is squarely aimed at the 'Prosumer' market and will have to compete with the likes of the recently announced Nikon Coolpix 5400 (5 mp, 4x zoom) and Canon PowerShot G5 (5 mp, 4x zoom). Other interesting features of the V1 are Sony's first hot-shoe for external flash (they have introduced…

Sony DSC-F707 Review: Digital Photography Review Best Camera For Portraits, Prime Lens, Professional Portrait, Coolpix, What Is Like, Camera Lens, Digital Photography, Fujifilm, Sony

Sony DSC-F707 Review

The 2 megapixel DSC-F505 was originally revealed back in August 1999, and we were the first site to review it. In April 2000 Sony announced an upgraded camera named the DSC-F505V, it was essentially the same lens and camera engine but with a 3.3 megapixel sensor. Because the lens system wasn't altered the F505V couldn't cover the required 3.14 megapixels, instead it produced a 2.6 megapixel (1856 x 1392) image.

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Sony DSC-F505 Review

The F505 has caused quite a stir over the last couple of weeks, it's announcement clouded in secrecy and cleverly exposed day by day until we were presented with the full specifications. This is a camera which combines elements from many different digicam designs to present us with what is undoubtedly Sony's best digital camera to date.

Olympus C-2500L Review: Digital Photography Review Best Camera For Portraits, Prime Lens, Professional Portrait, Friend Photos, What Is Like, Camera Lens, Olympus, Digital Photography, Two By Two

Olympus C-2500L Review

The Olympus C-2500L certainly turned a few heads when it was announced. Quite a few I'd imagine from their competitors. Olympus have always broken the mould, look at their range of traditional film cameras and you'll see cameras that are far from the ordinary, yet are well received by consumers. Think outside the box.

Olympus C-3030Z Review: Digital Photography Review Best Camera For Portraits, Prime Lens, Nikon Coolpix, Friend Photos, Wide Angle, Fujifilm Instax Mini, What Is Like, Camera Lens, Olympus

Olympus C-3030Z Review

Olympus's upgraded C-2020Z is the C-3030Z, with pretty much similar features to its older brother but with a nice new black metallic case, wider shooting angles and the 3.3 megapixel CCD. The C-3030Z will probably be up near the top of most buyers lists and just like the C-2020Z there'll always be a fierce debate over the Olympus C-3030Z and Nikon Coolpix 990.

Throwback Thursday: the Canon PowerShot Best Camera For Portraits, Kodak Film, Prime Lens, Professional Portrait, Canon Powershot, Coolpix, Friend Photos, Throwback Thursday, Fujifilm Instax Mini

Throwback Thursday: the Canon PowerShot G1

The venerable Canon PowerShot G1 was announced seventeen years ago this week, marking the start of a line of enthusiast-focused compacts that's still alive and kicking.

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Sony DSC-S85 Review

The DSC-S85 started its public life (at least here on dpreview) as a rumour back on the in mid-March this year. This rumour originated with an Australia website and was soon given a little more viability by Sony Microelectronics announcement of the ICX406 4.1 megapixel CCD sensor. This CCD is the same 1/1.8" size as the previous 3.34 megapixel used on a large number of today's 3 megapixel consumer digital cameras, thus turning a 3 megapixel into a 4 megapixel seemed like a relatively trivial…

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Throwback Thursday: the Olympus C-2100UZ

The Olympus C-2100UZ only offered a 2MP sensor, but its stabilized 38-380mm equiv. zoom lens went a long way to make up for its resolution shortcomings. Read more