Casio Elixim V8 Digital Camera Review

Casio Exilim EX-V8 is the successor of V7 – the world’s slimmest 7x optical zoom ultra compact digital camera. The Casio Exilim EX-V8 has an interesting front design – very elegant and stylish, specific to the latest casio cameras: there is a protective, sliding lens cover that activates the camera automatically. The basic features of V8 are, the same 7x optical zoom lens like in V7 but higher 8.1-megapixel resolution. Along with the increased resolution comes the addition of a YouTube Capture mode, making this camera a heavily-marketed point-and-shoot video recorder for easy sharing. Movie mode looks better than average for a digital camera. It also features image stabilization, face detection, and world time. Casio Elixim V8 has enough virtues that make it respectably easy to use: a thorough menu system, intuitive buttons and portability. Because of being so small and because Casio didn’t wanted to give up the traditional … Read more…

Sony Cybershot DSC-H3 Digital Camera Review

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-H3 has pretty much everything that a high zoom SLR-like camera (it’s still not a SLR, it comes with an integrated lens) should have: full manual controls, RAW mode, pop-up flash, histogram display, features like face detection and image stabilization, but, it lacks a viewfinder (nor electronic or optical). 10x optical zoom and 8 megapixels are satisfying for anyone who goes deeply into photography when combined with the manual functions, but, the image quality is not as good as the one provided by similar cameras: noisy shots starting from ISO 400. The camera took 1.8 seconds to start up and capture its first JPEG, 1.3 seconds between JPEGs with the flash disabled and 2.6 seconds between shots with the flash turned on. Shutter lag is between 0.4 second and 1 second while continuous shooting mode speed is 2fps regardless of the image size. An advantage of this camera … Read more…

Sony Cybershot DSC-T200 Digital Camera Review

The Sony Cybershot DSC-T200 has a 3.5 inch touch sensitive LCD (0.5 more than DSC-T70), a feature that not many cameras have yet. This is the reason why you can’t notice any buttons on the back. Slim and lightweight as Sony T-series was before, DSC-T200 with the touch screen makes shooting even more comfortable (it’s a huge screen by the way: 3.5 inch) for anyone willing to get rapid photos in vacations by caring a camera in a pocket (you can also choose between Red, Black and Silver). Here’s a list of the many features this camera posses: 8 megapixels, 5x optical zoom, face detection system, HD output, Super SteadyShot optical image stabilization and High Sensitivity, Wide Zoom Display (automatically expands standard 4:3 images to 16:9). Unlike some competitive systems, Sony Face Detection makes skin tones look more natural and reduces red-eye with pre-strobe flash. Also, there’s a new Smile … Read more…

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