Nikon D200 Digital Camera Review

The design of this dSLR, like most of the semi-professional cameras, consists of rubberized magnesium weather-sealed body, with a good hand grip, plenty of space for an accurate viewfinder and a pop-up powerful flash and lots of buttons at the back. The colors, contrast and sharpness taken by Nikon D200 are great if you have some more advanced photography knowledge to manually adjust white balance, exposure, aperture and shutter speed. Like all cameras in this range, people pictures will result with no red eye due to the pop-up flash. Battery life is only a few hundred shots on a charge (Nikon claims 1,800 shots – probably without the LCD). The fast speed of the camera and the 10 MP are the main reasons why a photographer would choose to buy the D200 instead of an older Nikon dSLR. Compared to the 6 MP D100, it has a better metering and … Read more…

Kodak EasyShare Z612 Digital Camera Review

This digital camera targets more advanced photographers, like the ones between compacts and SLRs. Therefore, starting from its robust silver design, it wont fit your pocket, it has a large comfortable viewfinder, pop-up flash, offers histogram display on the LCD, and it is equipped with SLR-like buttons. The shutter speed goes up to 16 sec, the optical zoom goes to an impressive 12x, manual modes (aperture priority, shutter priority, manual) are available, exposure, metering are also adjustable, but no manual white balance. According to Kodak, every time you click the shutter, the Kodak Color Science Chip performs an instantaneous and advanced analysis of collected scene data to identify and adjust multiple factors that influence picture quality. To help you take better pictures, this camera comes with image stabilization. Some special features include Favourites feature, Share button, One Touch to Better Pictures feature. However, the image quality is better for Canon … Read more…

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