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

Samsung Digimax S1050 Digital Camera Review

Samsung Digimax S1050 is a compact camera with ergonomic grip, lightweight but not very slim, available in 2 colors: silver and black. The features that make this camera be on top of the sales are the high megapixels, high optical zoom (5x instead of the usual 3x), advanced shake reduction (ASR) as image stabilization technology and movie stabilizer function, face recognition, high ISO 1600, super macro mode (1 cm close), the presence of manual features and the extra large LCD (3 inch). An interesting feature, sometimes quite useful, is the Wise Shot: when activate, it takes 2 shots – one with flash on one with flash off, so that later on you can choose the best one. The Movie Mode is pretty advanced; allowing an impressive flexibility considering its just a photo camera. About the Effect button and what it does, it might look funny at the beginning, but after … Read more

Nikon Coolpix L5 Digital Camera Review

The design of Coolpix L5 is different than the one of L4 or L6 and I must admit that I personally don’t like it. Its the 5x optical zoom that first catches my attention (not 3x like most of the cameras in this range). Then, the optical vibration reduction (image stabilization) brings another plus to the evaluation. Nikon’s Best Shot Selector (BSS) will select for keeping the sharpest picture out of 10 shots. The worst about this camera is the impossibility of modifying the ISO setting (exposure compensation, white balance and metering can be adjusted). Like most of the shapshooting compact digital cameras, it has plenty of scene modes but no manual or shutter/aperture priority. For example, one-touch portrait mode uses face-priority autofocus and sets a wide aperture to blur the background and make your subject stand out. With flash turned on, it takes 4 seconds between shots, which is … Read more

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