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

Konica Minolta DiMAGE Z6 Digital Camera Review

The design of this camera is very different than the rest of the cameras in it’s range. If you thought that a SLR-like ultra zoom digicam can not look fancy and stylish, you are wrong. The round forms of the design do not interfere with the camera usability and hand grip. The tripod mount is positioned well in the gravity center of the camera, but the mount is made of plastic – not very solid. It starts up in around two seconds and focus speed is about 0.2 seconds long. Konica Minoltas Z6 features a very good anti-shake system that will help you to zoom at maximum power of 12x without a tripod and take good shots in low light also. Because of the focal length of the lens, the images may result in having barrel distortion at wide angle, and at the telephoto end it has softness and chromatic … Read more

Konica Minolta DiMAGE A200 Digital Camera Review

DiMage A200 is a discontinued camera from Konica Minolta, but you might still find it on the market. The advantages of choosing this camera is that at a lower price, you get a 8MP camera with a zooming ring with hight optical zoom – 7x, manual functions, robust body with the look and feel of a SLR, and important features like RAW shooting, anti-shake technology. The anti-shake technology shifts the CCD to compensate for the vibrations that occur with hand held shooting (you can shoot with shutter speeds up to eight times longer – 3 stops – than with digital cameras without such technology). It is also available in movie mode also. Other features include: subject movement predictive focus control (great for sport events), vari-angle LCD, electronic viewfinder, Direct Manual Focus function (also allowing you to enlarge and view any part of the monitor image), real time histogram display. Last … Read more

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