Sony Cybershot DSC-W80 Digital Camera Review

The DSC-W80 has a newer interface and look compared to other W series cameras from Sony (it comes in attractive colors of the sleek metal body as well). Also, W80 uses Sony’s new Bionz image processor, which is much faster. The photos have sharp details and accurate colors, noticeable noise only from ISO 800 and above. Important features that improve your shots are: optical image stabilization, face-detecting auto focus and auto exposure (there is also ISO 3200 maximum sensitivity but in my opinion not very useful). High-definition slide shows with MP3 music support and in-camera image retouching worth mentions especially for those of you who don’t want to spend too much time with image adjustments at the PC. It can be used with the new Sony CSS-HD1 high-definition Cyber-shot Station, which comes with the component cable (also works as a charger for the camera); and the DSC-W80HDPR kit, which bundles … Read more

Nikon Coolpix S5 Digital Camera Review

Coolpix S5 is an ultra-slim but strong build pocket compact digital camera from Nikon. It features In-Camera Red-Eye Fix, Face Priority AF, and D-Lighting, plus a new One-Touch Portrait button on top of the camera which combines Face Priority AF with In-Camera Red-Eye Fix to help users improve their portraits. Pictmotion allows the adding of music to the pictures and pick a style (Motion, Moody, Classic etc.) for displaying them in slideshow playback. I like the way the buttons and menus are arranged at the back: intuitive and easy to use, in such way that even if it has so many advanced features, you can remember where to access them. This camera also comes with an optical viewfinder that may come in handy when you want to spear some battery life. As for image quality, the Nikon S5 produces sharp images with good colors, low noise and accurate white balance; … Read more

Nikon Coolpix S10 Digital Camera Review

Coolpix S10 makes some significan’t improvements over its predecessor, the Coolpix S4, adding image stabilization, a stronger flash, a sharper LCD, and more. The lens doesn’t extend or retract – it rotates 270 degrees relative to the monitor screen, and the camera comes with a lens cover to protect it when not in use. Its a stylish design of this metal digicam from Nikon that fits every pocket but feels too little in big hands. Since this lens is bigger than on other compact cameras, fewer optical distortions and aberrations are to be seen on the images. Too bad it does not have manual controls; otherwise I would love this camera: excellent image quality, 10x optical zoom, vibration reduction, D-Lighting, Face-priority AF, In-Camera Red-Eye Fix, One-touch portrait button, 15 Scene modes and Pictmotion features. When using high zoom, however, the camera focuses very slow. Nikon Coolpix S10 Nikon Coolpix S10 … Read more

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