Nikon D70 Review

Nikons D70 (improvement of D100) was Digital SLR camera of the year in 2004. Solid ergonomic body (600g without battery) and easy to use menu (even a help button). Aperture priority, shutter priority and full manual modes offer the possibility to simultaneously think about composition, depth of field, motion blur, focus, and exposure compensation. Depth of Field preview button aids composition accuracy. However, other easy modes are available: Auto, Portrait, Landscape, Close Up, Sports, Night Landscape and Night Portrait. Vivid and normal colour saturation, degree of sharpening, the use of extra noise reduction algorithms are a few effects you can add to the shoots. Nothing to say against the performance of white balance for this camera. Even if the auto-focus is very rapid and efficient, D70 supports manual focus. Processing of the image is available in both JPEG and RAW mode. Some little complains about the viewfinder being too small. … Read more

Sony Cybershot DSC-W100 Digital Camera Review

The focal range of the W100‘s lens (F2.8-5.2, 3X optical zoom Carl Zeiss lens) is 7.9 – 23.7 mm, which is equivalent to 38 – 114 mm. This 8.1 Megapixel Camera is very effective at ISO 400 (reaches 1.000 lines/image length in the centre of the image and low noise). But ISO for this camera goes up to 1250. While it uses Memory Stick Duo cards, also has a 64Mb build-in memory. It uses the NP-BG1 lithium-ion rechargeable battery and, not very remarkably, you are able to get up to 360 shots before it runs out. Included with the camera is an external battery charger (4-5h for charge). Exposure time: 1/1000 to 30 seconds. Preparing for shot with the zoom lens will take 1.5 seconds and shooting 0.66 seconds. The built-in flash is a powerful one, with a working range of 0.2 – 6.0 m at wide-angle and 0.3 – … Read more

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