A year or so ago I had a play with the Samsung NX10 and was unimpressed. Sure it had a sensor that most full-on DSLRs would be proud of, but it just didn’t wow me. DPReview called it “a good start”. Now, Samsung have released the NX100. On paper it seems incredibly similar to the… Read More »
Read how the newly released Flip MinoHD compares to the similar pocket-sized JVC FM1. The JVC has a lot more features, but the results may surprise you.
I don’t know where to go with this. Every other review I read tells me that the LX3 is superior in most aspects to the Canon G10. It’s smaller and lighter (265g vs the chunky 390g G10), shoots wider (24mm vs 28), and has a faster lens (f2.0 vs f2.8). The LX3 does low-light a… Read More »
Digital cameras are perhaps the worst example of consumerist segmentation for the sake of it. On this page alone I count 25 current model digital compact cameras. Considering other brands and previous models, you have something like 300 cameras to choose from if you want to purchase a digital compact camera today. I imagine the… Read More »
The Nikon D90 is a camera, apparently. I found it very easy to use, and I’m not even a regular Nikon guy. I love the way almost every feature has a dedicated button, and I could even get used to the idea of aperture and shutter being on dedicated dials. I like the way the… Read More »
This is what they call a “lightning review” in the business. I’m not going to get into the nitty gritty specifics on the cameras, because quite frankly I’m not an expert. I’m using these things as they’d be used in the wild: pick it up, turn it on, and film some stuff. From left to… Read More »
Casio Exilim FH20 Interesting camera. The high-speed movie modes are really fun to play with, and the 20x zoom is a useful addition that helps with framing difficult shots. It?s really hard to do this camera justice when I have the other two cameras (below) to use at the same time. The FH20 has an… Read More »