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Sony NEX-5 – Review

D-Photo and The Photographer's Mail
  • Excerpt: Bruce Buckman is confused by Sony’s new interchangeable lens camera. Like Olympus’s E-PL1 also reviewd this issue, Sony’s NEX-5 wants bring the advantages of a dLSR sensor and an interchangeable lens system to a novice user audience in small compact camera format.
  • Pros: Good image quality, Great noise reduction, Robust build
  • Cons: Unintuitive menu system, Poor external flash, Often confused and competing design principles
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Canon Powershot S95 – Review

D-Photo and The Photographer's Mail
  • Excerpt: In this New Zealand exclusive review, Ashley Kramer discovers whether Canon’s S95 can part him from his G11 It’s confession time. I put my hand up for this review and frankly, did everything I could to get my mitts on Canon’s new S95.
  • Pros: Image quality, Low-light performance, Point-and-shoot simplicity, Excellent manual controls
  • Cons: Limited zoom range, Effective but annoying pop-up flash
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Fujifilm XF1

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  • Excerpt: If you are looking for a light camera with lots of resources and stylish, the Fujifilm XF1 is in store for you.
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Olympus Pen E-PL1 — Review

D-Photo and The Photographer's Mail
  • Excerpt: Bruce Buckman tests a Micro Four Thirds camera he wouldn’t mind taking on holiday No matter how much you love it, no camera is the perfect tool for every job. I realised that a few years back while half way up the 275 stairs of Yorkminster Cathedral’s tower, a weighty dSLR and a couple of lenses...
  • Pros: Blessedly light, Takes a great shot
  • Cons: Not as easy to use as you might expect, Lacks the sophistication of the E-P2
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Samsung NV24HD Review – 026

D-Photo and The Photographer's Mail
  • Excerpt: The new NV24HD boasts a lens starting at 24mm that will appeal to anyone who goes nightclubbing and wants to get their mates in the picture. But will it suit you and me? The lens is a Schneider 3.6x wide-angle zoom, ranging from the equivalent of 24mm through to 86mm.
  • Pros: A screen to die for
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