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Few camera companies seem to be creating waves with compact point-and-shoot cameras like Panasonic.
Fujifilm's F series compact digitals with the SuperCCD sensor have enjoyed a reputation for better than average high-ISO noise performance dating back to at least the F30.
Panasonic arguably invented the compact ultrazoom class of digicams with the release of the TZ1 in 2006, and each successive TZ model, including the new flagship Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ5, has been a highly anticipated released.
With its long-running Rebel series of consumer DSLRs, Canon has earned a reputation for cranking out new models on a consistent timetable that are rarely revolutionary, and yet often set the pace for the entry-level market nonetheless.
Fujifilm has always created a lot of buzz around their fashion-focused Z series ultracompacts, but the last few we've tested have worked better as fashion accessories than as cameras.
One of four Coolpix S-series digitals announced in January 2008, the Nikon Coolpix S600 takes its place as the most expensive Nikon "style" camera and features "an astonishingly fast start-up time, advanced functions, outstanding photographic performance and a slim and stylish body." Other excerpts from the press release claim the camera has the "fastest start-up time for any camera in its class," allows shooters to take "stunningly sharp photos, faster and easier than ever before," and boasts "extraordinary speed." There seems to be a pattern developing here.
While its specs don't exactly jump off the page, the new Kodak EasyShare Z1085 IS looks and feels like a step forward in Kodak's apparent efforts to become a serious player again among serious amateur photographers.
Digital SLRs have consistently and dependably gotten better and prices have dropped precipitously since the introduction of the first prohibitively expensive versions 20 years ago.
Looking over the press release for the new Nikon Coolpix S210 compact digital, words like "slim, elegant camera design," "quality-crafted aluminum body," "high performance," "ease of operation," "affordable," and "array of color options" jump out of the text.
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ4, along with its more feature-rich sibling, the TZ5, is the latest incarnation of Panasonic's compact ultrazoom concept to begin making its way to store shelves.
In the last year, photography has really gained importance among my hobbies and interests.
With Pentax's 6 megapixel entry-level concept beginning to really show its age, few were surprised by the addition of a new 10.2 megapixel DSLR, the Pentax K200D, to the company's stable this year.
The Olympus FE-340 is the current mid-range model of the entry-level FE line of digital cameras from Olympus.
Since the 1970s and the days of Olympus's classic OM-1 35mm SLR, the company has tended to go in the opposite direction from several other manufacturers, building a lineup that emphasizes smaller and lighter.
I was pretty excited when I found out I would be reviewing the Casio Exilim S10, "the world's smallest and thinnest 10.1 megapixel camera." Encased in stainless steel and decked out in four color choices, it looks and feels like a great accessory.
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