DPInterface March 2006 News Archive
March 30th, 2006
...there've been two great reviews of two great cameras, namely the Casio Exilim Z120 and the Olympus SP500 Ultra Zoom.
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March 28th, 2006
In case you missed them, here's a summary of reviews in March:
Also upon request of many readers, I've added a section for the 5 most recent reviews on the right sidebar.
March 26th, 2006
Canon SD600 Digital ELPH review
Here it is, the review of the Canon PowerShot SD600 Digital ELPH, a compact camera with some improvements over its predecessor. Remember to drop by the Canon SD600 photo gallery too!
March 17th, 2006
After lots of demand for me to review them quickly, I've just posted the Sony Cyber-shot W30 review and Sony Cyber-shot W50 review along with a photo gallery for each review. So how will image quality turn up? Find out now!
March 15th, 2006
Don't do that!
I have a friend who recently returned his new Canon SD500 Digital ELPH because he was sick of the "irregular movements on the LCD", in low-light of course. Well, the camera lowers the frame rate in return for a brighter preview - You can't have everything, can you? But no....
March 13th, 2006
Early 2006 top 10
There have been a lot of imaging shows such as PMA and CES as usual. Here are my personal top picks for cameras released in the last two months or so:
1. Olympus EVOLT E330 - First dSLR with live view - You can frame photos using its 2.5 inch LCD
2. Fujifilm FinePix F30 - First compact to feature ISO 3200 which is usable (at full res), also has full manual mode
3. Canon PowerShot SD700 IS - A stylish camera with a 4x zoom lens, optical image stabilizer and usable ISO 800
4. Panasonic Lumix TZ1 - World's smallest ultra-zoom with 10x optical zoom and optical image stabilizer
5. Kodak Easyshare V570 - World's first dual lens camera - one regular 3x zoom lens and a super wide 23 mm lens
6. Pentax Optio M10 - Probably the best battery life in a compact camera (900 shots), priced at $229 too!
7. Olympus Stylus 720SW - A thin camera which is waterproof and shockproof, it can withstand a 1.5 m drop
8. Nikon Coolpix S6 - An ultra-thin camera with a 3 inch LCD and WiFi
9. Sony Cyber-shot H5 - An ultra-zoom with 7 megapixels, a 3 inch LCD and high ISO capabilities (ISO 1000)
10. Panasonic Lumix L1 - Panasonic's first dSLR which looks very classy and uses Olympus' live view technology
I've used the Canon SD700 IS and Kodak V570. Now, what I must see are the Panasonic L1, Sony H5, Fujifilm F30 and the Olympus 720SW. Look out for their reviews soon.
Nikon Coolpix S5 review
Here's a full review of the Nikon Coolpix S5 along with lots of test photos!
March 9th, 2006
New site sections
The navigation bar is back since our design relaunch! You may have noticed that the articles and links sections are empty but no worries - they'll be up as soon as possible.