Here’s my review of the Nikon D300S (finally, right? I promise I’ll have more reviews in the coming days/ weeks), a semi-professional camera from Nikon’s digital SLR lineup. Head on to the Nikon D300S photo gallery as well for full-sized photos taken using the camera. Our full review awaits after the jump.
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Before I (finally) post my Nikon D300S review in a few moments, just thought I’d post a few pictures of this special “cookies and cream”, black and white colored Panasonic Lumix GF1 I received today.
It’s a love-hate kinda thing I suppose – some call it tacky looking, but I think it looks pretty good (And unique).
The white looks a little like “Apple’s white” (like the white of the iPods and normal MacBook).
Of course, besides the special color scheme, everything else – features and functions – are identical to the average GF1.
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Keep those camera review requests coming – we’re listening. This week, we have the Nikon D300s SLR and Panasonic Lumix TZ10 (also known as Lumix ZS7) reviews coming out on Friday and Saturday respectively.
On next week’s agenda, we have a couple of new 2010 Nikon Coolpix compacts and a Panasonic Lumix camera. And April is gonna keep us fairly busy with several new Sony cameras coming in, along with a few Canon’s and Olympus’. Of course, there will be reviews of cameras from other brands in between, so look out for those as well!
I’ve just completed my review of the Olympus PEN E-P2 Micro Four Thirds camera, a compact interchangeable lens camera and upscale version of the original PEN E-P1. Visit the Olympus PEN E-P2 photo gallery as well for full-sized photos.
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