Camera News
by Brad Soo on February 28 2012

Sony Cyber-shot HX10V
The second of the four compact super-zoom cameras announced by Sony today is the Cyber-shot HX10V. Like what Sony did with the Cyber-shot W690 and Cyber-shot WX150 pair, the HX10V here is a souped up variant of the Cyber-shot H90, with the same 18 megapixel sensor as the high-end glass Sony TX200V, better LCD and more fancy picture-taking features.

18 megapixel CMOS imaging sensor
16X optical zoom: 24 – 384 mm (f3.3 – f5.9) lens
Optical image […]

Camera News
by Brad Soo on February 28 2012

Sony Cyber-shot H90
Sony has launched four compact super-zoom cameras today, the most basic of them is this camera: the Cyber-shot H90. The Sony Cyber-shot H90 is basically a souped up version of the previously mentioned Sony Cyber-shot W690, with the H90 sporting a larger 16X zoom lens but bigger physical size.

16 megapixel CCD imaging sensor
16X optical zoom: 24 – 384 mm (f3.3 – f5.9) lens
Optical image stabilization
3 inch LCD (460,800 pixels)
Intelligent Auto with scene modes; some manual […]

Camera News
by Brad Soo on February 28 2012

Sony Cyber-shot WX150
Sony has just announced the higher end sibling to the Cyber-shot W690 launched today. The new Cyber-shot WX150 looks to be the top-end model in Sony’s 2012 Cyber-shot WX lineup. The camera shares the brand new 18 megapixel CMOS sensor first seen in the Sony TX200V glass camera launched last month.

18 megapixel CMOS imaging sensor
10X optical zoom: 25 – 25 mm (f2.6 – f6.3) lens
Optical image stabilization
3 inch LCD (460,800 pixels)
Superior Auto with […]

Camera News
by Brad Soo on February 28 2012

Sony Cyber-shot W690
Sony launched a new pocket camera with plenty of optical zoom, the Cyber-shot W690 is a small metal camera with an affordable price, stylish design. This camera is the lower-end and has a slightly less capable feature set compared to the Cyber-shot WX150, announced at the same time, which sports a similar design.

16 megapixel CCD imaging sensor
10X optical zoom: 25 – 250 mm (f3.3 – f5.9) lens
Optical image stabilization
3 inch LCD (230,400 pixels)
Intelligent Auto with […]

Site News
by Brad Soo on February 26 2012

After months in the pipeline, dpinterface is finally proud to unveil our new site design. Nearly 7 years ago, dpinterface launched as a resource geared towards regular folks, like you and me, shopping for a camera. We wanted to give our readers as much information as possible in our in-depth reviews but without having to wade through complicated camera jargon and a sea of multiple pages.

As dpinterface is about to turn 7 years old in April, we’re proud to say that our tradition and style still stands: Single-paged, unbiased, in-depth reviews… made better over the years, of course, thanks to reader feedback.

With plenty of digital cameras (and smartphones with decent cameras) continuing to swarm the market, we stepped things up a notch with our big comeback last year with lots of in-depth camera reviews. While other sites have turned to watering down their content in favor of pumping out more reviews, we still aim to provide everyone with great informative reviews as we always have.

With a new streamlined and uncluttered look, our new design takes things to the next level to focus more on camera reviews, while also improving our ability to deliver more news stories, tips and tricks and articles in photography. There’s better navigation now, so you can browse our reviews and news stories over the years: Right now we’ve got all 2012 articles and reviews accessible by brand and camera type via the bar just below our new logo; we’re still shifting through reviews and articles from 2005 to 2011 but they should be accessible and searchable over the next couple of days.

And yes, we’ve also given a facelift to our logo (the old one was so two-thousand-and-eight), maintaining the classic color scheme from our inception but making it look cleaner and more modern. We’re going to be rolling out more new features over the next couple of weeks that you will definitely appreciate… for instance, long time readers may have noticed the ‘featured’ section from our old design is gone, but that will return soon in an all new form of handpicked highlights soon. There’s a new photo gallery system coming up soon as well.

We hope you like our new design. feel free to give us your feedback and thanks for being a reader of dpinterface!

Camera News
by Brad Soo on February 8 2012

Olympus E-M5 Micro Four Thirds camera
Olympus has just announced the first ever professional level Micro Four Thirds camera, which also happens to be their new flagship. Following the ‘retro’ naming scheme started by their PEN Micro Four Thirds camera, Olympus is touting the new OM-D E-M5 camera they announced today as the digital ancestor of their old OM cameras from almost half a century ago. This means the Olympus E-M5 does not sit in the ‘PEN’ family in terms of […]

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