With PMA and the steady stream of new camera announcements from January to March over, things are about to become busy - summer is coming, school semesters are finishing, everyone’s getting busy, going on vacations, shopping (well, maybe less so because of the current economy…). But rest assured there will be reviews of your favorite, most sought after digital cameras here on DPInterface!
To those who wrote in to me or left comments on the site, you’ve been heard. I’ll try my best in getting out reviews of digital cameras which are popular among our readers; and of course, those requested by readers. Hey, it’s not too late to “ask for a camera review”, leave a comment here! Again, I’ll try my best - I can’t make guarantees because I’ve got a lot of cameras lined up here at the moment.
And in case you’ve missed them, here are some of the latest reviews DPInterface has published recently:
Check them out! Thank you all, for being readers of DPInterface and also for your patience.
Olympus announced their new E450 digital SLR today which is a very minor upgrade to last year’s E420. The improvements are three Art Filters, a new processor (TruePic III Plus) and a new LCD panel. Everything else remains the same as its predecessor, including its relatively compact (For an SLR) design.
(Entry-level digital SLR camera)
- 10 megapixel Live MOS sensor (2X crop factor)
- Dust reduction
- TruePic III Plus imaging processor
- 2.7 inch HyperCrystal II LCD
- Live view with contrast detect autofocus and face detection
- Full manual controls with hotshoe and RAW
- Three new Art Filters (Soft focus, pin hole, pop art)
- Wireless flash mode
- 3.5 FPS burst mode
- Takes Compact Flash and xD Picture memory cards
- Uses a lithium-ion battery
- Available in May; body only, with single kit lens (14-42 mm lens) or dual kit lenses(14-42 mm and 40-150 mm)
How’s about a review of an affordable camera? I’ve just posted my review of the Canon PowerShot A480, Canon’s latest entry-level offering with 10 megapixels, a 2.5 inch screen and VGA movie mode. You can also view pictures taken by the camera in the Canon PowerShot A480 photo gallery.
Continue reading the Canon A480 review
Here’s the Canon PowerShot A480 Photo Gallery containing full-sized pictures taken by the camera. Be sure to check out the Canon PowerShot A480 review for more about the camera.
View the Canon A480 gallery
I’ve just published my review of the Nikon Coolpix S630, a pocket-sized camera with 7X optical zoom and a very ergonomic “Sure Grip” design. As usual, full-sized photos taken straight out of the camera are available in the Nikon Coolpix S630 photo gallery. Hit the link for the full review of the camera.
Read the Coolpix S630 review
Here’s the Nikon Coolpix S630 Photo Gallery containing full-sized pictures taken by the camera. Be sure to check out the Nikon Coolpix S630 review as well.
Visit the Coolpix S630 gallery
Here’s my review of the Canon PowerShot SX1 IS, Canon’s prosumer ultra-zoom camera which has a CMOS sensor, full manual controls, full HD (1080p) movie mode, 4 FPS burst mode and a whole lot of other goodies. You can also check out photos taken straight out of the camera in the Canon PowerShot SX1 IS photo gallery. What are you waiting for? Hit that link for the full review of the Canon PowerShot SX1 IS.
Read the Canon PowerShot SX1 IS review!
Here’s the Canon PowerShot SX1 IS Photo Gallery containing full-sized pictures taken by the camera. Be sure to check out the Canon PowerShot SX1 IS review for more about the camera.
View the Canon SX1 photo gallery...