Digital Camera Reviews, Ratings, Tips and Comparisons Digital Camera Reviews, News, Tips and Ratings en-us 2010-02-23T18:51:36+10:00 Hot Photography Tips from Digital Photography School Over at our sister digital photography site Digital Photography School we've just published our most popular photography tips of all time. I thought it might be worth sharing them here also. Wedding Photography - 21 Tips for Amateur Wedding Photographers - a guide to wedding photography for those just getting into it. How to Make an Inexpensive Light Tent - a cool DIY photography hack to help you get some great product shots. 4 Easy Photoshop Techniques to Make Your... Tips Darren 2010-02-23T18:51:36+10:00

Nikon Unveil New Coolpix Range Nikon today have announced a range of 7 new digital cameras. They range from the budget through to more expensive and feature rich models. Nikon Coolpix P90 - a super-zoom camera with a 24x optical zoom. Nikon Coolpix L100 (another super-zoom camera). Nikon Coolpix S630 - 12MP with a 7x optical zoom. Nikon Coolpix S620 - 12MP, 4x optical zoom. Nikon Coolpix S230 - 10MP with a 3x optical zoom lens. Nikon Coolpix S220 - 10MP with 3x optical zoom.... Darren 2009-02-04T14:25:02+10:00

Canon Powershot A480, Sony Cybershot DSC-G3, Olympus SP-590UZ: New Cameras Over the last few weeks we've started to see a range of new cameras released. We're updating many of those that capture our interest at the Digital Camera and Gear blog at Digital Photography School. Here are a few new ones to hit the market: Canon Powershot A480 - 10MP, 3.3x Optical Zoom Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-G3 - 10.1MP, 4x Optical Zoom and with WiFi Olympus SP-590UZ - 12MP and with a 26x Optical Zoom Pentax Optio E70 and P70 -... Reviews Darren 2009-01-16T10:56:55+10:00

Canon EOS 50D The Canon EOS 50D builds upon the success of the great 40D and takes it up a level with a 15.1 megapixel sensor, ISO range of 100-6400 (extendable up to a whopping 12800), 3.0 inch LCD (920,000 pixels) with Live View for framing images in the LCD, a shutter speed of 30-1/8000 second, Digic IV processor, integrated cleaning system and continuous shooting at 6.3 frames per second. The Canon EOS 50D is already available for ordering at Amazon in... Canon Darren 2008-08-27T22:42:55+10:00

Nikon D90 The Nikon D90 builds on the success of previous Nikon DSLRs and breaks a little ground of its own as the first DSLR to incorporate video. Using Auto Exposure and Auto Focus that is featured in Nikon's pro model DSLRs the Nikon D90 has a 12.3 megapixel sensor, ISO range of between 100 to 6400, 3 inch LCD screen (920,000 pixels with 170 degree viewing), Live View mode (for framing shots with the LCD) and a lot of other... Nikon Darren 2008-08-27T21:48:39+10:00

Nikon SB-900 Speedlight This week Nikon have announced the Nikon SB-900 Speedlight to go with their new Nikon D700 DSLR . It is a top of the range flash and will be available in August 2008 with a retail price of $499.95 USD. Learn more about the Nikon SB-900 Speedlight in the promotional material from Nikon below. Nikon SB-900 Speedlight News Release New Nikon SB-900 Speedlight Advances Flash Technology At The Speed Of Light With Expansive Zoom And Intelligent Features Nikon’s Newest Flagship... Accessories Darren 2008-07-02T11:39:55+10:00

Nikon D700 DSLR The Nikon D700 is a 12.1 megapixel full frame (FX), professional DSLR. It's bundled up in a body that is virtually the same as the Nikon D300. In essence it's the Nikon D3 feature wise (with a few modifications) in a smaller magnesium alloy body. The Nikon D700 features five frames per second shooting, image sensor cleaning (vibration cleaning) and the first professional DSLR to come with an in built flash. It has an ISO range of 200-6400 (boostable up... Nikon Darren 2008-07-02T11:04:00+10:00

Casio Exilim EX-S10 Review at TrustedReviews Trusted Reviews has posted their review of the Casio Exilim EX-S10 where they write - 'As a small snapshooter the Casio may not suit everyone, even though it offers something for everyone. The handling is down to taste and personal physiology, so we can't expect the perfect camera, but the small form is quite fiddly. In terms of images the camera is also hit and miss, with reasonable but not great results. A stand out feature is the dynamic range... Reviews Darren 2008-04-02T21:57:56+10:00

Kodak EasyShare M893 IS Review at Pocketlint Pocket Lint reviews the Kodak EasyShare M893 IS and writes - 'The Kodak EasyShare M893 IS provides nice features within a tidy, pocketable design but image noise and sluggish performance don’t do it any favours. If you are after a reasonable snapper and you’ll print images at modest sizes you’ll be happy, but don’t buy this camera if it is 30 x 40-inch prints you’ll be wanting on a regular basis, as it might just leaving feeling disappointed.' Read more... Reviews Darren 2008-04-02T21:45:51+10:00

Canon PowerShot A470 Review at Imaging Resource Imaging Resource reviews the Canon PowerShot A470 and writes - 'Overall, the Canon PowerShot A470 is sure to be a crowd pleaser. It comes in fun colors, is easy to operate, yet offers a handful of more advanced features for more experienced users. It's small, pocketable, and has minimal controls to fiddle with. Add to this the Canon A470's great exposure and color handling, and a very low price and you have a classic bargain digital camera. What more could... Reviews Darren 2008-04-01T21:54:02+10:00

Nikon Coolpix S700 Review of Imaging Resource Imaging Resource reviews the Nikon Coolpix S700 and writes - "Small, compact, and very capable, the Nikon Coolpix S700 will please many consumers with its good color, exposure, and resolution. The Nikon S700 captures great images under a variety of conditions, thanks to its range of preset Scene modes and useful tools such as D-Lighting and Distortion Control. Face-Priority AF technology helps get the best focus on portraits, even of large groups. The 12.1-megapixel CCD captures excellent resolution and detail... Reviews Darren 2008-04-01T21:47:22+10:00

Sony DSC T300 Review at DP Review DP review has posted their review of the Sony DSC T300 and gives it a rating of 'above average'. They write - 'The question this camera raises is: if the extra megapixels added are too mushed-up by noise reduction to allow for large prints or cropping-in on images, then what are they good for? It's a question that we believe a lot of new cameras will have to answer, and needs to be considered by a potential T300 buyer.' Read... Reviews Darren 2008-03-30T21:51:50+10:00

Nikon D60 Review at Digital Photography Review DP Review has posted a review of the Nikon D60 and writes - 'In reality the biggest challenge the D60 faces is the competition; there's been an explosion of small, affordable entry-level SLRs in the 18 month or so since the D40 first appeared, and though I've never actually used live view outside the studio there's no denying it's a strong selling point at this end of the market, as is in-body stabilization. Cameras such as the Olympus E-410 (and... Reviews Darren 2008-03-30T21:47:20+10:00

Panasonic DMC-LS80 The Panasonic DMC-LS80 is an 8.1 megapixel point and shoot camera with a 3x optical zoom lens. It features a Lumix DC Vario branded 3x optical zoom lens with maximum aperture range of f/2.8 - f/5.1 as well as a 2.5 inch LCD with 230,000 pixel resolution. The Panasonic DMC-LS80 has 24 megabytes of internal memory, will take up to 270 shots with oxyride batteries and includes a similar array of features as other cameras announced by Panasonic today... Panasonic Darren 2008-01-31T14:54:19+10:00

Panasonic Lumix DMC-FS3 The Panasonic Lumix DMC-FS3 is an 8.1 megapixel point and shoot camera with a 3x optical zoom lens and 2.5 inch LCD. It features face detection technology, image stabilization, intelligent scene selection, intelligent ISO, megabytes of internal memory and much more. The FS3 comes in blue, pink, green, silver and black. The Panasonic Lumix DMC-FS3 will have a retail price of $199.95 when it becomes available in February.... Panasonic Darren 2008-01-31T14:47:46+10:00