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Konica Minolta Dimage Z20 Review - Trusted Reviews


Konica-Minolta-Dimage-Z20Trusted Reviews has a good review of the Konica Minolta Dimage Z20 and writes - 'Picture quality is extremely good, with bright natural colours, lots of fine detail and very little lens distortion even at wide angle. There is a little bit of purple fringing on very high contrast edges, but it is not a major problem. Noise levels are very low at ISO 50, 100 and at 200 a smidgen is noticeable. At the maximum (ISO 320), noise is evident although it’s within acceptable limits. The camera’s exposure system copes well with unusual lighting such as scenes that are backlit and have high contrast, plus the fill-flash works well to brighten up dark foregrounds, although it can be a bit harsh on close range shots. The multi-zone AF system works well even in low light, and in continuous mode the predictive AF does a good job of tracking moving subjects, although unsurprisingly it can be confused by foreground detail. In macro mode the camera picks the correct – usually the closest – subject with a high level of accuracy, although the claimed 1cm closest focusing range is only available at wide angle.'

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Posted by Darren in our Reviews category on April 05, 2005

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