'Cons No HD video.'
'The Sony A500's grip is a little odd.'
'Coupled with their BIONZ image processor, the A500 and A550 are optimized for low-light performance and boast a range of up to 12800 ISO.'
'The A500's performance is quite robust, with power on to first shot running around 5/10 of a second.'
'The A550's viewfinder doesn't compare particularly well, though.'
'No video capture—not even standard definition.'
'poor colour accuracy and over-saturation'
'The Sony A550's grip is a little odd.'
'RAW image quality are average to good.'
'The flash can be used for AF assist by pre-flashing, though this is generally bright and obtrusive and it seems a shame that an AF-assist lamp isn't included.'
'While the picture quality of the A390 — especially with the 55-200mm lens — is very good, we're put off by some of the camera's physical aspects.'
'robust semi-professional feel'
'top LCD info panel'
'The SD15's back plate layout looks similarly sparse at first glance, with quizzically small buttons that seem dwarfed by its frame.'
'Absolute noise levels still better than those of many competing cameras,'
'the camera does hit one sour performance note: leisurely low-contrast focusing, which ratchets up low-light lag to 1.2 seconds.'
'while you can use live view to compose your photo, the feature will be disabled when continuous shooting starts.'
'barely useful Picture Project RAW processing software'
'One bit of bad news on the D40x flash – the maximum flash sync speed is down to 1/200 th of a second'
'the D40x lacks some of the nice features of other cameras in this class, such as dust reduction, depth-of-field preview, and more than 3 focus points.'
'Lacks exposure bracketing.'
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