Quality of the lens is great for a camera at this price point
Good colour reproduction, Available at a reasonable price
Dead-on white balance
Decent little camera suitable for the point and shooter
Good colour reproduction
Extra zoom power
'Overall, the E-PM1 was a fun camera to shoot with, producing surprisingly sharp, high-quality images of fast-moving action at the US Open. '
'In-camera art filters.'
'high resolution 3 inch LCD screen'
'new shutter system'
Images have good colour reproduction
HD Movies, Fast Shutter Response Times
Sharp, clean image quality
Excellent colour reproduction
'The camera is easy to grip and the menu system is simple to navigate.'
'The S3100 is very slim and light, and it feels balanced in the hand.'
'Styling wise, the Nikon Coolpix S3000 is very attractive. '
'Picture quality better than expected.'
'Despite its budget price-tag, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-S3 is a good-looking camera, with a distinctive pebble shape, rounded corners and an attractively glossy finish to the all-plastic body. '
'Despite a minimum focusing distance of 5cm the camera is capable of taking excellent macro pictures.'
'Our exterior daylight tests produced some remarkably strong shots for such a low-cost camera. '
'latest generation Venus Engine VI image processor'
'optical is generally considered more favorable by most photographers.'
'Shots taken with the TL225 are sharp at the center of the frame, averaging 2116 lines per picture height.'
'crisp, bright, beautiful 3.5-inch LCD screen'
'Poor battery life.'
'with the S620 being responsive in most situations.'
'decent compact camera'
'Noise levels are quite decent for a compact digicam.'
'Ergonomics and Controls The S620 is tiny, but it is fairly stable in hand (although it lacks any sort of serious handgrip) and it is dependably easy to use.'
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