'Ultimately the K-S1 is a very capable camera that, ironically, is let down by some of the very aspects intended to make it stand out. '
'The K-S1 is also noticeably heavier, which exacerbates my difficulties holding it comfortably, but if you have small hands, you may actually prefer the size of the K-S1.'
'Images become distinctly scrappy at the highest ISOs.'
'Not very user-friendly.'
Comfortable and intelligent design, and excellent photo quality and performance
Great, responsive and versatile tool
Nikon cleans up its full-frame act with the D600 upgrade
Pros: Excellent image quality, small and light for a full-frame camera.
For what it is and whom it’s intended for, Canon’s EOS Rebel T5 is a decent budget DSLR. Yet, it leaves us wanting more.
Rebel T5: Not bad, but not best
Ability to preview the Creative Effects
Sensor records lots of detail
Comprehensive touchscreen interface that is intuitive and efficient
Impressive noise control
Feast for the Eyes, Frustration for the Fingers
Weather-sealed body that's unique in its price class
Large pentaprism viewfinder, Weather-sealed design
Still image quality remains excellent
Very good still image quality, Eye-Fi wireless compatibility
Touch-screen operation is seamlessly integrated
World's smallest DSLR, Truly compact body
Small body size, Touchscreen
Very small and light with good grip for small to medium-size hands
Interesting set of shooting features
Large pentaprism viewfinder, 5fps burst shooting
Delivers a lot of features and performance
Strong features compared to rivals
Excellent photos you'd expect from a large sensor
Screen is more than adequate for image composition in even bright light
Great image quality, Small footprint despite large APS-C sensor
Good build quality, Controls are sensibly arranged
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