'Actually, about the only thing that's unimpressive with the S90 is its performance; those searching for digital SLR speed in a pocket camera probably won't be happy.'
'Lackluster battery performance.'
'It doesn't compete with 720 or Full HD rivals, but there is VGA video capture from devices that is much worse.'
'More importantly, the S90 offers users a good variety of controls ranging from manual to full automatic exposure shooting modes.'
'Very good camera.. Best in class, with one exception...'
'Video killed the Photograph Star - XZ-1 vs. LX5'
'my "perfect" camera'
'XZ-1 Wins Out'
'Fully articulated 2.5in screen.'
'Excellent resolution, good detail at lower ISOs (though output a little soft)'
'Superb image stabilisation'
'Nice LCD display'
'I suspect the disappointing performance remains unchanged as well.'
'the rest of the image is sharp as a tack and displays almost no noise levels.'
'extremely high contrast images'
'Compared to other enthusiast's digital cameras on the market, it is relatively inexpensive at around $250..'
'best still images possible'
'extraordinary creative performance'
'you impressive zooming capabilities'
'The new video resolution is listed in the specs as 1024 x 720 pixels, and at 30fps this is an impressively high resolution for a still camera'
'the EasyShare compacts, however.'
'Exposure accuracy in manual mode is dependent primarily on the skill and experience of the user Unlike most of its competition the Z812 IS provides direct access to exposure bracketing. '
'Unfortunately, if you want to adjust those exposure settings, you're forced to adjust them all individually; the camera lacks shutter- and aperture-priority modes.'
'Digital IS (anti-blur scene mode) will automatically select a high ISO to help eliminate or reduce blur due to camera shake and/or subject movement.'
'By ISO 800, noise increased to the Unacceptable level'
'The only drawback is that fitting so many controls into the relatively small space available on the right-hand side of the camera has relegated the zoom toggle to a less-than-ideal location.'
'competitive with some of the higher-end compact cameras.'
'Unfortunately, photo transfers to your computer will be very slow.'
'As with most compact digital cameras, higher ISOs tend to suffer from noise and image detail loss.'
'The LCD in the Electronic Viewfinder is obviously much smaller'
'The 18x super telephoto zoom gets you closer to the action than any compact digital camera on the market.'
'When powered down, the Olympus SP-550UZ is a squat, bulky looking camera, with an appearance very similar to competing Canon and Sony models.'
'image stabilization, a decent movie mode, long battery'
'digital image stabilization and an amazing sensitivity range of 50 to 4000 ISO'
'lack of sharp focus.'
'manually enabled popup flash is fairly weak - maximum flash range (in auto ISO mode) is just short of 15 feet; not very impressive for a camera with a 10X zoom.'
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