'$999 Manufacturers are quick to claim their products are innovative and groundbreaking, but the Casio Exilim Pro EX-F1 is the real deal.'
'most futuristic camera'
'the camera is heavy, big and bulky.'
'The EX-F1 is capable of
up to 1200 frames per second.'
'with the DSC-S85 will be familiar to anyone used to point-and-shoots.'
'The addition of a Mode dial is very welcome, as it greatly simplifies camera operation and makes switching between Recording and Playback modes much faster and more intuitive.'
'fully manual exposure mode and spot metering'
'Broad feature set for the money.'
'Supports add-on lenses'
'slow shutter speed'
Very good photo quality
'The raised zoom rocker on the back of the camera is easy to use and the ridged mode dial clicks through its options with a satisfying level of resistance.'
'Pictures look soft, needs a manual setting, no image stabilisation.'
'Even at this low price, the build quality of the D40 is excellent.'
'Out of the box, the body of the D40X felt comparatively light at 522g.'
'This sharply-priced camera
on other models are absent.'
'I've made great 20x30" prints from my D40.'
'If we take issue it's that image-writing times are quite sluggish - the camera freezing for 5 seconds while a 14-megapixel JPEG file is being committed to SD card for example.'
'Purple/blue fringing around subjects in high-contrast areas is common to megazooms, but the Z981 produces above average amounts of it.'
'Kodak's EasyShare Z981 includes the company's face detection technology, capable of detecting up to five faces in a scene.'
Waterproof to 10m
'There are several features of the Canon Powershot D10 that canon are particularly proud of such as the Smart auto mode.'
'the Canon PowerShot SD10 Digital ELPH is one of the world's smallest digital cameras'
'Selecting settings is somewhat confusing, because both buttons on the back bring up menus, with only icons and single words for identification.'
'Reds are a little warm, blues are a bit bright, and greens are a bit too vibrant, but most casual shooters probably won't consider this a fault.'
'Supports wide- and telephoto-conversion lenses.'
'Noticeable shutter delay.'
'No AF illuminator'
'Some annoyances include the lousy movie mode, lack of a file numbering system, and poor low light focusing. '
'More megapixels means you can crop and still get a great picture.'
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