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    Nikon D100

    Nikon D100

    The Nikon D100 is a discontinued 6-megapixel digital single-lens reflex camera designed for professionals and advanced hobbyists. It was introduced on February 21, 2002 at the PMA Annual Convention and Trade Show as a direct competitor to the Canon EOS D60. With a price of $1,999 for the body only in the US, it was the second 6-megapixel DSLR to break the $2000 barrier, after the EOS D60. Although the name D100 suggested that it was a digital version of the Nikon F100, the camera design more closely resembles the Nikon F80 (also known as Nikon N80 in U.S.), which is a much more consumer-oriented camera than the professional F100. The price of the camera dropped over time to $1699 in May 2003, and $1499 in December 2003. In the Spring of 2004 Nikon released the D70, which offered similar features to the D100 at a lower price of $999. However, Nikon continued to produce the D100 until 2005 when a more advanced and professional-oriented successor, the Nikon D200, was released.
    9.00
    7 votes
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    DiMAGE A2

    DiMAGE A2

    DiMAGE A2 is a digital camera which was manufactured by Konica Minolta. The following information was pulled from the original Konica Minolta website located here: Konica Minolta A2 Product Page The Konica Minolta DiMAGE A2 (it will be referred to as 'A2' in this article) was the successor to the A1. The A2 has an 8 megapixel CCD. The model is now discontinued. Sony bought out the Konica Minolta ( Engadget Article detailing the buyout) line and from that came the new Sony line called the Alpha series. The A2 is feature rich including items not found all in one on other cameras including a manual focus ring, time lapse options, a high resolution 922,000 pixel viewfinder as well as an articulating rear 1.8 inch screen, a 7x zoom barrel. The quality of the image is excellent for most amateur photographers. It is not considered a full SLR however, the lens cannot be changed and the viewfinder is still a digital representation of the object. For more detail, see the Konica Minolta product page or these excellent links of reviews and specifications:
    9.40
    5 votes
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    Canon EOS 300D

    Canon EOS 300D

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Manufacturer: Canon
    The Canon EOS 300D, manufactured by Canon, marketed in North America as the EOS Digital Rebel, and in Japan as the EOS Kiss Digital, is a 6.3-megapixel entry-level digital single-lens reflex camera. It was initially announced on 20 August 2003 at a price point of $899 without lens, $999 with the "kit" lens. It is part of the Canon EOS line of cameras. This was a significant milestone in digital cameras, as it was the first digital SLR offered under $1000. The 300D polycarbonate bodies were originally available in North America in silver color only, whereas the Japanese version was also available in black. Later, black versions of the 300D were also released in the US and Europe. The 300D was one of the first digital SLR (single lens reflex) cameras that cost less than 1000 euros (£830 at January 2012 exchange rates). It is often regarded as the little brother of the prosumer Canon EOS 10D, which features virtually the same CMOS image sensor and image processing chip. Several 10D features can be unlocked and used in the 300D by using non-official operating software. The 300D was the first camera to use the Canon EF-S lens mount. It also takes the EF lens mount lenses. Canon
    7.14
    7 votes
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    Olympus E-520

    Olympus E-520

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Sensor type: CMOS sensor
    • Manufacturer: Olympus Corporation
    The Olympus E-520 (or Olympus EVOLT E-520 in North America) is a 10 megapixel digital single-lens reflex (DSLR) camera. Announced in May 2008 to succeed the E-510, it adds face detection technology, auto focus Live preview, wireless flash capability and shadow adjustment technology. It also features a slightly larger LCD screen designed to improve contrast and give a wider angle of viewing and a faster continuous shooting speed. The E-520 uses Olympus' patented Supersonic Wave Filter dust reduction system to shake dust from the sensor during startup and when requested by the user. This system largely eliminates the problem of dust accumulation on the surface of the image sensor. The E-520 body and lens mount also conform to the "Four Thirds System" standard, providing compatibility with other lenses for that system.
    9.00
    5 votes
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    Panasonic lumix dmc-fz100

    Panasonic lumix dmc-fz100

    The Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ100 is a superzoom bridge digital camera, similar to the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ40 but with an articulating LCD panel, 1080i HD video, flash hotshoe, and a Live MOS sensor rather than a CCD sensor found in the FZ40 and the rest of Panasonic's fixed-lens digital cameras. Apart from the LCD panel, it has a digital viewfinder that allows an SLR-like but digital view of the image that helps view the frame in bright light conditions with lower battery power usage. Media related to Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ100 at Wikimedia Commons
    9.00
    5 votes
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    Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ7

    Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ7

    The Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ7 is a 6 megapixel superzoom bridge digital camera that utilizes Panasonic's Venus II Engine. It features a 12x zoom lens and several modes of operation. It was replaced in 2007 by the DMC-FZ8 The main improvement over its predecessor, the FZ5, is a thumb joystick that can be used for manual focusing and for changing the exposure (shutter speed and aperture values) for a full manual shot. The lens is manufactured by the German company Leica Camera. An optical image stabilization system is embedded in the lens, reducing blurring by compensating for camera shake. Video recording is available at either 10 frames per second ( frame/s) or 30 frame/s in VGA (640×480), QVGA (320×240) or wide-screen 16:9 (848×480) resolutions. The image can be directly outputted to a TV via a provided RCA cable. The camera was reviewed in April 2006 by PC Magazine and was awarded Editor's Choice. The camera also won a Gold award in 2006 from DIWA (Digital Imaging Websites Association). The features are comparable to the ones offered by the Canon PowerShot S3 IS, among other cameras. Among the main disadvantages is high noise in low-light conditions.
    9.00
    5 votes
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    Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX3

    Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX3

    The Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX3, or LX3, is a high-end compact "point and shoot" camera launched by Panasonic in late 2008 to succeed the LX2. The camera was well received by photographers and is often said to be the best camera of its type. The LX3 has:. Similar high-end compact cameras are the LX3's sister camera, the Leica D-Lux 4, the Canon PowerShot S90, and the Samsung TL500/EX1. The Leica D-Lux 4 is very similar to the LX3, sharing most of the design and the mechanical components. The main difference is the more pronounced grip on the LX3, the firmware which processes the JPG files in warmer hues on the D-Lux4 and the fact that D-Lux4 comes bundled with Capture One image processing software. Panasonic has continued to improve the firmware. The v. 2.1 firmware claims improved performance, a 20% improvement in autofocus speed, and new features such as a 1:1 aspect ratio and focus resume. On July 30, 2010, Panasonic released another firmware update for the LX3. The stated reason behind the update is 'Optimization of software processing', with an additional comment stating 'Change in software version has no effect on camera performance'. Panasonic launched the successor to the LX3,
    7.67
    6 votes
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    Canon EOS DCS 1

    The Canon EOS DCS 1 was Kodak's second Canon-based Digital SLR camera (a rebranded Kodak EOS DCS-1). It was released in December 1995, following the cheaper EOS DCS 3, which had been released earlier that year. Like that camera, it combined an EOS-1N body with a modified Kodak DCS 460 digital back. Despite offering a then-enormous resolution of 6 megapixels, with a relatively large APS-H sensor, a number of technical issues (together with its 3.6 million yen price point) meant that it never became a very popular camera outside of a few, very specialized roles. Although the sensor was much larger than that in the EOS DCS 3, the DCS 1 had a lower fixed sensitivity of ISO 80. The large image size resulted in a burst rate of just over one image per second for two images, followed by an eight-second delay whilst clearing the buffer. A typical contemporary 340MB PCMCIA card or IBM Microdrive could store 53 images. In common with the rest of the Kodak DCS range, the EOS DCS 1 could not produce JPEG files in camera. The EOS DCS 1 was succeeded in 1998 by the EOS D6000 (a rebranded Kodak DCS 560).
    8.80
    5 votes
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    Sony Cyber-shot DSC-H7

    Sony Cyber-shot DSC-H7

    • Format: Bridge digital camera
    • Sensor type: Charge-coupled device
    • Manufacturer: Sony
    The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-H7, announced at February 27th, 2007, is a "Super-Zoom" digital camera from Sony's Cyber-shot line, available in Black and Silver finishes . It has 15x Optical Zoom and 8.1 Megapixel resolution.
    7.50
    6 votes
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    Nikon Coolpix L100

    Nikon Coolpix L100

    The Nikon Coolpix L100 is a semi-compact digital camera produced by Nikon Corporation. It belongs to the "Life" series of Nikon digital cameras, which are intended for beginner and amateur users. The Nikon Coolpix L100 provides good results without the operator needing to acquire professional-level skills. The L100 is a good choice for beginners and amateurs. With an optical zoom of 15x, it is an improvement over other compact digital cameras that generally have a maximum optical zoom of 5x. The Nikon Coolpix L100 competes against the Sony DSC-H20 and Canon Sx120, which have similar configurations and prices. Due to a bug in the camera's firmware, rechargeable batteries cannot keep up with the power demands of the camera. An upgrade of the firmware is available from the company's website.
    8.40
    5 votes
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    Coolpix 995

    Coolpix 995

    The Nikon Coolpix 995 was announced on April 25, 2001 to supersede the Coolpix 990 in the Nikon Coolpix series. Similar in appearance to the 990, changes include a switch to a high-impact plastic case for the lens half of the swivel body, a pop-up flash to reduce red-eye by moving the bulb away from the lens, an increase in zoom capability to 4x, CompactFlash Type II compatibility and use of the EN-EL1 rechargeable Li-Ion battery in place of the previous four AA batteries. The Coolpix 9xx series of cameras is noteworthy for the swivel style body. This allowed the user to rotate the lens with respect to the LCD screen and controls providing comfortable viewing in a wide range of shooting positions. The swivel body also allowed a physically much larger lens to be packaged into the camera with a wide telephoto range and exceptional macro capabilities. The internal lens does not use a pop out design and a fixed 28mm threaded lens mounting ring was included at the front. The diameter of the mounting ring happens to coincide with that of most clinical microscopes, resulting in the 9xx series becoming popular for hand-held eyepiece-projection photomicrography. This mounting ring is
    8.20
    5 votes
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    Nikon D3S

    Nikon D3S

    The Nikon D3S is a 12.1 megapixel professional-grade full frame (35mm) digital single-lens reflex camera (DSLR) announced by Nikon Corporation on 14 October 2009. The D3S is the fourth camera in Nikon's line to feature a full frame sensor, following the D3, D700 and D3X. It is also Nikon's first full frame camera to feature HD video recording. While it retains the same number of pixels as its predecessor, the imaging sensor has been completely redesigned. Nikon claims improved ultra-high image sensor sensitivity with up to ISO 102400, HD movie capability for extremely low-lit situations, image sensor cleaning, optimized workflow speed, improved autofocus and metering, enhanced built-in RAW processor, quiet shutter-release mode, up to 4,200 frames per battery charge and other changes compared with the D3. It was replaced by the D4 as Nikon's high speed flagship DSLR. Many independent reviews and comparisons show that image noise was improved up to 2 stops compared to the Nikon D3 or D700. Other functions, especially autofocus and speed, support this, causing PhotographyBlog to conclude: “hand-held photography anytime, anywhere, without flash”. There are comparisons with the Canon
    7.60
    5 votes
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    Leica M9

    Leica M9

    • Format: Rangefinder camera
    • Sensor type: Charge-coupled device
    • Manufacturer: Leica
    The Leica M9 is a digital full-frame rangefinder camera. It was introduced by Leica Camera AG in September 2009, and is the successor to the Leica M8 camera. The M9 uses an 18.5-megapixel Kodak image sensor, and is compatible with almost all M mount lenses. The M9 uses an 18.5-megapixel Kodak (KAF-18500) CCD image sensor which was developed specifically for the camera. The M9 supports most M mount lenses—with only a few older models not suitable due to protruding elements of the lens into the camera body. The M9 was introduced by Leica on 9 September 2009 in New York City. The launch (which also introduced the Leica X1 and Leica S2 models) included a live video webcast, and featured a guest appearance by the musician Seal. Independent reviews with sample photos are available. In 2011 Leica verified a malfunction that may prevent the camera from saving images to certain SanDisk cards and issued a firmware update in July 2012 that made "further improvements of SD-Card compatibility". In 2010 Leica released the Leica M9 Titanium camera body (a variant of the M9) which was designed by Walter de'Silva. The body and supplied lens (a Summilux-M 35mm f/1.4 ASPH) are both built from solid
    8.75
    4 votes
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    Leica M8

    Leica M8

    • Format: Rangefinder camera
    • Sensor type: Charge-coupled device
    • Manufacturer: Leica
    The Leica M8 is the first digital camera in the rangefinder M series introduced by Leica Camera AG on 14 September 2006. It uses a 10.3-megapixel Kodak KAF-10500 CCD image sensor. As of 15/07/2011, the most recent firmware version is 2.014. The M8 body is slightly thicker than the classic MP and M7 (approximately ~14% thicker). It is an all-metal body made of a high-strength magnesium alloy. The top and base plates are cut from brass billets, before receiving a black or silver chrome finish. The M8 supports all existing Leica M-mount lenses, however some older models might not function properly due to the protruding elements of lens into the camera. All lenses are multiplied by a 1.33x crop factor, hence a 28mm lens will act approximately like a 35mm when mounted to the M8. Because the sensor lacks an infrared filter, an IR-cut filter in front of the lens is recommended. In addition, Leica chooses to omit the Anti-Alias filter, citing the reason for higher resolution power of the lens. However, the moiré artifacts can occur in scenes with closely spaced geometric patterns, such as fabric or mesh, distant buildings, balcony railings, corrugated roofing etc. The M8 uses modern
    7.40
    5 votes
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    Nikon Coolpix P80

    Nikon Coolpix P80

    The Coolpix P80 is a digital camera produced by Nikon. It was introduced in Spring 2008. Its image sensor is a CCD with 10.1 million pixels. It has a 2.7-inch (69 mm) thin-film transistor liquid crystal display device with 230,000 pixels. The P80 comes with 18x optical zoom NIKKOR lens with VR optical image stabilization. Image processor provides several features including: Face-priority AF, in-camera Red-Eye fix, D-lighting, Backlight and Panorama assist. This camera can be used to record video in AVI-format and audio in WAV-format. Interface is standard USB port. It can be used to connect camera directly to printer that supports PictBridge interface. Video output can be selected between NTSC and PAL. Completely charged battery is sufficient to take approximately 250 shots. In March 2009 this model was replaced by the Nikon Coolpix P90 featuring a 12-Mpixels image sensor and a 24x Zoom lens. Media related to Nikon Coolpix P80 at Wikimedia Commons
    6.33
    6 votes
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    Ricoh GR Digital II

    Ricoh GR Digital II

    • Format: Point and shoot camera
    • Sensor type: Charge-coupled device
    • Manufacturer: Ricoh
    The Ricoh GR Digital II is a compact digital camera, and the successor of the Ricoh GR Digital. The GR Digital II first went on sale in Japan at the end of November 2007. The Ricoh GR Digital II was succeeded by the Ricoh GR Digital III. Ricoh GR Digital II with viewfinder
    6.33
    6 votes
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    Canon EOS 7D

    Canon EOS 7D

    The Canon EOS 7D is an 18.0 effective megapixel APS-C crop CMOS digital single-lens reflex camera made by Canon. It was announced on 1 September 2009 with a suggested retail price of US$1,699. Among its features are HD video recording, its 8.0 frames per second continuous shooting, new viewfinder which offers 1.0X magnification and 100% coverage 19 point auto-focus system, movie mode, and built-in Speedlite transmitter. The 7D has 19 autofocus points arranged in a horizontal diamond pattern. The AF system is a new design which uses a translucent LCD display in the viewfinder. The camera uses TTL 63 zone color sensitive metering system with four variations (evaluative, center-weighted, partial, spot) and exposure compensation of −3 EV to +3 EV in steps of 1/3 EV.E-TTL II flash metering is provided. The translucent LCD can also display guide lines and the spot metering area circle. As with most other video-capable DSLRs, the Canon EOS 7D’s autofocusing function does not work while recording video. Instead, users can only trigger a contrast-detect AF cycle before recording process by hitting the AF button on the camera's rear panel. Users can manually focus the lens during a
    7.20
    5 votes
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    Nikon 4500

    Nikon 4500

    The Nikon Coolpix 4500 is a digital camera - the last of the famous 950-995 lineup of swivel lens models. Most of its features match the Nikon 995. It's a 4 MP model with 4x optical zoom lens and has many manual controls. Like its predecessors, it takes sharp photos (though some claim the 995 is sharper) and has a long shutter lag.
    8.25
    4 votes
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    Sony α 900

    Sony α 900

    The α900 (DSLR-A900) is a full-frame digital SLR camera, produced by Sony. An early design study of the camera was shown at PMA on 8 March 2007, and a newer prototype announced at PMA 2008 on 31 January 2008. Sony officially introduced the final camera on 9 September 2008 prior to photokina 2008. In October 2011, Sony Japan announced the camera's end of production. The specifications include: 24.6-megapixel CMOS sensor, 5 frame/s burst mode, dual BIONZ processors, 100% viewfinder, 9-point AF with 10 assist points, inbuilt image sensor shift stabilization and intelligent preview. It does not have video/movie recording. This mode, first introduced on the DSLR-A900, allows the photographer to take a sample image at the current settings. When this mode is enabled in the settings (default), then using the depth of field (DOF) preview button makes a preview image of the subject. The display shows the image and its image histogram, but it is not stored on the memory card. At that point, the photographer can accept current settings or simulate how the image (and histogram) would look with changes in aperture, shutter speed, Dynamic Range optimizer and white balance. If the photographer
    8.25
    4 votes
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    FinePix S9000

    FinePix S9000

    Fujifilm FinePix S9500 or FinePix S9000 is a bridge digital camera released by Fujifilm in 2005 and intended for the enthusiastic amateur. It had been superseded by the FinePix S100fs. It has a long list of advanced prosumer features, like combining having wide-angle ability (28 mm equivalent on a 35 mm camera), full range of manual settings, mechanical zoom ring, high ISO-sensitivities and some of the versatile features of Live-Preview Digital cameras (LPDs) like movie mode, movable LCD panel, macro mode...etc.
    6.17
    6 votes
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    Kodak DCS Pro 14n

    The Kodak Professional DCS Pro 14n is a professional Nikon F80 based F-mount digital SLR produced by Eastman Kodak. It was announced at the photographic trade show Photokina in Germany during September 2002; production examples became available in May 2003. Featuring a 13.89 Megapixel (4560 x 3048 pixels total) full frame 24 x 36 mm CMOS sensor, the DCS Pro 14n was the third full-frame digital SLR to reach the market, after the unsuccessful and short lived Contax N Digital and the successful Canon EOS-1Ds . All previous digital SLRs had sensors smaller than a film frame and thus had a crop factor larger than 1.0, making a wide-angle field of view difficult to achieve. In September 2003 Kodak announced the availability of a memory upgrade from 256 MB to 512 MB to DCS Pro 14n owners. The 512 MB version of the camera is often unofficially referred to as Kodak Professional DCS Pro 14n 512. A monochrome variant, known unofficially as Kodak Professional DCS Pro 14n m and based on the same CMOS image sensor, existed as well. The DCS Pro 14n was replaced by the Kodak Professional DCS Pro SLR/n, released in 2004, which was a similar, but improved model. In particular, the new camera
    7.00
    5 votes
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    Nikon Coolpix L15

    Nikon Coolpix L15

    The Coolpix L15 is a compact point-and-shoot digital camera produced by Nikon. It is branded as part of the "Life" or "L-series" cameras in the Coolpix family. It has an 8.0 megapixel maximum resolution, 2.8" TFT LCD monitor, 3x Optical Zoom, D-Lighting, Vibration Reduction and Face-priority AF. It is no longer in production.
    7.00
    5 votes
    23
    Canon EOS-1D Mark II

    Canon EOS-1D Mark II

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Sensor type: CMOS sensor
    • Manufacturer: Canon
    The EOS 1D Mark II is a professional 8.2 megapixel digital single lens reflex camera (DSLR) camera body produced by Canon. The EOS 1D Mark II is the successor of the EOS 1D.
    8.00
    4 votes
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    Canon PowerShot A570 IS

    Canon PowerShot A570 IS

    • Format: Compact
    • Sensor type: Charge-coupled device
    • Manufacturer: Canon
    The Cannon PowerShot A570 IS is designed for the demanding family photographer. It features: See CHDK
    8.00
    4 votes
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    HP PhotoSmart 43x series

    HP PhotoSmart 43x series

    HP PhotoSmart 43x series is a family of digital camera models produced and manufactured by Hewlett-Packard. It uses SD cards, MMC, and 2 AA batteries.
    8.00
    4 votes
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    Nikon D700

    Nikon D700

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Sensor type: CMOS sensor
    • Manufacturer: Nikon Corporation
    The Nikon D700 is a semi-professional grade full-frame digital single-lens reflex camera introduced by the Nikon Corporation in July 2008 and manufactured in Japan. It uses the same 12.1 megapixel "FX" CMOS image sensor as the Nikon D3, and is Nikon's second full-frame digital SLR camera. The D700's full-frame sensor allows the use of non-DX F-mount lenses to their fullest advantage, with no crop factor. When a DX lens is mounted on the D700, either the DX-sized portion, or the (vignetted) FX-sized portion of the camera's sensor can be used. The D700 has a built in autofocus motor for all Nikon autofocus-lenses, includes CPU and metering for older Nikon F-mount AI/AI-S lenses, and supports PC-E lenses. The D700 bears a physical similarity to the Nikon D300, which uses the same MB-D10 battery pack and EN-EL3e battery. As of 2012, the Nikon D3X, the D3/D3s, D4 and D700 are the only Nikon DSLR models that are manufactured in Japan. It was replaced by the D800 as Nikon's compact professional DSLR. The Nikon D700 has been tested by many independent reviewers and has generally received high marks. It achieved a top ranking in the DxOmark Sensor ranking and is currently ranked ninth
    8.00
    4 votes
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    Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ8

    Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ8

    • Format: Compact
    • Sensor type: Charge-coupled device
    • Manufacturer: Panasonic
    The Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ8 is a superzoom bridge digital camera that features: As with most Panasonic Lumix cameras, it uses a Venus Engine, in this case, the Venus Engine III. The camera has a 2.5" color LCD display and a color electronic viewfinder, and is available in two colors, black (suffix K) and silver (suffix S). The DMC-FZ8 became available in the USA in February 2007 at a recommended retail price of $350.
    8.00
    4 votes
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    Panasonic Lumix DMC-L1

    Panasonic Lumix DMC-L1

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Manufacturer: Panasonic
    The Lumix DMC-L1 was Panasonic's first digital single-lens reflex camera, and was announced in February 2006. This camera adheres to the Four Thirds System lens mount standard, making it the first non-Olympus Four Thirds camera, and thus confirming that the Four Thirds System is a semi-open standard such that compatible camera bodies can be built by different companies. The Lumix DMC-L1, together with the Olympus E-330 (with which it shares some technology), were the first DSLRs that featured live view, a capability later copied by other manufacturers. Live view makes it possible to preview the image on the LCD screen while composing the picture, and is particularly useful for high- and low-angled shots when it is uncomfortable or not feasible for the user to bring the eye to the viewfinder. The camera was introduced with a new Leica D Vario-Elmarit 14–50mm f/2.8–3.5 lens (a 28-100mm 35mm equivalent), the first Leica lens for the Four Thirds System, and the first Four Thirds lens with image stabilization. The image stabilization can allow 2–3 stops lower shutter speed, and the quality of the lens is such that its value may exceed that of the camera body, and helps explain the
    8.00
    4 votes
    29

    Pentax *istD

    Pentax introduced its first digital SLR camera in October 2003, the oddly named *ist D (pronounced "ist-dee"). The *ist D combines a high-performance, APS-sized 6.1 effective megapixel CCD image sensor, Pentax K mount, pentaprism viewfinder, and a 1.8 inch LCD monitor in one of the world's smallest and lightest digital SLR camera bodies. It was originally priced at $1,699 for the camera body, or $1899 with an 18-35 mm lens. In September 2004, Pentax announced the *ist DS, similar to the *ist D but aimed at a lower price point to compete against the Canon Digital Rebel (EOS 300D). It was priced at $899 for the camera body only, or $999 with a Pentax-DA Zoom 18-55 mm F3.5-F5.6 AL lens. In February 2006, Pentax introduced the *ist DL. This was the lightest DSLR camera in the world when it was first launched. It was an even lower price model after Pentax istDS. Pentax istDL uses pentamirror rather than original bright pentaprism as of istDS for the viewfinder. Focusing system was also downgraded to have 3 focusing points only.
    8.00
    4 votes
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    Pentax K200D

    Pentax K200D

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Sensor type: Charge-coupled device
    • Manufacturer: Pentax
    The Pentax K200D is a 10.2 megapixel digital single-lens reflex camera, announced on January 24, 2008, along with the higher-end K20D. It was discontinued in December 2008, giving it the distinction of being one of the shortest-lived DSLR cameras. The K200D is the successor to the well-reviewed K100D, K110D, and K100D Super 6-megapixel DSLRs from Pentax. The K200D adopts several of the features of the more advanced K10D, namely its 10.2 megapixel CCD sensor and weather-sealed body. The MSRP of the Pentax K200D is $620 for the body only, or $699 with an updated 18-55mm II f/3.5-5.6 kit lens. The Pentax K200D has 60 seals for weather/dust resistance. It uses non-proprietary AA batteries like previous Pentax entry-level offerings. The K200D's lens mount is the Pentax K-mount; so it is compatible with lenses dating as far back as 1973 without the use of adaptors. The K200D's on-board flash can be used to wirelessly control Pentax or compatible flashes as a Master (The on board flash fires during the capture), or as a Controller (The on board flash does not fire during the capture). This supports P-TTL, but can also be used to fire the external flashes in Auto or Manual Mode. The K200D
    8.00
    4 votes
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    Canon EOS 50D

    Canon EOS 50D

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Sensor type: CMOS sensor
    • Manufacturer: Canon
    The Canon EOS 50D is a 15.1-megapixel digital single-lens reflex camera. It is part of the Canon EOS line of cameras, succeeding the EOS 40D and preceding the EOS 60D. Canon announced the camera on 26 August 2008. The camera was released on 6 October 2008. The 50D has many similar characteristics to its predecessor, the 40D. This includes various shooting modes, the ability to change ISO and white balance, a pop-up flash unit, and an LCD screen. The LCD screen is the same size (3.0") as the 40D but has a higher resolution (920k pixels) than any previous model. It is also the final Canon xxD to use a CompactFlash or Microdrive for memory storage, along with the BP-511 series battery. The 50D has a higher pixel count (15.1 megapixels), hence higher shooting resolutions, than its predecessor and, like the 40D, has a 14-bit RAW format. The camera has Live View, which allows photographers to use the LCD screen as the viewfinder. Because the sensor mirror needs to be in the locked position (see Live preview), shutter noise is reduced in this mode. The 50D also has a dedicated LiveView button. The features of this camera can be greatly increased through the use of a custom firmware
    6.80
    5 votes
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    Digital Classic Camera Leica M3

    Digital Classic Camera Leica M3

    The Digital Classic Camera Leica M3 is a miniature replica camera with the outer appearance of an old Leica M3 viewfinder camera. It comes delivered in a massive wooden box. Its digital camera processor is made by Zoran. Its body is made of metal, covered with leatherette. Some of the metal levers are movable but without function. The camera is very small and light. A special flash in oldtime style is available for Minox's series of classic analog and digital replicas. Two buttons and the 2 digit display are the user interface, a special USB-cable must be plugged in as a computer interface. Despite its proper image quality it could also be seen as a toy camera, or even better as a 'model camera'. In webcam mode it has only a resolution of 320x240 pixels. This is the first version with a LCD Screen and a SD slot.
    9.00
    3 votes
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    Olympus PEN E-P1

    Olympus PEN E-P1

    • Sensor type: Live MOS
    The Olympus PEN E-P1 announced on 16 June 2009 is Olympus Corporation's first camera that adheres to the Micro Four Thirds (MFT) system design standard. The first camera to use the Micro Four Thirds mount was the Panasonic's G-1 camera. The design of the camera is reminiscent of the Olympus PEN half frame film cameras and is marketed as the Olympus digital PEN. The model presented on 16 June 2009 was very similar to the Olympus PEN F. Initially, two lenses were available from Olympus, one 14–42 mm f/3.5–5.6 zoom and a 17 mm f/2.8 pancake prime lens. Remarkably, with the exception of the optical viewfinder, the E-P1 seemed to fit most of the features found on the Olympus E-620, a larger Four Thirds system DSLR, into the small, compact MFT form factor. In addition to Micro Four Thirds lenses, Olympus offers adapters allowing the use of Four Thirds lenses, or OM Zuiko lenses originally manufactured for use on the classic OM series of film SLR cameras that Olympus was famed for years ago. The E-P1 does not have a built-in optical or electronic viewfinder, but instead uses the large 3-inch (76 mm) inch color "HyperCrystal" LCD on the back of the camera. The fixed LCD panel with
    9.00
    3 votes
    34
    Canon EOS D2000

    Canon EOS D2000

    The Canon EOS D2000 (a Canon branded Kodak DCS 520) is a 2-megapixel digital single-lens reflex camera developed by Kodak on a Canon EOS-1N body. It was released in March 1998. It features a CCD sensor and can shoot at 3.5 frames per second. Many enthusiasts regard the D2000 as Canon's first truly usable Digital SLR. It was released in tandem with the Canon EOS D6000 (a rebranded Kodak DCS 560), a 6-megapixel model. Like its predecessor, the EOS DCS 3, the D2000 uses an EOS-1N camera body with a Kodak digital back. However, the digital back was completely redesigned, being better integrated into the body, using a higher-resolution APS-C sized sensor, adding a second PCMCIA card slot, replacing the SCSI interface with an IEEE1394 interface, and adding a color screen for viewing images that had been taken, a feature that was lacking from the DCS 3 and the higher-end DCS 1. Other incremental improvements such as a higher shooting rate and a swappable, rechargeable battery pack were included. The D2000 was the last of the Kodak / Canon press cameras. It was sold by Kodak until at least as late as 2001. Canon's first home-grown professional digital SLR, the Canon EOS-1D, was launched
    7.75
    4 votes
    35
    Contax N Digital

    Contax N Digital

    The Contax N Digital was a six-megapixel digital SLR camera produced by Contax in Japan. The camera was announced in late 2000, and began to be sold in spring 2002, after several delays. The camera received mixed reviews from the press, and was withdrawn from the market within a year of its introduction. It was noteworthy for being the first full-frame digital SLR, with an imaging chip the full size of a 135 film frame. All previous digital SLRs had a smaller sensor, giving a cropped view (see magnification factor). The imaging sensor was a Philips FTF3020-C, which had previously been used in the Jenoptik Eyelike medium format digital back. Pentax also planned to use the sensor in a full-frame digital SLR, the Pentax MZ-D, but abandoned work on the prototype in late 2001. The sensor featured ISO settings as low as ISO 25, but the reviews noted that it had a relatively high noise level above ISO 100. The next full-frame digital SLRs were the Canon EOS-1Ds of late 2002, followed by Kodak's DCS Pro 14n in 2003. In 2008 Sony and Nikon also introduced full-frame models. The N Digital was based on the short-lived Contax N range of 35mm film SLRs, and used the Contax N-Mount lens system.
    7.75
    4 votes
    36
    Nikon Coolpix L20

    Nikon Coolpix L20

    The L20 is rather small camera (even by compact standards), measuring 96.5 × 61 × 29 mm, it weighs almost 135 gm (including batteries and memory card). Its sister model L19 is about 4 gm lighter, that's because its LCD is comparatively smaller. Like all in the series it has a shining plastic body built to Nikon's usual high standards and is pleasing to eye. It is available in Deep Red (most popular), Navy Blue, Black Metallic and Bright Silver, while its variant L19 is present as Magenta and Shiny Pink as an extra choice.
    7.75
    4 votes
    37

    Leica Digilux 1

    The Leica Digilux 1 was released in 2002, roughly the same time as the Canon G2 and the Nikon 2000. It is the second of Leica's digital offerings. Where the original Digilux was developed in partnership with Fuji Camera, the Digilux 1 was developed in partnership with Panasonic with whom Leica continues to partner in sharing technologies—Leica shares their ability to design superb lenses, and Panasonic designs the camera electronics. According to Leica, this allows both companies to design cameras that creates a harmonious matching of lens to sensor to produce color and contrast to Leica standards. Billed as the digital reportage camera, the Leica Digilux 1 shares almost everything with its Panasonic brother, the DMC-LC5. At the time, the Digilux 1 boasted the lowest shutter lag in comparison to other cameras in its class, in combination with its fast lens, made the camera suitable for photo reportage / photojournalistic applications. As for differences, the Digilux 1 is housed in a retro box that harkens back to the designs of Leica rangefinders, the LC5 is housed in a more modern casing, but retains identical controls. In appearance and in size, it is very similar to the Leica CM
    7.50
    4 votes
    38
    Pentax *ist D

    Pentax *ist D

    Pentax *ist D is a digital SLR camera produced by Pentax, released in 2003. The *ist D produces a 6.1 megapixel resolution image, using same sensor as Nikon D100. It was the smallest and lightest dSLR at the time, but still well equipped. For example, it had a large and bright pentaprism viewfinder, compared to pentamirror in other similarly priced competition. Media related to Pentax *istD at Wikimedia Commons
    7.50
    4 votes
    39
    Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W200

    Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W200

    • Format: Compact
    • Sensor type: Charge-coupled device
    • Manufacturer: Sony
    The Cyber-shot DSC-W200 is an 12.1 megapixel digital camera in Sony's W series of Cyber-shot cameras. It was announced by Sony on 28 February, 2007 and carried an MSRP of US$399.99. W200
    7.50
    4 votes
    40
    Canon PowerShot S1 IS

    Canon PowerShot S1 IS

    The Canon PowerShot S1 IS is a 3.2 megapixel digital camera announced on February 9, 2004. It was the second of Canon's cameras in the superzoom category, with an integrated 10x zoom lens and image stabilization technology (IS). Its predecessor was the Canon PowerShot Pro90, a $1,500 camera, with both 10x zoom lens and IS, but with only 2.6 megapixels. The PowerShot S1 IS has taken a few design cues from Canon's G series cameras, but rounds out the lines in a body made of two-tone silvered plastic with a couple of metallic surfaces. It was one of the first cameras to offer a 30frame/s, full-VGA movie mode, limited to 1 GB in size (although multiple 1 GB movies can be created). The S1 IS is not a small camera. Although relatively compact, its deep grip area and rounded top makes it look bigger than cameras such as the G5.
    8.67
    3 votes
    41
    Canon PowerShot S95

    Canon PowerShot S95

    The Canon PowerShot S95 is a high-end 10.0 megapixel compact digital camera announced and released in 2010. It was designed as the successor to the Canon PowerShot S90 in the S series of the Canon PowerShot line of cameras. This model is commonly considered high-end, professional, or prosumer because of both its price, its feature set, and its high sensitivity image sensor. Its 10-megapixel image sensor is larger than typical sensors found in point and shoot cameras. This, along with the advanced image stabilization system, allows for sharp images in lower light scenarios, at an ISO of up to 3,200. The S95 is similar to the S90, but adds a number of refinements. Among other things, it features a thinner body, improved image stabilization, an automated HDR shooting mode, 720p HD-quality video recording with stereo sound, and a more ergonomic finish and controls. Other advanced features include a Tracking Autofocus function, enabling it to track and focus on moving subjects. The S95 is the first compact camera to feature Hybrid IS, which minimizes the impact of camera shake on image quality. There are two types of camera shake: angular shake and lateral shake. The PowerShot S95’s
    8.67
    3 votes
    42
    Nikon D60

    Nikon D60

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Sensor type: Charge-coupled device
    • Manufacturer: Nikon Corporation
    The Nikon D60 is a 10.2 megapixel Nikon F-mount digital single-lens reflex camera announced in January 2008. The D60 succeeds the entry-level Nikon D40x. It features the Nikon EXPEED image processor introduced in the higher-end Nikon D3 and D300. Like the Nikon D40, D40X, D3000, D3100 and D5000, the D60 has no in-body autofocus motor, and fully automatic autofocus requires the use of a lens with an integrated autofocus-motor. With any other lenses the camera's electronic rangefinder can be used to manually adjust focus. Compared to the D40, new features of the Nikon D60 include: The Nikon D60 body is very similar to the Nikon D40, with the placement of several key buttons being the most notable difference. Like the D40, the Nikon D60 has no secondary display on top of the body (common in higher-end DSLRs), but instead displays shutter speed, f-number, and other information on the main LCD screen. Digital Photography Review said that the D60 is more of a "subtle upgrade" to the D40 and praised its boost in performance, and new features such as D-Lighting and the dust reduction system. They criticized the lack of mid-range features, such as a vertical grip and high ISO performance
    8.67
    3 votes
    43
    Apple QuickTake

    Apple QuickTake

    The Apple QuickTake (codenamed Venus, Mars, Neptune) is one of the first consumer digital camera lines. It was launched in 1994 by Apple Computer and was marketed for three years before being discontinued in 1997. Three models of the product were built including the 100 and 150, both built by Kodak; and the 200, built by Fujifilm. The QuickTake cameras had a resolution of 640 x 480 pixels maximum (0.3 Mpx). The 100 and 200 models are only officially compatible with the Apple Macintosh, while the 150 model is compatible with both the Apple Macintosh and Microsoft Windows. Because the QuickTake 200 is almost identical to the Fuji DS-7 or to Samsung's Kenox SSC-350N, Fuji's software for that camera can be used to gain Windows compatibility for the QuickTake 200. Some other software replacements also exist. Time Magazine profiled QuickTake as ‘the first consumer digital camera’ and ranked it among its ’100 greatest and most influential gadgets from 1923 to the present' list. In 1992, Apple Computer started marketing plans for a digital camera called QuickTake, codenamed Venus. At the time over $12 billion was spent annually in the United States on photography. Apple searched for a
    10.00
    2 votes
    44

    Canon EOS DCS 3

    The Canon EOS DCS 3 was Kodak's first Canon based Digital SLR camera (a rebranded Kodak EOS DCS-3) released in July 1995. It uses a modified Canon EOS-1N film camera with a modified Kodak NC2000e digital camera back attached. As a result, it maintained the Canon EF lens mount, and full compatibility with all of Canon's EF lenses made until that time. The camera was followed by the six megapixel Canon EOS DCS 1, which was released later in 1995, and the 1.5 megapixel Canon EOS DCS 5. The back had a then-massive 16MB of RAM to act as an image buffer, as well as a PCMCIA card slot for image storage, plus a SCSI socket for connection to a computer. The imaging element was an APS-H sensor with a 1.7x crop factor, and a resolution of 1268 x 1012 pixels (1.3 mp). The camera back did not have an LCD monitor. A typical 260MB PCMCIA card or IBM Microdrive of the period could store 189 images. The EOS DCS 3 lacked any internal JPEG processing, and images had to be processed on a computer before they were usable in any form. The large amount of memory contributed the then-immense price of the EOS DCS 3, at nearly two million yen. The camera was succeeded by the Canon EOS D2000 (a rebranded
    10.00
    2 votes
    45
    Canon EOS-1D

    Canon EOS-1D

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Manufacturer: Canon
    The Canon EOS-1D is a 4-megapixel professional digital single-lens reflex camera launched in November 2001. It was Canon's first professional-level digital camera developed and released by themselves, the previous D2000 being a collaborative effort with Kodak. It has a 1.3x crop factor with a CCD image sensor sourced from Panasonic. The camera shares its body design with the Canon EOS-1V 35mm camera (with the additional battery grip attached). It was succeeded by the 1D Mark II in January 2004. The 1D was seen as a major breakthrough for a professional news and sports camera after its predecessors, the Canon EOS DCS series and EOS D2000, which had both been produced in co-operation with Kodak. In comparison with those cameras the 1D had faster image processing speed, much cleaner high ISO speeds, realtime JPG encoding, and it could shoot at 8 frames per second, something which was then unheard of in the world of digital cameras. In addition to offering a wide range of image settings, it had many features that are not present in its successors: The 1D also included a microphone for voice annotation. This feature had been present in the earlier DCS and D2000, and was retained on
    7.25
    4 votes
    46
    Canon PowerShot A710 IS

    Canon PowerShot A710 IS

    • Format: Compact
    • Sensor type: Charge-coupled device
    • Manufacturer: Canon
    The Canon PowerShot A710IS is a Canon digital camera. It was released in August 2006, replacing its predecessor, the PowerShot A700. The most signficant new feature is the addition of image stabilisation. A710IS
    7.25
    4 votes
    47
    Olympus FE-130

    Olympus FE-130

    The FE Series is a series of digital cameras from Olympus. The line was launched with the introduction of the FE-100 in September 2005. The most recent addition to the series, the FE-5010, was launched in January 2009. The Olympus FE-190/X-750, more commonly known as the Olympus FE-190 is a digital camera made by the Olympus Imaging Corp. The FE-190 weighs 150 grams, and is 91 x 59 x 19 mm. It uses an xD-Picture Card for storage, and connects to the computer using USB. The camera comes with Olympus Master, which is a program that transfers images from the camera to the computer. The FE-190 delivers a maximum resolution of 2816 x 2112. It can also be set at a lower resolution of 2048 x 1536 or 640 x 480.
    7.25
    4 votes
    48
    Sony α 500

    Sony α 500

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Manufacturer: Sony
    The Sony α 500 (DSLR-A500) is an midrange-level digital single-lens reflex camera (DSLR) marketed by Sony, which was released in 2009. It features live view and body-integrated image stabilization. It has a 12.3 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor. The camera itself received mostly good reviews, with its fast continuous shot function, much better image quality for photos taken in bad light situations compared to 3xx series and overall very good price/performance ratio. Inability to record videoclips, is the mostly often criticized point. Compared to A550, A500 features less detailed LiveView LCD, 12 contra 14 MPixel sensor resolution and absence of 7 frame/s continuous shot without autofocus mode. Both cameras also feature unique auto-HDR mode. Media related to Sony DSLR-A500 at Wikimedia Commons
    7.25
    4 votes
    49
    Game Boy Camera

    Game Boy Camera

    The Game Boy Camera, released as Pocket Camera (ポケットカメラ) in Japan, is an official Nintendo accessory for the handheld Game Boy and Super Game Boy gaming consoles and was released in 1998. It is also compatible with all of the Game Boy platforms (with the exception of Game Boy Micro). The camera can take 256x224 (down scaled to half resolution on the unit with anti-aliasing), black & white digital images using the 4-color palette of the Game Boy system. It interfaced with the Game Boy Printer, which utilized thermal paper to print any saved images, making a hardcopy. Both the camera and the printer were marketed by Nintendo as light-hearted entertainment devices aimed mainly at children in all three major video game regions of the world: Japan, North America, and Europe. N64 Magazine (which has since been superseded by NGamer) dedicated a monthly section to the device. The Game Boy Camera comes in five different standard colors: blue, green, red, yellow and clear purple (Japan only) There was also a limited edition gold The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time version, which contains different stamps from the standard versions and was available only in the USA through a mail order offer
    8.33
    3 votes
    50
    Nikon Coolpix P6000

    Nikon Coolpix P6000

    • Format: Compact
    • Sensor type: Charge-coupled device
    • Manufacturer: Nikon Corporation
    The Coolpix P6000 is a digital camera introduced by the Nikon Corporation in August 2008. The built-in GPS (to support geocoding photos automatically) is a first in its price-range. The Ethernet port is also an unusual feature, but the camera is configured to only allow access to Nikon's my Picturetown online photo service. The P6000 was succeeded in 2010 by the larger Coolpix 7000 which lacks GPS. The raw image format for the Nikon P6000 is NRW. This format is supported in Windows using the Windows Imaging Component (WIC) and on Mac OS X after installation of the Digital Camera Raw Compatibility Update 2.3. On other systems, it will require special software plugins. Adobe Camera Raw 4.6 included preliminary support, and full support is provided in Adobe Camera Raw 5.2.
    8.33
    3 votes
    51
    Olympus Stylus 720 SW

    Olympus Stylus 720 SW

    The Olympus μ("mju") 720 SW — also known as the Olympus Stylus 720 SW in North America — is a 7.1 megapixel ultra-compact salt-water submersible digital camera introduced by Olympus Corporation in 2006. It features The μ 720 SW is available in several different colors: chrome-silver, light-red, and blue.
    8.33
    3 votes
    52
    Canon PowerShot S5 IS

    Canon PowerShot S5 IS

    • Format: Bridge digital camera
    • Sensor type: Charge-coupled device
    • Manufacturer: Canon
    The Canon PowerShot S5 IS is an 8.0 megapixel bridge digital camera that was announced on May 7, 2007 and launched in June of that same year. It is the fourth of Canon's cameras in the superzoom category, with an integrated 12x zoom lens and image stabilization technology (IS). It has a DIGIC III processor, which has higher performance than DIGIC II used in its predecessor, 6 megapixel Canon PowerShot S3 IS. Canon, based in Japan, omitted the number 4 from the range due to cultural superstition. Amateur Photographer magazine also supported this: Compatible with most newer flash systems and older flash systems. Older flashes may require adapters to protect the camera from the high voltages (up to 400 volts in some flashes) of the contact sites. Digital cameras use an electronic device to trigger the flash and if this voltage is high, it can eventually destroy the flash triggering system in the camera.
    6.20
    5 votes
    53
    Ricoh Caplio 500SE

    Ricoh Caplio 500SE

    The Ricoh 500SE digital compact camera is suitable for outdoor photography and networkability. Capability includes external information such as GPS position or barcode numbers within the image headers. External vendors sell hardware and software for workflows involving GPS positioning or barcode scanning. Most NMEA compliant bluetooth GPS receivers can be used with this camera through its built in bluetooth communication capability. The body is resistant to dust and water, making it robust for many environments. The 500SE GPS-Camera is available with integrated GPS device and integrated digital compass. Besides the coordinates, the camera can capture the direction from which the photo is taken. External software can place the photos on digital maps, Geographical Information Systems or Google Earth. The camera can store all relevant information of the capture in one file, producing a geocoded photograph. Adding text-memos allows organizing the pictures not only by location and time, but also by name, before uploading. As with other geocoded photographs, Google Earth can read the GPS-Information from the Exif header of the images and display pictures at the position they were taken.
    9.50
    2 votes
    54
    Canon EOS D60

    Canon EOS D60

    The Canon EOS D60 is a discontinued 6.3 megapixel digital single lens reflex (DSLR) camera body, announced by Canon on February 22, 2002. It is part of the Canon EOS range, and accepts Canon EF, TS-E and MP-E lenses, but not Canon's later digital-only EF-S lens range. The EOS D60 sits in the prosumer (professional-consumer) line of digital SLR cameras. It succeeded the three megapixel EOS D30 and was replaced by the improved, six megapixel EOS 10D. It should not be confused with the Canon EOS 60D, which was announced in 2010, or the Nikon D60 of 2008. The EOS D60 features: Media related to Canon EOS D60 at Wikimedia Commons
    7.00
    4 votes
    55
    Canon PowerShot S3 IS

    Canon PowerShot S3 IS

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Sensor type: Charge-coupled device
    • Manufacturer: Canon
    The Canon PowerShot S3 IS is a 6.0 megapixel digital camera that debuted in February 2006 and launched in May of that same year. It is the third of Canon's cameras in the superzoom category, with an integrated 12× zoom lens and image stabilization technology (IS). Its predecessor was the Canon PowerShot S2 IS with a 12× zoom lens, DIGIC II and IS, but with only 5.0 megapixels. It has been superseded by the Canon PowerShot S5 IS.
    7.00
    4 votes
    56
    Canon EOS 500D

    Canon EOS 500D

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Manufacturer: Canon
    The Canon EOS 500D is a 15 megapixel digital single-lens reflex camera, announced by Canon on 25 March 2009. It was released in May 2009. It is known as the EOS Kiss X3 in Japan, and as the EOS Rebel T1i in North America. It continues the Rebel line of mid-range DSLR cameras, is placed by Canon as the next model up from the EOS 450D, and has been superseded by the EOS 550D (T2i). It is the third digital single-lens reflex camera to feature a movie mode and the second to feature full 1080p video recording, albeit at the rate of 20 frames/sec. The camera shares a few features with the high-end Canon EOS 5D Mark II, including movie mode, Live preview, and DiGIC 4. Like the EOS 450D and EOS 1000D, it uses SDHC media storage, and is the third EOS model to use that medium instead of CompactFlash. Like the EOS 5D Mark II, video clips are recorded as MOV (QuickTime) files with H.264/MPEG-4 compressed video and linear PCM audio. The features of this camera can be greatly increased through the use of a custom firmware add-on, namely Magic Lantern. Though not endorsed by Canon, thousands of people have downloaded Magic Lantern and a growing online community continue to develop its
    8.00
    3 votes
    57
    Nikon D200

    Nikon D200

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Manufacturer: Nikon Corporation
    The Nikon D200 is a 10.2 megapixel digital single-lens reflex camera that falls between entry-level/midrange DSLR cameras such as the Nikon D40, Nikon D40x, and D80 and high-end models such as the Nikon D2Hs and D2Xs. It was released by the Nikon Corporation in November 2005. The D200 was succeeded by the D300 in August 2007. Main advantages over the D40, D40x, D50, D60 and D80 cameras include: Compared with Nikon's professional cameras, mainly the D2Xs, the D200 lacks an integrated vertical battery grip, longer battery life, and some minor features. The autofocus system has only 1 cross-type sensor instead of 9 like the D2H, D2Hs, D2X and D2Xs, though it has the same number of 11 focus points. This means the D200 has the versatility but lacks the precision of the D2 series, particularly with the sensors other than the center cross-type sensor, and in low light conditions. The D200 offers a lower price and a more compact, lighter body than the D2 series. The main competitor for the D200 is the Canon EOS 30D, which has many of the same features. The D200 is often compared with the Canon EOS 5D, but these two cameras are intended for somewhat different uses. The Fujifilm S5 Pro is
    8.00
    3 votes
    58
    Nikon D80

    Nikon D80

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Sensor type: Charge-coupled device
    • Manufacturer: Nikon Corporation
    The Nikon D80 is a digital single-lens reflex camera model announced by Nikon on August 9th, 2006. The camera shipped the first week of September to US retailers. Considered by many to be a hybrid of design elements of the entry-level D50 and high-end D200 cameras, it occupied the same price bracket the Nikon D70 did at the time of its release. It was replaced by the Nikon D90 in August 2008. The Nikon D80 also inherits some of the D200's features such as the 10.2 MP image sensor, albeit with slower data throughput than the D200. The D80 is the second Nikon DSLR to use the SD card (the D50 being the first), rather than the CF card storage used in the D70, D70s and D200 and higher-end models. The higher storage capacity SDHC standard is also supported.
    8.00
    3 votes
    59
    Olympus SP-510 Ultra Zoom

    Olympus SP-510 Ultra Zoom

    The Olympus SP-510UZ (Ultra Zoom) is a 7.1-megapixel bridge digital camera introduced by Olympus Corporation in 2006. It replaced the 6 megapixel SP-500UZ model that was launched in 2005. It was the last model of the SP-series (Special Performance) that used a 10x optical zoom lens. It was also the last of the larger-sized 10x optical ultra zoom cameras to be made by Olympus, which previously was part of the C-series before the SP-series was produced. The SP-510UZ model can be traced back to the C-2100 Ultra Zoom, which was launched back in 2000. The successor model to the SP-510UZ was the SP-550UZ. It used a longer 18x optical zoom lens. Today, the newest model in the Ultra Zoom camera line, the SP-590UZ, features a 26x optical zoom lens. In 2009, Olympus released a compact camera with a 10x optical zoom lens. However, it does not use the Ultra Zoom name nor is it a part of the SP-series line of cameras. The Olympus SP-510UZ features a 2.5" LCD display, a 10x zoom lens, and 5x digital zoom in a compact lightweight plastic body. It is designed to satisfy the needs of both hobbyist photographers who desire full control over exposure settings and those that need only point and
    8.00
    3 votes
    60
    Canon EOS 30D

    Canon EOS 30D

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Manufacturer: Canon
    The Canon EOS 30D is an 8.2-megapixel semi-professional digital single-lens reflex camera, initially announced on February 21, 2006. It is the successor of the Canon EOS 20D, and is succeeded by the EOS 40D. It can accept EF and EF-S lenses, and like its predecessor, it uses an APS-C sized image sensor, so it does not require the larger imaging circle necessary for 35 mm film and 'full-frame' digital cameras. Changes over the 20D include a bigger 2.5-inch (64 mm) LCD rear screen, improved shutter mechanism rated for 100,000 actuations, improved frame capacity, 1/3 stop increments for sensor speed and an added spot meter. This unit retains the same sensor as its predecessor; all lenses still have an angle of view crop of 1.6. Other changes include a larger 11 frame RAW / 30 frame JPEG buffer, and slightly faster 0.15 second startup. The maximum frame rate is the same (5 frame/s), but a lower-speed 3 frame/s option has been added. The 30D uses the same number of autofocus points as the 20D (nine), but has improved algorithms. The 30D can record in both JPEG and RAW .CR2 files. The 30D's file numbering system holds 9,999 images to one folder, which was introduced with the 5D. The EOS
    6.75
    4 votes
    61
    Nikon Coolpix 4600

    Nikon Coolpix 4600

    • Format: Compact
    • Manufacturer: Nikon Corporation
    The Nikon Coolpix 4600 digital camera, also known by its internal name E4600 is a member of the Nikon-produced Coolpix series. It has a resolution of 4.0 megapixels. The camera features its own internal memory, capable of storing 32MB of data. Additionally, it is compatible with a removable Secure Digital card of varying sizes. The storage space used is selectable, allowing the user to save pictures to either the internal or external memory by ejecting the card. The camera has an eight-function click-wheel that allows for the quick usage of many types of image presets, such a portraits, outdoor scenery, and night shooting. It can also record video clips of indefinite length, provided there is sufficient space remaining on the memory medium. The camera's lens has a focal length of 5.7mm, an f-number of 2.9, as well as a 3x magnification optical zoom. The digital zoom is 4x. It is powered by two AA batteries, and a USB Mini-A adapter for displaying the memory externally as well as for connecting the camera to a computer when there is no card reader present.
    6.75
    4 votes
    62
    Fujifilm FinePix A-series

    Fujifilm FinePix A-series

    The Fujifilm FinePix A-series of digital cameras consists of the company's entry-level point and shoot models. The A-series was created in late 2001 and was expanded a few years later when Fujifilm transitioned to a fully alphanumeric system of naming their digital cameras. The first A-series models were the 1.3-megapixel A101 and 2-megapixel A201, released in late 2001. The A-series cameras remained extremely basic until the successful FinePix 2600 and FinePix 2650 cameras evolved into the A205 and A210 in 2003. Over 20 models of A-Series cameras have been produced and they have become progressively more sophisticated and smaller while retaining a low price point. In 2008, the A-series was partially succeeded by the FinePix J-series. Some A-series cameras have had standard CCD sensors while others have Fujifilm's own SuperCCD sensor. Cameras based on the latter have had very high image quality for their price-point. All but the first two A-Series cameras have used the xD-Picture Card flash memory format. 3.1 MP, color digital camera. As of the 2011 FinePix A310 cost as low as $15 used, with auctions starting also at 99¢ with original selling price $299 in 2003
    9.00
    2 votes
    63
    Kodak EasyShare C330

    Kodak EasyShare C330

    The Kodak C330 is a model of digital camera produced by the Eastman Kodak Company. It is part of the company's EasyShare consumer line of cameras. The camera has a 3x optical zoom, and a 5x digital zoom beyond the optical zoom. The camera is able to record QVGA videos in 24 frame/s. It has auto, scene, portrait, sport, landscape, close-up, and video modes. The camera has 16 MB of internal memory. Memory capacity can be expanded with 16MB, 32MB, 64MB, 128MB, 256MB, 512MB up to a maximum of 1 GB SD or MMC cards. The camera includes a 1.5-inch (38 mm) LCD screen. The camera kit includes a USB cable for uploading images to a computer. It is compatible with the Kodak camera docks and PictBridge printer docks, and card readers.
    9.00
    2 votes
    64
    Nikon D2H

    Nikon D2H

    The Nikon D2H is a professional-grade digital single-lens reflex camera introduced by Nikon Corporation on July 22, 2003. It uses Nikon's own JFET-LBCAST sensor with a 4.1 megapixel resolution, and is optimised for sports and action shooting that require a high frame rate. In 2005, the D2H was replaced by the D2Hs, which added new features derived from the 12 megapixel D2X digital SLR. The D2Hs was discontinued after the introduction of the D300 and D3 models. Like most Nikon Digital SLR cameras, it uses a "DX Format" sensor, which applies a crop factor compared to 35 mm film of approximately 1.5×. The D2Hs was announced on February 16, 2005, adding several improvements to the D2H design, although with the same sensor and body. Nikon added an improved light metering system, faster subject acquisition and tracking algorithms to the Multi-CAM-2000 Autofocus module, and expanded both the JPEG and RAW continuous shooting buffer. Nikon also reported improved noise reduction at high sensor sensitivities. The ASIC image processing was changed to 12-bit from the original D2H 8-bit. Auto White Balance was altered with improved low color temperature lighting, mixed ambient, and speedlight
    9.00
    2 votes
    65
    Pentax *ist DS

    Pentax *ist DS

    PENTAX *ist DS is a digital SLR camera produced by Pentax. The *ist DS produces a 6.1 megapixel resolution image. The *ist DS was a lower-prices follow-on to the Pentax *ist D. In September 2005 the DIWA (Digital Imaging Websites Association), a world-wide organization of collaborating websites, announced that Pentax had received their first DIWA Award for a DSLR camera. The *ist DS model was awarded with a Silver medal for outstanding test results. As with other Pentax DSLRs, the *ist DS uses the Pentax KAF bayonet mount and can use older lenses using the KA-mount without limitations. Original K mount lenses and, with adapter also M42 screw-mount lenses, can be used in manual mode by selecting a menu option. Centre-weighted metering, aperture priority and focus indication are maintained, even with adapter mounted lenses. When using non-auto aperture lenses, a press of the AE-L button with the camera in manual mode will meter the scene and set the shutter speed. Some non-Pentax K-mount lenses have been reported not to mount on the camera, because a plate protecting the aperture stop-down lever is slightly deeper, and fouls the camera interior. Along with the other D-series Pentax
    9.00
    2 votes
    66
    Pentax K-r

    Pentax K-r

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Manufacturer: Pentax
    The Pentax K-r is a 12.4-megapixel digital single-lens reflex camera, announced on September 9, 2010. The K-r is available in three body colors (black, white and red) in North America, with other colors available only in the Japanese market. The K-r introduces a new SAFOX IX autofocus system and has a 3-inch display. The image quality of Pentax K-r and Pentax K-x is identical, but colour fidelity in JPEG output has been increased. The K-r has been improved over the K-x in other areas, such as the K-r showing the active focus point in the viewfinder when the shutter button is half-pressed, the K-r offering the joint second widest ISO range in the Pentax line-up along with K-30 - 100-25600 in extended mode, which only the K-5 exceeds, having the joint second fastest continuous shooting (6.0 fps) of current Pentax DSLRs (same as the K-30), using rechargeable battery Li-Ion D-LI109 as standard, but having the ability to use 4xAA batteries with optional battery holder (the K-x uses AA batteries exclusively).
    9.00
    2 votes
    67
    Samsung NX10

    Samsung NX10

    • Format: Mirrorless interchangeable lens camera
    • Manufacturer: Samsung Electronics
    The Samsung NX10 is a 14.0 effective megapixel APS-C crop CMOS mirrorless interchangeable lens digital camera made by Samsung. It was announced on January 4, 2010. Samsung NX11 replaces NX10 in manufacturing since February 2011. Media related to Samsung NX10 at Wikimedia Commons
    9.00
    2 votes
    68

    Olympus C-2100 UZ

    The Olympus C-2100 UZ is a digital camera, closely paired with its brother the E-100 RS. Both of these cameras are noteworthy because they're the only compact digital cameras ever produced by a company other than Canon, using a Canon lens. Both cameras have a 10x zoom, ranging from 38 to 380 mm equivalent. In fact, these were the first compact digital cameras to offer image stabilization by several years.
    5.80
    5 votes
    69
    Pentax K10D

    Pentax K10D

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Sensor type: Charge-coupled device
    • Manufacturer: Pentax
    The Pentax K10D and similar Samsung GX-10 are 10.2 megapixel digital single-lens reflex cameras launched in late 2006. They were developed in a collaboration between Pentax of Japan and Samsung of Korea. The K10D was announced on September 13, 2006, and released in mid-November 2006, while Samsung announced the GX-10 on 2006-09-21 and it became available on January 1, 2007. The Pentax K20D, successor to the K10D, was officially announced on January 23, 2008. The K10D has been hailed by Popular Photography and Imaging magazine as "an all-star player," and was named as a finalist for their 2007 "Camera of the Year" award. It combines a 10.2 effective megapixel CCD sensor, coupled with a 22-bit analog-to-digital converter (ADC) and a shake reduction system which also provides a dust removal feature to keep dust off the sensor surface. The K10D features a new image processor called PRIME (Pentax Real IMage Engine), which interfaces with DDR2 RAM, providing 800MB/s bandwidth. The camera body is dust and weather-resistant featuring 72 seals throughout the camera. Images can be saved in JPG, Pentax raw image format (PEF) or standard DNG format. The Pentax K10D was among the first digital
    5.80
    5 votes
    70
    Sony α 350

    Sony α 350

    The Sony α 350 (DSLR-A350) is a digital single-lens reflex camera (DSLR) marketed by Sony, being replaced from 2009 by the similarly specified Sony α 380. It features live view and body-integrated image stabilization. The Sony α 350 was introduced in Japan in March 2008. It has a 14.2 megapixel CCD sensor, the second highest pixel count for an APS-C format DSLR at the time of its launch, marginally exceeded by the Pentax K20D CMOS sensor. The Live View is provided by a secondary low resolution video sensor placed in the mirror-prism housing to provide a view of the focusing screen, which allows retention of phase contrast autofocus. Live View is mechanically switched via a moving mirror surface. When Live View is active, the normal exposure metering is replaced by metering from the LV image itself offering many more zones or points, along with more accurate white balance. This system is shared with the Sony Alpha 300, a 10.2 megapixel variant. Media related to Sony DSLR-A350 at Wikimedia Commons
    5.80
    5 votes
    71
    Sony α 850

    Sony α 850

    The α850 (DSLR-A850) was Sony's second full-frame digital SLR, introduced on 27 August 2009. Similar to the DSLR-A900, the camera featured the same 24.6-megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor used in the a900. On 8 June 2011, Sony pre-announced the camera's end of production in July/August 2011. The camera was almost exactly the same as the DSLR-A900, but the viewfinder coverage was dropped to 98% with 0.74× magnification and the burst rate was reduced to 3 frames per second. Media related to Sony DSLR-A850 at Wikimedia Commons
    5.80
    5 votes
    72
    Canon EOS 1Ds Mark III

    Canon EOS 1Ds Mark III

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Sensor type: CMOS sensor
    • Manufacturer: Canon
    The EOS-1Ds Mark III is a digital SLR camera body by Canon designed for professional photographers. The Canon EOS 1Ds Mark III is successor to the EOS-1Ds Mark II and was announced in August 2007. The camera features a full-frame 21.1 megapixel CMOS sensor with 14 bit A/D converters for a total colour depth of 16,384 tones per pixel. It features a three-inch (76 mm) LCD screen, capable of "Live View," and dual DIGIC III processors allowing it to shoot at up to five frames per second. The EOS-1Ds features many technologies first seen in the Canon EOS-1D Mark III, such as the 63-zone exposure metering, 19 cross-type auto focus system, a 3.0" LCD with Live View mode and EOS Integrated Cleaning System. The EOS-1Ds Mark III features a 21-megapixel sensor. It is has a higher pixel count than the 16.7 megapixel sensor seen in the Canon EOS-1Ds Mark II. The CMOS sensor incorporates a new pixel design with on-chip noise reduction circuitry. It can shoot in 3200 ISO when necessary. The 1Ds Mark III also features Highlight Tone Priority mode, which boosts the dynamic range for highlights. JPEG RAW The auto focus system includes 19 cross-type sensors at f/2.8, spread across the AF area. There
    7.67
    3 votes
    73
    Nikon D90

    Nikon D90

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Sensor type: CMOS sensor
    • Manufacturer: Nikon Corporation
    The Nikon D90 is a 12.3 megapixel digital single-lens reflex camera model announced by Nikon on August 27, 2008. It is a prosumer model that replaces the Nikon D80, fitting between the company's entry-level and professional DSLR models. Nikon gives the D90's Estimated Selling Price in the United States as US$899.95 for the body alone and as $1299.99 with the Nikkor AF-S DX 18-105mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR, which by itself sells for $399.95. Street prices are generally lower. In May 2009, the D90 won the TIPA European Photo & Imaging Award, in the "Best D-SLR Advanced" category. As of July 2012, the D90 remains in production, fitting between the Nikon D5100 and Nikon D7000 in the company's lineup of DSLR cameras. Some of the improvements the D90 offers over the D80 include 12.3 megapixel resolution, extended light sensitivity capabilities, live view and automatic correction of lateral chromatic aberration. The D90 is the first DSLR to offer video recording, with the ability to record HD 720p videos, with mono sound, at 24 frames per second. Unlike less expensive models such as the D40, D60, D3000 and D5000, the D90 has a built in autofocus motor, which means that all Nikon F-mount
    7.67
    3 votes
    74
    Olympus E-510

    Olympus E-510

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Sensor type: CMOS sensor
    • Manufacturer: Olympus Corporation
    The Olympus E-510 (or Olympus EVOLT E-510 in North America) is a 10 megapixel digital single-lens reflex (DSLR) camera oriented to the "prosumer" or "hobbyist" market. Announced in March 2007 to succeed the E-500, it represents the first use of the new Panasonic MOS sensors instead of the Kodak CCD sensors that Olympus had used previously. It also is the first Olympus DSLR to include in-body image stabilization; most subsequent E-system cameras include an IS system. The E-510 body and lens mount conform to the "Four Thirds System" standard, providing compatibility with other lenses for that system. Four-Thirds is a digital SLR standard using a crop factor of 2x; this means that Four-Thirds lenses can be made smaller and cheaper, but that the cameras exhibit somewhat worse high ISO performance. As with all E-system cameras, the E-510 uses Olympus' Supersonic Wave Filter dust reduction system to shake dust from the sensor during startup and when requested by the user; this largely eliminates the problem of dust accumulation on the surface of the image sensor. The E-510 was released in a number of different iterations for purchase: the camera body only, the body bundled with a 14-42mm
    7.67
    3 votes
    75
    Olympus IR-500

    Olympus IR-500

    The Olympus IR-500 is a 4.0-megapixel ultra-compact digital camera introduced by Olympus Corporation in 2004. It features a 360° swivelling 2.5" LCD display, a 2.8x zoom lens, and 11x digital zoom in an ultra-compact mixed metal and plastic body. The peculiar disposition of the display allows for an enhanced hip-height photo composition (to picture children or low height objects) and auto-portrait mode (allowing the photographer to see the composition). This camera was meant to be a part of a new digital system by Olympus thought to avoid the use of a personal computer. Named Olympus Easy Imaging System or i:robe, this camera was supplied with a cradle which allows the connection of a 40 GiB hard disk drive (S-HD-100; directly) and a photographic printer (P-S100; through USB). The cradle also allows the typical functions of recharging and connection to an external screen via RCA cable (with sound). The connection to a personal computer is made through a USB cable attached to the cradle. The lens is an Olympus aspherical glass zoom lens 6.2 – 17.3 mm. The 2.8x zoom is equivalent to 40-112mm in 35 mm photography. The camera has a built-in flash. Movies with sound can be recorded, the
    7.67
    3 votes
    76
    Olympus SP-350

    Olympus SP-350

    Olympus SP-350 is 8 Megapixel compact digital camera. The Olympus SP-350 is a digital camera that was announced by its maker on August 29, 2005. It has the following specifications: Sensor size: 1/1.8 " (7.18 x 5.32 mm) CCD Sensor with 8.1 million effective pixels (8.3 million photo detectors) Maximum resolution: 3264 x 2488 Optional resolutions: 2592 x 1944, 2288 x 1712, 2048 x 1536, 1600 x 1200, 1280 x 960, 1024 x 768, 640 x 480 Image ratio w:h: 4:3 or 3:2 Color filter array: RGB ISO settings : Auto, 50, 100, 200, 400 Zoom wide: 8mm (38 mm equivalent) Zoom telephoto: 24mm (114 mm equivalent ) (3 x) Aperture range: F2.8 - F4.9 5x Digital zoom Auto Focus (TTL) & Manual Focus Normal focus range: 20 cm Macro focus range: 5 cm White balance override: 5 positions Min shutter speed: 15 sec + Bulb Max shutter speed: 1/2000 sec Built-in Flash Flash guide no.: 3.8 m (12.4 ft) 8 m External flash with hot shoe Flash modes: Auto, Red-Eye, Forced, Off, Slow 1&2 Exposure compensation range: -2 to +2 EV in 1/3 EV steps Metering options: ESP multi-pattern, CW Avg, Spot Shooting modes: aperture priority, shutter priority, manual, scene modes, movie mode Optional adapter available (lens
    7.67
    3 votes
    77
    Ricoh GR Digital

    Ricoh GR Digital

    The Ricoh GR Digital is a compact digital camera. Its distinguishing feature is its fixed focal length lens (non-zoom). First announced at Photokina 2004, it went on sale in Japan on 21 October 2005 at the price of ¥80,000. The GR Digital is Ricoh's digital successor to their popular 35 mm GR series film cameras. The Ricoh GR Digital was succeeded by the Ricoh GR Digital II. Despite certain criticisms, the Ricoh GR series has gained a cult status among street photographers. Imaging device 1/1.8″ primary colour CCD with 8,130,000 effective pixels (total pixels: 8,300,000) Lens Focal distance: f=5.9 mm (28 mm converted to 35mm format camera); Aperture (F): F 2.4 to F 11*1; Lens composition: 6 elements; 5 groups with 7 diaphragm blades Digital zoom 4.0x Shooting range About 0.3 meters to infinity from lens tip Macro shooting range About 0.015 m to infinity from lens tip Shutter Still: 180, 120, 60, 30, 15, 8, 4, 2, 1 – 1/2,000 seconds; Video: 1/30 – 1/2,000 seconds Pixels Still: 3,264 × 2,448; 3,264 × 2,176; 2,592 × 1,944; 2,048 × 1,536; 1,280 × 960; 640 × 480; Video: 320 × 240; 160 × 120 Picture-quality modes F (Fine), N (Normal), RAW ISO sensitivity AUTO, 64, 100, 200, 400, 800,
    7.67
    3 votes
    78
    Sony NEX-5

    Sony NEX-5

    • Format: Mirrorless interchangeable lens camera
    • Sensor type: CMOS sensor
    • Manufacturer: Sony
    The Sony NEX-5 is a digital camera launched on 11 May 2010. It is a mirrorless interchangeable lens camera with the body of a common point-and-shoot camera but with a sensor size(APS-C) comparable to that of some digital single-lens reflex cameras. Its major competitors in the market are the cameras based on the micro 4/3 standard created by Panasonic and Olympus, and a few low end Canon, Nikon, and even Sony Alpha DSLRs. The NEX-5 shoots 14.2 megapixel stills and has a 7 frame/s continuous shotmode. It has the capability to shoot 1920x1080i at 60 frame/s in AVCHD or 1440x1080p at 30 frame/s in MPEG4. The NEX-5 was replaced by the NEX-5N in August 2011. The NEX-5 has features found in SLR cameras but also some that are normally found in point and shoots. The body of the NEX-5 is made out of a magnesium alloy that separates the NEX-5 from the less expensive polymer NEX-3. Also different from the NEX-3 is video quality. The NEX-5 can shoot in AVCHD 1080/60i HD. There is a 7 frame/s continuous shot mode, with autofocus disabled after the first frame. The APS-C sized sensor has an ISO sensitivity up to 12,800. The camera software has special features like twilight mode and sweep
    7.67
    3 votes
    79
    FinePix S3 Pro

    FinePix S3 Pro

    The Fujifilm FinePix S3 Pro is an interchangeable lens digital single-lens reflex camera introduced in February 2004. Its successor, the Finepix S5 Pro, was released on 25 September 2006. It is based on a Nikon F80 (N80 in the U.S.) viewfinder, shutter, mirror-box and autofocus modules surrounded by a Fujifilm body that includes its own proprietary CCD image sensor and electronics, and a vertical grip shutter release. It has a Nikon F lens mount and can use most lenses made for 35 mm Nikon SLR cameras, but only with manual operation with Nikon AIS lenses, unusually for a digital SLR the S3 Pro can be used with a manual cable release. It is autofocusing and has an electronically controlled focal plane shutter with speeds from 30 sec. to 1/4000 sec. with x-flash synchronization at 1/180 sec. It has built-in exposure metering with spot, center weighted and evaluative modes and pop-up flash. Its ISO film speed equivalents ranged from 100 - 1600. The camera is currently in production. The camera's principal distinction is its 23mm x 15.5mm photo sensor. Designated the Super CCD SR, it is unique in two ways. First, like its predecessors used in the earlier FinePix S1 Pro and FinePix S2
    10.00
    1 votes
    80

    Kodak EasyShare V570

    The Kodak EasyShare V570 is a high-end digital camera manufactured by Eastman Kodak. Announced on January 2, 2006, it is an upper model in the range, which was advertised as $400 in The United States in January 2006. Its main innovation is the dual lens system, combining two periscopic groups with each their own sensor: one very wide angle equivalent to a 23 mm in 135 format and a 3X zoom equivalent to a 39–117 mm, totalizing a virtual 5X zoom, with a step between 23 and 39 mm. It is the first dual lens digital camera. This model won a gold medal in the 2006 Industrial Design Excellence Awards. There are two other models in Kodak's line of dual lens cameras that were announced shortly after the introduction of the Easyshare V570: the Easyshare V610, which was announced on April 25, 2006 and the Easyshare V705, which was announced on August 8, 2006. The Easyshare V610 is a 6-megapixel, Bluetooth-enabled, dual lens camera that forgoes the fixed focus 23 mm wide angle lens of the V570 and V705 for a 38-114mm lens. Unlike the V570, it does not include a dock. The Easyshare V705 is a 7.1-megapixel camera that is offered in 3 body colors - black, silver, and pink. It does not include a
    10.00
    1 votes
    81
    Nikon D2X

    Nikon D2X

    The Nikon D2X is a 12.4 megapixel professional digital single-lens reflex camera (DSLR) that Nikon Corporation announced on September 16, 2004. The D2X was the high resolution flagship in Nikon's DSLR line until June 2006 when it was supplanted by the D2Xs and later on by two new flagship cameras: the Nikon D700 and Nikon D3, both using a new FX full-format sensor. The D2X uses a DX format CMOS sensor supplied by Sony instead of either a charge-coupled device or the Nikon proprietary LBCAST sensor which had both dominated Nikon's digital SLR lineup until the D2X. The camera supports the sYCC color space. The CMOS sensor used in the D2X has the ability to resolve about nine times more than the human eye. At 90 line pairs/millimeter (90 lp/mm) the sensor can resolve extremely fine detail. This makes the camera perform exceptionally well when used as a landscape or scenic imager, since it can better resolve smaller detail in distant objects. The D2X surpasses the D2H and its successor the D2Hs by providing 5 frame/s at 12 megapixels, and 8 frame/s at 6.8 megapixels with its high speed crop mode. In high speed crop mode the camera sacrifices pixels in favour of speed and crops the
    10.00
    1 votes
    82
    Pentax K-7

    Pentax K-7

    The Pentax K-7 is a 14.6-megapixel digital single-lens reflex camera, announced on 20 May 2009. This is the first new flagship model released by Pentax since its merger with Hoya Corporation on 31 March 2008. The Pentax K-7 was announced on 20 May 2009 and shipping began as of the first week of July 2009. The K-7 has the same pixel count as its predecessor, the K20D, but offers a significantly expanded feature set in a smaller body. New features include: Media related to Pentax K-7 at Wikimedia Commons
    10.00
    1 votes
    83
    Sony α 100

    Sony α 100

    Sony α 100 (DSLR-A100) is the first digital single-lens reflex camera (DSLR) marketed by Sony. It is successor to previous Konica Minolta DSLR models (primarily the Maxxum/Dynax 5D) through Sony's purchase of the Konica Minolta camera division. The α 100 retains similar body design and claimed improvements on Konica Minolta's Anti-Shake sensor shifting image stabilization feature, renamed Super SteadyShot. It uses a 10.2 megapixels APS-C size CCD sensor. Another notable feature inherited from Konica Minolta is Eyestart, which provides for automatic autofocus activation by detecting the presence of the photographer's eye on the viewfinder, thus quickening camera response. Another notable feature is an automatically vibrating CCD to remove dust each time the camera is shut off. The α 100 shipped from Sony and resellers by the end of July 2006 with MSRP prices of US$1000 with the 18–70 mm f/3.5–f/5.6 kit lens and US$900 body only. The camera retains the same autofocus lens mount that was introduced with the Minolta Maxxum 7000 in 1985, allowing the continued use of the millions of existing Minolta AF lenses. Media related to Sony DSLR-A100 at Wikimedia Commons
    10.00
    1 votes
    84
    HP Photosmart M537

    HP Photosmart M537

    • Format: Compact
    • Sensor type: Charge-coupled device
    • Manufacturer: Hewlett-Packard
    HP Photosmart M537 is an inexpensive 6-megapixel digital camera supporting the SD memory card technology and running on AA batteries.
    6.50
    4 votes
    85
    HP Photosmart R927

    HP Photosmart R927

    The R927 is a model of digital camera produced by Hewlett-Packard, under the Photosmart line of cameras and photo printers. Further to the specifications in the infobox, the camera has a video capability, with a VGA resolution of 640 x 480 at 24 frames per second. The R-series is HP's top line of digital cameras, positioned above the M-series and entry-level E-series.
    6.50
    4 votes
    86
    Kodak DC3200

    Kodak DC3200

    The Kodak DC3200 is a model of digital camera produced by the Eastman Kodak Company in 2001-2002. The camera was connected via a serial cable in order to download pictures. Kodak ceased supporting the model a couple years later. A PDF file of the manual is available on their site. Although Kodak no longer offer a free download of the necessary software, this might be available elsewhere on the Internet. The camera has 2 MB of internal memory. Memory capacity can be expanded with a CompactFlash card. A commom problem with the DC3200 was that the auto flash was too powerful. Pictures that were taken indoors would often be overexposed.
    6.50
    4 votes
    87
    Nikon Coolpix 950

    Nikon Coolpix 950

    The Nikon Coolpix 950 was a digital camera released by Nikon in early 1999. The 950 model superseded the Coolpix 900 in the Nikon Coolpix series. The Coolpix 950 was a durable camera with swivel lens, magnesium body, a maximum resolution of 1600×1200 (1.92 Mpx), 3× optical zoom and a minimum focusing distance of 2 cm. It was in turn superseded by the Coolpix 990. The 950 incorporated improvements over the 900 such as a stronger swivel hinge, a magnesium case (save the plastic battery door) and increased sensor resolution. The 950's ability to capture directly in TIFF format was unusual for the time although the file transfer time (depending on CF card write speed available at the time) could be over 30 seconds in this mode. An irony was that the 950 came with a 8MB CF card, and the card could contain only 1 image file shot in the TIFF mode (~5.6MB). The maximum CF capacity for the 950 is 64MB. Other advanced features of the 950 included shutter and aperture priority modes and the ability to custom preset white balance. The 950 included a flash-sync socket for use with various Nikon external flash units (no shoe-mount was provided however). As with all 9xx series, the lens movement
    6.50
    4 votes
    88
    Olympus PEN E-P2

    Olympus PEN E-P2

    • Sensor type: Live MOS
    The Olympus PEN E-P2 announced on 5 November 2009 is Olympus Corporation's second camera that adheres to the Micro Four Thirds (MFT) system design standard. The E-P2 succeeds the Olympus PEN E-P1 a little over five months after the introduction of the EP-1. The EP-2 addresses some of the concerns that critics had about the EP-1, notably, slow autofocus speed and difficulty seeing the LCD panel under certain (e.g., bright, sunny) conditions. The autofocus speed was addressed with a firmware update, and the introduction of new lenses, although critically, the autofocus speed does not improve much with the originally issued 14–42 mm ƒ/3.5–5.6 kit zoom lens (28–90 mm equivalent), or the 17 mm ƒ/2.8 (34 mm equivalent) pancake lens. The EP-2 added an Accessory Port, a power and communication port, which allowed the use of various accessories, such as an external stereo microphone for HD video recording. However, the principal use of the accessory port was a new, high resolution, optional hotshoe mounted VF-2 electronic viewfinder (EVF). The VF-2 had a flip angle eyepiece, allowing viewing from 0–90 degrees. The high resolution VF-2 had specifications that matched the highly acclaimed
    6.50
    4 votes
    89
    Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH2

    Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH2

    • Format: Mirrorless interchangeable lens camera
    • Sensor type: Live MOS
    • Manufacturer: Panasonic
    The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH2 is a digital camera with HD video recording capability that is part of the Micro Four Thirds System. Though commonly referred to as a DSLR (digital single-lens reflex) camera, it has no mirror or optical viewfinder, but has instead both a fold-out LCD screen and a (somewhat higher resolution) electronic viewfinder. Recording is to a SDHC or SDXC flash memory card in AVCHD or M-JPEG format, giving up to high quality HD 1080P video at 24fps with up to 2 hours per take on the USA or Canadian versions (for the European version it's up to 30 minutes per take due to a European tax on video cameras). The GH2 is also notable for offering 1080/50i and 60i (interlaced) recording modes (compatible with broadcasting) as well as 24p, though 25p and 30p are not supported. The Micro Four Thirds System (crop factor 2 when compared to 35 mm still) does not offer the extreme shallow-focus effects possible with full-frame cameras. Optical image stabilisation is available on Panasonic MFT zoom lenses, and power zoom and power focus is available on some Panasonic X series lenses. The GH2 was released in October 2010 as a successor to the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1. The GH2
    6.50
    4 votes
    90
    Panasonic Lumix DMC-L10

    Panasonic Lumix DMC-L10

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Sensor type: CMOS sensor
    • Manufacturer: Panasonic
    The Lumix DMC-L10 is Panasonic's second digital single-lens reflex camera (DSLR), a follow-up to the previous Lumix DMC-L1 model. It was announced in August 2007, and, like the Lumix DMC-L1, this model uses the Four Thirds System lens mount standard and contains some basic parts provided by Olympus. (Its siblings are the Olympus E-410 and E-510, all three cameras sharing some of the same basic internals.) A new kit lens bearing the Leica label was introduced with this camera, the Leica D Vario-Elmar 14–50mm/ F3.8–5.6/ASPH MEGA OIS. As the name implies, it features optical image stabilization. Panasonic also announced a new Leica-labeled 14–150 mm superzoom lens for the Four Thirds standard, also with optical image stabilization. The Lumix DMC-L10 is perhaps most notable for the improvements to the live view facility, permitting the image to be previewed on the LCD screen when composing the shot. The Lumix DMC-L10 features a second-generation live view function that allows autofocus with live view turned on, and without the mirror moving up and down, although only with certain lenses. Even more important, the Lumix DMC-L10 is the first DSLR camera with a fully articulating LCD
    6.50
    4 votes
    91
    Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T100

    Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T100

    • Format: Ultra Compact
    • Sensor type: Charge-coupled device
    • Manufacturer: Sony
    The Cyber-shot DSC-T100 is a Digital Still Camera manufactured by Sony. It is capable of producing images of up to a maximum resolution of 8.1 Mega pixels (MP). The T100 is part of the "T" series of consumer Digital Still Cameras, featuring an ultra-thin, light and compact form factor. For pictures : http://www.dpreview.com/news/0702/07022704sonyt100t20.asp
    6.50
    4 votes
    92

    Kodak DCS Pro SLR/n

    • Manufacturer: Eastman Kodak
    The Kodak Professional DCS Pro SLR/n is a 13.5 megapixel (4500x3000 pixels) full-frame 35mm digital SLR produced as a collaboration between Nikon Corporation and Eastman Kodak. It was an improved version of the Kodak Professional DCS Pro 14n series, and was based on a modified N80 film SLR and thus compatible with almost all Nikon F mount lenses. The camera was announced in early 2004 and became available to purchase mid-year. A monochrome variant named Kodak Professional DCS Pro SLR/n m of the camera existed as well. The camera has no anti-aliasing filter in front of the CMOS sensor, which gives it very high edge acuity, but gives it a greater chance of producing moire artifacts than most cameras. This can be partially compensated for with the software, which has advanced noise reduction capabilities. It also has impressively high dynamic range (the ability to capture both light and dark subjects well in the same image). It has less of a useful range of ISO sensitivity than many modern digital SLR cameras, although the selectable range is very large. The cousin of this camera, the Kodak Professional DCS Pro SLR/c, announced a month later, shared the same full 35 mm (36x24 mm)
    5.60
    5 votes
    93

    Eye-Q Go Wireless Digital Camera

    The Eye-Q Go Wireless Digital Camera was the first Bluetooth-enabled camera to be made and put on the market. It came with a small Bluetooth drive to plug into the back of a computer, which transmits pictures at a very slow rate (Uploading 7MGs of pictures takes 15 minutes, whereas a normal digital camera takes 8 seconds.) It also employs a 2-megapixel CMOS sensor, which makes every picture very dark. The flash is also faulty, and when it does work, it is very slow.
    8.50
    2 votes
    94

    Fujifilm FinePix S7000

    • Sensor type: Charge-coupled device
    • Manufacturer: Fujifilm
    The FinePix S7000 is a 6.3 megapixel digital camera manufactured by Fujifilm. It was announced in July 2003, and is now discontinued. It features 6x optical zoom. The S7000 can take still images in CCD-RAW or JPEG Exif Ver 2.2 up to 4,048 x 3,040 pixels using a 1/1.7-inch-type CCD sensor. This 12.3 megapixel resolution is interpolated from the approximately 6 million photodiodes on the Fujifilm 4th generation Super CCD HR sensor. While still a Bayer filter CCD with 3 million green, 1.5 million each red and blue photodiodes, the SuperCCD HR array is tilted 45 degrees. Fujifilm states that its larger equilateral octagonal photodiodes, tilted arrangement, and use of the photoelectric sensing capability of CCD vertical transfer paths enable 12 million output pixels. It has dual memory slots. The first supports xD-Picture Card, the other supports Compact Flash Type II Microdrives up to 2GB. Some Compact Flash memory cards will not work. Fujifilm made two conversion lens kits available, a 1.50x tele conversion lens and a 0.79x wide-angle conversion lens, both of which come with a 55 mm thread diameter adapter extension tube.
    8.50
    2 votes
    95
    Konica Minolta Maxxum 5D

    Konica Minolta Maxxum 5D

    The Konica Minolta Maxxum 5D (its North American market name; labelled Dynax 5D in Europe/Hong Kong and α-5 Digital and α Sweet Digital in Japan; officially named DG-5D) was a digital single-lens reflex camera introduced by Konica Minolta in 2005. The camera has a sensor-shifting image stabilization feature inherited from the Konica Minolta Maxxum 7D. Media related to Konica Minolta Dynax 5D at Wikimedia Commons
    8.50
    2 votes
    96
    Canon EOS 1000D

    Canon EOS 1000D

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Sensor type: CMOS sensor
    • Manufacturer: Canon
    Canon EOS 1000D is a 10.1-megapixel digital single-lens reflex camera announced by Canon on 10 June 2008 and started shipping in mid August of 2008. It is known as the EOS Kiss F in Japan and the EOS Rebel XS in the United States and Canada. The 1000D is an entry-level DSLR that has been described as being a step below the 450D. The camera shares a few features with the 450D. It offers Live View shooting, DIGIC III Image Processor, and SDHC media storage. However, it has seven focus points (opposed to nine) and does not have spot light metering. The 1000D is also the second Canon EOS model (after the 450D) to exclusively use SD Card and SDHC memory storage instead of CompactFlash. The 1000D has garnered positive reviews from independent photography review websites. Despite no official advertised functionality offered by Canon for video recording, open source software is now available to allow a user to record video directly to a computer.
    7.33
    3 votes
    97
    Kodak EasyShare P880

    Kodak EasyShare P880

    The EasyShare P880 is a high-end bridge digital camera from Kodak. It was announced August 2, 2005 within the Performance series. Its siblings are the P850 and the P712. The P880, however, possesses the largest optical sensor of all three models, with a size of 1/1.8 inches. Distinguishing features include a wide angle coverage of 24mm (35 mm equivalent), on screen histogram display, and manual focus-by-wire. In terms of the Kodak product line and price the Performance series are the most sophisticated EasyShare cameras, just below the considerably more expensive Kodak professional DCS pro SLR digital cameras that were discontinued in May 2005. Reviews Service and Support Related Information
    6.25
    4 votes
    98
    Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ50

    Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ50

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Sensor type: Charge-coupled device
    • Manufacturer: Panasonic
    Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ50 is a superzoom bridge digital camera by Panasonic. It is the successor of the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ30. While the FZ30 was a major upgrade of the FZ20 both internally and externally, the FZ50 differs relatively little from the FZ30. The main differences are: The camera is known for its high-quality optics and effective optical image stabilization system. Many professional reviews have commended it for its excellent pictures at ISO 100, but it has a reputation for excessively "smeary" noise reduction at higher ISO settings; this can be negated by using the RAW capture mode. It uses proprietary Lithium-Ion batteries. There is no storage built into the camera; an MMC, SD, or SDHC card is required. High-speed SD cards up to 2 GB and SDHC cards up to 16GB are supported. The camera has many SLR-like handling features: dual control wheels for aperture and shutter speed, manual focus (focus-by-wire) and zoom rings, and a flash hot shoe. It is among the largest non-SLR cameras built, and is positioned at the high end of the bridge-camera market. Zooming while recording movies is supported since the zoom is manual. The camera also includes an "extended optical zoom"
    6.25
    4 votes
    99

    Technika SH-Z625

    The Technika SH-Z625 is a 6 Mega pixel compact digital camera sold by Tesco. The camera is powered by two AA batteries and has a 3X optical zoom, and a 5X digital zoom. The lens has a focal length ranging from 5.8 to 17.4 mm. It has no optical viewfinder, but has a 2.4 inch TFT LCD screen. It has automatic focus and flash. A single (micro USB) connection is used both as a USB 2.0 interface and video out. Under USB the camera acts as a USB mass storage device giving access to the SD memory card. The USB connection also allows printing via PictBridge. The video-out connection is combined in the USB cable and is used for play-back of video clips (without sound) and slideshows of still pictures. Video clips are recorded with sound, using an AVI file format.
    6.25
    4 votes
    100
    Canon EOS 350D

    Canon EOS 350D

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Manufacturer: Canon
    The Canon EOS 350D (Canon EOS Digital Rebel XT in North America and the Canon EOS Kiss Digital N in Japan) is an 8.0-megapixel entry-level digital single-lens reflex camera manufactured by Canon. The model was initially announced in February 2005. It uses Compact Flash storage and a Lithium ion battery. Part of the EOS, it is the successor to the EOS 300D and the predecessor to the EOS 400D (or Digital Rebel XTi), which was released in August 2006. Since early 2008, the 350D has been remaindered (production ceased in 2005). The 350D is an upgraded version of the popular Canon EOS 300D, which was the first sub-US$1000 digital SLR, introduced in 2003. There are some differences between the 350D and the 300D. Many of the features 'locked out' by Canon in the 300D were unlocked in this camera, so it has been subject to less unofficial 'hacking' to release the locked features. In addition to these unlocked features, a number of other improvements have been made. Some of the most significant upgrades include: The Canon EOS 350D comes with Digital Photo Professional to be able to change RAW images to TIFF or JPEG. This was only available on Canon's professional cameras. Canon had
    7.00
    3 votes
    101
    Nikon Coolpix S1

    Nikon Coolpix S1

    • Format: Ultra Compact
    • Sensor type: Charge-coupled device
    • Manufacturer: Nikon Corporation
    The Coolpix S1 is a brand of digital camera produced by Nikon. Its image sensor is a CCD with 5.0 million pixels. It has a 2.5-inch thin-film transistor liquid crystal display device with 110,000 pixels. Media related to Nikon Coolpix S1 at Wikimedia Commons
    7.00
    3 votes
    102
    Nikon D5000

    Nikon D5000

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Manufacturer: Nikon Corporation
    The D5000 is a 12.3 megapixel DX format DSLR Nikon F-mount camera, announced by Nikon on 14 April 2009, and rumored to have been discontinued in November 2010. Although it is listed as discontinued on the Nikon Japan website, it is still available in other regions as of April 2011. The D5000 has many features in common with the D90. It features a 2.7-inch 230,000-dot resolution tilt-and-swivel LCD monitor (D90 is 3.0-inch (76 mm), 920,000 pixel, without swivel or tilt), live view, ISO 200–3200 (100–6400 with Boost), 3D tracking Multi-CAM1000 11-point AF system, active D-Lighting system and automatic correction of lateral chromatic aberration. It was the second Nikon DSLR camera to feature movie mode after the feature was introduced by the D90, though this capability has now been extended to other models as well, such as the D300S and the D3S. Some newer models are even capable of 1080p 24 frame/s video, such as the Nikon D3100, Nikon D5100 and the Nikon D7000. As with the D90, each uninterrupted movie shot at 720p is limited to 5 minutes duration and 20 minutes for all other resolutions (the D7000 can do 20 min movies). One-button Live View mode features subject tracking and face
    7.00
    3 votes
    103

    Ricoh Caplio GX100

    The Ricoh Caplio GX100 is a compact digital camera. It has a wide angle zoom lens equivalent to 24–72 mm (35 mm film camera equivalent) and can take photos in Raw image format, using the Adobe DNG format. This camera was succeeded by the Ricoh Caplio GX 200. Imaging device 1/1.75″ CCD with 10.01 million effective pixels (total pixels: 10.3 million) Lens Focal distance: 5.1 to 15.3 mm (24 to 72 mm converted to 35mm format camera); Aperture (F): F 2.5 to F 4.4 maximum; Digital zoom 3.0x Shooting range About 0.3 metres to infinity from lens tip Macro shooting range About 0.01 m to infinity (wide angle) or 0.04 m to infinity (telephoto) from lens tip Shutter Still: 180, 120, 60, 30, 15, 8, 4, 2, 1 – 1/2,000 seconds; Video: 1/30 – 1/2,000 seconds Pixels Still: 3648 x 2736, 3648 x 2432, 2736 × 2736, 3264 × 2448, 2592 x 1994, 2048 x 1536, 1280 x 960, 640 x 480 Video: 640 x 480, 320 × 240 Picture-quality modes F (Fine), N (Normal), RAW ISO sensitivity AUTO, AUTO-HI, 80, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600 Flash Auto, red-eye reduction, force flash, flash synchro, soft flash, flash off, Throw distance: approximately 0.2 to 5 metres (wide angle), 0.15 to 3 metres (telephoto) with ISO set to AUTO Focus
    7.00
    3 votes
    104
    Sony Cyber-shot DSC-G1

    Sony Cyber-shot DSC-G1

    • Format: Ultra Compact
    • Sensor type: Charge-coupled device
    • Manufacturer: Sony
    The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-G1 is a digital still camera manufactured by Sony in the Cyber-shot line. It is positioned as a "high-end" consumer product. Sony first announced the DSC-G1, the first model of the G series, on March 8th, 2007 in Las Vegas, CA. The G series is notable for being the first of Sony's line of cameras to have built in WiFi. The G1 is set to launch in April 2007 and Sony has set a suggested retail price of $600
    7.00
    3 votes
    105
    Nikon D40x

    Nikon D40x

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Sensor type: Charge-coupled device
    • Manufacturer: Nikon Corporation
    The D40x is an entry-level Nikon digital SLR, announced on 2007-03-06. Nikon introduced the D40x as a sister camera to the D40. While identical in external design to the D40, it differentiates itself by the inclusion of a higher resolution 10.2-megapixel CCD sensor, 3-frames-per-second continuous shooting, a sensitivity range extended down to ISO 100, and a longer battery life. However, it has only a 1/200 flash sync speed, reduced from the D40's 1/500. The launch was accompanied by the introduction of a new consumer-level telephoto zoom with vibration reduction, the AF-S DX VR Zoom-Nikkor 55-200mm f/4-5.6G IF-ED.. The camera lacks a built in autofocus motor which means that only Nikon lenses designated with AF-I and AF-S can be used in autofocus mode with the D40x (and D40), and the lenses designated AF, AF-D, AF-G, or AF-N can only be used in manual focus mode. Many recent third-party lenses now support integrated focusing motors and are thus compatible with the D40x. Nikon ceased production of the D40x in December 2007, shortly before the introduction of its successor the Nikon D60.
    6.00
    4 votes
    106
    Pentax Optio E60

    Pentax Optio E60

    • Format: Compact
    • Sensor type: Charge-coupled device
    • Manufacturer: Pentax
    Pentax Optio E60 is a digital camera produced by Pentax.
    6.00
    4 votes
    107
    Canon EOS 40D

    Canon EOS 40D

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Sensor type: CMOS sensor
    • Manufacturer: Canon
    The Canon EOS 40D is a 10.1-megapixel semi-professional digital single-lens reflex camera. It was initially announced on 20 August 2007 and was released at the end of that month. It is the successor of the Canon EOS 30D, and is succeeded by the EOS 50D. It can accept EF and EF-S lenses. Like its predecessor, it uses an APS-C sized image sensor, resulting in a 1.6x field of view crop factor. Changes over the 30D include a higher-resolution sensor (10.1 megapixel instead of 8.2). The sensor also has better noise control than previous models. The 40D has a larger memory buffer so more pictures can be taken in succession without a slow down in frame rate. Frames per second has been increased from 5 to 6.5. The 40D adds a new format, Canon's sRAW, which is a smaller RAW image for smaller prints and reduced file sizes. The 40D's RAW format is 14-bit instead of the 12-bit of the 30D. The camera uses the new DIGIC III image processor, which was first used in the Canon EOS-1D Mark III, introduced earlier that year. Canon’s DIGIC III processor delivers responsive operation, improved color rendering and near-instant start-up time. A new sensor cleaning system has been introduced. It can also
    8.00
    2 votes
    108
    Canon PowerShot S2 IS

    Canon PowerShot S2 IS

    • Manufacturer: Canon
    The Canon PowerShot S2 IS is a 5.0 megapixel digital camera that debuted in 2005. It is the second of Canon's cameras in the superzoom category, with an integrated 12x zoom lens and image stabilization technology (IS). Its predecessor was the Canon PowerShot S1 IS. It is succeeded by the Canon PowerShot S3 IS which has similar features but an improved 6 Megapixel CCD resolution and a larger LCD. The S2 IS is also believed to be susceptible to a sensor failure and/or jammed iris shutter, resulting in an inability to take photographs. Canon currently denies the existence of this problem, but numerous reports available on the internet suggest otherwise.
    8.00
    2 votes
    109
    Kodak c613

    Kodak c613

    Of the four new Kodak models announced at PMA 2007, the entry point looks to be the Kodak EasyShare C613, a six megapixel camera with Kodak-branded 3x optical zoom lens, 2.4" LCD display, and 10MB of built-in memory. Other features of the Kodak C613 include USB connectivity, an [SD / MMC card slot], and power from two AA batteries (with alkaline disposables in the product bundle). EasyShare C613 shooting modes include digital IS,auto, SCN, video, close-up and favorites. Available scene modes include portrait, night portrait, landscape, night landscape, closeup, sports, snow, beach, text/document, backlight, museum/manner, fireworks, high ISO, children, flower, self-portrait, sunset and candlelight. The C613's top ISO sensitivity is rated at 1,250. C613 movies are recorded in QuickTime MPEG4 format with audio, available in VGA (640 x 480) at 15 frame/s and QVGA (320 x 240) at 30 frame/s quality settings, with lengths up to 80 minutes based on memory capacity.
    8.00
    2 votes
    110
    Nikon Coolpix P90

    Nikon Coolpix P90

    The Nikon Coolpix P90 was launched by Nikon on February 3, 2009 as an improved version of the Nikon Coolpix P80. It is a 12-mega pixel CCD digital camera with a fixed 24× Zoom Nikkor ED glass lens giving more than twelve times image magnification fully extended. An in-camera feature compensates for lens pincushion- and barrel distortion in the image. The VR in this case refers to the vibration reduction image sensor shift system. The camera has a three-inch (76 mm) LCD display that may be folded 45 degrees downward and 90 degrees upward to facilitate shooting above-the-head or low-to-the ground images as well as traditional waist-level and eye-level viewing. The electronic eyelevel viewfinder has the same resolution as the LCD display. Switching between these alternatives is by simply depressing the DISP button next to the viewfinder. Most of the features otherwise are carried over from the P80 model. A year later in March 2010, the camera was replaced by the P100 model. The significant improvement is the use of a CMOS image sensor with claimed better light sensitivity and less noise, but with 10M pixel resolution. The zoom range is increased slightly to 26X. Media related to
    8.00
    2 votes
    111
    Sony Alpha 55

    Sony Alpha 55

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Manufacturer: Sony
    The Sony α55 (model variants SLT-A55V with GPS, SLT-A55 without GPS depending on country) is a midrange-level SLT camera, released in August 2010. Its design is novel due to its being the first digital single-lens translucent camera, along with the Sony α33. As an SLT it employs a semi-transparent mirror instead of an opaque mirror, which enables phase detection auto focus in live view. The design also replaces the optical viewfinder present in conventional DSLR with a high-resolution electronic viewfinder. The translucent mirror is fixed in position so does not have to flip up to take a still image, enabling rapid continuous shots of up to 10 frames per second. The static mirror also eliminates "mirror slap", the noise produced by the movement of the mirror during a shutter actuation, making the A55 quieter than standard DSLRs. The A55 is one of the first four Sony Alpha DSLR / SLT cameras with video mode included, capable of 1080i. It is also capable of shooting 1080p at 30fps. The SLT design means that it is capable of using phase-detection autofocus during video recording. It has body-integrated image stabilization, and a 16.2 MPx APS-C CMOS sensor. Media related to Sony
    8.00
    2 votes
    112
    Sony Cyber-shot DSC-F717

    Sony Cyber-shot DSC-F717

    The Sony DSC-F717 is a bridge digital camera announced by Sony in 2002. It features a 5.0 megapixel CCD sensor (8.80 × 6.60 mm). It has a 38–190 mm equiv. Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar lens with an aperture of f/2.0-f/2.4 which can be considered as a very fast lens in its class. Photos taken can be saved as JPEG or TIFF. Recording movie clips in MPEG EX/HQX is also possible. It was made in Japan, uses the Sony infoLITHIUM M-size battery and saves to Memory Sticks.
    8.00
    2 votes
    113
    Dreameye

    Dreameye

    The Dreameye is a digital camera released for the Dreamcast in 2000 in Japan only. It was designed to be used as a webcam and a digital still camera, and there were plans for games to involve the Dreameye. The Dreameye was only released in Japan, and Dreameye functionality was absent in non-Japanese versions of the games it could be used with. It came with the Divers 2000 Dreamcast, but was also sold separately. The DreamEye can be seen as the first use of a digital camera on a video games console. The Dreameye was originally unveiled by SEGA in 2000 although it was in development since 1998 and in conceptual stages long before that. The Dreameye came with a microphone headset, a stand, batteries, software, a cable to connect the Dreameye to the Dreamcast and a Dreameye microphone plug card. The Dreameye takes pictures at approximately 0.3 megapixels (640×480 pixels), but in order to send them via e-mail the pictures in question had to be first saved to a Dreamcast memory card. Upon transferring the pictures off of the card they resized to a resolution of 320px by 240px. The Dreameye concept was created as the Dreamcast's answer to webcams at the time.
    9.00
    1 votes
    114

    FinePix S9100

    Fujifilm Finepix s9600 or Finepix s9100 is a prosumer or bridge digital camera released by Fujifilm in 2006 and intended for the enthusiastic amateur. The camera is basically an upgrade from the Finepix s9500 or s9000 due to a few technical faults such as the Command dial failure. A few upgrades have been put in place such as improved LCD size and quality, image sharpness and low light autofocus, the new camera acts as a definite upgrade to its predecessor. However. it does not have optical image stabilization, a desirable feature in long-zoom cameras. Consumers wanting that feature would have to wait until the next upgrade of this line of camera, the S100fs. It has a long list of advanced prosumer features, like combining having wide angle (28mm equivalent on a 35mm camera) with having a long-zoom which is rare among long-zoom cameras (most of which being 35mm equivalent at the wide end of the zoom). It also has a full range of manual settings, mechanical zoom ring, high ISO-sensitivities and some of the versatile features of Live-Preview Digital cameras (LPDs) or compact cameras like movie mode, movable LCD panel, macro mode, etc.
    9.00
    1 votes
    115
    Olympus C-740UZ

    Olympus C-740UZ

    The Olympus C-740UZ is a digital camera manufactured by Olympus. It was first released in 2003. The UZ in the camera's name refers to Ultra Zoom; 10 times zoom being a significant increase over the more standard three times zoom capability of standard digital cameras. The lens is an Olympus aspherical glass zoom lens 6.3 – 63mm (37.9-379mm equivalent for 35mm format). The 10x zoom is equivalent to 38-380mm in 35mm photography. The specifications describe it as 11 lenses in 7 groups. The camera has a built-in manual pop-up flash. Movies can be recorded without sound and the recording time is dependent on the xD card capacity. They are in QuickTime ( .mov) format. The camera can use AA batteries (4) including rechargeable batteries. Alternatively it can take two CR-V3 (LB-01) lithium or Li-Ion batteries. Image quality issues noted in the review by Steves Digicams were "The overall image quality is quite good but it does exhibit some problems with chromatic aberration (purple fringing) of objects with strong backlighting. This is a problem with all of the "Ultra Zoom" cameras and seems to be very difficult to eliminate when coupling a CCD imager to a long 8x-10x telephoto zoom lens."
    9.00
    1 votes
    116
    Olympus E-20

    Olympus E-20

    The Olympus E-20 (available under the names E-20N and E-20P, depending on whether it had NTSC or PAL video output, respectively) is a 5-megapixel non-interchangeable lens DSLR manufactured by Olympus of Japan, as a successor to its E-10 model. It also has a fixed lens and a a beam splitting prism instead of a moving mirror.
    9.00
    1 votes
    117
    Olympus Stylus 710

    Olympus Stylus 710

    The Olympus μ("mju") 700 — also known as the Olympus Stylus 710 in North America — is a 7.1 megapixel ultra-compact digital camera introduced by Olympus Corporation in 2006. It features a 1/2.3″ CCD, a 3x zoom lens, and a weatherproof body like some of the other Olympus Stylus cameras and has a maximum resolution of 3072 × 2304 pixels. It is also the most lightweight camera of the Stylus line, weighing only 103 g without the battery and xD-Picture Card. The µ700 is available in several different colors: black, silver, orange, and blue.
    9.00
    1 votes
    118
    Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ5

    Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ5

    The Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ5 is a superzoom bridge digital camera. It has Universal Serial Bus connectivity and has a mass of 326 grams (11.5 oz). It is featured with a black or silver model. Like its predecessors, it has its 12x optical zoom-lens designed by Leica, with the 35 mm equivalents being 36–432. In which, it has the improved optical image stabilization system (Mega O.I.S) and the Venus II engine, which helps process its images faster, after a shooting. Likewise, because of its functions, it is as though the FZ20 has come down to size. The only functions that the FZ5 does not include is its manual focus ring, flash hotshoe, and ED lens-element. Although the FZ20's lens also has frozen aperture at f/2.8 through the full zoom-range, the DMC-FZ5's is at 2.8–3.3, a relatively minor difference. The FZ5 has since been replaced by the FZ7.
    9.00
    1 votes
    119
    Panasonic Lumix DMC-G1

    Panasonic Lumix DMC-G1

    • Format: Mirrorless interchangeable lens camera
    • Sensor type: CMOS sensor
    • Manufacturer: Panasonic
    The Panasonic Lumix DMC-G1 was the first digital mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera (MILC) adhering to the Micro Four Thirds system system design standard. The G1 camera is similar to the larger Four Thirds system format DSLR cameras, but replaces the complex optical path needed for the optical viewfinder with an electronic viewfinder EVF displaying a live view image directly from the sensor. Eliminating the mirror box and optical viewfinder allows for smaller and lighter camera bodies, while the less complex optical path also allows for smaller, lighter lens designs. The DMC-G1 (also known as simply the "G1") was displayed for the first time at photokina 2008; it was available for sale in the United States and Europe in November 2008. The Micro Four Thirds system standard uses the same sized sensor (nominal 4000 pixels by 3000 pixels) as the original Four Thirds system. One advantage of the smaller MFT system sensor (when compared to market leaders Canon and Nikon APS-C and full frame sized) is the ability to engineer smaller and lighter lenses since the smaller sensor allows for a reduced image circle. The G1 camera and its lenses are smaller than competing DSLRs. It uses a
    9.00
    1 votes
    120
    Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX5

    Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX5

    • Format: Point and shoot camera
    • Manufacturer: Panasonic
    The Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX5, or LX5, is a high-end compact "point and shoot" camera launched by Panasonic in 2010 to succeed the LX3. The LX5 has:. Similar high-end compact cameras ("large" sensor and lens maximum aperture) are the Olympus XZ-1, the Canon PowerShot S95 and the Nikon Coolpix P7000.
    9.00
    1 votes
    121
    Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ3

    Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ3

    • Format: Point and shoot camera
    • Sensor type: Charge-coupled device
    • Manufacturer: Panasonic
    The Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ3 was a compact 'Travel Zoom' camera announced on January 31, 2007. It was the successor to the 2006 TZ1 announced in 2006, and was released in parallel with the TZ2. It has a 10x optical zoom with the focal range equivalent to 28-280mm (35mm film equivalent) coupled with Mega O.I.S. image stabiliser. It is a fully automatic compact camera, without manual control of aperture and shutter time. The TZ3 was awarded both the TIPA "Best Superzoom Digital Camera" award and the EISA "European Compact Camera" award in 2007. The TZ4, TZ5 (known as TZ15 in Asia, Australia and New Zealand) and TZ50 succeeded the TZ2 and TZ3.
    9.00
    1 votes
    122
    Pentax K100D

    Pentax K100D

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Sensor type: Charge-coupled device
    • Manufacturer: Pentax
    The Pentax K100D and similar Pentax K110D are 6 megapixel digital single-lens reflex cameras, launched in the U.S. on May 22, 2006. The K100D has a maximum resolution of 3008 x 2008, and can also down-sample to 2400 x 1600 and 1536 x 1024. The slowest metered shutter speed is 30 seconds and the fastest shutter is 1/4000 seconds. The K100D features a six effective megapixel CCD sensor, coupled with an analog-to-digital converter (ADC) and a sensor-based shake reduction system. The K110D has exactly the same features as the K100D, except it lacks built-in shake reduction. The K100D is sometimes confused with the similarly named, but more advanced, Pentax K10D. The Pentax K200D, successor to the K100D and K100D Super, was officially announced on January 23, 2008. On June 27, 2007, Pentax announced the K100D Super. It retains the features and the 6.1 megapixel image sensor of the K100D, while adding support for Supersonic Drive Motor(SDM) lenses and dust reduction technology. Although K100D Super was announced in June, it seems that camera was in production since January 2007 (manufacture date found in Exif data of shots). The K100D and K110D, and K100D Super have been discontinued in
    9.00
    1 votes
    123
    Coolpix 5700

    Coolpix 5700

    The Nikon Coolpix 5700 is a bridge digital camera manufactured and distributed by Nikon, succeeded by the Coolpix 8700, now both discontinued. A large zoom lens, a magnesium body, and other features make the 5700 unusual for a bridge camera, and it is very different from the later Coolpix cameras. Despite the solid construction, these cameras suffer from unprovoked sensor failure, a common problem for which Nikon has issued a service advisory.
    6.67
    3 votes
    124
    FinePix S2 Pro

    FinePix S2 Pro

    The Fujifilm FinePix S2 Pro is an interchangeable lens digital single-lens reflex camera introduced in January 2002. It is based on a Nikon F80 (N80 in the U.S.) film camera body that was modified by Fujifilm to include its own proprietary image sensor and electronics. Because of the Nikon body, it has a Nikon F lens mount and so can use most lenses made for Nikon 35 mm cameras. It is autofocusing, with an electronically controlled focal plane shutter with speeds from 30 sec. to 1/4000 sec., built-in exposure metering and pop-up flash. Its ISO film speed equivalents range from 100 - 1600. The S2 Pro also has sound recording capability. The camera is no longer in production, having been superseded by the Fujifilm FinePix S3 Pro in February 2004. Aside from the Nikon lens mount, the camera's principal distinction is its 6.17 megapixel photo sensor. Known as the Super CCD, it is unique in having its photodiodes oriented diagonally rather than horizontally and vertically as in all other DSLR cameras. This allows the use of a sophisticated interpolation system that produces an output image equivalent to 12.1 megapixels. The apparent resolution of images in this interpolated mode lays
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    Sony Alpha 550

    Sony Alpha 550

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Manufacturer: Sony
    The Sony Alpha a550 (DSLR-A550) is a midrange-level digital single-lens reflex camera (DSLR) marketed by Sony and aimed at enthusiasts, it was released in August 2009. The camera features a 14.2 megapixel APS-C Type CMOS Exmor Sensor and features Sony's patented SteadyShot INSIDE stabilisation system which works with any attached lens. The Sony Alpha a550's main selling point is its dual Live View mode's, Sony's normal secondary; smaller sensor based Live View mode and another which uses the main sensor with no autofocus. The a550 also features a maximum of 7frame/s continuous shooting speed when operating in speed-priority mode and a maximum ISO of 1600 when in auto mode and 12800 ISO when in manual mode. The Sony Alpha a550 is "big brother" to the Sony Alpha a500, an almost identical DSLR with a smaller 12.3 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor, no 7frame/s continuous shooting and a lower resolution LCD. The a550 stands out from other DSLR's in its price range with its use of 2 separate Live View modes. The first mode operates in the same way other DSLR's do, by switching from using the main sensor to using a secondary, smaller sensor. This allows the a550 to autofocus in its first Live
    6.67
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    Canon EOS 10D

    Canon EOS 10D

    The Canon EOS 10D is a discontinued 6.3-megapixel semi-professional digital SLR camera, initially announced on 27 February 2003. It replaced the EOS D60, which is also a 6.3-megapixel digital SLR camera. It was succeeded by the EOS 20D in August 2004. The 10D is the last APS-C camera to only be able to mount EF lenses. The 10D was released before Canon made EF-S lenses available. All successive Canon Digital SLR cameras with APS-C sensors can mount the EF-S lenses. Although the sensor remained the same, the 10D incorporated many changes compared to its predecessor. Current Firmware Update is 2.01 (as of 2011-03-17). It is necessary to update to the firmware to enable PICTBRIDGE support on the Canon EOS 10D. PICTBRIDGE allows the printing of images from a camera directly to a printer, without using a personal computer as an intermediary device. Canon EOS 10D Firmware Update 2.01 Media related to Canon EOS 10D at Wikimedia Commons
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    4 votes
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    Nikon Coolpix 5200

    Nikon Coolpix 5200

    The Nikon Coolpix 5200 is a digital camera manufactured and distributed by Nikon. It features 5.1 megapixels, and a 3x optical/4x digital zoom. It is part of the Nikon Coolpix line of cameras Technology. Announced in February 2004 (alongside an otherwise identical 4MP camera, the Coolpix 4200), the Coolpix 5200 represents the latest in a long line of ever-smaller Nikon compact cameras that stretches all the way back to the late 1990s. Although the Coolpix 5200 echoes the basic design of the previous generation of Nikon Compacts (the 3200 and 4200), it is a good deal smaller, thanks no doubt to the use of an all-metal (Aluminum) body, rather than Nikon's more usual plastics. Nikon has managed to squash an impressive amount of power into the 5200's diminutive body (which is only a shade larger than a credit card), including an all-new ED glass 3x zoom lens, automatic red-eye removal, 15 (count 'em) scene modes, scene-assist functions (with overlays to ensure you put the subject in the right part of the frame) and a 30 frames per second movie mode. Here's just a few of the Coolpix 5200's headline features: 5MP resolution 3x Nikkor ED zoom lens with aspherical element Digital Zoom 4x
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    4 votes
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    Canon EOS 600D

    Canon EOS 600D

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Sensor type: CMOS sensor
    • Manufacturer: Canon
    The Canon EOS 600D is an 18.0 megapixel digital single-lens reflex camera, released by Canon on 7 February 2011. It is known as the EOS Kiss X5 in Japan and the EOS Rebel T3i in the Americas. The 600D is the second Canon EOS camera with an articulating LCD screen and supersedes the 550D, although the earlier model was not discontinued until June 2012, when the successor of the 600D, the 650D, was announced. As with many DSLRs and unlike the SLT cameras, the 600D does not have continuous auto-focus while filming video; to keep a moving subject in focus the user must either trigger the auto-focus, as when shooting stills, or track the subject's motion manually.
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    Canon PowerShot S410

    Canon PowerShot S410

    • Manufacturer: Canon
    The Canon Digital IXUS 430 is (PowerShot ELPH S410 in North America and IXY Digital 450 in Japan) is a Canon Digital IXUS series compact digital camera from Canon. The Digital IXUS 430 has 4.0 megapixels, has a 3x zoom lens, and is also capable of shooting 3 minute videos with sound. There has been a Service Notice by Canon stating that the vendor supplied CCD image sensor used in this camera can cause a malfunction. The affected cameras (s410) show the symptoms such as a corrupted image, lines going across the LCD screen, lack of color of the image produced, or no image produced. Shots by the camera will also display these symptoms.In Canon's service notice they also stated the following: "Effective immediately, and regardless of warranty status, Canon will repair, free of charge, products exhibiting the above-mentioned malfunction if the malfunction is caused by the CCD image sensor. Canon will also cover the cost of shipping and handling in connection with this repair." 2. Canon PowerShot S410 Digital Camera Manual iUserManual Dec 2, 2010 Media related to Canon Digital IXUS 430 at Wikimedia Commons
    7.50
    2 votes
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    Cyber-shot

    Cyber-shot

    Cyber-shot is a line of digital cameras made by Sony. Sony released the first Cyber-shot in 1996. The Cyber-shot range is known for its proprietary InfoLithium battery pack, the trademark Carl Zeiss lenses, and overall design. All Cyber-shot models have a DSC prefix in their names, which is an acronym for "Digital Still Camera". All Cyber-shot cameras accept Sony's proprietary Memory Stick or Memory Stick PRO Duo flash memory. Select models have also supported CompactFlash. Current Cyber-shot cameras support Memory Stick PRO Duo, SD and SDHC. The current line up consists of: Sony Ericsson, now Sony Mobile Communications also (as of 2012) had a line of mobile phones named Cyber-shot. Sony released the first Cyber-shot in 1996. There are multiple types of Cyber-shot cameras. Media related to Category:Sony Cyber-shot at Wikimedia Commons
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    DC E310

    The BenQ DC E310 digital compact camera features a user-friendly interface for easy operation. The TFT LCD on the back of the camera ensures a direct view at the recorded images. The BenQ DC E310 incorporates an image processor that enables high resolution (interpolated) images of 5 Megapixels and supports PictBridge standard to ensure easy and fast Direct Print when the camera is connected to a PictBridge printer. Furthermore the BenQ E310 can also function as a webcam. The dimensions of the camera are only 89.5 x 56 x 24 mm with a weight of 82 g.
    7.50
    2 votes
    132
    Epson R-D1

    Epson R-D1

    • Format: Rangefinder camera
    • Sensor type: Charge-coupled device
    • Manufacturer: Epson
    The R-D1, announced by Epson in March 2004 and discontinued in 2007, was the first digital rangefinder camera. Manufactured by Cosina, which also builds the current Voigtländer and Zeiss Ikon (ZM) cameras, the R-D1 and its successor, the Epson R-D1s (mechanically identical but with a firmware upgrade), use Leica M-mount lenses or earlier Leica screw mount lenses with an adapter. An unusual feature to note on the RD-1 is that it is a digital camera that has a mechanical shutter, despite not being a DSLR. The controls operate in the same way as film-based rangefinder cameras. Data such as white balance, shutter speed, picture quality, and shots remaining are all displayed with servo driven indicators on a dial like a watch face (made by Epson's parent company Seiko). With the rear screen folded away, it is not obviously a digital camera. The R-D1s's successor, the R-D1x and R-D1xG was made available from April 9th 2009 in Japan only.
    7.50
    2 votes
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    Nikon Coolpix S3

    Nikon Coolpix S3

    The Coolpix S3 is a digital camera branded by Nikon. Its image sensor is a CCD with 6 million effective pixels (6.4 million total) with a 2.5-inch thin-film transistor liquid crystal display.
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    Nikon D3X

    Nikon D3X

    • Sensor type: CMOS sensor
    • Manufacturer: Nikon Corporation
    The Nikon D3X is a 24.5 megapixel professional-grade full frame (35mm) digital single-lens reflex camera (DSLR) announced by the Nikon Corporation on 1 December 2008. The D3X is the third camera in Nikon's line to offer a full frame sensor, following the D3 and D700. As Nikon's new flagship model, it augments the Nikon D3S, Nikon's high-speed professional model, and while the D3S retains advantages in terms of high ISO performance and higher frame rate, the D3X offers a dramatic increase in resolution and image detail. The D3S and D3X follow the earlier Nikon D1, Nikon D2H, Nikon D2Hs, Nikon D2X, Nikon D2Xs, and Nikon D3 as the company's top-of-the-line DSLRs intended for professional photographers, which in turn share a lineage with the Nikon F through Nikon F6 series of film SLRs. It otherwise offers nearly all the features of the D3S, including robust weather-sealed alloy-body construction and a built-in vertical grip. Its Nikon EXPEED image processor features automatic correction of lateral chromatic aberration, and vignetting ("vignette control") and lens distortion ("distortion"), as well as image rotation ("straighten") via playback ("retouch") menu and in camera 5:4 aspect
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    2 votes
    135
    Olympus E-1

    Olympus E-1

    The Olympus E-1, introduced in 2003, was the first DSLR system camera designed from the ground up for digital photography. This contrasts with its contemporaries which offered systems based on reused parts from previous 135 film systems, modified to fit with a sensor size of APS-C. The E-1 uses the Four Thirds System lens mount and imaging system. This design choice means that because the CCD is smaller than a 35 mm negative, Four Thirds System lenses and camera bodies can be made smaller and lighter than those of preceding SLRs. Characteristics: Sometimes the user experiences bright spots in long (greater than a few seconds) exposures. This is called long exposure noise. By turning on the "Noise Removal" (not "Noise Filter"), the E-1 will do a “dark frame subtraction” to get rid of these erroneous bright spots. The development of the E-1 involved the revitalization of Olympus' old Zuiko lens brand, through a new range named "Zuiko Digital" with the Four Thirds System lens mount. The E-1 was usually sold bundled with a splash proof Zuiko Digital 14–54 mm 1:2.8–3.5 zoom lens. Olympus initially gave away free adapters to connect OM lenses to the new Four Thirds System mount. This
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    2 votes
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    Olympus E-30

    Olympus E-30

    The Olympus E-30 is a Four Thirds System camera, sitting between the Olympus E-520 and the E-3 cameras in terms of size, weight, capabilities and price. It is sold in a kit with the Zuiko Digital ED 14–54mm f2.8–3.5 II lens.
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    2 votes
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    Sigma SD14

    Sigma SD14

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Sensor type: CMOS sensor
    • Manufacturer: Sigma Corporation
    The Sigma SD14 is a digital single-lens reflex camera produced by the Sigma Corporation of Japan. It is fitted with a Sigma SA mount which takes Sigma SA lenses. The camera was announced on August 29, 2006 with a "teaser" advertising campaign and was unveiled at the Photokina trade show in Cologne, Germany on 2006-09-26. After production delays, Sigma announced the official release of the SD14 to be on March 6th, 2007. Sigma has released sample images on their website. Contrary to most consumer cameras, which use color sensors based on a Bayer color array, the SD14 uses a Foveon X3 sensor. Also peculiar is the fact that the infrared filter is on the lens mount and doubles as a dust protector, sealing the mirror and sensor compartment, and can be removed easily, to allow infrared photography. The camera uses the SA mount, for which only Sigma itself manufactures lenses. Physically, the SA mount is identical to the PK mount with a reduced back-focus of 44.0mm (equals Canon EOS) as opposed to the 45.5mm of Pentax PK and M42. The Sigma SA lens protocol is a clone of the Canon EF protocol. This provides a not so obvious but very interesting option that most Canon EF-mount lenses will
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    2 votes
    138
    Canon EOS 5D Mark II

    Canon EOS 5D Mark II

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Sensor type: CMOS sensor
    • Manufacturer: Canon
    The Canon EOS 5D Mark II is a 21.1-megapixel full-frame CMOS digital single-lens reflex camera made by Canon, the first Canon EOS camera to have video recording capabilities. It succeeds the EOS 5D and was announced on 17 September 2008. On 2 March 2012, Canon announced the camera's successor: the Canon EOS 5D Mark III. The 5D Mark II is the first camera in the EOS line to provide video recording functions. Still photography during video recording is possible, but the camera suspends recording video until the final still frame is captured. The Li-Ion battery for the 5D Mark II (LP-E6) has a 1800mAh capacity. Each battery contains a microchip with a unique identifier for reporting charge status and battery health for display on the camera. The 5D Mark II's "Battery Info" screen can track battery health and shooting history for up to six LP-E6 batteries. The 5D Mark II was the first DSLR to feature 1080p video recording. The Canon PowerShot SX 1 IS followed with full HD in a bridge digital camera soon after. The 16:9 aspect ratio portion of the sensor used in video mode is equivalent in sensitive area to a VistaVision 8/35 frame. This large sensor allows videos to be recorded with
    6.33
    3 votes
    139
    Kodak Z612 Zoom Digital Camera

    Kodak Z612 Zoom Digital Camera

    • Manufacturer: Eastman Kodak
    The Kodak Easyshare Z612 ZOOM is a consumer digital camera. It features a Schneider-Kreuznach VARIOGON 35mm-420mm (35mm Equivalent) AF 12x Optical Zoom lens. One unique feature is its optical image stabilization. It also has an electric viewfinder and a 2.5" LCD screen. This camera features manual control over the aperture and shutter speed. Product Page on kodak website List of products manufactured by Kodak
    6.33
    3 votes
    140
    Nikon Coolpix 8400

    Nikon Coolpix 8400

    The Nikon Coolpix 8400 is a digital camera announced September 16, 2004 succeeding the Nikon Coolpix 5400 . It is a high-end model among the brand's range of bridge cameras with eight megapixels, only below the Nikon Coolpix 8800 equipped with a more powerful zoom lens. Besides its pixel count, its main selling point is the very wide angle lens, equivalent to a 24 mm in 135 film format. Its only competitor at a comparable price is the Kodak EasyShare P880 who have a longer telephoto lens but is bigger and lacks a swivelling screen.
    6.33
    3 votes
    141
    Canon EOS 400D

    Canon EOS 400D

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Sensor type: CMOS sensor
    • Manufacturer: Canon
    The EOS 400D, called Digital Rebel XTi in North America and EOS Kiss Digital X in Japan, is an entry level digital single-lens reflex camera introduced by Canon 24 August 2006. It is the successor of the popular Canon EOS 350D, upgrading to a 10.1 megapixel CMOS sensor, a larger continuous shooting buffer, an integrated image sensor vibrating cleaning system (first use in a Canon EOS DSLR), a more precise 9-point auto focus system from the EOS 30D, improved grip, and a bigger 2.5-inch (64 mm) LCD with 230,000 pixels and a larger viewing angle which replaces the top status screen. Unlike the 350D, the 400D file numbering system holds 9,999 pictures as opposed to 100 photos in one folder. The 400D uses the DIGIC II image processor, as is used in the 350D. Support for the Media Transfer Protocol (MTP) USB protocol is available since version 1.1.0. The latest firmware available is version 1.1.1. It was succeeded by the Canon EOS 450D (Rebel XSi in North America) which was announced at the PMA show in January 2008 with sales commencing in April 2008. 400plus is a firmware addon which offers additional functionality for Canon 400D, such as intervalometer and custom autofocus patterns.
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    Canon EOS 550D

    Canon EOS 550D

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Sensor type: CMOS sensor
    • Manufacturer: Canon
    The Canon EOS 550D is an 18.0 megapixel digital single-lens reflex camera, announced by Canon on 8 February 2010. It was made available starting 24 February 2010 and to US dealers starting early March. It is known as the EOS Kiss X4 in Japan, and as the EOS Rebel T2i in the Americas. It continued the entry-level digital SLR camera series (known as the Rebel line in the Americas) of Canon, and was placed by Canon as the successor model to the EOS 500D. It was superseded by the EOS 600D (Kiss X5/Rebel T3i), but remained in Canon's lineup until being discontinued in June 2012 with the announcement of the EOS 650D (Kiss X6i/Rebel T4i). The 550D comes with following image processing and camera operating software: ZoomBrowser EX / ImageBrowser Image Processing, Digital Photo Professional, PhotoStitch, EOS Utility and Picture Style Editor. The Canon 550D has available accessories such as: In July 2010 Canon released firmware 1.0.8 that fixes a phenomenon in which the set aperture moves unexpectedly when shooting movies in manual exposure mode using some Canon lenses (such as macro lenses). 25 December 2010 Canon offered firmware version 1.0.9 which should fix tone jumps in some images,
    8.00
    1 votes
    143
    Kodak EasyShare CX4200

    Kodak EasyShare CX4200

    • Manufacturer: Eastman Kodak
    The Kodak CX4200 Digital Camera is a 2 megapixel digital camera made by the Eastman Kodak Company. It can take photos but not videos.
    8.00
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    Nikon D3

    Nikon D3

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Sensor type: CMOS sensor
    • Manufacturer: Nikon Corporation
    The Nikon D3 is a 12.1 megapixel professional grade full frame (35 mm) digital single lens reflex camera (DSLR) announced by the Nikon Corporation on 23 August 2007 along with the Nikon D300 DX format camera. The D3, along with the Nikon D3X, was a flagship model in Nikon's line of DSLRs, superseding the D2Hs and D2Xs. The D3, D3X, D3S and D700 are the only Nikon DSLRs manufactured in Japan. It was replaced by the D3S as Nikon's high speed flagship DSLR. The D3 features a full frame 35 mm equivalent CMOS image sensor measuring 23.9 mm × 36.0 mm. This sensor is larger than the DX format sensors of all previous Nikon DSLRs, and Nikon has coined the term "FX format" to describe it. The D3's sensor has larger pixels and greater light sensitivity than previous DX sensors. This allows the camera to reach higher equivalent film speeds and produce images with less noise in low light situations. Low light situations include times when the camera is operated at high shutter speed or high f number, where the lens' aperture is reduced to improve depth of field and sharpness. The sensor captures image data at 14 bits per color channel through 12-channel parallel readout, which ensures 9 frame/s
    8.00
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    Nikon D3000

    Nikon D3000

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Manufacturer: Nikon Corporation
    The Nikon D3000 is a 10.2 megapixel DX format DSLR Nikon F-mount camera announced by Nikon on 30 July 2009. It replaces the D40 as Nikon's entry level DSLR. It features a 3.0-inch 230,000-dot resolution LCD monitor, CCD sensor with ISO 100–1600 (3200 with Boost) and 3D tracking Multi-CAM1000 11-point AF system which makes it quite similar to the Nikon D200 in these main parts. Initially priced with $599 MSRP, actual prices are much lower. The D3000 was superseded by the D3100 on August 19, 2010. Like the Nikon D40, D40x, D60 and D5000, the D3000 has no in-body autofocus motor, and fully automatic autofocus requires a lens with an integrated autofocus-motor. With any other lenses the camera's electronic rangefinder can be used to manually adjust focus. Can mount unmodified A-lenses (also called Non-AI, Pre-AI or F-type) with support of the electronic rangefinder and without metering. Reviews of Nikon D3000 have been generally positive, noting that the image quality of the D3000 is comparable to more expensive 10 megapixel cameras, while recognizing certain weaknesses such as the lack of live view and HD movie capabilities or movie capabilities in general. Image noise compared to the
    8.00
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    146

    Olympus C-3000 Zoom

    The Olympus C-3000 Zoom is a self-contained color digital camera system, produced by the Olympus Optical Co., Ltd.. The C-3000 Zoom offers a 3× optical zoom lens, support for SmartMedia storage, and a 3.3 megapixel, 1/1.8-inch CCD image sensor. The camera supports automatic "point-and-shoot" type photography (P Setting), as well as three manual modes (S - Shutter Priority, A - Aperture Priority, and M - Fully Manual). It supports lighting color correction (Flash, Sunlight, Clouds, Incandescent, Fluorescent, and Automatic). The camera supports an external flash via a proprietary connector and bracket, however it does not provide a hotshoe on the camera. The camera may be operated conventionally, fired via a remote control, fired by time delay, or fired-by-wire via software such as Cam2Com . The camera features F-Stop settings ranging from F2.8 to F11, and exposure settings from 1/800 to 16 seconds. One can take photos in a SHQ (Super High Quality) mode. It offers QuickTime Movie capture at 15 fps with sound. Sound can be recorded during video filming or a 4-second sound bite can be recorded for play with a single image. There are five small holes just above the lens on the right;
    8.00
    1 votes
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    Samsung S860

    Samsung S860

    • Format: Compact
    • Sensor type: Charge-coupled device
    • Manufacturer: Samsung Electronics
    The Samsung S860 camera made by the hardware company Samsung.
    8.00
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    148
    Sony α 200

    Sony α 200

    Sony α 200 (DSLR-A200) is the third model of Sony α digital cameras. The model offers a slight upgrade from the Sony α 100 at a lower price. It first shipped in February 2008. It was officially succeeded by the Sony α 230, however the α 230 seems to be targeted towards a more entry-level market as the α 230 is much lighter, also several features have been removed and direct buttons to several options have been replaced with on-screen menus. Many Alpha enthusiasts believe that the true replacement for the α 200 is the α 450 as it is more similar in size and weight, features and target market. Some of the major changes from the previous A100 model are:
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    1 votes
    149
    Sony α 700

    Sony α 700

    • Manufacturer: Sony
    Sony α 700 (DSLR-A700) was the second model launched in the Sony α series of digital single-lens reflex cameras. This model appeared to reuse some technology of the former Konica Minolta Maxxum 7D (e.g. same man-machine command interface/commands, similar LCD menus, very similar viewfinder and compatible Sony-Konica-Minolta lenses) On March 8, 2007, at the PMA Trade Show, Sony announced two new α cameras, both positioned to be "above" the α100 in the Alpha line-up. One model was referred to as a "high amateur" model, with a release date of late 2007. On September 6, 2007, Sony announced that the Sony α700 would be launched on November 16, 2007. However, the Sony A700 went on sale almost immediately. By the end of Sept 2007, the A700 could be ordered from SonyStyle.com or purchased at most BestBuy locations. Featuring the Exmor CMOS sensor with 12.24 Mpixels capable of images at a maximum of 4288 × 2856 resolution, together with a BIONZ image processor for supporting RAW noise reduction and ISO 3200 and 6400 boost sensitivity. Also featuring HDMI output and a magnesium alloy and polycarbonate body. The camera has the combo with the DT16-105 lens kit (DT 16-105mm F3.5-5.6) at
    8.00
    1 votes
    150
    Canon PowerShot Pro1

    Canon PowerShot Pro1

    The PowerShot Pro1 is a digital camera made by Canon, announced in February 2004 and was discontinued first quarter of 2006. It uses a Sony-built 2/3 in (17 mm) 8.3 megapixel CCD image sensor, which gives a usable image size of approximately 8.0 megapixels. It was the most expensive fixed-lens camera sold by Canon at the time, and thus the top of the PowerShot range. It was the first fixed lens designated a Canon L series lens, a designation normally reserved for expensive EF-series SLR lenses. It has a variable-angle two-inch, polycrystalline silicon, thin-film transistor, color liquid crystal display with approximately 235,000 pixels and a colour electronic viewfinder (EVF) with the same resolution. The lens has a 35 mm equivalent zoom range of 28 to 200 mm. The shutter has a maximum speed of 1/4,000 second. The camera's dimensions are 117.5 mm in width, 72 mm in height, and 90.3 mm in depth. Its mass is 545 g.
    7.00
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    151
    Kodak DC215

    Kodak DC215

    The Kodak DC215 is a discontinued model of digital camera produced in Japan by the Eastman Kodak Company. This model does not have internal memory (only CompactFlash I cards), but a 4MB card is supplied with the camera. The camera has a 1 Megapixel sensor, a fixed focus lens with 2x optical zoom (F/4 wide, F/4.8 telephoto) and macro-setting and a built-in flash. The viewfinder is optical, it is possible to use the 1.8" rear LCD monitor as viewfinder ("Preview mode"), though Kodak does not recommend that due to high battery consumption. There was also a "Millennium Edition" which had a gold rather than silver case and came with some additional accessories. The Kodak DC215 had a notorious problem with its battery compartment. This compartment, which takes in 4 AA batteries, is made of plastic and breaks easily. People usually resorted to makeshift solutions such as using rubber bands or duct tape to work around this common problem
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    Kodak EasyShare Z712 IS

    Kodak EasyShare Z712 IS

    • Format: Bridge digital camera
    • Sensor type: Charge-coupled device
    • Manufacturer: Eastman Kodak
    The Kodak Z712 IS ZOOM digital camera is a high-end consumer digital camera. It features a 12x optical Schneider-Kreuznach zoom lens. The Kodak Z712 is the successor to the popular Z612 which was the model before it. The Kodak Z712 is in a class of cameras known as "Super Zooms". The Z712 features 12x zoom. Along with that it comes with manual options to adjust the shutter speed and aperture. List of products manufactured by Kodak
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    Nikon D300

    Nikon D300

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Sensor type: CMOS sensor
    • Manufacturer: Nikon Corporation
    The Nikon D300 is a 12.3-megapixel professional DX format digital single-lens reflex camera that Nikon Corporation announced on 23 August 2007 along with the Nikon D3 FX format camera. It replaced the D200 as Nikon's DX format flagship DSLR. The D300 was officially discontinued by Nikon on September 11, 2009, being succeeded by the Nikon D300S, which was released July 30, 2009. The D300 was designated by Nikon as the ultimate in DX format performance. It is quite similar to the D700, with the main difference being that the D300 uses a DX sensor instead of an FX sensor. It offers both high resolution and high speed (being able to capture 6 frames per second, and 8 frames per second with the addition of an optional MB-D10 battery pack). The D300 has not only a built in autofocus motor for all Nikon autofocus-lenses, but includes CPU and metering for older Nikon F-mount AI/AI-S lenses and the new generation perspective control lenses (PC-E). The built in intervalometer (timer) can be used for time-lapse low lit movies. The Nikon D300 was announced on August 23, 2007. Outdoor Photographer, Shutterbug Magazine, and the UK magazine, "What Digital Camera" presented initial 'First Look'
    7.00
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    Nikon D70

    Nikon D70

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Sensor type: Charge-coupled device
    • Manufacturer: Nikon Corporation
    The Nikon D70 is a digital single-lens reflex camera, introduced at the 2004 PMA Annual Convention and Trade Show, as Nikon's first consumer-level digital SLR, and a competitor to the Canon EOS 300D. It was often sold in a "kit-package" with the Nikon 18-70mm AF-S lens. The Nikon D70 was succeeded initially by the Nikon D70s and more recently by the Nikon D80 and Nikon D90, announced on August 9, 2006 and August 27, 2008 respectively. The Nikon D70 is the first DSLR camera built by Nikon's factory in Thailand. The D70 features include: Due of its hybrid electronic/mechanical shutter, it is in fact possible to flash sync the D70 and D70s beyond their published 1/500 maximum sync speed up to the maximum shutter speed of 1/8000. The Nikon D70 has been considered superior to its predecessor, the D100, despite the higher price of the latter. The D70 is backward compatible with most of the older Nikkor lenses. Sigma, Tokina and Tamron are other popular lens suppliers of Nikon F-mount lenses. In early 2005, Nikon announced the D70s. The D70s is essentially an update of the D70, adding a larger LCD screen (2 inches / 51 millimetres instead of 1.8 inches / 46 millimetres), though still
    7.00
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    Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ28

    Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ28

    • Format: Bridge digital camera
    • Sensor type: Charge-coupled device
    • Manufacturer: Panasonic
    The Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ28 is a superzoom bridge digital camera, replacing the similar Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ18. It was announced in 2008 and released for sale in the United Kingdom in August of that year. Like the FZ18 it has a Leica lens with an 18x optical zoom ratio. It has a slightly larger sensor than the FZ18, a 10.1 megapixel image resolution, and the newer Venus IV image processing engine. The macro mode allows the capturing of images at a distance of one centimetre. The camera also has intelligent scene detection, 15x face recognition, intelligence ISO, intelligent exposure. Three different aspect ratios are available: 4:3, 3:2 and 16:9. Still image quality settings include different qualities of jpeg output and RAW format (in .RW2 format); both jpeg and RAW recordings can be produced simultaneously. Various high-speed burst modes are available, going up to thirteen frames per second at two megapixels in 16:9 aspect ratio. Video output is 1280x720p at 30 frame/s HD 1080i in QuickTime format. There are three data outputs: AV, component out, and USB2.0. Internal memory is 50MB, supplemented by removable SD or SDHC cards of multi-gigabyte capacity.
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    Samsung i8 PMP

    The Samsung i8 PMP is a 8.2 megapixel camera and a portable media player. It has 195 MB of internal storage and accepts SD/SDHC Cards up to 4GB. 90.7 x 58 mm x 19.9 mm thick and weighs 116g without battery and card Camera is capable of 3X optical zoom and various color and humorous effects. It purports to support standard XVID MPEG4 but users report difficulty playing videos not encoded by Samsung's Microsoft Windows-based proprietary software
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    157
    Sony Cyber-shot DSC-N2

    Sony Cyber-shot DSC-N2

    • Format: Compact
    • Sensor type: Charge-coupled device
    • Manufacturer: Sony
    The Cyber-shot DSC-N2 is a digital camera manufactured by Sony. It is the successor to the Cyber-shot DSC-N1 The Cybershot DSC-N2 is a user-friendly model, with a 3" LCD viewscreen/touch panel on the back; the front panel is made of copper-coloured brushed metal. Costing about 399¬ツᆲ in Europe and $349 in the United States, the camera package includes a manual, camera, USB, TV-Out mlti charge cable, stylus and battery. The camera can take photos and edit them on the touch screen, with options such as resizing and drawing on/adding stamps to the images with the supplied stylus.
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    158
    Canon EOS 20D

    Canon EOS 20D

    The Canon EOS 20D is an 8.2-megapixel semi-professional digital single-lens reflex camera, initially announced on 19 August 2004 at a recommended retail price of US$1,499. It is the successor of the EOS 10D, and was succeeded by the EOS 30D in August 2006. It accepts EF and EF-S lenses and uses an APS-C sized image sensor. The 20D features a new sensor and a greater megapixel count (8.2 megapixels instead of 6.3) and retains the Canon 1.6x crop factor. The 20D supports USB 2.0. The 20D has a larger buffer and can shoot more frames per second. It also uses the E-TTL II flash metering system and uses the DIGIC II image processor. The EOS 20D (with appropriate firmware updates) can also accept the Canon Wireless File Transmitter WFT-E1/E1A for fast file transfer to a remote file server, either through an ethernet cable or a Wi-Fi network. The 20D is the first Canon prosumer camera to use the EF-S lens mount; the first Canon EOS camera to use the mount was the 300D (the Digital Rebel in North America). Canon released the EOS 20Da on 14 February 2005 in Japan. It is a variant of the 20D designed for astrophotography. On 1 June 2005 Canon announced that the 20Da would be made available
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    159
    Canon PowerShot TX1

    Canon PowerShot TX1

    • Format: Compact
    • Sensor type: Charge-coupled device
    • Manufacturer: Canon
    The Canon PowerShot TX1 is a Canon digital camera. It was released on February 22, 2007 The TX1 is Canon's attempt at a hybrid device designed to excel at both still imagery and video recording by offering both HDTV (1280×720 pixel, 30 frame/s) movie capture, as well as 10× stabilized zoom and 7.1 megapixel sensor. It is designed to improve upon hybrid offerings by competitors such as the Sony Cyber-shot M1, Sony Cyber-shot M2, and Pentax MX4. It is oriented vertically and uses the camcorder-like swivel LCD viewing screen. Canon compares the hybrid camera's size to that of the Canon ELPH series of cameras. The company distinguishes the camera for its optical image stabilizer technology, DIGIC III image processor, face detection technology and red-eye effect correction with a mention of its built-in lens cover and scratch-resistant, anti-reflective LCD screen. On its release it was termed the most expensive ultra zoom (10–12×) camera on the market. However, its combination of features made it an exceptional ultra zoom . It is relatively small (8.9 cm (3.5 in) × 6 cm (2.4 in) × 2.9 cm (1.1 in)) and as a hybrid camera it includes a combination of features that was a fairly
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    160

    FinePix S3500

    FujiFilm FinePix S3500 is a digital camera with a 6x optical zoom lens. The camera was released in 2005, and replaced the finepix S3100. The camera takes standard xD picture cards, can take pictures of between 0.3 and 4 megapixels, and movies of either 160 x 120 pixels, or 320 x 240 pixels resolution without sound. The camera bears a 1.5 inch LCD screen, 2.5x digital zoom, and a 55mm adaptor ring which helps protect the lens from physical harm and sun glare. A Wide angle or telephoto converter (sold separately) can be added in conjunction with the adaptor ring. The camera offers a fully automatic mode, several scene modes, and a manual mode which is more of an aperture priority mode. This gives the user control over the sharpness, flash strength, white balance, and exposure compensation. The shutter speed ranges from 1/1500 to 2 seconds. It can make videos in 320×240 or 640×480 sizes. Sound cannot be recorded in video mode.
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    3 votes
    161
    Olympus PEN E-PL1

    Olympus PEN E-PL1

    • Sensor type: Live MOS
    The Olympus PEN E-PL1, announced on 3 February 2010 was Olympus Corporation's third camera using the Micro Four Thirds system mount after the Olympus PEN E-P1 and Olympus PEN E-P2. It was the first camera in Olympus' "PEN Lite" line. The PEN E-PL1 is one of the lowest cost Micro Four Thirds cameras currently available, with a US dollar MSRP of $500. In August 2012, available from on-line retailers for $190. In terms of market, DPReview considers the E-PL1 more aimed at the point-and-shoot (compact camera) market, rather than the DSLR market (like the E-P1 & E-P2) – it is more of a large-sensor compact than a small format DSLR. The E-PL1 is easy to use in automatic mode, but due to the small number of dedicated dials and buttons, it can be more awkward to use in manual modes compared to a DSLR. A slightly updated E-PL1s was introduced in November 2010. The E-PL1s offered increased maximum ISO sensitivity and shipped with a slightly higher capacity battery and an updated version of the kit 14-42mm lens. The E-PL1/E-PL1s were replaced in Olympus' PEN Lite line by the Olympus PEN E-PL2 which was announced in January 2011. The line has since been extended with the Olympus PEN E-PL3
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    3 votes
    162
    Fujifilm FinePix S-series

    Fujifilm FinePix S-series

    The Fujifilm FinePix S and HS-series of digital cameras consists of the company's DSLR system and bridge camera models. Bridge camera: (as at March 27, 2012) DSLR system: Bridge camera:
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    163
    Leica Digilux 2

    Leica Digilux 2

    • Format: Compact
    • Sensor type: Charge-coupled device
    • Manufacturer: Leica
    The Digilux 2 is a digital camera model sold by Leica Camera AG supplies, with the body manufactured in Japan by Matsushita, which sold a variant as the Panasonic Lumix DMC-LC1. Its image sensor is a CCD with 5.24 million total pixels. It has a color, transreflective thin-film transistor liquid crystal display with 211,000 pixels, in addition to an electronic viewfinder. It has a near-focus range of 30 centimeters. The camera has a built-in flash. This flash, first of its kind, has the ability to be pointed up, as well as the standard method of pointing straight ahead, in order to "bounce" the light off a ceiling. The camera weighs 630 grams (without a battery). Its dimensions are 135 millimeters in width, 82 millimeters in height, and 103 millimeters in depth. The camera is fitted with a Leica Vario Summicron lens of F2 with a zoom function of 28mm - 90mm in 35mm format. The main selling point of the Digilux 2 is that it functions in a manner reminiscent of a rangefinder camera; the Leica lens features manual zoom, aperture and focus rings and the shutter speed can be manually adjusted via a dial on the camera. Many users cite the excellent Leica DC Vario-Summicron lens as their
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    3 votes
    164
    Olympus C-730UZ

    Olympus C-730UZ

    The Olympus C-730UZ is a digital camera manufactured by Olympus. It was first released in 2002. The UZ in the camera's name refers to Ultra Zoom; 10 times zoom being a significant increase over the more standard three times zoom capability of standard digital cameras. The lens is an Olympus aspherical glass zoom lens 5.9–59 mm. The 10x zoom is equivalent to 38–380 mm in 35 mm photography. The specifications describe it as a "multivariator 2 aspherical glass 10x zoom". The camera has a built-in manual pop-up flash. Movies can be recorded with sound and the recording time is dependent on the memory card capacity. They are in QuickTime (.mov) format. The camera can use AA batteries (4) including rechargeable batteries. Alternatively it also takes two LB-01(CR-V3) lithium batteries.
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    Panasonic Lumix DMC-G2

    Panasonic Lumix DMC-G2

    • Format: Mirrorless interchangeable lens camera
    • Sensor type: Live MOS
    • Manufacturer: Panasonic
    The Panasonic Lumix DMC-G2 is a digital mirrorless interchangeable lens camera adhering to the Olympus and Panasonic developed Micro Four Thirds System (MFT) system design standard. The Panasonic G2 was introduced as the successor to the revolutionary Panasonic Lumix DMC-G1, the first MFT camera ever introduced. As with the Panasonic G1, the Panasonic G2 was designed primarily for still photographers. While the G1 had no video capabilities, the successor G2 included 720p HD video capability using both AVCHD Lite and Motion JPEG recording formats. The G2 introduced a number of new features, including the first MFT implementation of a resistive touchscreen to control many camera functions, including easy selection of a focus point within the live view frame. The touchscreen interface did not replace the numerous dials, buttons and controllers on the G2, but in keeping with the Panasonic philosophy, allowed the photographer to control the same functions on the camera several ways. The G2 also shipped with a new Panasonic 14–42 mm kit zoom lens, a lighter, and less expensive, version of the original Panasonic 14–45 mm kit zoom sold that shipped with the Panasonic G1. The Panasonic
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    3 votes
    166
    Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T50

    Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T50

    • Format: Ultra Compact
    • Sensor type: Charge-coupled device
    • Manufacturer: Sony
    The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T50 is a digital still camera, part of the slim T series of digital cameras. It has a 7.2 megapixel CCD sensor and a 3x optical zoom. It uses a lithium ion rechargeable battery. The majority of the settings in the camera are controlled via a touch-screen, rather than the traditional button controls. 7.2 MP Super HAD CCD - With the Sony Super HAD (Hole Accumulation Diode) CCD design, more light passes to each pixel for increased sensitivity and reduced noise. 3.0" LCD - Touch-screen operation Slide Show with Select Music Playback - View in-camera images in Slide Show sequence, with one-button operation, selectable transition effects and up to four music background tracks. Super SteadyShot Optical Image Stabilization - The Sony Super SteadyShot system detects camera movement and sends correcting signals to a stabilization lens to prevent image blur and reduce the effect of camera shake. Higher Sensitivity - ISO 1000 for low-light shots at higher shutter speed. The Sony Clear RAW Noise Reduction system also counters the picture noise traditionally associated with high ISO. Carl Zeiss 3X Optical/2X Precision Digital Zoom - 56 MB of Internal
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    3 votes
    167
    Canon EOS 5D

    Canon EOS 5D

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Sensor type: CMOS sensor
    • Manufacturer: Canon
    The EOS 5D is a 12.8 megapixel digital single-lens reflex (DSLR) camera body produced by Canon. The EOS 5D was announced by Canon on 22 August 2005, and at the time was priced above the EOS 20D but below the EOS-1D Mark II and EOS-1Ds Mark II in Canon's EOS digital SLR series. The camera accepts EF lens mount lenses. The EOS 5D is notable for being the first full-frame DSLR camera with a standard body size (as opposed to the taller, double-grip "professional" camera body style). It is also notable for its price, suggested at $3299 USD, which set a significant new low price point for full-frame DSLRs; its only full-frame competition at the time was the Canon 1Ds Mark II, which cost more than twice as much. On 17 September 2008, Canon announced the camera's successor: the Canon EOS 5D Mark II. On 2 March 2012, Canon announced the successor to the Canon EOS 5D Mark II. The latest version is called the Canon EOS 5D Mark III. The 5D has a 35.8 x 23.9 mm full-frame CMOS sensor with 13.3 million pixels (12.7 megapixel effective). The very low pixel density of only 1.5 megapixels per square centimetre, combined with the redesigned DIGIC II image processor, provided significantly lower
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    168
    Canon EOS D30

    Canon EOS D30

    • Sensor type: CMOS sensor
    • Manufacturer: Canon
    The Canon EOS D30 is a discontinued 3.1-megapixel professional digital single lens reflex camera (DSLR) body, initially announced by Canon on May 17, 2000. It is part of the Canon EOS line of cameras and uses the EF lens mount. The EOS D30 was Canon's first "home grown" digital SLR. Before that point Canon had a contract with Kodak to rebrand the Kodak 2-megapixel DCS 520 as Canon EOS D2000 and the 6-megapixel DCS 520 as Canon EOS D6000 digital SLRs, which combined Kodak digital backs and Canon camera bodies. The D30 was aimed at the prosumer market, and was intended to occupy the gap between the high-end consumer-market Canon PowerShot Pro70, and Canon's first professional digital SLR, the Canon EOS-1D, which was released in November 2001. Due to the D30's release date, reviews frequently compared the D30 to the Nikon D1, which was aimed at the professional market. The D30 was succeeded by the 6.3-megapixel D60 in 2002. Media related to Canon EOS D30 at Wikimedia Commons
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    169
    Contax i4R

    Contax i4R

    The Contax i4R is a digital camera manufactured by Kyocera. The i4R was announced on 28 September 2004. Its design was one of the more unusual of Contax's designs. Kyocera released it to the public in November, 2004 with a price of 299 GBP. The i4R features a Carl Zeiss Tessar T* 6.5mm f/2.8 lens. Its image pickup device is a charge-coupled device with 4.19 × 10 gross pixels. The i4R is PictBridge-compliant. Besides its usually small size for the time, its other unusual feature was its ability to focus down to about two inches (five centimetres). Kyocera got out of the camera business in 2005, and discontinued this and other camera lines in September, 2005.
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    170

    Kodak EasyShare DX4530

    The Kodak EasyShare DX 4530 is a digital camera made by Kodak. Part of the DX Series of Kodak's EasyShare brand, its features include a 3x optical zoom and 10x zoom overall (combined optical and digital zoom). The camera features a 5 megapixel CCD detector and supports 6 modes of operation: "Sport" for use when the target is in motion, "Night" for use in low light levels, "Landscape" for use with distant scenery, "Close up" for objects closer than 28 inches away, "Auto" for general use, and "Video" used to capture "motion and sound". The DX4530 interfaces with a computer using standard USB plugs, and can store photos on the integral internal memory, or added flash memory cards. It has a 1 inch rear screen for use in taking pictures as well as a standard camera viewfinder. Other features include subject tracking, orientation tracker, long time exposure, exposure compensation, a self-timer, and 3 quality levels for pictures it takes. Kodak's support page provides an electronic version of the users manual, as well as software updates.
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    171
    Leica Digilux 3

    Leica Digilux 3

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Sensor type: CMOS sensor
    • Manufacturer: Leica
    The Digilux 3 is a digital single-lens reflex camera introduced by Leica on 14 September 2006. The Digilux 3 and the Panasonic Lumix DMC-L1 are identical cameras, using the Four Thirds standard lens mount and featuring a 7.5 Megapixels live view N-MOS sensor, but the Digilux 3 has modified firmware including DNG output. Both the Panasonic and Digilux 3 cameras come standard with the same interchangeable Leica Elmarit 14–50 mm f/2.8–3.5 optically image-stabilized zoom lens. The Leica D system includes also the Leica Summilux 25 mm f/1.4 lens. The two cameras share several unique features among dSLRs. One is the presence of film-camera type controls for optional control of both aperture and shutter speed. Reviews have noted the intuitive "feel" of the cameras. Another is the built-in dual-position flash. With an initial actuation of the flash button, the flash pops up to a bounce-flash position, giving a more diffuse flash that is preferred by some photographers, especially for portrait photos. A second actuation of the button raises the flash to a forward-facing position for direct flash. Media related to Leica Digilux 3 at Wikimedia Commons
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    Nikon Coolpix S4

    Nikon Coolpix S4

    The Coolpix S4 is a brand of digital camera produced by Nikon. Its image sensor is a CCD with 6.0 million pixels. It has a 2.5-inch (64 mm) thin-film transistor liquid crystal display device with 110,000 pixels. The S4 incorporates Nikon’s popular swivel design which allows the addition of a powerful Nikkor 10X Optical zoom lens, yet retain a compact form. Other features include D-Lighting and Face-priority AF. Nikon later released the Nikon Coolpix S10 which has a similar 10x swivel lens design as the S4, but with more advanced features such as vibration reduction and a lithium ion battery. Media related to Nikon Coolpix S4 at Wikimedia Commons
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    Olympus E-500

    Olympus E-500

    The Olympus E-500 (Olympus EVOLT E-500 in North America) is an 8 megapixel digital SLR camera manufactured by Olympus of Japan and based on the Four Thirds System. It was announced on 26 September 2005. Like the E-300 launched the previous year, it uses a Full Frame Transfer Kodak KAF-8300CE CCD imaging chip. Unlike the E-300 and the E-300's successor, the Olympus E-330, the E-500 retains the traditional SLR appearance, with a humped pentamirror box instead of the E-300's unique Porro mirror arrangement. The mirror box also bears the onboard flash, in similar manner to most recent consumer-level SLR cameras. The viewfinder hump means the E-500 is taller than the E-300, but in other dimensions it is smaller. The E-500 uses Olympus' patented Supersonic Wave Filter dust reduction system to shake dust from the sensor during startup and when requested by the user; this largely eliminates the problem of dust accumulation on the surface of the image sensor. Image processing is done with Olympus' TruePic Turbo system. Improvements over the E-300 include a 2.5-inch (64 mm) rear LCD screen, 49 zone metering (the E-300's total is undocumented, but believed to be 3), spot metering, an RGB
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    174
    Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ20

    Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ20

    Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ20 is a superzoom bridge digital camera by Panasonic. It is the successor of the FZ10. The highest-resolution pictures it records are 2,560 by 1,920 pixels (5 megapixels). It has a polycrystalline, thin-film transistor, liquid crystal display and EVF (electronic view finder). It records to Secure Digital media. The camera also has a microphone. The camera's dimensions are 127.6 mm (5.02 inches) in width, 87.2 mm (3.43 inches) in height, and 106.2 mm (4.18 inches) in depth. Its mass is 520 g (18.3 ounces). This camera is known for its Leica lens with "Mega OIS" optical image stabilisation. It has a 12x optical zoom, often said to be equal to a 400mm lens, which can stay f/2.8 for the entire zoom range. There are full manual controls too, making this camera popular with prosumers. Optional lenses are available for focal doubler or for wide angle. Modes include full automatic, aperture priority, shutter priority, full manual, macro (from 5 centimetres on), film, and sequence of shots. Film is recorded at 320x240px resolution in mJPEG format and playable in QuickTime. Files can be stored in TIFF and two levels of JPEG, either a high quality or lower quality. The
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    Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1

    Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1

    • Sensor type: Live MOS
    The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1 is a digital mirrorless interchangeable lens camera adhering to the Olympus and Panasonic developed Micro Four Thirds System (MFT) system design standard. Panasonic classified the GH1 as a hybrid stills/video camera and the GH1 was introduced and marketed as a higher end camera than Panasonic's first MFT camera, the stills only, non-video capable Lumix DMC-G1. The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1 was the second MFT camera introduced under the MFT design standard and the first MFT camera to include HD video recording capability. The GH1 was announced at the April 2009 Photo Marketing Association Annual Convention and Trade Show. The camera was used to create the first DSLR feature film, Rejouer by Liam Finn. As part of the marketing of this camera, Panasonic sponsored some professional filmmakers by allowing them to borrow the GH1 camera for their projects. One such GH1 model camera was used to film the pilot of the Swedish horror film Marianne. When announced in March 2009, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1 was marketed as a new class of "Creative HD Hybrid" camera, and as Panasonic's top-of-the-line Micro Four Thirds (MFT) system camera. The GH1 appeared to be the
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    176
    Nikon D1

    Nikon D1

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Sensor type: Charge-coupled device
    • Manufacturer: Nikon Corporation
    The Nikon D1 is a digital single-lens reflex camera (DSLR) introduced on June 15, 1999. It featured a 2.7 megapixel image sensor, 4.5 frames per second continuous shooting, and accepted the full range of Nikon F-mount lenses. The camera body strongly resembled the F5 and had the same general layout of controls, allowing users of Nikon film SLR cameras to quickly become proficient in using the camera. Autofocus speed on the D1 series bodies is extremely fast, even with "screw-driven" AF lenses. Although Nikon and other manufacturers had produced digital SLR cameras for several years prior, the D1 was the first professional digital SLR that displaced Kodak's then-undisputed reign over the professional market. Unusual for a DSLR, the D1 uses the NTSC color space instead of the conventional sRGB or Adobe RGB color spaces. The resulting color on the D1 can be a bit unorthodox, but methods of correcting and/or compensating for the color problem are readily available. The D1 was replaced by the D1H and D1X on February 5, 2001. The D1X offered higher resolution with a 3,008 × 1,960 - 5.3 effective megapixels sensor, and continuous shooting of 3 frames per second for up to 21 consecutive
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    177
    Nikon D50

    Nikon D50

    • Manufacturer: Nikon Corporation
    The D50 is a 6.1 megapixel entry-level digital single-lens reflex camera, sold from June 2005 till November 2006 by Nikon. It was Nikon's first DSLR aimed at the consumer market, and sold for $899 USD. It uses the Nikon F mount. The D50 was succeeded by the Nikon D40 in November 2006. It has a 23.7 mm by 15.6 mm DX format image sensor with 6.1 million effective pixels. It also has a 2.0" (50 mm) polysilicon TFT LCD with 130,000 pixels. The camera uses a through-the-lens full-aperture exposure metering system. It can simultaneously record NEF and JPEG data to a Secure Digital storage device. Like its newer, higher-end sibling (the D80), the D50 uses Secure Digital instead of CompactFlash cards found on previous Nikon digital SLRs. The camera is powered by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery which is claimed to be able to take up to 2,000 shots on a single charge. The camera is compatible with PictBridge printers and can shoot 2.5 frames per second in continuous mode. The camera's dimensions are 133 mm in width, 102 mm in height, and 76 mm in depth. The D50 is the only entry-level Nikon DSLR to have the autofocus motor ('screw drive') built into the camera body where the camera is
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    Panasonic Lumix DMC-LZ2

    Panasonic Lumix DMC-LZ2

    The Panasonic Lumix DMC-LZ2 is a digital camera that was announced on February 8, 2005. It has Universal Serial Bus connectivity and a mass of 224 grams. It was replaced in 2006 by the LZ3. The camera has optical image stabilization, which alleviates camera shake problems. The camera lacks manual control over shutter speed and aperture and has no optical viewfinder.
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    179
    Pentax K110D

    Pentax K110D

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Sensor type: Charge-coupled device
    • Manufacturer: Pentax
    The K110D is Pentax's entry-level DSLR. It has 6.1 Megapixels (6.1 Million effective pixels). The K110D is youngest of three sibling cameras in terms of specifications. It differs from the K100D only in lacking an in-body image stabilization system. The K110D has a 2.5 in LCD display screen with 210,000 pixels of resolution. It uses Secure Digital cards to record both JPEG and RAW image formats. The K110D uses AA alkaline batteries to power it, though an AC adapter is also compatible. It has a 23.5 mm x 15.7 mm CCD sensor to record its images. The body itself comprises a stainless steel chassis with a fiber reinforced plastic shell for durability. Continuous shooting mode allows for up to 2.8 frames per second to be recorded, which is five JPEGs (on highest quality setting) or three RAW format images. The Camera is compatible with PictBridge printers. The DSLR is considered "entry-class" among DSLRs. Said to be shipped in August, 2006, the body would be sold in addition to a smc 18-55mm lens for about $599.99. The K110D would have virtually the same specifications as its superior, the K100D. The most noticeable difference was the Shake-Reduction system found in the K100D and K10D
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    Pentax K2000

    Pentax K2000

    The Pentax K-m (called K2000 in U.S.) is a 10.2 megapixel digital single-lens reflex camera, announced on September 22, 2008 at the 2008 Photokina trade show along with the DA-L series of lightweight, inexpensive lenses. It was discontinued in November 2009, being replaced by the more recent Pentax K-x. The K-m is considered a compact and entry-level model. It is significantly lighter than other Pentax DSLRs, lacks the weather sealing of the contemporaneous K200D and K20D models, and is intended to be sold with lightweight DA-L-series lenses. It does offer some improvements over the K200D, however, notably a maximum sensitivity increased from ISO 1600 to ISO 3200 and a slightly faster burst mode. The MSRP of the Pentax K2000 is $699 with DA-L 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 kit lens and AF200FG external flash unit. Media related to Pentax K-m at Wikimedia Commons
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    Sony Cyber-shot DSC-R1

    Sony Cyber-shot DSC-R1

    The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-R1 is a bridge digital camera announced by Sony in 2005 (and discontinued in 2006). It featured a 10.3 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor (21.5 × 14.4 mm), a size typically used in DSLRs and rarely used in bridge cameras (which usually use 2/3" (= 6.6 × 8.8 mm) or 1/1.8" (= 5.3 × 7.1 mm)). This was the first time such a large sensor was incorporated into a bridge camera. Besides the APS-C sensor, R1 also featured a 14.3–71.5 mm Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T* lens, providing for an angle of view equivalent to 24–120 mm on a full frame camera. Compared to a standard DSLR the Sony R1 has the following advantages: and the following disadvantages: Media related to Sony Cyber-shot DSC-R1 at Wikimedia Commons
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    Nikon Coolpix 7900

    Nikon Coolpix 7900

    The Nikon Coolpix 7900 is a compact, point-and-shoot digital camera which was manufactured and distributed by Nikon in 2005. It has since been discontinued.
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    183
    Nikon D40

    Nikon D40

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Sensor type: Charge-coupled device
    • Manufacturer: Nikon Corporation
    The D40 is a now-discontinued Nikon F-mount entry-level digital SLR, announced November 16, 2006. Compared to its predecessor, the D50, the D40 had several features removed, a few added, and a lower price: US$499.95 ESP as of November 2009 with the 18–55 mm G-II kit lens, positioning it as an entry-level model compared to the D80. The D40x (released March 6, 2007) has a 10 megapixel maximum resolution, up from 6 megapixels of the D40. The D40 was the first Nikon DSLR with no in-body focus motor. Autofocus requires the use of a lens with an integrated autofocus-motor. Despite being superseded by newer offerings, the Nikon D40 retained some significant advantages. It enjoyed a long production run which finally ceased in March 2009, shortly before its introduction of its successor, the Nikon D3000. The Nikon D.40 was less expensive than the Canon EOS 400D (also known as the Rebel XTi in the United States), the Pentax K110D, and the Olympus E-400, and is competitively priced against high-end bridge cameras (the D40 and D40x do not have live preview, unlike bridge digitals). It was launched accompanied by a new small kit lens, the AF-S DX Zoom-Nikkor 18–55 mm f/3.5-5.6G ED II. The D40's
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    3 votes
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    Olympus C-220 Zoom

    Olympus C-220 Zoom

    The Olympus C-220 Zoom, also known as Olympus D-520 Zoom is an entry level digital camera from Olympus. It works as a standard USB storage device, and uses SmartMedia cards for storage.
    5.33
    3 votes
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    Canon EOS-1Ds

    Canon EOS-1Ds

    • Manufacturer: Canon
    The EOS-1Ds is a full-frame 11.4 megapixel digital SLR camera body formerly made by Canon, released in the spring of 2003. Its dimensions are 156 mm in width, 157.6 mm in height, and 79.9 mm in depth. Its mass (without a battery) is 1,265 g. Being an autofocus camera, it has two autofocus modes, and an option for manual focusing. Its viewfinder is a glass pentaprism. It also has a two-inch, thin-film transistor, color liquid-crystal monitor with approximately 120,000 pixels. The camera's image sensor is a CMOS-based integrated circuit with Bayer filters for RGB color detection (Canon calls it single-plate, in contrast with three-CCD sensors). It has approximately 11.4 million effective pixels. A non-removable optical anti-aliasing filter is located in front of the image sensor. The shutter is an electronically controlled focal-plane shutter. Its maximum speed is 1/8,000 of one second. Soft-touch shutter release occurs via an electromagnetic signal. The Canon EOS-1Ds Mark II superseded the EOS-1Ds as the top model in the Canon EOS line. It has a full-frame 16.7 megapixel CMOS sensor. Its dimensions are identical to its predecessor. Its weight (without a battery) is 1,215 g (2 lb
    6.00
    2 votes
    186
    Kodak DCS Pro SLR/c

    Kodak DCS Pro SLR/c

    The Kodak Professional DCS Pro SLR/c is a 13.5 megapixel digital SLR camera produced by Eastman Kodak. Unlike most DSLRs, it is full frame—it uses an image sensor that is the full size of a 35 mm (36x24 mm) frame. It is compatible with Canon EOS (EF mount) lenses. The camera was launched on March 18, 2004 and incorporates the internal systems of the previous Nikon-compatible SLR/n in a new body produced by the Sigma Corporation of Japan. Both the SLR/c and the SLR/n were officially discontinued by Kodak on May 31, 2005, although remaining stock would be sold and the cameras would be fully supported through 2008. Kodak cited poor profitability of the sector in its announcement.
    6.00
    2 votes
    187
    Kodak DX7590

    Kodak DX7590

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Sensor type: Charge-coupled device
    • Manufacturer: Eastman Kodak
    The Kodak DX7590 is a now-discontinued point and shoot model of digital camera first introduced in November 2004, replacing the earlier DX6490. It was manufactured by Eastman Kodak as part of the Kodak EasyShare product line's DX series.
    6.00
    2 votes
    188
    Konica Minolta Maxxum 7D

    Konica Minolta Maxxum 7D

    The Maxxum 7D, labelled Dynax 7D in Europe/Hong Kong and α-7 Digital in Japan and officially named "DG-7D", is a 6.1 megapixel digital single-lens reflex camera, or dSLR, produced by Konica Minolta. It was the top model of their dSLR range; the Maxxum/Dynax 5D consumer-grade model was the other. The 7D was first announced on 2004-02-12 at the PMA show, with full details released just before the 2004 Photokina show on 2004-09-15. The production camera was released in late 2004. Production ceased when Konica Minolta announced their exit from the camera business in January 2006. Regardless of its high specification (for the time) and innovative feature set, it came with a very high price tag. The 7D was available as body only, but also with a kit lens; a 17-35mm f/2.8. Like the Nikon 18-70 kit lens found with many Nikon DSLRS, this lens was regarded as of high enough quality to do justice to the sensor within the body, unlike the cheap zoom kit lenses found with many DSLRS. although remaining inventory continued to be sold, alongside the K-M based Sony α 100. In terms of market position, it is expected to retail for around £1000 GBP; somewhere between the Nikon D300 and Canon 40D. The
    6.00
    2 votes
    189
    Sigma DP1

    Sigma DP1

    • Format: Compact
    • Sensor type: CMOS sensor
    • Manufacturer: Sigma Corporation
    The Sigma DP1 is a high-end compact digital camera introduced by the Sigma Corporation. It features a 14-megapixel Foveon X3 sensor (2652 × 1768 × 3 layers), a fixed 16.6 mm F4.0 lens (28mm equivalent), a 2.5” LCD and a pop-up flash. It was the first "compact" camera that featured an APS-C sized sensor, a feature that Sigma claimed would result in DSLR quality images from a small, pocketable camera. It was first announced on September 26, 2006, and after several production delays was delivered in the spring of 2008. A follow-up camera, the Sigma DP2, was released in 2009; it features a different lens, and they are being sold in parallel. An improved version called DP1S was announced on November 17, 2009. It has been praised for innovation (large sensor in compact body) and class-leading detail at ISO 100 – best image quality in a compact camera, in the same class as DSLRs, and suited for daylight landscape and architecture photography – but criticized for poor low-light performance and slow speed, summarized as "a great concept that needs a considerable amount of additional work". The user interface has also been criticized. In February 2012 it was announced by Sigma Corporation
    6.00
    2 votes
    190
    Sigma SD10

    Sigma SD10

    The Sigma SD10 is a digital SLR camera produced by the Sigma Corporation of Japan. It was announced on October 27, 2003 and is an evolution of the previous SD9 model, addressing many of the shortcomings of that camera. The Sigma SD10 cameras are unique in the digital SLR field in using full-color sensor technology, and in that they only produce raw format images that require post-processing on a computer. Like its predecessor, the SD10 uses a sensor with the unique Foveon X3 sensor technology. The 10.2-million-pixel raw file generated from this sensor is processed to produce a 3.4 megapixel size image file. Although the image file is smaller than images from competing 10 megapixel cameras it is made from the same number of measured data values because the Foveon sensor detects full color data (three values) at each photosite; the actual resolution contained in its 3.4 MP images is about the same as a conventional Bayer/CFA sensor of 7–9 MP. Sigma and Foveon count each red, green, and blue sensor as a pixel, and state the camera has 10.2 million pixels; similarly, companies selling Bayer sensor cameras also count each single-color sensor element as a pixel. Unlike other digital SLR
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    2 votes
    191
    Sigma SD9

    Sigma SD9

    The Sigma SD9 is a digital SLR camera produced by the Sigma Corporation of Japan. The camera was launched at the Photo Marketing Association Annual Show on February 18, 2002. It was Sigma's first digital camera, and was the first production camera to use the unique Foveon X3 image sensor, which reads full color at each pixel site. Other sensors detect only one color at each site and interpolate to produce a full-color image. The SD9 had two separate power systems; one set of CR-123A lithium batteries in the handgrip powered the camera functions, while another pair of CR-V3 batteries or four AA size rechargeables in a battery tray in the base powered the digital functions. This split power system showed that the camera functions (inherited from Sigma's SA-9 film SLR) were not integrated at all with the digital half. Another unusual feature of the SD9 was its "dust cover" filter right behind the lens mount, to prevent dust getting into the chamber and onto the sensor when changing lenses. Reviewers and users reported good results in good lighting, but poorer ones in low light using either high ISO sensitivity or longer exposures. The SD9 was succeeded by an updated model, the SD10,
    6.00
    2 votes
    192
    Hexar RF

    Hexar RF

    • Format: Rangefinder camera
    The Konica Hexar RF is a 35 mm rangefinder camera which was sold by Konica. It was introduced to the market on 13 October 1999. and subsequently discontinued (apparently without official notice) some time before the end of 2003. The camera used the "Bayonet Konica KM mount", a copy of the Leica M mount, thus sharing interchangeable lenses with those designed for Leica cameras and others compatible with them. The Hexar RF has a combined rangefinder/viewfinder modeled on that of Leica cameras, a similar body shape and size - and so is similar to Leica M mount cameras in many aspects of operation. The Konica Hexar RF accepts lenses designed for the "Bayonet Konica KM mount" a copy of the Leica M mount. Because of this, the Hexar RF can mount and focus lenses designed for the Leica and other compatible M mount cameras or, when used with an adapter, the earlier Leica thread mount lenses (note that due to physical constraints there is no adapter to allow bayonet mount lenses to be fitted to a Leica screw-mount camera). When first released there was some controversy and discussion about whether the "Bayonet Konica KM mount" of the Hexar RF was, in fact, fully compatible with the Leica M
    5.00
    3 votes
    193
    Olympus E-420

    Olympus E-420

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Sensor type: CMOS sensor
    • Manufacturer: Olympus Corporation
    The Olympus E-420 (or Olympus EVOLT E-420 in North America) is a 10 megapixel digital single-lens reflex (dSLR) camera made by Olympus. The camera conforms to the Four Thirds System standard, and together with its siblings in the E-4XX series it is marketed as the smallest DSLR in the world. As with the E-400 (in Europe only) and E-410 before it, the E-420 is notable for its portability, especially when coupled with the simultaneously-released Olympus 25mm f2.8 pancake lens. In addition to being based on the inherently more compact Four-Thirds system, its diminutive size is achieved by the use of a substantially smaller right hand grip than found on most dSLRs (similar to the grip design used on the E-400 and E-410, but with an added "ridge" for comfort and stability), as well as the continued exclusion of Olympus' well-known sensor-shift image stabilization from the package. The E-420 uses Olympus' Supersonic Wave Filter to remove dust from the surface of the image sensor. The E-420 was announced in March 2008 to replace the E-410, and shipping started two months later. In North America it is marketed as the EVOLT E-420. Advantages over the E-410 include Face Detection Technology
    5.00
    3 votes
    194
    FinePix IS Pro

    FinePix IS Pro

    The FinePix IS Pro is a digital single lens reflex camera introduced by Fujifilm in 2007. It is based on a FinePix S5 Pro, which is in turn based on the Nikon D200. It has a Nikon F lens mount and can use most lenses made for 35 mm Nikon SLR cameras. It replaces the Fujifilm FinePix S3 Pro UVIR. Unlike most digital cameras, there is no IR or UV filtering in front of the image sensor. This results in a wide spectral response of approximately 1000 nm to 380 nm (infrared to ultraviolet). Suitable external bandpass filters are required to photograph in IR or UV wavelengths. Infrared filters are readily available at low cost from many sources, but ultraviolet filters – and suitable lenses – remain expensive. Photography in infrared and ultraviolet poses its own special challenges regarding exposure and – above all – focusing a SLR camera. By definition, you cannot see what you are doing when trying to focus on wavelengths of light that are invisible. The IS Pro includes a Live View mode that relays what the sensor sees as live video to the LCD screen (and, optionally, via USB to a computer running appropriate software). Some lenses have separate IR focus index marks, which help, but few
    5.50
    2 votes
    195

    Minolta Dimage EX

    The Minolta Dimage EX (also sold as EX 1500) is a digital camera, first marketed in 1998. The Dimage line was one of the first consumer point-and-shoot cameras released in the American market and featured an unusual interchangeable lens system not normally found in point-and-shoot cameras. The Dimage EX line was originally intended to be "obsolescence-proof," in that it was designed with internal software that would be upgradable through downloads or patches and that its lens interface would support future lens configurations. However, this concept was abandoned as Minolta continued on redesigning the Dimage line, eventually merging more SLR-style features into it. The Dimage EX features a maximum resolution of 1344×1008 pixels and stores files in JPEG format. Though the term "megapixel" was not widely used at the time of its manufacture, it operates at 1.5 megapixels, a large file-size for non-SLR digital cameras of its time. It utilizes Compact Flash cards and initially shipped with a single 8 MB card. The Dimage EX's interchangeable lens assemblies set it apart from most point-and-shoot cameras. It initially shipped with a 3× zoom lens (the equivalent of 38-115mm focal length),
    5.50
    2 votes
    196
    Olympus C-150

    Olympus C-150

    The Olympus C-150 (also known as D-390) is an entry level digital camera from Olympus. It works as a standard USB storage device, and uses xD-Picture Cards for storage.
    5.50
    2 votes
    197
    Olympus E-3

    Olympus E-3

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Sensor type: CMOS sensor
    • Manufacturer: Olympus Corporation
    The Olympus E-3 was until 2011 Olympus Corporation's flagship camera, positioned as a professional DSLR camera. It is the successor to the Olympus E-1, which was launched in November 2003. The E-3, originally codenamed Olympus E-P1, was announced on 17 October 2007. The E-3, like the other cameras in the Olympus E-series, conforms to the Four Thirds System. It was succeeded in 2011 by the Olympus E-5 professional DSLR flagship camera. The E-3 has several novel features, including a live preview full articulating screen, autofocus in live view mode, the ability to capture a scene with wide dynamic range using an image processing method called shadow adjustment technology and the ability to control up to three wireless flash groups without external transmitters. The camera is also fully weatherproof even with the popup flash in the "up" position. The camera, with the new SWD (ultrasonic motor) lenses, is expected to appeal to professional users that want a rugged, portable and lightweight camera body with quality lenses and class leading autofocus. Additional features include: The camera is compatible with existing BLM-1 batteries used in the E-1, E-300, E-330, E-500 and E-510. The
    5.50
    2 votes
    198
    Olympus E-330

    Olympus E-330

    The Olympus E-330 is a DSLR launched on 30 January 2006, using the Four Thirds System lens mount standard. Its main feature is its live image preview functionality, permitting an image to be previewed on the LCD screen. While live image preview is not new in compact digital cameras, the E-330 is significant because it was the first digital SLR to offer this feature. With the ability to digitally zoom in 10× before taking a picture, it is very well suited for exact manual focussing, for example in macro photography. Unlike many other digital SLRs, the E-330 used a second sensor in the viewfinder chamber which was fed by splitting 20% of the light from the viewfinder. The advantage of this implementation is that the camera's autofocus and exposure systems are fully functional and there is no shutter lag. The E-330 also offers a liveview mode using the main sensor however in this mode autofocus is disabled and there is additional shutter lag due to the extra close/open at the beginning and the end of the exposure cycle. Sony have adopted a similar liveview implementation in their digital SLRs which also place a second sensor in the viewfinder chamber although a moving mirror to allow
    5.50
    2 votes
    199
    Canon PowerShot A720 IS

    Canon PowerShot A720 IS

    • Format: Compact
    • Sensor type: Charge-coupled device
    • Manufacturer: Canon
    The Canon Powershot A720is is a compact digital camera which was launched in August 2007 and has an 8.0 Megapixel (3264 x 2448) resolution, 1/2.5 inch (10 milimeter) CCD, built-in flash, and a 6x Optical/4x Digital/24x Combined Zoom with an Optical Image Stabilizer System. Its lens system with 5.8-34.8mm f/2.8-4.8 (35mm film equivalent: 35-210mm) consisting of nine lenses and has a shutter speed ranging from 15 seconds to 1/2000 seconds. Its ISO sensitivity steps are ISO 80/100/200/400/800/1600. The dimensions (W x H x D) of the camera are 97.3 x 67.0 x 41.9mm and it weights 200 gram without batteries, working with a pair of mignons (also known as AA) and running the DRYOS operating system on the DIGIC III Image Processor. Pictures and videos are stored on an MMC, SD or SDHC card. Canon offers a waterproof case allowing this camera to take pictures in water depths of 130 feet, also a lens adapter for a tele converter, a wide converter and a close-up converter, together with other accessories . This camera can use the CHDK firmware add-on . Canon PowerShot cameras
    6.00
    1 votes
    200
    Coolpix L3

    Coolpix L3

    The Coolpix L3 is a discontinued compact point-and-shoot digital camera produced by Nikon. It was branded as part of the "Life" or "L-series" cameras in the Coolpix family. It had a 5.1 megapixel maximum resolution, 2" TFT LCD monitor, 3x Optical Zoom, D-Lighting, and Face-priority AF.
    6.00
    1 votes
    201

    Focus error

    In photography, a focus error is an aberration of the autofocus (thus, the camera focuses a subject but the lens is not aligned correctly, causing a blurry image). In digital photography, the focus error is especially an error message on Fujifilm FinePix digital cameras, usually caused by dirt in the lens mechanism. To avoid any further damage, the camera electronics totally disables the autofocus system and refuses to take any still image. If out of warranty, the repair costs can easily exceed US $100. However, other brands suffer from similar faults, like the Canon E18 error or the Nikon Coolpix SYSTEM ERROR, and some users manage to bring their devices back to life by disassembling and cleaning the lens.
    6.00
    1 votes
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    Olympus E-300

    Olympus E-300

    The Olympus E-300 (Olympus Evolt E-300 in North America) is an 8 megapixel digital SLR manufactured by Olympus of Japan and based on the Four Thirds System. Announced at Photokina 2004, it became available at the end of 2004. It was the second camera (after the Olympus E-1) to use the Four Thirds System, and the first intended for the consumer market. The camera's appearance was unique, as it lacked the ubiquitous SLR pentaprism "hump". Instead, a Porro prism system was used; it fitted sideways within the camera, with a sideways-swinging mirror, and located the viewfinder eyepiece to the left (seen from behind) relative to the lens centerline. The body was largely of ABS plastic over a metal frame; the lens mount was metal, and there was a metal covered area on the left top of the camera. This area also contained the onboard flash, which popped up and forward at the touch of a button. The onboard flash popup mechanism is manual. In low light scenarios the flash will not pop up automatically but the photographer must press the button and pop it up before taking the photo. The E-300 uses Olympus' patented Supersonic Wave Filter dust reduction system to shake dust from the sensor
    6.00
    1 votes
    203

    Pentax MZ-D

    The Pentax MZ-D, also known by its internal code name of MR-52, was a prototype digital single-lens reflex camera from Pentax of Japan. It was announced at Photokina in September 2000 and was demonstrated to the press at the Photo Marketing Association (PMA) show in January 2001. In October 2001, Pentax canceled the camera, stating "The cost of manufacturing the prototype SLR 6-megapixel digital camera meant it was not a viable product for our target market." The MZ-D was to use the same 6 megapixel (3072×2048) full 135 film frame sized (24×36 mm) CCD (model FTF3020-C) from Philips that was used by the Contax N Digital. The lack of success of that camera and the image quality problems it displayed suggest to some that Pentax may have had other reasons than cost to cancel the MZ-D project. Michael Reichmann of The Luminous Landscape stated, "For whatever their reasons Pentax decided that they couldn't build a camera with this chip, while Contax decided to forge ahead. To save face? Possibly. We'll likely never know for sure." The MZ-D was derived from the top-of-the-line Pentax film camera of the time, the MZ-S. To give space for the extra circuitry and battery power required for a
    6.00
    1 votes
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    Canon EOS-1D Mark III

    Canon EOS-1D Mark III

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Sensor type: CMOS sensor
    • Manufacturer: Canon
    The EOS 1D Mark III is a professional 10.1 megapixel digital single lens reflex camera (DSLR) camera body produced by Canon. The EOS 1D Mark III was announced on February 21, 2007 and is the successor of the Canon EOS-1D Mark II N and was first released in May 2007. In late 2009, the camera was succeeded by the Canon EOS-1D Mark IV. The camera's image sensor is a CMOS-based integrated circuit with Bayer filters for RGB color detection (Canon calls it single-plate, in contrast with three-CCD sensors). It has approximately 10.1 million effective pixels. A non-removable optical anti-aliasing filter is located in front of the image sensor, which also vibrates as part of an anti-dust mechanism (similar to the one used in the entry-level Canon EOS 400D). The shutter is an electronically controlled focal-plane shutter. Its maximum speed is 1/8,000 of one second. The shutter is operated by an electromagnet. The Mark III is Canon's first professional Digital SLR to include a Live View feature, usually reserved for point-and-shoot cameras. The image is displayed on an electronic screen instead of in the viewfinder alone. The European Imaging and Sound Association (EISA) named the Canon EOS
    4.33
    3 votes
    205

    Finepix S5 Pro

    The FinePix S5 Pro is a digital single lens reflex camera introduced by Fujifilm on 25 September 2006 and since discontinued. It replaces the previous FinePix S3 Pro and keeps the Nikon F mount compatibility, including DX size lenses. It is based on the Nikon D200 body, and benefits from its improvements: 11-point autofocus, i-TTL flash, a bigger 2.5-inch (64 mm) LCD and a lithium-ion battery. It boasts a Super CCD 23×15.5 mm image sensor of the same configuration as its predecessor, with 6.17 million low sensitivity pixels and 6.17 million high sensitivity pixels to give a high dynamic range, and a boost to 3200 ISO. It introduces also a face detection feature for reviewing those details faster and a "live view" function to help focusing. It is possible to use it in tethered operation, to connect a barcode reader and a wired ethernet or wifi link. While the Finepix S5 Pro shares the same body design as the Nikon D200, it is not fully compatible with the Nikon EN-EL3e. The Nikon EN-EL3e will not even work when using the Nikon MB-D200 battery pack and vertical battery grip, You must use either the Fujifilm NP-150 lithium batteries or 6 AA cells, Fuji only approves LR6 (AA-Alkaline),
    5.00
    2 votes
    206
    Olympus E-400

    Olympus E-400

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Sensor type: Charge-coupled device
    • Manufacturer: Olympus Corporation
    The Olympus E-400 is a digital single-lens reflex camera launched by Olympus on 14 September 2006, using the Four Thirds System lens mount standard.. This 10 megapixel camera could be compared to other DSLRs unveiled during the summer of 2006 with comparable pixel count and price range: the Sony α 100, the Nikon D80, the Canon EOS 400D and the Pentax K10D. The E-400 is notable for its small size, omitting the hand grip and exploiting the smaller sensor. It weighs only 375g and approaches manual focus film SLRs sizes, reminiscent of the Olympus OM system. It was accompanied by two new small zoom lenses, a 14–42 mm (28–84 mm 135 film format equivalent) f/3.5–5.6 standard zoom weighing 190g and a 40–150 mm (80–300 mm equivalent) f/4.0–5.6 long zoom weighing 220g. The body and single lens kit have a 700GB£ MSRP and 850GB£ for the two lens kit. The E-400, like all of the Olympus E-system cameras, uses Olympus' patented Supersonic Wave Filter dust reduction system to shake dust from the sensor during startup and when requested by the user; this largely eliminates the problem of dust accumulation on the surface of the image sensor. The E-400 was controversial because Olympus only marketed
    5.00
    2 votes
    207
    Sony Cyber-shot DSC-H9

    Sony Cyber-shot DSC-H9

    • Format: Bridge digital camera
    • Sensor type: Charge-coupled device
    • Manufacturer: Sony
    The DSC-H9 is a "Super-Zoom" digital camera from Sony's Cyber-shot line, available in Black and Silver finishes . It has 15x Optical Zoom and 8.1 Megapixel resolution.
    5.00
    2 votes
    208
    Canon PowerShot S400

    Canon PowerShot S400

    • Manufacturer: Canon
    The Canon Digital IXUS 400 (PowerShot ELPH S400 in North America and IXY Digital 400 in Japan) is a 4.0 megapixel Canon Digital IXUS series digital camera that was released in February 2003. It has since been succeeded by the Canon Digital IXUS 50. The internal wiring of the CCD can become disconnected in high-temperature or high-humidity environments. Canon issued a recall in October 2006 adding these to their recall list. The damaged CCD displays purple or blueish, distorted or possibly no image at all. The menu and pictures taken prior to the CCD disconnect will still display normally. The Digital IXUS 400 has a known issue where the camera incorrectly reports a problem with the memory card (Memory Card Error message). This problem can be temporarily overcome by removing both the main battery as well as the small internal battery. Canon has acknowledged this issue and will repair free of charge. Go to the Canon web site for your region (e.g. http://canon.ca/english/index-customersupport.asp for Canada) and click on the Powershot Digital Camera link on the left hand side. Look for Service Notice: PowerShot S400 CF Card Error. Media related to Canon Digital IXUS 400 at Wikimedia
    4.50
    2 votes
    209
    Nikon Coolpix L110

    Nikon Coolpix L110

    NIKON COOLPIX L110 is a compact point-and-shoot digital camera produced by Nikon. It is branded as part of the "Life" or "L-series" cameras in the Coolpix family. It has an 12.1 megapixel maximum resolution, 3.0" TFT LCD monitor, 15x Optical Zoom, D-Lighting, Vibration Reduction and Face-priority AF. It comes with 1 cm macro and 15 scene modes inbuilt functions. It also records High Definition video.
    4.50
    2 votes
    210
    Nikon Coolpix S51

    Nikon Coolpix S51

    • Format: Ultra Compact
    • Sensor type: Charge-coupled device
    • Manufacturer: Nikon Corporation
    The Nikon Coolpix S51 is a model of digital camera produced by Nikon, and released in 2007. Its image sensor is a CCD with 8.28 million pixels, according to Nikon's website. The Coolpix S51 has been discontinued. The Coolpix S51c model contains a wifi interface, intended for upload to Nikon's proprietary photo sharing website.
    4.50
    2 votes
    211

    Olympus C-310 Zoom

    The Olympus Camedia 310 Zoom is a self-contained color digital camera system, produced by the Olympus Optical Co., Ltd.. The Olympus Camedia C-310 Zoom is positioned towards the bottom of the range in what Olympus calls their “Easy” category. It has a 3.2-megapixel CCD and a 3x optical zoom that is equivalent to a 38–114mm lens on a 35mm format camera. The lens has a respectable aperture range of f2.9 at the widest setting of 35mm and f5.0 at the longest setting of 114mm. The shutter speed range is 2 – 1/2000th second. The C-310 Zoom uses the xD-Picture Card format. The C-310 Zoom doesn't have conventional exposure modes like aperture-priority, shutter-speed priority or manual. Instead it offers a range of scene modes, starting with Program AE (basically a full-auto mode), then Portrait, Self-portrait, Night Scene, Landscape and Landscape with Portrait. The C-310 Zoom also has a panoramic mode and it allows the recording of short movies (without sound) in the QuickTime Motion JPEG format. There is one movie mode, HQ (320 x 240 pixels), which allows recording up to the capacity of the memory card (48 seconds with a 16Mb card). The C-310 Zoom uses the Digital ESP metering system,
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    2 votes
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    Olympus SP-500 Ultra Zoom

    Olympus SP-500 Ultra Zoom

    The Olympus SP 500 Ultra Zoom is a 6.0-megapixel compact ultra-zoom digital camera introduced by Olympus Corporation in 2005. It features a 2.5" LCD display, a 10x zoom lens, and 5x digital zoom in a compact lightweight body. It is designed to satisfy the needs of both hobbyist photographers who desire full control over exposure settings and those that need only point and shoot simplicity. The lens is an Olympus aspherical glass zoom lens 6.3 – 63mm. The 10x zoom is equivalent to 38-380mm in 35mm photography. The camera has a built-in manual pop-up flash. Movies with sound can be recorded, the recording time is dependent on the xD card capacity. They are in QuickTime ( .mov) format. The camera uses 4 AA batteries, which can be rechargeable. The camera also supports an AC adapter (Olympus adapter only).
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    2 votes
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    Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ18

    Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ18

    • Format: Bridge digital camera
    • Sensor type: Charge-coupled device
    • Manufacturer: Panasonic
    The Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ18 is a superzoom bridge digital camera that features: As with most Panasonic Lumix cameras it uses a Venus Engine, in this case the Venus Engine III. The camera has a 2.5" color LCD display and a color electronic viewfinder, and is available in two colors, black (suffix K) and silver (suffix S). The DMC-FZ18 became available in the USA in July 2007. The successor to the FZ18 is the FZ28. The range of digital superzoom cameras also include models like the Nikon Coolpix P90.
    4.50
    2 votes
    214
    Canon PowerShot SX10 IS

    Canon PowerShot SX10 IS

    The Canon Powershot SX10 IS is Canon's update to the Canon PowerShot S5 IS one of two updates, the other being the Canon PowerShot SX 1 IS. The camera features the new DIGIC 4 Processor. This camera comes standard with a lens hood and neck strap.
    5.00
    1 votes
    215

    DIGITAL Q1

    The Digital Q1 was a FUJIFILM digital camera model announced in 2003. The Digital Q1 is a 2 megapixel digital camera. It contains internal flash memory and an xd-card slot, USB port for file transfer, and an LCD screen for image preview/review. The camera has 3 resolutions, plus a function to record compressed, low-resolution video (AVI format). It can be used as a webcam via the USB port. The DIGITAL Q1 is a low-cost, beginners model – only date and time need to be set. A 16 Mbyte xD card is included. There are two zoom systems: one hardware zoom (with little effect, however it turns off the flashlight); and a 4-stage digital zoom. The built-in flashlight is powered by the two AA batteries. The camera includes a battery-backed clock, allowing time and date to be included in the Exif record. Pictures are recorded in JPEG format, and video files are recorded in AVI format. The Exif record includes the shutter time, which varies considerably in relation to the brightness situation. There are menu options to adjust brightness (and other) parameters, with little effect – the firmware aligns to a medium result. Computer Active rated the camera 3 out of 5 stars, saying: "As a fun snapper
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    1 votes
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    FinePix S6000

    FinePix S6000

    The Fujifilm FinePix S6500fd (fd signifying face detection), known in the United States as S6000fd, was the first digital camera from Fujifilm with Face detection technology. Also this camera has a different lens to its recent predecessors — a 28-300 mm equivalent 10.7x zoom, the same as the FinePix S9100/9600.
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    FinePix Z5fd

    FinePix Z5fd

    Fujifilm produces an ultracompact digital camera named the "FinePix Z5 FD". This auto-focus camera came in three colors, Raspberry Red (shown below), mocha brown (not shown), and silver (not shown). Japan also featured a Z5fd that came in a mix of black and white colors. As with other Finepix models, the Z5fd was also extensively promoted in Japan by Yuri "Ebi-chan" Ebihara. The camera uses a non-protruding, folded optics design Fujinon 3× zoom lens system (F3.5–F4.2) with a focal length of F6.1-18.3 mm which is equivalent to 36-108 mm on a 35 mm camera. Slide the lens cover and the camera turns itself on very quickly and the front "Z5" lettering illuminates. The all-metal-bodied camera is then ready to take pictures in seconds. External controls around the camera are straightforward and easy to use for normal everyday users. However, the buttons are almost flat against the back panel making them a bit difficult to assume they were pressed. For more advanced settings, users must use Fujifilm's menu system which is good, however, there can be improvements. Look at the rear of the camera to see a large 2.5-inch (64 mm) LCD TFT display with 230,000 pixels that display images in high
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    Fujifilm FinePix S5200

    Fujifilm FinePix S5200

    The Fujifilm FinePix S5200, (known in Europe as S5600), is a bridge digital camera made by Fujifilm. The camera has a MSRP of USD $285. The camera was introduced by Fuji on July 28, 2005. It was awarded the title of best zoom camera for 2006/2007 by the EISA. The Fujifilm S5200 was primarily targeted at the power-user photographers in Australia, Europe and the United States. Although the S5200 was superseded by the S5700, the S5200 is still widely used in the photography community as a bridge camera. The camera's features were fairly impressive at launch including a 10x optical zoom, a 5.1 Megapixel CCD imaging sensor as well as a host of manual settings which did not exist on Compact cameras. The manual settings which the s5200 featured allow much control over the image, such settings like TTL metering, ISO, flash, Macro, White Balance and Red Eye Reduction could be manipulated to produce impressive images. Although the S5200 is not an SLR camera, its host of features allows it to compare itself with up-market cameras such as the Nikon Coolpix series of cameras.
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    Kodak EasyShare DX6440

    The Kodak DX6440 is a model of digital camera produced by the Eastman Kodak Company. It is part of the company's EasyShare consumer line of cameras, and is compatible with the Kodak camera docks and printer docks. Its 1/2.5" CCD image sensor gives a 4 megapixel image, while the fully retractable Schneider-Kreuznach lens has a focal length range equivalent to 33mm–132mm on a 135 film camera, which is a 4× range.
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    Canon EOS 1100D

    Canon EOS 1100D

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Manufacturer: Canon
    Canon EOS 1100D is a 12.2-megapixel digital single-lens reflex camera announced by Canon on 7 February 2011. It is known as the EOS Kiss X50 in Japan and the EOS Rebel T3 in the Americas. The 1100D is an entry-level DSLR that introduces movie mode to Canon's entry level DSLRs and replaces the 1000D. The EOS 1100D is also the only Canon EOS model currently in production that is not made in Japan but in Taiwan.
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    Canon PowerShot S90

    Canon PowerShot S90

    The Canon PowerShot S90 is a high-end 10.0 megapixel compact digital camera originally announced in 2009. The PowerShot S90 is the successor of the Canon PowerShot S80. The almost 4-year gap between the S80 and the S90, compared with intervals of 6 months to 1 year between prior versions, led to the line being popularly considered discontinued, and thus the S90 as a revival, rather than a strict successor. The S90 has received good, in some cases excellent reviews, with reviewers praising its image quality, small size, and ease of using manual mode, particularly due to its distinctive control ring. The fast (f/2) lens and the decision to reduce the pixel count (hence reducing noise; also found in the G11) are particularly cited. The primary criticisms, beyond the general limitations of small sensor and small size, are that its ergonomics are lacking, and in particular that the rear dial moves too easily, changing exposure and often ruining photos. To address the ergonomic criticisms, third parties have developed a custom grip to make the camera easier to grip, and a plastic ring to surround the control dial, making the dial less likely to be accidentally moved. In the high-end
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    Nikon D5100

    Nikon D5100

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Manufacturer: Nikon Corporation
    The Nikon D5100 is a 16.2 megapixel DX format DSLR F-mount camera announced by Nikon on April 5, 2011. It features the same 16.2-megapixel CMOS sensor as the D7000 with 14-bit resolution, while delivering Full HD 1080p video mode at either 24, 25 or 30fps. The D5100 is the first Nikon DSLR to offer 1080p video at a choice of frame rates; previous Nikon DSLRs that recorded 1080p only did so at 24 fps. It replaces the D5000. Like Nikon's other consumer level DSLRs, the D5100 has no in-body autofocus motor, and fully automatic autofocus requires a lens with an integrated autofocus motor. With any other lenses the camera's electronic rangefinder (which indicates if the subject inside the selected focus point is in focus or not) can be used to manually adjust focus. Can mount unmodified A-lenses (also called Non-AI, Pre-AI or F-type) with support of the electronic rangefinder and without metering. The Nikon D5100 has available accessories such as: Independent reviews and image comparisons at all ISO speeds in JPEG and RAW (with different lenses) are available. The competitor Canon EOS 600D / T3i was compared. DxO Labs awarded its sensor an overall score of 80, above much more expensive
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    Nikon E3

    The Nikon E3 and Nikon E3s, co-developed with Fujifilm and marketed also as the Fujix DS-560 and Fujix DS-565, are autofocus 1.3 megapixel professional grade quasi-full frame (35mm) digital single lens reflex cameras (DSLR) announced by the Nikon Corporation on 15 June 1998 and released in December 1999. The E3S is identical to the E3 except triple frame rate and larger buffer. They are followers of the Nikon E2N/E2Ns. Its unique optical system bundles the light of the full frame lenses to the 2/3 inch CCD sensor. That delivered an exceptional that-time sensivity of minimum 800 and maximum 3200 ISO which remains usable for press and news use. Nikon gained knowledge on digital cameras by constructing the Nikon Still Video Camera (SVC) Model 1, a prototype which was first presented at Photokina 1986. The follower Nikon QV-1000C Still Video Camera was produced since 1988 mainly for professional press use. Both cameras used QV mount lenses, a variant of F-mount lenses. Via an adapter (QM-100) other Nikkor lenses can be fitted. The Nikon NASA F4 was one of the first cameras with digital storage. Eastman Kodak used Nikon SLR's to design the Kodak DCS 100 and followers. Instead of the
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    Olympus E-410

    Olympus E-410

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Sensor type: CMOS sensor
    • Manufacturer: Olympus Corporation
    The Olympus E-410 (or Olympus EVOLT E-410 in North America) is a 10 megapixel digital single-lens reflex (DSLR) camera intended be the smallest and lightest DSLR on the market. Announced in March 2007 to succeed the E-400 (which was only marketed in Europe), it adds a live preview function and a new "Olympus TruePic III" processing chip that is claimed to provide better performance. The E-410 body and lens mount conform to the Four Thirds System standard, providing compatibility with other lenses for that system. (Four Thirds System lenses are smaller and lighter than lenses with similar specifications from other DSLR systems.) Like the E-400, the E-410 is notable for its small size, omitting the hand grip and exploiting the smaller sensor of the Four Thirds System. It weighs only 375g and approaches manual focus film SLR sizes, reminiscent of the Olympus OM system. It is accompanied by two new small zoom lenses, a 14–42 mm (28–84 mm 135 film format equivalent) f/3.5–5.6 standard zoom weighing 190g and a 40–150 mm (80–300 mm equivalent) f/4.0–5.6 long zoom weighing 220g. The E-410 uses Olympus' patented Supersonic Wave Filter dust reduction system to shake dust from the sensor
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    Pentax K20D

    Pentax K20D

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Sensor type: CMOS sensor
    • Manufacturer: Pentax
    The Pentax K20D and its clone, the Samsung GX-20, were 14.6 megapixel digital single-lens reflex cameras manufactured by Pentax that were announced on January 23, 2008. The K20D was available in the U.S. market from February 2008 through autumn 2009. The K20D and GX-20 bodies were developed by Pentax, while the CMOS sensor was manufactured by Samsung - a result of a partnership begun in 2005. Although both cameras share similar hardware, each camera has its own design, firmware, and image processing algorithms. The K20D is the first Pentax DSLR with a CMOS image sensor co-developed by Pentax and Samsung. Samsung's expertise in sensor design is seen as a major benefit to Pentax, which did not release its first DSLR until 2003, when most other camera manufacturers had already established themselves in the growing digital SLR market. At the time of their release, the K20D and GX-20 had the highest resolution sensor in the APS-C image sensor format at 14.6 megapixels. In 2009, Pentax announced the K-7, the successor the K20D with an improved CMOS sensor, smaller design, and many new features including HD video recording. The latest firmware release, version 1.04, was made available in
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    Photosmart M425

    Photosmart M425

    The HP Photosmart M425v, marketed in North American as the Photosmart M425v as a Digital Camera in 2006, is a 5.0-megapixel entry-level digital camera. It uses MultiMediaCard, SD Memory Card storage. The M425v bodies were originally available in black and white for the images to come out. The camera is also released in the US, South America, Europe, Asia, Australia and Africa.
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    Canon EOS 450D

    Canon EOS 450D

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Sensor type: CMOS sensor
    • Manufacturer: Canon
    The EOS 450D (called EOS Rebel XSi in North America and EOS Kiss X2 in Japan) is a 12.2-megapixel digital single-lens reflex camera that is part of the Canon EOS line of cameras. It is the successor to the EOS 400D/Digital Rebel XTi. It was announced on 23 January 2008 and released in March 2008 and April 2008 in North America. It was superseded by the Canon EOS 500D (Rebel T1i in North America) which was announced on 25 March 2009. Like its predecessors, it takes EF and EF-S lenses as well as a large selection of EOS system accessories. The current firmware version is 1.1.0 and can be downloaded from the Canon Japan web site together with the instruction for upgrading the firmware. To display the current firmware version, switch on, select [P], press [Menu], select the "settings #3" tab.
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    Canon EOS 60D

    Canon EOS 60D

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Manufacturer: Canon
    The Canon EOS 60D is a digital single-lens reflex camera from Canon. It is the first Canon EOS camera which has an articulating LCD screen and succeeds the EOS 50D. It was publicly announced on August 26, 2010 with a suggested retail price of US$1099.00. Apart from its screen, the main new features of the 60D in the two-digit Canon line include increased resolution and ISO range, and full-HD video capabilities and in-camera post-processing functions for the images. It uses the DIGIC 4 image processor. The 60D is offered as a body only or in a package with a EF-S 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6 IS lens, EF-S 17–85 f/4-5.6 IS USM lens, EF-S 18–135 f/3.5-5.6 IS lens or a EF-S 17-55mm f/2.8 IS. Compared to the EOS 50D the following changes were made: Digital Photography Review described the changes as representing the move from 'semi-pro'/'prosumer' to 'enthusiast' due to the reduction in some features; however the pentaprism viewfinder and iconic rear control wheel remain, as does the top informational LCD. The slightly smaller body retains the grip of the two-digit Canon line. The features of this camera can be greatly increased through the use of a custom firmware add-on, namely Magic Lantern.
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    Canon EOS-1D Mark IV

    Canon EOS-1D Mark IV

    The EOS-1D Mark IV is a professional 16.1 effective megapixels digital single lens reflex camera (DSLR) camera body produced by Canon. The EOS-1D Mark IV is the successor of the Canon EOS-1D Mark III and was announced on 20 October 2009, just four days after Nikon announced the D3s. It is the first Canon APS-H format DSLR to feature HD video recording at 1080p resolution. The Mark IV will be discontinued after the release of the Canon EOS-1D X. It received a Gold Award from Digital Photography Review.
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    FinePix A350

    FinePix A350

    Fuji FinePix A345 and A350 are basic digital point and shoot cameras. They have a 3x optical zoom, 4.1 and 5.2 megapixels respectively, and movie recording with sound capabilities.
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    FinePix S1 Pro

    The Fujifilm FinePix S1 Pro was an interchangeable lens digital single-lens reflex camera introduced in January 2000. It was based on a Nikon F60 (Nikon N60 in the U.S.) film camera body that was modified by Fujifilm to include its own proprietary image sensor and electronics. Because of the Nikon body, it had a Nikon F lens mount and so could use most lenses made for Nikon 35 mm cameras. It was autofocusing, had an electronically controlled focal plane shutter with speeds from 30 sec. to 1/2000 sec. and built-in exposure metering and pop-up flash. Its ISO film speed equivalents ranged from 320-1600. The camera is no longer in production, having been superseded by the Fujifilm FinePix S2 Pro in January 2002. Aside from the Nikon lens mount, the camera's principal distinction was its unique (and controversial) 3.1 megapixel photo sensor. Known as the Super CCD, it was unique in having its photodiodes oriented diagonally rather than horizontally and vertically as in all other SLR cameras. This allowed the use of a sophisticated interpolation system that produced an output image equivalent to 6.2 megapixels. The apparent resolution of images in this interpolated mode lay somewhere
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    FinePix S5800 S800

    FinePix S5800 S800

    Fujifilm FinePix S5800 (or FinePix S800 in some regions) is a digital camera released by Fujifilm in 2010 and intended for the enthusiastic amateur.
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    Fujifilm FinePix F-series

    Fujifilm FinePix F-series

    The Fujifilm FinePix F-series is a line of compact digital cameras that was renowned for its good low-light performance in 2005, with relatively low image noise and natural colors even at high ISO settings. With its relatively large, but moderate-resolution Super CCD sensors, it concentrated on image quality at a time when competing products began to neglect quality in favor of high megapixel counts, and low-light shooting without flash was mostly restricted to prosumer models. Image comparisons show that Fujifilm's sixth-generation, 6.3-megapixel Super CCD sensor (used on F10/F20/F30/F31 models) set the benchmark for low-noise, high ISO performance among point-and-shoot cameras and has not yet been matched by any of Fuji's higher megapixel Super CCD sensors to-date. The Fujifilm FinePix F200EXR (February 2009) has similar low light capabilities as the F31fd in pixel binning mode, but allows for double the resolution in good light. However, at the same focal length the lens of the F200EXR is about 1/2 stop slower than that of the F31fd. The key feature of the F200EXR is its very large dynamic range (estimated to be 11 stops) when used in its dual-capture mode. The first
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    Kodak DCS-100

    The Kodak Professional Digital Camera System or DCS, later unofficially named DCS 100, was the first commercially available digital single-lens reflex camera (DSLR) camera. It was mounted on a Nikon F3 body and released by Kodak in May 1991; the company had previously shown the camera at Photokina in 1990. Aimed at the photo journalism market in order to improve the speed with which photographs could be transmitted back to the studio or newsroom, the DCS had a resolution of 1.3 megapixels. The DCS 100 was publicly presented for the first time in Arles (France), at the Journées de l'Image Pro by Mr Ray H. DeMoulin, the worldwide President of the Eastman Kodak Company. 453 international journalists attended this presentation, which took place in the Palais des Congres of Arles. The DCS 100 came with a separate shoulder carried Digital Storage Unit (DSU) to store and to visualize the images, and to house the batteries. The DSU contained a 200 megabyte hard disk drive that could store up to 156 images without compression, or up to 600 images using a JPEG compatible compression board that was offered later as an optional extra. An external keyboard allowed entry of captions and other
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    Nikon Coolpix 4300

    Nikon Coolpix 4300

    The Nikon Coolpix 4300 is a digital camera that was made by Nikon. It was first released on October 1, 2002, and is no longer in production. At 4.0 effective megapixels, it is capable of delivering 2,272 x 1,704 pixel images. An included lens cap protects its Nikkor 3x optical Zoom lens, with a focal length of 8 – 24 mm (equivalent of a field of view in 38 – 114 mm lens), as well as an aperture of f/2.8-4.9 and shutter speed of 8-1/1,000 sec. It is capable of ISO equivalents of 100, 200, and 400. Image viewing is done on its 1.5 inch TFT LCD screen, and Type 1 CompactFlash cards are its storage medium. It was designed to be powered by a rechargeable EN-EL1 li-ion battery, but it also accepts the non-rechargeable 6V 2CR5/DL245 lithium battery. It weighs about 7.9 ounces without the battery or CompactFlash card, and its components are housed inside a body sized at 3.7 x 2.7 x 2.0 inches. Twelve of Nikon's scene modes were built into the camera, as well as the ability to record 320 x 240 resolution silent video clips in the QuickTime MOV file format. This camera model was generally criticized for its relatively short battery life. Moreover, it is a non-standard battery type from an
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    Nikon Coolpix 5400

    Nikon Coolpix 5400

    The Coolpix 5400 is a digital camera produced by Nikon with 5.1 megapixels, 4x optical zoom, 4x digital zoom, and many other functions. Max resolution 2592 x 19 0944 Low resolution 1600 x 1200, 1280 x 960, 1024 x 768, 640 x 480 Image ratio w:h 4:3, 3:2 Effective pixels 5.0 million Sensor photo detectors 5.2 million Sensor size 1/1.8 " (7.18 x 5.32 mm, 0.38 cm²) Pixel density 13 MP/cm² Sensor type CCD Sensor manufacturer Unknown ISO rating Auto, 50, 100, 200, 400 Zoom wide (W) 28 mm Zoom tele (T) 116 mm (4.1 x) Digital zoom Yes, 4x Image stabilization No Auto Focus Unknown Manual Focus Yes Normal focus range 50 cm Macro focus range 1 cm White balance override 5 positions, fine tunable, manual preset Aperture range F2.8 - F8.0 Min shutter 8 sec Max shutter 1/4000 sec Built-in Flash Yes Flash range 3 m External flash Yes, ISO 518 hot-shoe Flash modes Auto, Fill-in, Red-Eye reduction, Slow (front/rear), Off Exposure compensation -2 to +2 EV in 1/3 EV steps Metering 256 segment Matrix, Center-Weighted, Spot, Spot AF Area Aperture priority no Shutter priority Yes Lens thread Req. optional adapter (28 mm) Continuous Drive Yes, 3 frame/s, max 7 images Movie Clips Yes, 640 x 480 up to 70
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    Nikon Coolpix 8700

    Nikon Coolpix 8700

    The Coolpix 8700 is a digital camera manufactured and distributed by Nikon. It features 8.0 megapixels (effective), and a 8x optical/4x digital zoom. It is part of the Nikon Coolpix line of cameras.
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    Nikon D3100

    Nikon D3100

    • Manufacturer: Nikon Corporation
    The Nikon D3100 is a 14.2 megapixel DX format DSLR Nikon F-mount camera announced by Nikon on August 19, 2010. It replaced the D3000 as Nikon's entry level DSLR. It introduced Nikon's new EXPEED 2 image processor and was the first Nikon DSLR featuring full high definition video recording with full time autofocus and H.264 compression, instead of Motion JPEG compression. It was also the first Nikon DSLR to provide high-definition video recording at more than one frame rate. Use is assisted by two Guide Modes: Easy Operation and Advanced Operation tutorial. On April 19, 2012, the D3200 superseded the D3100 as Nikon's entry-level DLSR. Like Nikon's other consumer level DSLRs, the D3100 has no in-body autofocus motor, and fully automatic autofocus requires a lens with an integrated autofocus-motor. With any other CPU lenses the camera's electronic rangefinder can be used to manually adjust focus. Can mount unmodified A-lenses (also called Non-AI, Pre-AI or F-type) with support of the electronic rangefinder and without metering. The Nikon D3100 has available accessories such as: The D3100 has received many independent reviews and image comparisons at all ISO speeds.
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    Olympus C-8080 Wide Zoom

    Olympus C-8080 Wide Zoom

    The Olympus C-8080 WZ is a digital camera model manufactured by Olympus. It was first announced on the opening day of the 2004 Photo Marketing Association Annual Convention and Trade Show. As of that time, the C-8080 was set to be Olympus’ first eight-megapixel digital camera for the high-end consumer market. One key feature that is described in the name is the optical zoom technique used in this camera. Most compact zoom cameras use the zoom functionality for telephoto work where one details in on a remote subject. This camera allows one to set up the lens to work as a wide-angle lens which comes in handy for group or landscape photography. It has a high resolution lens with 5x zoom (7.1 - 35.6 mm) - equals (28 – 140 mm) in 35 mm film format - and an aperture of 2.4 for wide angle and 3.5 for telephoto. Focus range: normal 0.8 - inf.; macro 20 – 80 cm ; super-macro up to 5 cm. The metering modes for exposure are: ESP, center-weighted, multi-metering and spot. The metering target mark on the screen can be moved in 13 positions in spot mode. For absolute control a live histogram can be activated and the histogram target mark can be placed in 10.000 different positions. An AEL button
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    Olympus E-10

    Olympus E-10

    The Olympus E-10 is a digital single-lens reflex with a 4.0 megapixel CCD image sensor that was introduced in 2000. Unlike most digital SLRs the camera is not a system camera – its lens is fixed to the body. It has a TTL optical viewfinder, and a 4× optical zoom lens with lens aperture f/2–2.4. Instead of a moving mirror a beam splitting prism is used to split the image between the optical viewfinder and CCD. Thus it was possible to have a live view on the LCD and in parallel see the image in the TTL viewfinder. The E-10 has a strong metallic case that weighs in at approximately 37 oz. (1050 g). It was succeeded by the 5 megapixel Olympus E-20, announced in 2001. Media related to Olympus E-10 at Wikimedia Commons
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    Olympus E-620

    Olympus E-620

    • Format: Digital SLR
    • Manufacturer: Olympus Corporation
    The Olympus E-620 is a Four Thirds digital single-lens reflex camera from Olympus announced February 24, 2009. It combines features of the E-420 (smaller size), E-520 (image stabilization), and E-30 (new 12.3 MP sensor, slightly larger viewfinder, fold-out LCD, newer AF sensor). The camera is marketed by Olympus as the world's smallest DSLR with built-in image stabilization (IS). It is 130 mm × 94 mm × 60 mm in size and weighs 475 grams (1.05 lb), body only (533 g/1.18 lb with battery and a Compact Flash memory card). As with all Four Thirds cameras it has a crop factor of 2.0. Apart from being sold as camera body only, the E-620 is available with three lens configurations: Unlike the E-420 and E-520 it has an Olympus-designed battery grip, HLD-5. The E-620 also has its own underwater housing, PT-E06, submersible down to 40 meters. Media related to Olympus E-620 at Wikimedia Commons
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    Olympus FE-310

    Olympus FE-310

    Olympus FE-310 is a digital camera made by Olympus Corporation. It was released February 2008. Compression Lens Zoom Image sensor Display Memory ISO Sensitivity
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    Olympus Stylus 725 SW

    Olympus Stylus 725 SW

    • Format: Ultra Compact
    • Sensor type: Charge-coupled device
    • Manufacturer: Olympus Corporation
    The Olympus Stylus 725SW — also known as mju μ 725 SW in some markets — is a 7.1 megapixel ultra-compact salt-water submersible digital camera introduced by Olympus Corporation in 2006. The μ 720 SW is available in several different colors: chrome-silver, light-red and blue.
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    Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ30

    Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ30

    Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ30 is a bridge digital camera by Panasonic. It is the successor of the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ20. The highest-resolution pictures it records is 8 megapixels. The camera has a 12× optical zoom Leica lens and OIS (optical image stabilization). The optical zoom can be increased to 19.1× optical zoom by decreasing the picture resolution to 3 megapixels. It uses proprietary Lithium-Ion batteries and MMC/SD card storage. High-speed SD cards up to 2 GB are supported. There is no storage built into the camera; a memory card is required for all use. The manual zoom ring allows a smooth progression from 35–420 mm equivalent and silent zooms when recording movies. The camera also includes an "extended optical zoom" system providing greater optical zoom ability when shooting at lower resolutions, giving up to 19.3× optical zoom at 3MP. Apertures from f/2.8 to f/11 are supported, though the larger apertures are not available at high zoom levels (f/3.7 at full zoom). Shutter speeds range from 60 secs to 1/2000 sec. Auto-focus and a "Macro" autofocus modes are available, or a fluid-damped focus ring can be used. The AF-macro setting can be selected for all camera modes. The
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    Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF1

    Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF1

    • Format: Micro Four Thirds system
    • Sensor type: Live MOS
    • Manufacturer: Panasonic
    Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF1 was introduced in September 2009 as the third camera in Panasonic's Lumix G-series, using the Micro Four Thirds system. It was the first model in the "GF" line, which is primarily distinguished from the other Lumix G cameras by the lack of an integrated electronic viewfinder. The design of the DMC-GF1 is similar to that of the Olympus E-P1 which was introduced a few months earlier. The GF1 is 35% smaller than earlier G models. It has the same 12.1 megapixel sensor as the DMC-G1, 1280 × 720 HD recording in AVCHD Lite format, an optional hot-shoe mounted electronic viewfinder, and a 3 inch LCD with 460,000 dots. It was announced at the 2009 Internationale Funkausstellung Berlin consumer electronics exhibition. This model in the Lumix range was claimed by Panasonic as the world’s smallest and lightest system digital camera with a built-in flash capability. Although the GF1 is small it still offers many advanced features such as its high definition video recording capability. It offers most of the features of the larger G1, including high speed contrast detect autofocus and an identical sensor. The GF1's successor, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF2 was announced in
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    Panoscan

    Panoscan

    The Panoscan is a high resolution digital panoramic rotating line camera, manufactured by Panoscan Inc. The first Panoscan camera, called MK-1, were manufactured in 1999, with MK-2 and MK-3 models, with higher resolution and speed, followed. The Panoscan camera uses a tri-linear CCD array and assembles an image by capturing a single line of pixels at a time while rotating through a 400 degree arc. The camera produces digital images of 9,000 by 65,000 pixels that can be printed at 30 feet (10 metres) in length. The camera incorporates a pan mechanism and does not require an external unit. The MK-3 Panoscan camera accepts medium format lenses from 22.5 mm up to 300 mm focal lengths. Panoscan cameras can be used with a special 22.5 mm fisheye lens to capture completely spherical images for use in computer-based virtual reality players such as QuickTime VR. The images can be used for measurement purposes such as Photogrammetry. A photogrammetry application for measuring the panoramic images, called PanoMetric, is available.
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    Ritz Dakota Digital

    The Ritz Dakota Digital is a type of point-and-shoot digital camera, introduced in July of 2003, and sold by the Ritz Camera Centers. It has a digital photo resolution of 1.2 megapixels (1280 pixels wide, 960 pixels high) and a storage capacity of 25 pictures. When introduced, the Dakota Digital sparked massive interest, primarily due to its price tag: $10.99 (US Dollars). At the time, a digital camera of similar resolution and functionality was in the $40–$70 range. The reason for the low price was because the Dakota Digital was a single-use camera, i.e. the consumer takes the pictures, returns the camera to the store, and the pictures are returned to the consumer in print and CD-ROM format (after an additional $11 processing fee) while the camera is refurbished and resold. Although the Dakota Digital wasn't the very first digital camera introduced under the single-use concept (Pentax and Sanyo introduced the world's first single-use digital camera in Japan two years prior ), it was the first single-use digital camera to be mass-marketed (the Pentax/Sanyo camera was only a three-month trial run), as well as the first single-use digital camera sold in the United States. Almost
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    Sony Alpha 230

    Sony Alpha 230

    The Sony α 230 (DSLR-A230) is Sony's entry-level digital single-lens reflex camera (DSLR). The 10.2 megapixel α230 is available in the United States in two kit versions, one with a DT 18-55mm SAM (smooth-autofocus-motor) Sony lens and the other with the same DT 18-55mm SAM lens and a DT 55-200mm SAM Sony lens. The single lens kit is $449.99 (as of Jan. 1, 2010) and the two lens kit is for $649.99 (as of Jan. 1, 2010). The Sony α230 has a 9 point AF system and takes all Sony α/Minolta AF mount lenses. The 10.2 megapixel APS-C (23.6 mm × 15.8 mm) sized CCD sensor has a max ISO of 3200, however when using ISO 800 the photos start to get noisy and 1600 and 3200 have very bad noise. The Sony α230 has a BIONZ images processor and can take approximately 3.5 frames per second. The Sony α230 includes Creative Style, or preset color settings; BRAVIA Sync with a built in HDMI plug, and anti-dust technology. The Sony α230's anti-dust system is a charge protection coating on a low pass filter and image-sensor shift mechanism. The α230 also features Sony's SteadyShot INSIDE in-body stabilization. The Sony α230 takes the Sony NP-FH50 rechargeable battery and can take about 510 photos on a full
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    • Anne 27th of March 2014
      Where is the best of them all - The Nikon D800 ? It is not even mentioned on this list and no way to add it!