Casio EX-Z1050 Reviews

PopPhoto has a review of the Casio EX-Z1050 and writes, “The camera’s best shot scene modes are helpful, especially for novice users. It focuses fast in most conditions, and has a good feature set for the value. While an overall improvement over the EX-Z1000, Casio doesn’t provide any compelling reasons to rush out and upgrade [...]

  • July 3rd, 2007
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Canon TX1 Reviews

Steve’s Digicams has a review of the Canon TX1 and writes, “The TX1’s image quality results were very pleasing. When shooting outdoors, our sample images were sharp from edge to edge and colours look very natural. The exposure system also does and excellent job, producing beautiful sky detail. Noise levels are average for a 7-megapixel [...]

  • July 3rd, 2007
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Canon SD1000 Reviews

DPInterface has a review of the Canon SD1000 and writes, “Image quality was above average with fairly controlled noise, good colour reproduction and corner softness not being much of an issue. The camera also has a built-in redeye removal tool which can be used in playback (I wish it was applied automatically though). Colour fringing [...]

  • June 27th, 2007
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Canon PowerShot SD750 Digital ELPH Reviews

Imaging Resource has a review of the Canon PowerShot SD750 Digital ELPH and writes, “It was indeed a pleasure. The Canon SD750’s fast start-up and shutdown times never got in the way, and the responsive shutter made me forget all about shutter lag. … But the Canon SD750’s image quality was the biggest disappointment. Most [...]

  • June 27th, 2007
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Canon PowerShot S5 IS Reviews

CNET has a review of the Canon PowerShot S5 IS and writes, “Colour looks great; it pops but manages to stay shy of oversaturated. White balance is excellent under a variety of conditions. But even at its sharpest, the S5 IS’ photos generally look over processed and a bit smeary. Some of that fades to [...]

  • June 27th, 2007
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Canon A560 Reviews

Imaging Resource has a review of the Canon A560 and writes, “The Canon PowerShot A560 is an excellent basic digital camera for all-around usage. While not as small as many subcompacts, it fits in most pants pockets or larger purses, and avoids some of the optical, image quality, and performance trade-offs that are often found [...]

  • June 27th, 2007
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Canon PowerShot A460 Reviews

Imaging Resource has a review of the Canon PowerShot A460 and writes, “You get a lot of camera for just over $100 with the Canon PowerShot A460. It’s a great camera for the kids, and not a bad choice as a snap shooter for just about anyone on your list. It operates on two AA [...]

  • June 27th, 2007
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Canon IXUS 950 IS Reviews

RegHardware has a review of the Canon IXUS 950 IS and writes, “Images are generally impressive. Colours look sharp and accurate, even at the IXUS’ lowest ISO settings. There isn’t any noise until you reach ISO 200, but even this is just a light covering of slightly off-colour splotches that’s barely evident on computer displays [...]

  • June 27th, 2007
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Canon IXUS 75 Camera Reviews

ePhotoZine has a review of the Canon IXUS 75 Camera and writes, “The IXUS 75 scores well on all accounts. It is stylishly designed, well-built, and performed well in all of the ePHOTOzine tests. It boasts an array of additional features including various scene modes, automatic face detection, DIGIC III technology and the added benefit [...]

  • June 27th, 2007
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Canon IXUS 70 Reviews

Cameras.co.uk has a review of the Canon IXUS 70 and writes, “Two areas where the IXUS 70 outperforms most other pocket sized digital camera is when it comes to sharpness and colours. … Aside from the slight purple tinge colours are generally strong. They are not overpowering, but the IXUS 70 is capable of producing [...]

  • June 27th, 2007
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