An in-depth review by DPreview.com on the latest Canon DSLR EOS Rebel T4i (650D). It is probably the most sought-after entry-level DSLR for people who want to upgrade from a compact camera or hybrid camera. Especially attractive to those who are used to touchscreen interface.
Price: $792 (EOS Rebel T4i with 18-55mm EF-S IS II Lens)
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Wouldn’t taking pictures underwater be so great? With the waterproof Fuji Finepix XP30, I’ve been taking pictures underwater and I am able to express my love for our underwater friends. Not just that it’s waterproof, it’s also a shock, dust and freeze proof camera. I was quite surprise that to find a built-in GPS for this sub $130 camera.
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A smart camera built for your lifestyle, the Canon PowerShot ELPH 320 HS (aka Canon Powershot IXUS 240 HS outside the USA) was made to capture excellent images, with modern convenience. With its 16.1 megapixels along with the Canon HS System, this allows you to take bright, clear photos even in low lights. The 3.2″ touchscreen responds to your touch for a more convenient interactive shooting.
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The Nikon P310 has become immensely popular for those who need to shoot in dim light, and when on the move. The COOLPIX P310 takes crisp and sharp pictures in vibrant and natural color. It offers you amazing photos no matter what time of the day it is. Owing to its compact size you can carry it with you anywhere, in your shirt or trouser pocket. It looks quite like the earlier model P300, with an addition of Fn button.
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The Nikon 1 Series is one of the most advanced digital cameras that you can find in the market and the Nikon J1 lives up to its billing as a movie and snapshot combo camera. The Nikon 1 J1 bundled with the 10-30mm kit lens is priced at $649.
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The fourth model in the Sony NEX series, the α NEX5N comes with full features and a 16.1 MP APS-C HD CMOS Sensor. The 3-inch tilting LCD panel adds to the range of options available for photo enthusiasts who would like nothing better than a camera that gives them high resolution pictures in all kinds of settings. Read the rest of this short NEX5N review before you heading to your favorite camera store.
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The Nikon 1 V1 is known for its very fast autofocusing, 10fps continuous shooting and Full HD video capabilities. The best in its class when these features are taken into account. The 10.1 Megapixels Nikon V1 with the 10-30mm (27-80mm equivalent) kit lens is priced around $849.
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The Olympus EP3 is meant for the person who knows the difference between a zoom and a macro lens and knows how to adjust the exposure and the ISO settings in accordance with his or her preferences. The EP3 has been designed for those who know how to shoot pictures without having to carry the bulk and weight of a DSLR.
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2011 was the year of the digital camera where many manufacturers came up with their versions of high-end compact camera. Among these, the Fuji FinePix X10 stands out for its retro design, competitive pricing, extensive features and capabilities that would make a professional turn green with envy.
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The latest addition to the Canon S series is the Powershot S100 which is an all encompassing camera with manual options for experienced photographers and easy to operate automatic options for novices or amateurs.
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