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Archive:  August, 2009

The Canon EOS 50D

August 27th, In Reviews, by , 1 Comment

The Canon EOS 50D has an impressive expanded ISO range of 100-12800 and a 3 inch LCD screen boasting 920,000 dots. It is a 15.1 megapixel camera. I’ll start by telling you that this is a superb camera and stands as a serious investment for an amateur as well as an affordable and quality back [...]

The Nikon D90

August 27th, In Reviews, by , 6 Comments

The Nikon D90 is a marvellous hybrid of quality still and video capture. The Nikon D90 has an impressive 12.3 megapixels and a 3 inch crisp and clear high resolution LCD which has 170 degree viewing angles. The 170 degrees of viewing opportunities work well in sync with Live View mode using the full 920,000 [...]

Sony Alpha A350

August 27th, In Reviews, by , Comment

The Sony Alpha A350 gives its user a crisp, clear 2.7 inch LCD with 230,000 pixels, a 9 point auto focus system and 14.2 megapixel images. The LCD has an anti reflective coating, so that your view is uncompromised by bright light, and a tilt option, allowing you to move the screen to face completely [...]

Safari Photography

Going on a safari anywhere in Africa is a unique and memorable experience. Few of us ever get to go more than once. Even fewer get to see all of the ‘Big 5′ in a single trip. Imagine going on a safari (and paying a substantial sum of money to do so) and not having [...]

Nikon D5000

August 5th, In Reviews, by , 11 Comments

I’ve always loved the versatility of the hybrid, still and video camera in one, and the Nikon D5000, 12.9 megapixel, does not disappoint on any level. With movie capture capabilities of up to 1280 X 720 at 24 frames per second including mono sound. I found the video capture results to be crisp, smooth and [...]

Sony Alpha A330

August 5th, In Reviews, by , Comment

The Sony Alpha A330 has been marketed as a bridge between SLRs and ‘point and shoot’ cameras. I agree with this completely. I was happy playing around on the 2.7inch, 1,080,000 pixel LCD. It was clear and bright and easy to see in harsh lighting. Some of the Sony Alpha’s features include: a 9 point [...]

Sony Alpha A230

August 5th, In Reviews, by , 1 Comment

At 452 g without the battery, lenses and accessories, this little camera is a lightweight in terms of body makeup, however, it is slightly bigger than its competitors in the same league and is therefore able to offer a bigger screen (2.7 inches) and a challengeable better auto-focus feature (a 9 point system) but there [...]

Nikon D300S

August 3rd, In Reviews, by , Comment

The Nikon D300S has only served to impress with each feature and option available. The D300S has a 12.3 Megapixel DX-Format CMOS image sensor. Its 3 inch VGA Screen (Video Graphics Array) is crisp, clear and bright. The Nikon D300S provides its users with a powerful 51-point auto focus system. A mode called Auto-area was [...]

Nikon reveals the D3000

August 3rd, In Reviews, by , Comment

*drum roll* The DLSR made simple! Nikon has just released the D3000, its newest, latest DSLR, boasting an incredible 3 inch LCD, with 230,000 pixels and an 11 point focus system with 3-D tracking. The simplicity of the D3000 has dispelled the rumours that DSLRs are complicated to use. This sexy, little camera has made [...]

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