Posts Tagged ‘field review’
One of the main criticisms of the Canon 7D was that its high ISO abilities are not as great as the 5D Mk II. While this is true, that doesn’t mean that the files produced are not usable in the slightest. I took the 7D to a get-together amongst New York game journalists as well as another event to test the high ISO abilities as well as the autofocus abilities. Check them out after the jump.
I recently had the pleasure of testing the Olympus EPL-1 that is being so highly raved about while on an excursion in Chinatown. While this is a camera that people stepping up to interchangable lens cameras might appreciate, I don’t think I ever want to touch one again. There are flaws with the camera that I really wasn’t satisfied with in addition to huge problems that are totally unacceptable. My conclusions are after the jump.
Despite the fact that it has been out for a while now, the Leica D-LUX 4 is one of the point-and-shoots that I’ve always felt deserved some attention.Like its more economical sibling the Panasonic LX-3, it is a premium point-and-shoot that is meant for enthusiasts, pros that want a nice compact camera, and people that want better images and aren’t afraid to work a little bit for them. On December 11th 2009, Leica announced a firmware update for the camera. The update in lots pictures after the jump.