Canon’s new entry-level D-SLR offers significantly more features and performance for the same price as the outgoing model. Paul Burrows concludes that the EOS 400D is going to keep Canon on top in the D-SLR market.
For the price of a small hatchback you can instead have Canon’s first EF-mount 800mm supertelephoto and which can probably get you just as far. Paul Burrows limbers up to try out Canon’s biggest gun.
Olympus continues to re-establish itself as a major player in SLRs adding two new levels of model to its growing digital range. Paul Burrows gets behind the enthusiast level E-30.
Olympus makes a bold bid for a slice of the high-end D-SLR market with a pro-level model that may well just have enough to lure new users to the marque. Report by Paul Burrows.
Slightly overwhelmed by the hype surrounding its ultra-compact sibling Olympus’s E-510 nevertheless offers everything it has… and more. Report by Paul Burrows.
Nikon’s new entry-level D-SLR is very much aimed at the novice but it’s still sufficiently well featured to work for the more experienced user.
Nikon introduces another model tier to its D-SLR range primarily to compete with Canon’s highly successful EOS 400/450/500D dynasty. Paul Burrows tries out the ‘entry-level plus’ D5000.
The concept of a stereo camera is almost as old as photography itself but a 3D digital compact with 3D image processing and a 3D monitor screen is something out of the box. Report by Paul Burrows.
It’s an interchangeable lens camera, Jim, but not as we know it. Ricoh messes with our minds with an… er, interchangeable camera camera. Report by Paul Burrows.
Everything that’s good about the CX1 including the double-shot HDR mode and multi-point white balance but with a longer zoom and faster continuous shooting. Another Ricoh digital compact for the discerning shooter. Report by Paul Burrows.
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