Photography Equipment Reviews
Buying the right camera, lens, accessory or software to suit your photography is really important. Our product reviews offer independent views with hands-on opinion and honest verdicts aimed to give you all the important information you need to make the best buying decisions.
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Matt Grayson takes a look at ways of storing your pictures and negatives.
- 10 Jul 2007
Media brain-boxes RoxioLabs have released a free download to liven up your desktop which works like a news ticker on TV and will load local digital images from your computer or RSS feeds from the interweb. Matt Grayson takes a look.
- 10 Jul 2007
Summer is upon us, holidays are around the corner and Pentax are offering the Optio E30 to relieve you stress on your jollies. Matt Grayson gives it a whirl.
- 6 Jul 2007
When asked for two words that describe the Pro3800, most popular were big and square. Thats two things it has in common with Matt Grayson then.
- 5 Jul 2007
Opposites attract, they say. But will Matt Grayson like the slim, good looking Casio Exilim EX-V7? More appropriately, will it like him back?
- 3 Jul 2007
User-friendly is a term that has been thrown around for years now. It's been used for computers, software and even Tuck Pendleton's apartment in Innerspace. Now Nikon have added a camera that can fall under the definition. Matt Grayson explains.
- 2 Jul 2007
Kodak have raised the bar with a small, lightweight compact boasting a 12x optical zoom. Matt Grayson takes a look.
- 29 Jun 2007
With a 10x optical zoom from a wide 28mm angle and stuffed with features for easy picture taking, is the DMC-TZ3 a camera for the lazy? Enter Matt Grayson.
- 28 Jun 2007