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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.
The Sony DSC T500 is a very stylish, pocket digital camera. It has 10 megapixels and a 5x optical zoom lens. It has a few extra features when compared to more standard pocket cameras such as a 3.5 inch LCD screen, image stabilisation and the ability to adjust flash intensity. David Tymon from Cameras.co.uk has reviewed.
An intelligent picture taking mode takes all the hard work out of photography. Except the bit where you have to walk places, grumbles Duncan Evans.
Duncan Evans takes a look at the pocket-friendly Casio Exilim TRYX TR100 that packs a big punch into a small format - what 'Tryx' are hiding up its sleeves?
The Fuji Finepix F100Fd is a 12 megapixel pocket, digital camera with a 5x optical zoom lens. The lens has a focal length equivalent to 28 - 140mm on a 35mm camera making it a wide angle lens. This is especially suitable for landscape photography and photographing groups of people. David Tymon from Cameras.co.uk has reviewed.
The Panasonic DMC FX500 is a 10 megapixel digital camera with a 5x optical zoom lens. It has more features than any other pocket sized camera. David Tymon from Cameras.co.uk has reviewed.
The Nikon Coolpix S520 is an 8 megapixel digital camera that can slip into a pocket. It has a 3x optical zoom lens plus features such as image stabilisation and automatic red eye fix.
Nikon have decided enough is enough with cameras that only suit one type of photographer at a time and have produced a camera that everyone can use. Matt Grayson thinks it's about time as he was getting bored waiting.
Sigma 17-70mm f/2.8-4.5 Macro DC lens test
Canon ramp up the specification with the Canon EOS 550D. With an 18Mp CMOS sensor, +/- 5EV exposure compensation and SDXC memory card support. It promises a great deal and we see if it delivers in this test
Being the market leader in the fastest growing sector of the photographic market is a tough title to hold on to, especially with most major camera manufacturers announcing new entry-level products this year. Can Canon's latest entry-level offering, the EOS 400D, retain this position in the face of such fierce competition? In this review Gary Wolstenholme takes a look whether if anyone can, Canon can.
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