ISO crop time of a photographer's DVD collection is shared and discussed in the dpreview Leica forum. A short discussion follows up as well.
RAWsumer reviews at the Compact Reviews Organizer
CANON: G11 S95 G10 G9 S90 SX1is
PANASONIC: LX5 LX3 LX2 FZ50 FZ100 FZ40/FZ45 FZ38/FZ35 FZ28
RICOH: GRD III GRD II GX200
SIGMA: DP2 DP1
NIKON: P7000 P6000
CAMERA DIARIES: Panasonic LX3 Canon G10
Friday, January 29, 2010
Sunday, January 24, 2010
Steve Huff takes a trip down memory lane with the Leica Digilux 2. Yes, that is a rawsumer from earlier in the decade, the Leica version of the Panasonic LC1. This is the camera Panasonic made to show the world they can make "serious cameras" and not just "appliances". This came shortly after the controversy of the LC5 "Monet".
Wednesday, January 20, 2010
Japanese website DC Watch Impress points out that there is a new custom-grip for the Canon S90 offered by Oriental Hobbies. This is not a battery grip, just a grip-grip.
Update: Here are some details on the product page of the item at Oriental Hobbies.
Tuesday, January 19, 2010
Monday, January 11, 2010
David Brooks of the New Shutterbug Times has published his first impressions of the Sigma DP1s. This is the third camera in the DP-series of fixed-lens Foveonesque cameras by Sigma. DP1s action has been fairly quite so far, partially because of the many other cameras and systems out there, partly because Sigma has inadvertently done everything in their power to alienate the average photographer [exaggeration] :)
The camera is actually shipping, the best price right now is $550 at Adorama.com.
Thursday, January 07, 2010
This is nice, we are just seven days in in 2010, and we already have two RAWsumers announced! The second one is the speed-demon Casio EX-FH100, which uses the high-speed CMOS back-lit sensor and a body borrowed from the H10/H15 blade-zooms.