October 16, 2010
I bought a Sony DSLR camera last Sunday morning. I had original intended to upgrade to a prosumer after using a compact digital camera since the year of its availability to consumers and kept my fully manual Nikon FM2 to rot in the dry box. So I was looking at the Panasonic LX5, the Canon S95 and the higher end micro four third Sony NEX5. But after researching for awhile, I realised they will never quench my hunger for what an SLR can really do. So I searched more on the bulkier entry to middle level DSLRs and zoom in on 2 units, namely the almost new Canon 550D and the newer Sony Alpha SLT 55.
October 1, 2006
You have seen the hardcore Hasselblad H3D DSLR camera for the rich and professionals. Now see the sexy Sony Cyber-shot for the prosumers (a non amateur consumer). Less chunk, soft curves, nice matt texture.
Excellent image quality at 10.3megapixel CMOS sensor ; an impressively flexible LCD screen that’s viewable from many angles; a sharp and versatile Carl Zeiss lens; effective white-balancing features; a wide range of ISO sensitivity; quick performance.If you don’t anticipate a need for multiple lenses, given the crisp 24mm-to-120mm-equivalent lens with a maximum aperture of F2.8–the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-R1 makes a worthy competitor to the dSLRs in its category.
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September 26, 2006
Wooot… look at the muscles… look at the dark skin… handsome… must be real nice to fondle…
The world’s first 48mm, full frame DSLR camera system with 39 Megapixel full-frame digital 28mm wide angle shooting file size at 5412×7212 pixels at 117MB per pic and OLED 2.2-inch colour display. Built with inter-changeable, waist-level viewfinder so that photographers to maintain loving eye contact with the models.
Price? Must be the cost of a car in Singapore!
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