Category Archives: Compact Cameras

A Hiker’s Buddy-Olympus Tough TG-3

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Tweet Tough or weather-proof cameras could be treated as specialist equipment, similar to various camping equipment. These cameras are constructed to survive in extreme conditions and ‘safely’ bring back precious images you shoot. The Olympus TG-3 is an upgrade to the TG-2 that we reviewed last year. The TG-2 thoroughly…

Up for a Challenge-anon PowerShot G7X 1

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Tweet Consumers today are upgrading their level of technical knowledge to distinguish between gimmicks and real stuff , thanks to the increasingly accessible well of information online. And this is forcing the companies to innovate and come up with real improvements. This has led to fierce competition in the premium…

Trimmed to perfection-Sony Cyber-shot RX100 II

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Tweet The Sony RX-series consists of compact cameras with professional specifications. The RX100 and the RX100 II impressed us with their fast lenses and larger-than-normal sensors. The 20.1-megapixel RX100 III is an improvement on these, mainly characterised by a built-in EVF and fast f/2.8 aperture at the telephoto end. Here…

Canon PowerShot S200 – Back to Basics?

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Tweet Canon’s feature-filled premium compacts have been very successful, and the PowerShot S110 was no exception. Though many users can misjudge the 10.1-megapixel S200 as the successor to the S110 with its higher price tag, it is in reality, a strippeddown version of the S110 with a couple of features…

A Useful Upgrade – Nikon P7800

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Tweet It has been almost a year since we reviewed the Nikon P7700. Th e 7700 was a major upgrade to the P7100, with a 2-megapixel improvement in resolution, CMOS instead of CCD, fully articulated LCD in the place of a tilting screen, and surprisingly, discarding the optical viewfinder. Now…