The Samsung Galaxy Android EK-GC100 superzoom camera received perhaps its most high profile camera review yet, its review is finalized at Imaging Resource.
This is the last review we will add here for this camera and any other cameras without RAW. The bar is now pretty high for cameras without RAW to be included in the Camera Reviews stream – for practical reasons: way too many cameras out there!
The current leader of the Fuji 1/2.x” superzooms is the Fuji HS-50-EXR and said camera has collected a new review waiting for you at Photography Blog.
Speaking of superzooms with RAW, here is another review of the Canon Powershot SX50 HS, the first in this particular line of Powershots to offer RAW out of the box. The new review is ready for you at Steve’s Digicams.
The Fuji HS50-EXR is the current leader of the Fuji HS-superzoom series and it has a new review at ePhotozine. It is not known whether Fuji will introduce an X-S1 replacement, so until then, the “leadership” among newer models “belongs” to the HS50-EXR.
RAWzoomer action with the f2.8 constant aperture Panasonic FZ200 reviewed at Imaging Resource.
Not as compact as the previous couple of fixed lens cameras, but fixed lens camera with RAW it is, it is the superzoom Fuji HS50-EXR with its 1/2″ sensor tested out at CNet Reviews.
A third review is out for the Fuji SL1000 50x optical zoom superzoom with RAW, this one is out at CNet UK.
We have the second published review for the new Fuji SL1000 RAWzoomer (50x superzoom with RAW), this time it is available for your digital consumption at ePhotozine.
The RAWzoomers as we like to call them (superzooms with RAW) continue to increase their ranks, you may have missed the Fuji SL1000, it is a 50x (yes, fifty times) optical zoom camera with RAW and a 1/2.3″ sensor. And it has been reviewed at Photography Blog which has also remodeled their website.
Superzooms with RAW are a sub-segment of the superzoom market that is getting an uptick in new models, with even Canon embracing RAW for superzooms. Here is a new review of the Fuji HS50-EXR at Pocket Lint. The HS50-EXR has a 1/2″ sensor, in-between the more common 1/1.7-8″ and 1/2.3x” sizes found in most of today’s fixed lens digital cameras.
For the purposes of this blog, we group all the 1/2.x” cameras together under the 1/2.x” sensor size, so it includes the 1/2″ and 1/2.3″ and 1/2.5″. Likewise, we group the 1/1.x” cameras together under the 1/1.x” sensor size, which includes 1/1.6″, 1/1.7″, 1/1.8″ etc.
Please note, this is not a fraction but a sensor size notation, so the 1-inch sensor size is not what standard math would encourage us to think, 1/1″. For a refresher, check these two articles on sensor sizes at dpreview Articles and dpreview Glossary.
Once upon a time, a superzoom camera with an f2.8 constant aperture and RAW would have sent the photography forums in multiple states of ecstasy. Now a days, with so many cameras and systems out there, we have all become a bit more demanding and jaded Okay, introduction ends, here comes a new review of the Panasonic FZ200 at Neocamera.
The curiosity that is the first real Android digital camera continues to bring it new reviews. The Samsung Galaxy EK-GC100 android superzoom has been reviewed at Quesabesde which you can also read in computer translatese.
Zoom-zoom again, zoom with RAW, a RAWzoomer it is, it is the Canon SX50 HS reviewed at Digital Camera Review.
The review party continues for the curiosity that is the Samsung Galaxy Android EK-GC100 Ice Cream Sandwich superzoom digital camera. The latest review is out at Photography Review.
Back to the curiosity that is the Samsung Galaxy Android superzoom digital camera, here comes another review of this creature at dpreview connect.