Stepping up in the compact spectrum are cameras that tend to be aimed at photographers who want full photographic control. Good low-light performance, ability to shoot Raw, and accessible manual controls make these compacts a portable alternative to more bulky DSLRs. In the following pages, you’ll find what we liked and didn’t like about each camera, links to our test scenes to do image quality comparisons, and real-world galleries to give you a sense of how it performs outside the lab.
Simply the best and deepest in-depth reviews of digital cameras can be found at Digital Photography Review. You can compare cameras with interactive tools, get some useful information about lenses and you’ll learn a lot about digital imaging.
Digital Photography Review once was started in the UK back in 1998. Now it is among the 2,000 most visited websites on the internet.
In the editorial reviews, the author and photographer Scott Kelby is being referred to as
the man who changed the digital darkroom forever.
Well, this scares me a little. However, if you want to gain some insight into digital photography and now are now looking for a good point to start with, Kelby’s three volume boxed set of Digital Photograpy is the book to read.
According to the back cover you’ll get better-looking, sharper, more colorful, and more professional-looking photos every time. If all the promises are being kept? I don’t know, I’m only on page 22 yet. But you should be able to see the results here on my blog after some time. Stay tuned!