Review Train (Casio EX-FH20, Lumix FX150, Samsung L210, Canon E1 and more)
Welcome to a new edition of the Review Train, where we feature reviews of cameras, lenses, books, and other gear! To catch up with previous reviews, and impact review updates, be sure to check the Reviews mini-blog, and the DSLR Review matrix at noisyreviews.com.
There are new reviews of the G10, P6000, and GX200, rounded up at the RAWsumer blog.
Speaking of RAWsumers, Serious Compacts has started their new multi-episode shootout, episode #1 is a high-ISO shootout between the LX3 and the G10.
Spotlight review: Casio EX-FH20
Casio's new superzoom, the 20X Casio EX-FH20 has been flying under the radar a little bit, compared to the buzz its predecessor, the EX-F1 generated. Add to that the fact that the EX-FH20 looks more like a "traditional" 20x superzoom that we have seen from other manufacturers, such as the Fuji S8x00fd, Olympus SP-5xx, and Canon SX-1(0)-IS.
So with all that as a preface, here is the review, at Digital Camera Info.
Steve's Digicams, one of the "Original Big Six", has posted one and a half Panasonic Lumix digital camera reviews, two of the most popular cameras in their line-up. The half-review (first look) belongs to the Panasonic FZ28 and the full review belongs to the Panasonic FX150.
Sweet or sour? ephotozine has posted their review of the Samsung L210, a cutesy LiIon-based digital camera. But ephotozine points out that the L210 has something that the new Canon A-series cameras do not! Oh my!!!
Isn't she lovely for a Hello Kitty camera? Oh wait! It's not a Hello Kitty camera. It's a AA-based Canon Powershot! What??? Well, read the review of the Canon E1 at PhotographyBlog.
If you like short and sweet reviews, then you might be interested in the Olympus Stylus 1060 review at Cameras UK.