Review Train: Olympus E30 and E520, Canon G10 and SX10IS, Nikon P6000, TZ5, etc
Welcome to a new edition of the "Review Train", a silly name we use for recent review round-ups :) For a reference list of all the reviews we track, be sure to visit and revisit noisyreviews.com.
Spotlight: Lighting the Way reviews
Two back-to-back reviews of the rare creatures we call "RAWsumers" have been posted at Lighting the Way. Hot off the e-presses is a review of the Canon G10, which preceded the review of one of its competitors, the Coolpix P6000.
DSLR Reviews: Unofficial Olympus Review Week
Not one, but two reviews have been posted for the Olympus E30, by Photography Blog and also in the time-traveling March 2009 edition of Popular Photography, which you can already read online.
The Olympus review week continues with the Olympus E520, quite possibly one of the best-bang-for-the-buck DSLRs at the moment, and its latest review got published at Imaging Resource.
You can get the storm-trooper edition if you like, but underneath the body paint, it's the same camera, even if it's wearing a Darth-Vader color-scheme! And with that as a preface, here is the Pentax K2000 K-m review at Photo Review, complete with all the measurables for the technically-inclined!
If you missed it, be sure to check out the recent feature of the Sony Alpha A900 review at Photography Blog.
Zoom! Zoom! The replacements are coming, but if you want or need a camera now, the Panasonic TZ5 is the model you can get. And a new review has been posted on this fun-zoom, at the aptly named Photography Review.
Next up, we have a review of perhaps the most popular super-zoom at the moment, the Canon SX10-IS, reviewed by tech-review super-site Trusted Reviews. As usual, no spoilers, but for the speed-readers conclusions are on page #3.
How have laptop displays evolved with regards to digital photographers? Galbraith takes a closer look.
And we close with an "LSM" review at the Online Photographer. LSM? Yes, that's short for the book with the colorful cover, "Light, Science and Magic". Check out the book review.