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Monday
Apr022012

Top 5 New Cameras from CES 2012

Calling all gear and gizmo fans - Which?, the UK review site, produced a video of their 6 favorite new cameras at the 2012 CES show. They selected (in this order):

So what do you think? Best of Show, truly? What new cameras have you tried out lately and found to be great performers for the value? 

 

 


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Reader Comments (2)

NYIP graduate speaking here... I've owned the G1 X for nearly a month now and I'm very pleased with it. It's an upgrade to my 'carry around camera', formerly a G10. I kept missing shots with the latter in low light situations, a problem that is now rectified. It saves me having to cart around my dSLRs when I need what only a larger sensor can deliver. I wrote a field report and posted it on my site, along with a portfolio of images I have created:

http://www.mccormickphotography.com/cms/2012/canon-powershot-g1-x-pocket-rocket/

Best,

Sean M.
April 2, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterSean McCormick
I've been using the Fuji X-Pro1 for a couple of weeks now.

Auto-focus is not quite SLR-fast, but the image quality is by far the best I have seen from any APS-C sized sensor.

The lenses, too, may not be quite Leica-quality but nevertheless produce very nice Bokeh and can stop down to be very sharp corner-to-corner.

Anybody who appreciates a more traditional/manual way of shooting should really check this camera out.

Dare I say – it's like a digital Contax G2?
April 2, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterAlistair Henning
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