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Nikon Compact Camera Review
- A point-and-shoot camera, also called a compact camera, is a still camera designed primarily for simple operation . Most use focus free lenses or autofocus for focusing, automatic systems for setting the exposure options, and have flash units built in.
- The general term for small, light cameras designed for convenience. While they do not offer interchangeable lenses, they are perfectly usable for snapshots, and some do employ high-performance optics. Ideal for travel or “visual notebook” applications.
- Commonly refers to a point-and-shoot camera.
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- ' , also known as Nikon or Nikon Corp.''', is a multinational corporation headquartered in Tokyo, Japan specializing in optics and imaging.
- Vibration Reduction. This is Nikon's nomenclature for a lens which has the ability to correct for "Camera Shake".
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Okay, okay. I was wrong. My flirtation with "high-end" compacts was very short-lived. About ten days in fact. I resold the Canon G9 on eBay for about ?20 more than I'd paid for it, but in the interim I'd forked out for a 4GB memory card and a spare battery. But still, I'm only very slightly out of pocket.
So, having intended to downsize to an easily carried non-SLR, I now find myself with a larger SLR than I had before. As you can see it's an Olympus E-520. The withering epithet "entry-level" is usually applied to it by the photo magazines, but I suppose they're all in on the upgrade merry-go-round along with the camera manufacturers, for whom they act as a kind of front. Oh, I don't mean that they're directly funded or bribed or anything, but I'm sure the camera companies keep them sweet with freebie cameras to "review", a cosy buddy-buddy relationship, expenses-paid photography expos in pleasant foreign places and all the rest of it. It is a truth universally acknowledged that this sort of thing is rife in the motoring press. The mags are allowed a little licensed objectivity and independent-mindedness, but I don't recall ever seeing an unambiguously bad review of a camera. You don't need to give them inducements to act on your behalf, they'll do it on their own. Anyway, entry-level or no, the E-520 is as much as I'll ever need and I suppose I'd better keep it now. Mind you, I was very impressed with a Nikon D60 someone showed me the other day...
Coming soon :D
De volta as origens Nikon :D
Aqui esta a compacta que escolhi para poder andar sempre comigo :) Apesar do aspecto quase antigo (muito pouco fashion lol), pareceu-me de facto muito boa, com as possibilidades de ajustes que tem :)
Back to my Nikon origins.
This is the compact camera I choose to go with me everywhere. Despite the non-fashionable look, the reviews are really good. Looking forward to trying her!
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