Top 5 Best Cameras in September 2011
CNet has published an authoritative edition of the ranking of the best cameras. These Top 5 cameras were determined on the ratio of quality and price.
The ranking is based on estimates with ease of use, photo quality and prices in the shop.
Let us know, what do you think about the cameras, and how would you rate them.
5th place: Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX9V
This apparatus, despite its compact size, it takes good quality shots and videos. It also has the function of MegaZoom with 16x zoom, a built-in GPS, which allows you to mark on the scene. Among the minuses – the design is impractical and too many functions in which the newcomer may feel a bit confused.
4th place: Olympus E-PL
The apparatus of Olympus delivers excellent photo quality, and highly customizable menu allows you to look into the machine even for a beginner. But that’s for the fans to take pictures “on the fly,” he does not quite fit. Too slow this machine.
3rd place: Canon PowerShot S95
Attractive and well-thought-out design of this camera adds a wonderful quality of shooting, as well as the possibility of video recording 720p.
Among the drawbacks – slow, not very long battery life and lack of compression of JPG, though newcomers to this and can not pay attention.
2nd place: Nikon D7000
Budget option SLR for professionals. The device has excellent performance for its class. The device has a large viewfinder, control location, as well as double SDXC-compatible memory card slots.
Cons – no video 1080/30p.
1st place: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Excellent performance and photo quality, good video quality for this category of vehicle.
But even in such a chamber is cons: no built-in wireless controller, there is no built-in flash, it would not hurt to add more features in the settings, and autofocus system needs some work.