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  • Cameras 3.5 out of 5

    HP PhotoSmart M22 digital camera review

    By 7 February 2006

    The M22 is a sweet little digital camera pitched at the entry-level end of the market but with a fair specification and with good build quality. An all-metal weatherproofed body is the standout feature while in terms of build; particularly at this price/level,...

  • Cameras 4.5 out of 5

    Kodak EasyShare One review

    By 20 September 2005

    Kodak believe that the future for digital cameras is wireless, but can the company that wants us to share moments and share life be right? Pocket-lint flew to the south of France to find out. The EasyShare One is the new flagship model of Kodak’s fleet...

  • Cameras 4 out of 5

    Sony DCR-DVD7E Handycam camcorder review

    By 19 July 2005

    Sony’s latest camcorder allows you to record your footage, take out the miniature DVD and then play it using a standard DVD player with out the need for a computer. Pocket-lint.co.uk shouts “Lights, camera, action!” and finds out whether it’s...

  • Cameras 4 out of 5

    Canon PowerShot A520 review

    By 11 April 2005

    Canon's A-series of digital cameras have been the company's mainstay in the budget market and the new A520 (there's also an almost identical 3.2MP, A510 version too) is the new top of the Canon budget tree. A thorough revamp brings it right up to date...

  • Cameras 4 out of 5

    JVC Everio Digital Media camera review

    By 14 March 2005

    The concept of the digital media recording camera is a not a new one, although previously these have gone under a variety of names. In essence, “camera” does exactly what it says, and records direct onto a digital media format rather onto a tape....

  • Cameras 3.5 out of 5

    Olympus Camedia C-470 Zoom review

    By 14 February 2005

    The C-470 provides a basic level of specification in a delightfully curvy body and provides a 4-megapixel sensor and 3x optical zoom lens with a 35-105mm focal range. A 1 The Olympus C-470 Zoom is a digital compact that offers a good specification for...

  • Cameras 3.5 out of 5

    Fuji FinePix S5500 review

    By 7 February 2005

    One of the first things that hit you removing the S5500 from its box is its size; it’s very compact and its styling makes its handling extremely accomplished. Rubberised grips on its key handling surfaces - the right hand grip for example - make it...

  • Cameras 2 out of 5

    Contax U4R review

    By 24 January 2005

    It's me, well it must be, Contax don't make rubbishy cameras, they're up on the same photographic Mount Olympus as Leica. When the shutter falls on a Contax camera an angel beats its wings over your photograph and your image is blessed. Or at least that's...

  • Cameras 4 out of 5

    Nikon Coolpix 4800 Digital camera review

    By 27 December 2004

    The 4800 may be aimed at the more amateur end of the market but it includes some new and interesting features. Benefiting from a year's worth of development, in the overall Coolpix range, the 4800 includes a lot of the features designed for more professional...

  • Cameras 4 out of 5

    Konica Minolta DiMAGE Z3 review

    By 20 December 2004

    If you're after a digital camera that will allow you to catch the action from afar, then the Z3 hopes to do just the job, but can a digital camera with built in optical lens really bring those far away objects up close? We took it down to the London Eye...

  • Cameras 3.5 out of 5

    Ricoh Caplio R1 review

    By 6 December 2004

    If you think you've seen this camera somewhere before, it’s because the spec is virtually identical to Ricoh's Caplio RZ1. This model features a 4.8x, 28-135mm (35mm film camera equivalent) wide-zoom lens. Its brother, the Caplio RZ1, features a slightly...

  • Cameras 4 out of 5

    Canon Digital IXUS 40 review

    By 22 November 2004

    The Canon IXUS 40 represents a ‘breakthrough in lens technology' according to Canon. It features an all-new lens technology that helped to ensure the camera is kept extremely small yet retains good optical quality. Its all-metal body is certainly small,...

  • Cameras 3.5 out of 5

    Pentax Optio MX4 review

    By 12 November 2004

    With the megapixel rush subsiding, camera manufacturers have to come up with more ingenious ways of getting us to upgrade our cameras. Pentax seems to think that one such way is to produce a digital camera whose form factor is more like an 8mm camcorder...

  • Cameras 4 out of 5

    Olympus Mju-mini review

    By 1 November 2004

    Never wishing to be seen to stand idly by while the competition innovates, Olympus is always looking for ways to develop its record-breaking Mju cameras. Last time the sacrosanct design was refined brought about a format evolution, from film to digital....

  • Cameras 4 out of 5

    Canon Ixus 430 review

    By 19 October 2004

    Canon's huge-selling Ixus 400 has been given a makeover and rechristened the IXUS 430. It continues along the same vein as the older model, but has been encased in an attractive finished aluminium shell, instead of the metal and ceramic body of the 400....