Monthly Archives: May 2008

Three of a Kind: comparison of Sony H50/H9/A200

In three parts: Three of a kind…Sony DSC H50 Comparison Review General considerations… Three of a Kind: Part 2, Image Quality Yes…image quality Three of a Kind (well, now down to one) New features and conclusions…

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Three of a Kind (well, now down to one)

New features of the Sony DSC H50 Every generation of new digital cameras must have new features. This is a law as immutable as gravity…a certainty only equaled by the inevitable upward creep of pixel count. Last year’s feature of … Continue reading

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Three of a Kind: Part 2, Image Quality

So what about image quality already… The physical layout of the camera is important, but of course, it is really all about image quality. If the image quality of the H9 had been consistently excellent I would not now own … Continue reading

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Three of a kind…Sony DSC H50 Comparison Review

You will have noticed that my Point & Shoot of choice has been the Sony DSC H9, a super-zoom (31 to 465mm in 35mm equivalents). These super-zooms, which are available in one flavor or another from just about every major … Continue reading

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Almost Apostate (and the invention of Digital Image Structure)

In the past few days i have had a really close brush with buying a DSLR. I bought one, in fact. I need it to demonstrate DSLRscoping (digiscoping with a DSLR, used behind the lens, as though it were a … Continue reading

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LightZone Magic

The official Linux version of LightZone 3.5 has been released for purchase now, and in testing it, I went back to some images I took at Bosque del Apache last November. I continue to be amazed at the capabilities of … Continue reading

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