Any good current camera review sites

Discussion in 'Digital Cameras' started by mehere, Dec 1, 2005.

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    mehere Guest

    Hi guys

    Anyone know of some websites that have current reviews about cameras that
    are broken down by price etc that a search can be done on - was looking at
    the PC mag one but most reviews were done during 2004 - a year ago is a long
    time in this market.

    What am I looking for?

    Digital camera
    at least 6x zoom
    at least 4MP
    budget below $400 AUD
    Novice and amatuer use

    Any suggestions?


    mehere, Dec 1, 2005
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    Pete D Guest

    You will probably need to spend a little more to include extra batteries and
    a couple of memory cards.
    Pete D, Dec 1, 2005
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    Nick Hopton Guest

    In a recent message <438edf4d$>, mehere


    I've always found good, too. My advice would be to read
    the reviews carefully, then read them again and then read them again;
    always bearing in mind the fact that the people who write them are
    walking on egg-shells, with their duty to be honest with their readers
    on one side and their responsibility to the manufacturers on the other.
    So *read between the lines*, no review on this site (or any review on
    any of the other decent review sites) is ever going to tell you 'don't
    buy this, buy that'.

    Nick Hopton, Dec 1, 2005
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    Richard M. Guest
    Richard M., Dec 1, 2005
  5. has the most critical reviews of the sites
    that I have found. For a camera shopper, this makes it a very useful
    site. is also pretty good. It has the
    advantage of posting reviews rather soon after a product is announced.
    David Arnstein, Dec 2, 2005
  6. The sites others have mentioned are the real bibles. If you want more of a
    quick-and-dirty decision tree, this one gives recommendations based upon
    prospective use of the camera, and/or megapixels, and/or price:
    Douglas W. Hoyt, Dec 2, 2005
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