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Kitvision Kids Action Camera
5 /5

The Kids Action Cam is perfect for kids that want to take great pictures and videos of family, friends, and anything else they see when at home and on...

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by Bigz
So far I really like this phone

So far I really like this phone. Got it for the durability and it seems to be holding up well.

I've only had the camera for a week Havn't really put it to much use besides playing with it. I like the face detection. The picture shows great even if the background isnt that good. I like it hope to have it for time to come. yes I would recommend this to friends and family.

by va1800
Olympus XZ-2 vs. Nikon D7000 and Canon G1X

Hello everyone, I was on a trip in Kobe, Japan recently when I saw this Olympus XZ-2 in one of the stores. Being a long-time Nikon/Canon person and looking for a pocketable camera, I decided to give Olympus a try and bought the XZ-2 with the optional automatic lens cap. I used this camera extensively during my trip and I wanted to share my experiences.I'm no pro photographer - I just love taking pictures. Some of the gear I had in the past are Canon XSI with the kit lens, Canon 50D, and several Canon point-and-shoots including Canon S95. Some lenses I had were Canon 50mm f/1.8, Canon 50mm f/1.4, Canon 24-70mm, Canon 24-105mm, Canon 70-300mm, and Sigma 17-50mm f/2.8. I recently switched to Nikon - currently I have a Nikon D7000, a Nikon 35mm f/1.8 lens, and a Nikon 16-85mm lens. As the usual story goes, I also wanted something small and light where I could take with me instead of my D7000, so I purchased a Canon G1X as well - hoping that it would destroy my S95 in the IQ department. The G1X turned out to be a bad experience for me. First, it's not really pocketable - it's apparently smaller than the D7000, but you cannot carry it inside a belt bag. Second, it does not have the usual Canon colors - there is something wrong with the G1X colors, it's just not pleasant. Third, the camera is slow, I mean really slow as an 80-year old grandma. Fourth, forget about macro - it's just not a G1X thing. And fifth, it has a slow zoom f/5.8 exactly on the tele end. The only thing G1X does really well is noise at high ISO - ISO 1600 pictures are virtually noise-free.Comparing the XZ-2 to G1X, XZ-2 is considerably smaller (though it has great ergonomics).Read more

This is an amazing piece of technology

This is an amazing piece of technology. I've had this camera for about a month now. It impresses me every time I use it. I had run into the limitations inherent in even the high end point and shoot cameras. I was seriously considering getting a DSLR and all the equipment that is needed with one. Before committing to that, though, I decided to look into the Bridge camera category. This camera will do everything for me that a full sized DSLR will do and far more conveniently. The quality of the pictures is unmatched in anything other than a DSLR. The light sensitivity is very good. I think the overall quality of the pictures and the light sensitivity and both due to the 1 MOS sensor. This is much bigger than anything else in the point and shoot class and is perhaps the most important hardware feature to look for in a camera. The sensor is where the image is captured and a larger sensor just captures more light, more detail, more color depth, more everything. The lens gives you an amazing 25-400mm optical range, with a digital enhancement out to an equivalent of 1600mm. Even though 1600mm is a digital zoom, the pictures are still quite useable because the source image is 20 mega pixels, so zooming in to a portion of that is still a good sized picture. The startup time is under a second so you can be ready to shoot much sooner. The burst setting of 8 frames/second at full resolution with constant focusing allows unprecedented flexibility for action shots. At lower resolutions, you can have burst speeds up to 50 frames/second.One week after purchasing this camera I entered pictures I had taken at the beach with this camera in a photo contest and won first prize in two different categories. I'm not a photographer......Well maybe I am now.

It Works As Well As Can Be Expected

The Camera works as well as I would expect it to , the only issue I have with it is that when it comes to the flash I receive a warning that states that the battery is too low for the flash to work even though there are fresh batteries in the camera.