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Reviews of cameras, lenses, tripods, heads and other accessories written by Bartolozxc

Microsoft Translator  The following opinions have been automatically translated with Microsoft Translator.

canon_efs_18-200Canon EF-S 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6 IS

Pros: Good construction and compactness, versatile focal hike, excellent stabilizer, fast AF. Sharpness: Considering the use for which this zoom has been designed, its yield is not disparable.

Cons: Excessive distortion at 18 mm., Lens hood missing.

Opinion: Bought the Canon EF-S 18-200 IS and found its strengths and weaknesses, trying to optimize its optical performance, I came, after several tests, to make the settings mentioned below, thanks to which I obtained visible improvements. Through the Camera menu I entered the program "photo style", selecting "Auto" (or "Standard", if the camera is lacking) and changing the sharpness to + 5 and contrast to + 1. I then activated "Highlight Tone Priority" to increase the latitude of laying and get a greater three-dimensional effect of the images. In addition, using the "center Weighted average light measurement", I tried to use the optics, as far as possible, with diaphragms from F/5.6 to F/9. Finally, I eliminated the UV filter that caused a slight drop in global sharpness, using, of course, the lens hood for both the protection of the front and to block unwanted internal reflexes.

sent on October 11, 2017

canon_powershot_a590isCanon PowerShot A590 IS

Pros: Robust, good ergonomics, good photos and video.

Cons: antiquated technology.

Opinion: It 'a camera that gives similar results to his sister Powershot A470. So, the pictures it produces are not bad x compact. Images shot, which can be viewed with satisfaction, have well-defined and beautiful colors. The videos are satisfactory. Compared to other compact, in addition to the display, also has the viewfinder, which allows to also photos with a strong sun.

sent on September 01, 2016

canon_powershot_a470Canon PowerShot A470

Pros: Pretty robust, it has a reasonable chance of setting and produces good pictures and video pretty good.

Cons: And 'an antiquated camera, which has its limits deducible.

Opinion: Acquistatala x my son, I have had the use several times, even recently. About the quality of the photos it produces, I can say that is pretty good x compact. Images shot, which can be viewed with satisfaction, have well-defined and beautiful colors. The videos are satisfactory. It 'a compact that you can carry with them safely in a pocket.

sent on September 01, 2016

canon_powershot_sx1isCanon PowerShot SX1 IS

Pros: Robust construction, great exposure meter and good lens, multiple operating modes, RAW.

Cons: Noise already at 200 ISO, overexposure to time priority.

Opinion: It is a compact, robust and well-built camera, with various well-designed commands. The possibilities it offers are multiple (including RAW) at the reflex level. The true stabilized zoom (28mm - 560mm --- f / 2.8 - f / 5.7), equipped with a USM focusing motor, along with an excellent exposure system, allows you to take photos (from 10 MP) and video (in Full HD with stereo audio) of good quality. The cautious notes are the "noise" that appears already at 200 ISO and the priority of times that, compared to other programs, generates images a bit overexposed (at least in my camera).

sent on February 14, 2016

minolta_xg1Minolta XG-1

Pros: Toughness, good exposure system, extended optical park.

Cons: Operating the camera in manual mode.

Opinion: C that absurdly repeated with the XG-9 model. The manufacturer finally remedied by marketing the Minolta XG-M, which has proved a very good camera.

sent on December 09, 2015

canon_1200dCanon 1200D

Pros: - - - -

Cons: - - - -

Opinion: The Canon EOS 1200D, except that the screen has a lower resolution and is not adjustable, has the same features of the Canon EOS 600D, a DSLR that in the past has been a remarkable success among the amateur photographers for its significant performance. If coupled with good objectives, the 1200D is able to provide more than satisfactory results. Consequently, the Canon has offered its fans a product with great value for money.

sent on October 14, 2015


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