Nikon’s coffee mug via Engadget.
CrunchGear has the article “So you want to buy a lens.” They walk through some items to consider when buying a lens. Such as:
- What kind of photography are you planning to use the lens for? Such as birds, flowers, landscapes.
- Does the lens need to be compact?
- They also offer the sage advice that one lens will not do everything you need it do.
Hit the link to find out more.
New review of the Olympus E-PL1 over at Digital Photography Review.
Offers 12 megapixel four thirds sized sensor (it is a four thirds camera), in body stabilization, 720p HD movie recording, ISO 100-3200.
These cameras give it a try, Panasonic’s DMC-ZS7 and Samsung’s HZ35W. Most notable features are zoom lense with wide-angle and telephoto, geotagging via GPS, HD movie recording and choice of automated or manual modes. Check the Washington Post review here.