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    Ricoh GR Digital IV Review: A Field Report

    Introduction I really wanted to review the Ricoh GR Digital IV. Its predecessors have been beloved by street (and “stroll”) photographers, particularly for black and white shooting. It is small and “pocketable” (4.28 x 2.35 x 1.28") and built like a tank (magnesium body with a great rubbery...
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    Fujifilm X10 Review: A Field Report

    Introduction Ah, the Fujifilm X10 - the much anticipated smaller sibling of the “surprisingly popular” Fujifilm X100. I put those words in quotes because I’m not sure exactly who was so surprised - the web sites I followed were anticipating its release with great excitement - but...
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    Sigma DP2x Review: A Field Report

    Introduction The Sigma DP2x represents a modest update to the previous DP2s, itself a modest update to the DP2. At 4.5 x 2.3 x 2.2 inches, it is a compact camera even though it sports an APS-C sized Foveon sensor. It’s exterior is a little plain, but it is metal-clad and well built...
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    Olympus XZ-1 Review: A Field Report

    Introduction The Olympus XZ-1 is a metal-clad compact camera with a relatively large 1/1.63” sensor featuring 10MP of resolution and the ability to shoot RAW - placing it in competition with the Canon Powershot S95 I recently reviewed as well as the Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX5, Leica D-LUX 5...
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    Canon Canon Powershot S95 Review: A Field Report

    Introduction The Canon Powershot S95 is a small, compact camera with a large (for a compact) 1/1.7” CCD sensor - the same sensor that is in it’s larger brother, the G12. At only 3.93 x 2.30 x 1.16", it is really and truly “pocketable.” Offering a useful 28-105mm equivalent zoom range...
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