За жал го имам овој апарат, ревјуто му е што знам просечно го вади Carl Zeiss и Vario-Tessar леќата, јас сум задоволен искрено ама маана му е тоа што е идиот т.е. нема мануелен фокус туку само автоматски. Aли кој вади најдобри B&W фотки а а а
Price: $899 Rating: 3.5 stars The goods: The Konica Minolta is a 6 megapixel camera that fits in between the simple point and shoot consumer cameras and the digicams that offer greater manual control of functions.
The G600 is an attractive, rugged little camera that will fit in a pocket and feels as though it will withstand careless handling.
All the important automatic functions – focus, exposure and white balance – are spot on. Images straight from the camera are good without any post-camera processing. Both the optical viewfinder and the LCD are bright and clear.
The lens covers a 39mm to 117mm range (in 35 mm film equivalents), which gives an ideal focal length at the long end for portraits.
The camera is supplied with a 16meg SD memory card, which is inadequate, so factor into the cost the additional expense of a 128meg card. The G600 also takes the Memory Stick and MultiMedia cards.
Like this: The macro mode on the G600 is very good, delivering well exposed and pin sharp close-ups. If photographing flowers is a priority then the Minolta is the camera for the job.
The software supplied with the G600 is outstanding. For most people it will be all they need to do post-camera tweaking.
Dislike that: The manual controls, which are limited, are not immediately accessible by external buttons and knobs. Making manual selections of ISO speed or shutter speed must be done by plunging into non-intuitive menu settings. Most people will find that manual control is so complicated that it can only be done with the camera in one hand and the instruction book in the other. This means that the G600 will almost always be used in automatic mode. So it is best thought of as a point and shoot camera with some pretensions. Parting shot: The natural competitors of the Konica Minolta G600 are the Canon Powershot S60 and the Olympus C-60. The Canon is a 5mp camera and the Olympus is 6. The Canon and Olympus have more easily accessible manual controls which will appeal to some customers and deter others.
Posted by terry at 12:00 PM | Comments (0) Sony demystifies digital
We would have thought that it would take more than four television spots to make the intricacies of digital video and still photography a matter of child's play for the average bloke and sheila, but according to AdWeek, Sony's hired copywriters have done the trick. According to a statement by John Hambrick, whose position of senior vice-president of Bagby and Co automatically makes him an oracle:
The campaign uses inspirational storytelling to humanise and demystify digital technology for a non-technical audience.
Judging from the story, it wasn't all that difficult. One spot shows a father shooting footage of his children hunting for fireflies with his Sony Handycam, for example.
What could put it more simply than that? Hmmn? Forgot all that jargon. Just watch 30 seconds of your average model Dad and a couple of average model kids, plus a handful of fireflies, and [boing!], you can toss the manual in the bin.
We suspect the secret ingredient though, is the fact that actor Alec Baldwin provides the voiceover. We think he's been studying hypnosis.