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  1. MusikPiratCH

    Compact cameras are still better than any smart phones! 😛

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  2. Newgreen

    some of them even have 50 af points… Nikon d500 153 af points chough chough

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  3. roy gumpel

    about the hair? combed from the back/side around the front? What the ???

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  4. K. sheeny

    i need advice please , Canon 5DIII or Nikon D810 WICH ONE I HAVE TO CHOICE !! many thank

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  5. Hannah Choi

    I just reviewed the Canon T6i in 4 minutes if you're interested in a quick, comprehensive unboxing + photo/video test!

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  6. YaBoiCosmo

    "We care a lot about cameras here on Tested." Uploads in 720p

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  7. Edgar G.

    Again, another SUCK video this is when it comes to camera/photography. Yeah you can talk about the specs of different cameras but at the end of the day you need to show images. That is the camera's specific one function is about images which also determines the viewer to decide which camera to buy because of the images it produces. Do you like Fuji style, Nikon style, or Canon style or Sony style of images. From my experience I can see the distinction from each camera through their images…Again you guys suck, please show images instead of yak yak…….You guys are all about vanity which btw unappealing….dorks……

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  8. millie williams

    I have the Nikon D3300 and I have been shooting for about 3 years so I am familiar with prime lenses. I recently purchased the 35mm f1.8 on sale for $165 on Amazon. I have heard great things about it so I was excited. I got it,slapped it on and went to my waterfront to shoot. I was extremely disappointed. I had so much purple fringing that it was unusable. The bokeh was ugly and looked"streaky" not creamy or just blurred out. No bokeh balls at all. My wife doesn't shoot but when I showed her even she commented on the background. I sent it back. I have heard a few people say they got a bad copy and some even 2 bad copies. I was so unhappy especially because the price was amazing! They are now back up to $ 196. I wonder if I should buy it again or try the 50mm1.8? Thanks!!

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  9. Palma Mingozzi

    I just don't want to carry something so bulky, would like something light and thin with all kinds of tiny lenses – kind of like birds views

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  10. RaciocinioPlease

    Hi there, I would like to ask for some help here…
    I am trying to buy a relatively good camera on a budget…one that has an acceptable zoom, creates high quality videos and specially makes nice photos and videos under poor illumination/night…
    I cannot spend more than 300eur/350 USD..
    whch one of these would be enough for an amateur like me…

    Olympus PEN E-PL6
    Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ70
    A bit cheaper ones
    Nikon Coolpix S7000
    Canon PowerShot SX710 HS
    Canon PowerShot SX610 HS

    thanks a lot

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  11. DJMMAS14

    Should i consider buying a refurbish Camera dslr or that's out the question for cameras? Really want to get into photography

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  12. Animize

    I am very happy with the D3300, bought it about a week ago and well… I think even though people are still going on about the Canon vs Nikon thing… The video got it right – take a look at both, try them out for yourself and then decide… For me it was the grip and feeling that I had, that made me go for the Nikon (and also the 1080p 60fps… but that's another story)…

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  13. Animefreak242

    This is fantastic. I didn't see the point in spending $600 on a mid-range camera with limited capabilities when an entry level DSLR cost the same and the learning curve was similar. Thank you.

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