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Canon EOS M vs Nikon V1

Canon recently announced its first APS-C sensor based mirrorless camera and from Nikon we have Nikon V1 system with 1 inch sensor, read the comparison review below and find out which one is better and why, share your thoughts with us

Sensor and image processor:
Nikon V1 uses 1 inch 10 Megapixel CMOS sensor and Expeed 3 image processor, Canon EOS M uses 18 Megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor and latest DIGIC 5 image processor.

sensor size comparison

ISO, Noise Levels & Dynamic Range
Large sensors produce low noise and higher dynamic range.  Canon EOS sensor offers standard ISO sensitivity up to 12800 for still image shooting and expandable up to 25600, on the other hand Nikon small 1 inch sensor offers standard ISO sensitivity up to 3200 and expandable up to 6400 only.

AF system
Nikon V1 features the 135 AF point system  with Phase and contrast detection AF, Canon EOS M comes with 35 point AF system with Phase and contrast detection AF system and with EOS M photographers can simply touch the  display to pinpoint the area on which the camera should focus and instantly  capture a still image.

The V1 AF system is very fast and you do 10 fps shooting with full time AF tracking, the speed of EOS M is limited to 4.3 fps only.

Shutter Speed  – If we look at the type of shutter used and shutter speed in both the camera, the Nikon V1 comes out as a clear winner

Shutter Type Continuous shooting Shutter
Min Max
Nikon 1 Mechanical + Electronic 10 fps – Mech. Shutter60fps  – Elect. shutter 30 sec 1/16000 sec
Canon EOS M Mechanical 4.2 fps 60 sec 1/4000 sec


Nikon  offer Full HD Video recording at 60 fps, Canon EOS M Full HD video recording is limited to 30 fps only, at HD mode you can select 60 fps speed, Both camera offers full time AF during movie mode.

Nikon V1 with Fixed 3″  TFT LCD with 920,000 screen dots, whereas Canon EOS M comes with Touch Screen 3.0-inch Clear View LCD monitor II (approximately 1,040,000 dots) that features  multi-touch operation allowing  users to do “pinch-to-zoom” and “swiping” to scroll between pictures and Touch AF technology for video and still shooting.

Canon EOS M is Compatible with all Canon Speedlite accessories including the new Speedlite 600EX and Speedlite Transmitter ST-E3-RT.
Nikon V1 has only one option the Nikon 1 SB-N5 Speedlight made for Nikon 1 series camera.

No viewfinder or any option available for Canon EOS M Mirrorless camera.
Nikon V1 offers 1440k dot TFT EVF, good option for viewfinder lovers.

Overall conclusion: If you are looking for a compact camera system  with DSLR image quality, Buy Canon EOS M.
Nikon 1 system is recommended for sport & Action Photographers, it features advance AF system and continuous shooting up to 60fps, but remember the sensor size is small compared to Canon EOS M, so you get limited dynamic and  ISO range.

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Nikon D3200 vs. Nikon D3100


Nikon D3200 vs Nikon D3100Nikon today announced Nikon D3200, The new Nikon D3200 features 24 MP sensor developed by Nikon, new image processing engine, better standard ISO range up to 6400 and now you get 60fps / 50fps speed during HD recording and 3 selectable frame rates 30,25, 24fps during Full HD recording with manual control over ISO and shutter speed.

Many website members / visitors are sending theses question in our email box (below)
1. Which camera should I buy? Nikon D3100 or Nikon D3200… and the 2nd Question
2. Should I upgrade my entry level DSLR Nikon D3100 to D3200?

Before you get your answer, read the specification comparison review of Nikon  D3200

Nikon D3200 Comparison reviewSenor: Nikon D3200 features new sensor developed by Nikon, you get more megapixel and standard ISO range.

Image Processor: The Nikon D3200 comes with the new Expeed 3 image processor, same image processor  used in Nikon 1 system, D800 and D4 DSLR, with the help of new image processor you get 4fps speed @ 24.2 Megapixel compared to old Expeed 2 image processor where you get 3fps speed @ 14.2 Megapixel, improved frame rates during video recording and less noise in JPEGs that come straight out of the camera.

Auto Focus:  Both Nikon D3200 and D3100 shares same AF engine,  Nikon Multi-CAM 1000 autofocus sensor module with TTL phase detection, 11 focus points (including one cross-type sensor).

Metering: No change here, Both uses same metering method & sensor, TTL exposure metering using 420-pixel RGB sensor.

ISO range: Nikon D3200 offers better ISO range compared to Nikon D3100, you get standard ISO range up to 100 to 6400 and expandable up to 12800.

Continuous shot: 4 fps shooting mode, better than the Nikon D3100.

Video: Nikon D3200 features improved video mode, you get Full HD recording @ 30,25, 24 fps and HD recording @ 60, 50 fps. Nikon D3200 also offer manual control over shutter speed and ISO sensitivity before starting recording.  The Video length / record time is also improved, you get Continuous capture / shooting  time of 20min, 10 extra minutes compared to D3100.

Display: Nikon D3200 have 3″ High resolution(921,000 screen dots) display with 160° viewing angle.

Battery life, weight and dimension of Nikon D3200 is almost same as Nikon D3100.

Price: You have to pay $150 more for buying Nikon D3200, Nikon D3200 available at $699 at Amazon (see buying details at the end) and Nikon D3100 available at $549 at Amazon.

NEW FEATURE: WU-1a Wireless Mobile Adapter , for remote shooting and sharing files.

with the help of new WU-1a Wireless Mobile Adapter you can share your images with your android Smartphone and Tablet, the WU-1a features remote shooting function with live-view display, It helps you to capture your image from a distance. Compatible OSs: Android 2.3 series (smartphone); Android 3.x series (tablet)

Conclusion: we highly suggest that you purchase Nikon D3200, Nikon D3200 is an excellent entry level  DSLR available under $700.

for current D3100 users, you should upgrade your DSLR if you want  more megapixel, fast image processor, improved ISO range, better video mode and   wireless sharing and shooting option.

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Canon 5D Mark III vs. Nikon D800

Canon 5D mark III vs Nikon D800

Canon 5D mark III comes with new sensor, improved 61 point AF system same as 1D-X and better video mode.  Nikon D800 is a megapixel monster with limited ISO range and slow burst mode compared to new 5D mark II.

Canon 5D mark III comparsion review

Megapixel:  Both have same  Fullframe sensor but Nikon D800 features 36.3 Megapixel sensor and 5D mark III comes with 22.3 Megapixel sensor, with large individual 6.25 µm pixels and canon 5D mark III has a much-improved S/N ratio resulting in better images from the base ISO.

AF system: Canon 5D mark III features better AF system with 61 point AF (up to 41 cross-type points) but limited up to f/5.6, the Nikon D800 has working AF at f/8 and comes with 51 point AF system .

ISO range: Nikon D800 you get limited standard ISO range up to 6400 only, canon 5D mark III offers standard ISO range up to 25600.

Continuous  shooting: The canon new DIGIC+ image processor Working with two 4-channel A/D converter front-end processing circuits, and delivering speeds of up to 6.0 fps, Nikon D800 Continuous shooting speed is limited to 4 fps only.

Video:  Canon  offers both All-I and IPB compression, supports H.264/MPEG-4 AVC High Profile, and automatically splits files greater than 4GB (FAT specifications) for extended recording without interruption, No details available about Nikon D800 uncompressed HDMI output, Nikon D800 Max Video length is limited to 20 minutes only.


Canon 5D Mark III recommended for videographers, professional action and sports photographers, photojournalist, Studio, commercial and still life photographers.

Nikon D800 is recommended for Studio, commercial and still life photographers.

Buy/ Pre-order Canon 5D mark III at Amazon  –  B&H

Buy Pre-order Nikon D800 at AmazonB&H

Update @ March 24, 2012
D800 vs 5D mark III
High ISO Sensitivity test done at (chines website)

settings – Canon EOS 5D Mark III: EF 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM, f/8.0, AWB (Jpeg), the default of NR, the IS Off,
the Nikon D800, tripod shooting : AF-S VR Micro-Nikkor 105mm f/2.8 G IF-ED,, f/8.0, AWB (Jpeg), the default of NR, the VR Off tripod shooting

5d mark III vs Nikon D800

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Canon 5D mark III vs Canon 5D mark II

Fujifilm HS30 vs Fujifilm HS20

Fujifilm HS30 EXR vs Fujifilm HS20 EXR, fujifilm HS30EXR includes a number of key specification improvements over the HS20EXR model it replaces. Read the specification comparison review below and share your thoughts with us

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Fujifilm HS30 vs Fujifilm HS20

FinePix HS30EXR features an improved EXR-CMOS sensor, By redesigning the shape of the photo diodes used in the EXR-CMOS sensor, the images display 30% less digital noise at higher ISO settings, which results in smoother tones and better low light images.

The Electronic Viewfinder (EVF) has been greatly improved.

New Lithium-ion rechargeable battery delivers up to 600 pictures per charge.

New EVF : Fujifilm HS30 EXR features same EVF as Fujifilm X S1, FinePix HS30EXR’s EVF  have large display unit of 0.26-inche and features 920,000 dots, compared to only 200,000 dots on the HS20EXR, making for a far clearer viewing image.

Writing Speed: The writing period after continuous shooting has also been dramatically cut to approximately 2 seconds (compared to 20 seconds on the HS20EXR).

New Intelligent Digital Zoom function: This doubles the focal range, delivering a massive 60x zoom (30XDigital + 30XOptical) with a maximum telephoto setting of 1440mm.

In the new Fujifilm HS30 EXR you get customisable Function (Fn) key to assign shortcut and New HS30 EXR supports manual focus during movie recording.

Conclusion: Upgrade is recommended, Fujifilm HS30EXR comes same 30X optical zoom but features new sensor, faster processing power and better battery life..

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Fujifilm HS30 vs. Canon SX40 HS vs. Nikon P500

Fuji HS30 vs Canon SX 40HS vs Nikon P500
Fujifilm HS30 vs. Canon SX40 HS vs. Nikon P500 specification comparison review, read the review below and select your best megazoom camera.

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Fujifilm HS30 Comparison review

Sensor and image processor:

Fujifilm claims that HS30 uses new sensor, by redesigning the shape of the photo diodes used in the EXR-CMOS sensor, the images display 30% less digital noise at higher ISO settings (compared to HS20 @ ISO 3200), which results in smoother tones and better low light images.

Canon SX 40 HS uses newly developed BSI CMOS sensor and DIGIC 5 image processor, the Digic 5 image processor creates 75% less noise and 6X faster compared to Digic 4 image processor,  Due to new sensor and image processor you get more details and less noise in high ISO settings.

Multi-area White Balance in SX 40 HS: The Canon SX40 HS features advanced Multi-area White Balance optimizing color tones of both subject and background under multiple light sources.

Nikon P500 comes with a BSI CMOS sensor but uses old expeed 2 image processor.


Image Processor:  Image processor of both Canon and Fuji are very fast, both can capture approx 10.3 / 11  shot/sec in high speed shooting mode, Nikon P500 is limited to 8 shot/sec only.

RAW: Fuji is a clear winner on RAW mode, Only Fujifilm HS30 features RAW format capture.

IS Image Stabilization

  Fujifilm HS30 EXR Canon SX 40 HS Nikon P500
Image Stabilization Sensor Shift + High ISO Optical Sensor Shift and VR
IS Modes(Hybrid IS) Not Available Available (Normal, Macro, Panning, Dynamic, Powered, Tripod) Not Available


Fuji (CMOS shift + High ISO) Fuji HS30 uses sensor shift and High ISO modes to prevent camera shake.

Canon SX 40HS features 6 IS Modes and Optical IS The new Hybrid System of Canon SX 40 HS features Six  Intelligent IS Modes, Canon SX 40 HS automatically chooses from six different modes (Normal, Macro, Panning, Dynamic, Powered, Tripod) to optimize image stabilization and help achieve crisp, blur-free images for various shooting conditions

Nikon features Image sensor shift(not optical) + electronic vibration reduction (VR) function

Images captured with image sensor shift vibration reduction enabled are further processed with electronic VR for images that are sharper and exhibit less blur.


Lens and Aperture Range

Camera / Specification Fujifilm HS30 EXR Canon SX 40 HS Nikon P500
Optical Zoom 30X 35X 36X
Macro 1cm 0 cm 1 cm
Aperture F2.8 – F5.6 F2.7 – F5.8 F3.5 – F5.7


Based on lens quality, aperture and optical zoom range canon SX 40 HS is a clear winner,

Canon features UD glass, double-sided aspherical glass-molded and ultra-high-refraction-index glass lens elements to effectively suppress chromatic aberration while maintaining a remarkably compact size. The camera uses a VCM (Voice Coil Motor) for high-speed, quiet, energy-efficient lens movement with precise control.

Similarly as canon, Fuji features high optical performance glass lens elements (aspherical, high refractive index, and ED glass lenses) make the exceptional brightness of F2.8 at wide angle and F5.6 at telephoto possible.

Nikon P500 features 36x Zoom and NIKKOR ED glass.


Shutter Speed

You get more range in shutter speed in Fujifilm HS30 compared to SX 40 HS or Nikon P500.

Shutter Speed Fujifilm HS30 EXR Canon SX 40 HS Nikon P500
Max 4000 Sec 3200 Sec 1/1500 Sec
Min 30 Sec 15 Sec 2 Sec
Continuous Shot 11 Shot/Sec 10.3 Shot/Sec 8 Shot/Sec


Movie Mode

All the three Megazoom camera offers Full HD Video recording and AF during Video mode. Fuji offers Full HD at 30 fps, Canon Full HS at 24 fps and Nikon Full HD at 30 fps.


Practically I like Canon vari-angle display, but Nikon Wins here, Nikon P500 features 3″  Tilting Screen with  921,000 screen dots and Fully articulated 2.7″ LCD with  230,000 Screen dots.



Fuji features a 0.26-inch superb high resolution viewfinder (approx. 920,000 screen dots)  with eye sensor.


Batter Life

No CIPA rating currently available for Fuji HS30, but Fuji claims you can take 600 shots at auto with the new Lithium-ion rechargeable battery, Canon SX 40HS CIPA rating is 380 and Nikon P500 CIPA rating is 220.


Camera Models Fujifilm HS30 EXR Canon SX 40 HS Nikon P500
Price (List Price) $499 $399 $320


Overall Conclusion: Nikon P500 is the most affordable megazoom camera, however according to specification, both canon and Fuji are better than the Nikon P500, Fuji HS30 zoom lens is limited to 30X but features RAW format and ISO range up to 12800, whereas canon SX 40 HS features 35X Zoom Lens with excellent optics and Hybrid IS.

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DxOMark Test - the Fujifilm X100 Sensor

Fuji X100 sensor measured on

Fuji X100 outperforms 4/3 sensors (see the comparison: Fuji X100 vs Olympus PEN EP2 vs Panasonic Lumix DMC GH2).

APS-C sensor, 23mm non-movable fixed focal, great “Leica-like” design… here are the measurements for one the most anticipated cameras this spring – the Fuji X100.

Its sensor behaves similarly to the best APS-C sensors (see the comparison: Fuji X100 vs Nikon D7000 vs Sony SLT Alpha 55).

One more Bonus comparisonFujifilm X100 vs M9

Source – DxO Mark Lab

Nikon D5100 Review

Nikon D5100 16.2MP CMOS Digital SLR Camera with 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 AF-S DX VR Nikkor Zoom Lens, Read the reviews all around the web.

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Nikon D5100 Review at Cnet

Though it doesn’t rank first based on any individual aspect of the camera, the Nikon D5100 delivers a solid combination of image quality, performance, features, and design that puts it out in front if you’re looking for a well-rounded option under $1,000.

Amateur photographer hands on review

The camera is 10% smaller than its predecessor, with a new curvier design. It looks almost like a bridge camera, with the kit lens attached and despite the plastic body, still feels solid in the hand. The grip uses an elastic rubber material, which also helps to maintain a solid hold of the camera

More on Reviews

Hands on: Nikon D5100 review at Tech radar