Digital Camera Resource Page

Digital Camera Resource Page

The Digital Camera Resource Page was the first of the "big" digital camera sites, founded in November 1997. The DCRP is designed to be a resource for current and future owners of consumer-level (sub-$2000) digital cameras.The mission of this site is to provide honest reviews of digital cameras, with no sugar coating. If I think a camera isn't a good choice, you'll know it.

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Dec 30
I've posted my review of the Nikon Coolpix S800c, a compact ultra zoom powered by the Android operating system.
Dec 27
I've added a few more photos to the Nikon Coolpix S800c gallery. I'm hoping to get everything finished by Monday, assuming that I can... show more
I've added a few more photos to the Nikon Coolpix S800c gallery. I'm hoping to get everything finished by Monday, assuming that I can figure out how to capture the menus and screens on this Android-based camera! show less
Dec 17
Fifteen years ago I created the Digital Camera Resource Page with the goal of helping regular people find the right camera for their... show more
Fifteen years ago I created the Digital Camera Resource Page with the goal of helping regular people find the right camera for their needs. The site started off slow, but soon the camera market picked up, and things took off. At the peak of the digital camera revolution, three million people per month were visiting the DCRP. show less
Dec 12
I've posted my review of the Canon PowerShot SX50 HS, a super zoom camera with a whopping 50X zoom lens! Don't forget your tripod!
Dec 10
I've posted the gallery for the Canon PowerShot SX50 HS super zoom camera. The review should be finished in the next day or two!
Dec 01
It took forever, but I finally managed to finish my review of the Nikon Coolpix P7700. Read the review to find out how Nikon's flagship... show more
It took forever, but I finally managed to finish my review of the Nikon Coolpix P7700. Read the review to find out how Nikon's flagship compact camera performed! show less
Nov 29
I'm a bit late (thank you never-ending cough), but I wanted to mention that Thanksgiving weekend marked the fifteenth anniversary of... show more
I'm a bit late (thank you never-ending cough), but I wanted to mention that Thanksgiving weekend marked the fifteenth anniversary of the Digital Camera Resource Page. 2012 has been another difficult year, but I'm still at it. Thanks to each and every one of our readers for your support over all these years! show less
Nov 15
Olympus has introduced a compact F1.8, 17 mm M. Zuiko lens for their Micro Four Thirds cameras. This lens has Olympus' ZERO (Zuiko... show more
Olympus has introduced a compact F1.8, 17 mm M. Zuiko lens for their Micro Four Thirds cameras. This lens has Olympus' ZERO (Zuiko Extra-low reflection optical coating) to reduce flare, and it's movie and still compatible (MSC) for fast and quiet focusing when you're recording movies. It has an all-metal body and a snapshot focus mechanism with a distance indicator. You'll be able to pick up one for yourself next month for $499. show less
Nov 12
Remember the Samsung Galaxy Camera from back in August? This compact, Android-powered super zoom will finally be available in the USA... show more
Remember the Samsung Galaxy Camera from back in August? This compact, Android-powered super zoom will finally be available in the USA later this week, exclusively through AT&T. The Galaxy Camera runs Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) and sports a 21X optical zoom lens, 16 Megapixel CMOS sensor, 4.8" Super Clear LCD, tons of point-and-shoot features, and Full HD video recording. It's priced at a hefty $499, and you will need a data plan in order to use AT&T's 4G network. There are a few more details in the press release after the break. show less