Konica Minolta DiMAGE Z6

Announced Aug 19, 2005 •
6 megapixels | 2 screen | 35 – 420 mm (12×)
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Either I am too inexperienced to label this camera as Bad , or it just takes Good pictures . SAdly , i DROPPED mine this morning - the post about it being flimsy is all too True - the battery flap broke off and the Anti-shake mechanism has gone out for lunch- permanently .All this from 4 1/2 Feet . All in all a great starter camera - If you can avoid the spill I had this morning . Problems: FLimsy . AF at night keeps you busy while the shot goes missing . viewfinder a bit of a disappointment ...

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Real problem using Auto Focus in low light conditions, but can be solved using manual focus. Materials feels quite cheap and batteries performance should be something to consider.

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I bought this camera in Dec 05, and produced quality pictures in a dificult environment , e.g. skying with minus 15°c or colder conditions. The manual flash opening didn't bother me , nor the battery life, you need to buy high power rechargeable batteries aside anyway. I found the AF incapable of working with the zoom in low light conditions, very annoying. Also difficulty to focus in macro, this AF problems make the shot to shot even slower. Problems: The lower side of the carter on the ...

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n33sx
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It is probably a rather good value for money first camera, but if it is your second and you are a bit experienced you might consider eg. an equivalent canon or sony. I found several issues and intend to return my device. Problems: 1) The viewfinder is poor and has to be adjusted to the bottom at least on my device and on the device they had at the konicaminolta support. 2) Broad daylight images are ok, but other tend to obtain cyan (no zoom) turning to magenta (zoom) stick. 3) The auto mode ...

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bugzie
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This cam is excellent value for money. It offers so much creative control for those on a limited budget. It's a camera you can really have fun with. Works fine as a beginner point and shoot. If you're a beginner it's an excellent buy because you gradually work up to the more advanced features. For those looking at the slr-like features, an excellent price. I like the controls. I've yet to try it out on my lively little nieces and nephews, for family happy snaps, but i'm looking forward to ...

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I've found this camera to have a magenta cast particularly in the greys of a image. The image is also pretty soft and lacking in detail. I appreciate I could spend ages in Photoshop correcting some of these things but in the real world when I buy a camera of this type I expect to be able to just put the camera card in a kiosk and get good prints. I do with my Minolta Z1. When I compared it to my friends Canon S2 IS 5 megapixel it was nowhere near as sharp or as vibrant as the Canon. ...

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