I have been using the camera now for about 18 months and I have dragged it virtually everywhere. The quality is magnificent. There are loads of options to perform manual exposures, though I have only used them on a handfull of occassions, still nice to have them. I always thought the sliding door in front of the lens would be perfect protection of the lens, but this is actually one of the weaker points. Image quality is excellent. Some of the closeups at 6 cm(!) are very clear. You can have a ...View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
Konica KD-510 Zoom
Bought this camera as a carry-everywhere backup to my Sony F717,and have been delighted with the image quality,design and feel of the camera.If you're after a (very) compact camera that takes sharp,detailed images,look no further. I ordered mine from pixmania.com,and it arrived within a few days by DHL.Very good service. Image quality rivals that of the F717,but without having to do any post-processing.The 717 usually requires levels and curves adjustment,and a fair amount of sharpening.With ...View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
I purchased the Japanese Konica Version of this Camera (Konica Revio KD-510z) recently, after returning a Sony DSC-P10 that I was not satisfied with. Thanks to the merger between Konica and Minolta, this fine camera is also being introduced as the Minolta DiMAGE G500 in the U.S. (identical except for cosmetics/logo).. The Minolta Version will also ship with the Minolta DiMAGE Viewer Sofware. My Japanese Konica did not include software (only USB Drivers and Manuals on CD). I was looking for a ...View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
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