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Produced very detailed photo prints with realistic colors. Text appeared sharp even at small sizes. No control panel.

Price when rated: $200

Pros

  • Best detail reproduction
  • Very fast
  • Individual ink cartridges

Cons

  • Included ColorSync profiles need improvement
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Price when rated: $999

Pros

  • Heartily built
  • In-camera editing of RAW images
  • Two memory-card slots
  • LCD and EVF viewable in low light
  • Good photo quality
  • Two live histograms
  • Autofocus-assist lamp

Cons

  • Controls can be imtimidating
  • Long delays between shots in RAW or TIFF mode
  • Lens doesn't have as much zoom power as competitors
Olympus Corporation 225450
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Price when rated: $999

Pros

  • Hot-shoe
  • Focus ring on lens
  • Headphone and mike jacks
  • Narration mike

Cons

  • Color has slight blue cast
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