Point, Shoot, Action! PCWorld Labs Puts Pocket Megazoom Video Capabilities to the Test

August 2010
PCWorld;Aug2010, Vol. 28 Issue 8, p78
This article describes a review process for digital cameras that involves image-quality testing in front of a panel of judges.


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