"Digital cameras with 12X zoom: to infinity and beyond."
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The Good 12X zoom; effective image stabilization; manual controls; generally decent image quality; versatile burst modes.
The Bad Clumsy lens-hood design; low-res movie mode; coarse, small EVF.
The Bottom Line An SLR alternative with a stabilized 12X zoom lens that both enthusiasts and casual photographers can appreciate.
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