Saturday, October 31, 2009

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W290 B 12.1 Megapixel

Great Birght Pictures!!! its picture quality and features like 5x zoom that no other camera had, big 3.0 lcd screen and perfect for indoors n outdoor! i'm completely happy n satisfied w/ it!

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Olympus Stylus 550WP 10.0 Megapixel

I love the look of this camera and the fact that it's underwater. The image quality on screen isnt as accurate as seeing the photo on your computer, clarity-wise. Easy methods of changing modes, which I like. Also comes with cord to hook up to your t.v. and CD program to help with editing your photos, which is awesome. The anti-shake isnt as effective as I had hoped, like that of Canon cameras, but for an underwater camera I can live with it. I was very pleased with the price I won it at and the easy to understand instructions. Overall this camera gets an average rating just because Im not so extremely enthused about the blurry pictures when theres no flash.

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Samsung BL103 10.2 Megapixel

For less than $150 for a 10.2 MP of this caliber, you definitely can not go wrong. Take a look at the features, the capability, the size, the color, what more can you want in a camera? Its AWESOME!

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Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W190 12.1 Megapixel

The seller never communicated to me after the auction was over. I sent two or three folow-up emails but no response from him/her.
I wish you might look into it.

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Canon PowerShot SX100 IS 8.0 Megapixel

This is a just under $300 (street price at introduction) 8MP camera with image stabilization and a 10x optical zoom in a less-than 2

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Digital Concepts 1.3 Megapixel



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Kodak EASYSHARE Z1485 IS 14.0 Megapixel

Takes very good pictures --even indoors, low-lit condition.
Preset scenes are good, but real fun photography begins with manual settings.
Finally Kodak have got it right, this is an excellent little camera. 14mb with an easy to use menu system. Combine this with Kodaks excellent picture quality and colour and youve got a real bargin for the price. Just remember get the rechargeable Lithium Ion battery and you wont have any battery problems. People need to understand the power drain on a unit like this is alot, consider processing 14mb, converting to jpeg, powering a 2.5

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Canon PowerShot SD940 IS Digital ELPH 12.1 Megapixel

I just received my Powershot SD940. Originally I had purchased the Powershot SD780, but when this one came out two days later I returned it. I liked the bigger LCD on the 940 rather than the 780's smaller LCD with an optical viewfinder. The 940 also has a 4x optical zoom compared to the 780's 3x optical zoom. Something else I had not noticed until I received the product is that the 940 has an updated menu system. The menus are laid out more logically and can display help menus to inform the user of the cameras functions and options. This feature is not offered on the 780. After owning both cameras, I would recommend upgrading to the Powershot SD940 unless you need an optical viewfinder.

The 940 offers better zoom, bigger LCD, updated menus, and stronger performance (I found that the menus operate more smoothly and with much less lag than the 780). These are both great cameras, and I should note that the 780 is a bit smaller and lighter. Unfortunately they both have rather flat buttons that are not raised above the surface which made it a bit hard to operate at first, but I quickly got used to it. I still STRONGLY recommended!

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Canon PowerShot A2000 IS 10.0 Megapixel

I love this camera Nice Pics 10 mega pix, awesome zoom. Easy to set functions. Takes pictures on a dime no hesitation. Face Feature focuses on face auomatically.

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Fujifilm FinePix Z200fd 10.0 Megapixel

Really nice and realiable camera. Very slim, easy on battery, and the couple and group timers which use face recogniton technology are awesome, they don't actually start the countdown until you are in the picture. I love the product and I am sure you will too. It also features a 5x optical zoom which most cameras in this class only offer a 3x zoom, so you really get a big bang for your buck with this little baby.

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Nikon Coolpix S52c 9.0 Megapixel

This camera is very easy to use. It takes beautiful pictures which are easily saved to computers. The battery life is fantastic. I never run out of battery in one night and can usually use it for a few days of picture taking. Although it is very simply, it is also very versatile allowing macro pictures, portraits, sports pictures, and many more. This camera is perfect for people trying to keep memories.

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Panasonic Lumix DMC-LZ10S 10.1 Megapixel

The camera is OK.The price:REGULAR PRICE,there was very little saving,i had to buy the memory card,no case and non recharble battery.I would not buy it again.It's my fault non known the regular selling price. SORRY!!!! NOT THAT GOOD.

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Pentax Optio W80 12.1 Megapixel

This little camera its fantastic for underwater photography. It's beautifull and small, and the quality of the photographs is VERY good. I'm a photography aficionado (have a Nikon D80) and this is a great camera. you should have another compact for everyday use (pics in dry are a little noisy) but if you want a camera to use in the pool, the beach or skying, it is the only one with a 5X optical zoom and the only one that can go 5 meter down below.

RECOMMENDED!

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Kodak EASYSHARE Z915 10.0 Megapixel

I love the Easyshare Z915! It has 10X Zoom which is so awesome. I went to the zoo recently and got some great close-up photos of animals I was at least 200 ft. from...they were crisp and looked like I was right near them. I wish there was a longer strap I could put around my neck. It is a little cumbersome to carry.

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GE A835 8.0 Megapixel

It takes great pictures and it is very easy to use. A great size also with a bigger screen for viewing your pic.

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Kodak EASYSHARE M863 8.2 Megapixel

The camera is so easy to use point and shoot!! take beautiful pictures nice wide screen,makes it a snap to easily indentify photos and so easy anyone any age can useifact the camera was purchased for my grandaughter inwhich she received another camera for her birthday as well, and from what i know she didn't even want to use that one anymore.

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Canon EOS 1D Mark III 10.0 Megapixel

As a working Professional Photographer I have used many different cameras over the years, including almost all of Canon and Nikon's DSLR offerings.

Finding the right camera is tricky, with many factors coming into play. No camera is perfect for every job, but one camera comes close: the Canon 1D Mark III.

First off, don't sweat the 10 megapixel resolution. Image quality is exceptional, and the 1D Mark III is sharper per-pixel than any other camera out there. There is no difference in the total amount of deatail captured between the 1D Mark III and Nikons D3 or D300 cameras. Noise is also lower than on any camera that has come before. This is the first camera where ISO 100-800 is simply a choice, based of the needs of the photo. There is zero sacrifice in image quality at ISO 800. Of course the 1D Mark III goes from ISO 50 to 6400, and every step of the way it outperforms all cameras that came before it. Nikon's D3 and D300 also have very low noise, but details and contrast start to suffer on the Nikons for ISO 1600 and up. Not so with the 1D Mark III, everything stays sharp and crisp.

Speed is what the 1D Mark III was built for, and in that regard it is obscenely fast, in every respect. That speed is enhanced by an amazing new battery that is good for over 2000 pictures per charge (sometimes over 3000 pics).

The 1.3X crop factor is a boon most of the time, except that there is only one super-wide option that really works (Sigma's 12-24mm). However with Canons 16-35mm L lens you get 20mm equivelent field of view, which often is good enough. However the advantages of a 1.3X crop are similar to a 1.5/1.6X crop in that you use the sweet-spot of a lens, which keeps things sharp around the edges... but with a 1.3X crop you use more of the lens, and this matters because most lenses are out-resolved by 8 megapixel sensors, which results in many 1.5/1.6X cameras producing slightly blurred images regardless of the resoltion. The 1D Mark III really takes maximum advantage of a lens, which is a decidedly good thing.

One really outstanding benefit of the 1D Mark III is the new Highlight Tone Priority mode, which expands dynamic range by one full f/stop in the highlights. This feature is now included on the Canon 40D and the 1Ds Mark III as well, but it works best on the 1D Mark III because of the incredibly low noise characteristics of this camera. There is zero penalty in image quality for using Highlight Tone Priority, something wedding photographers might consider when comparing this camera to other models.

There is so much more to say about this amazing camera, but not enough time or space to say it. The price is steep, but the performance of the 1D Mark III truly justifies the cost. Anyone who shoots sports, action, fashion, birds, wildlife or even a baby making faces will absolutely appreciate the 10 frame-per-second, 110 JPEG Buffer (or 30 RAW)... and that even at full-speed the 1D Mark III is operating at full capability (Unlike the Nikon D3 which

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Olympus FE-310 8.0 Megapixel

This is a great camera, one of the best I have ever had. It takes very great pictures and is very easy to use. I got the camera at below market value which is great. I wanted a great camera and not to expensive and did searches on this camera and decided after reading on Olympus website that it is a great camera.

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Kodak EASYSHARE M1093 IS 10.0 Megapixel

So far I owned Kodak 3, 5, 6, 8 Mp cameras, Now 10MP for point and shoot. For DSLR's Canon XSI

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Kodak EASYSHARE M753 7.0 Megapixel

Hello,

I bought a Kodak EasyShare M753 camara a few month ago in ebay.

I am very happy with the camara. The camara is small, so you
can allways have it with you (just put it in your pocket).
The zoom works very find.

It is very easy to used. I never read the manual, since it is
user friendly. The camara does all for you. Just press the button
and you will have a nice photo.

The screen to review the picture is big and has a high quality.

Buy it with confidence.

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