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Nexia 220ix APS Camera


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Categories: Reviews: Equipment : Cameras : Other Film Cameras : APS Point and Shoots

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The Nexia 220ix  APS Camera


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2 Reviews  

Average Rating: 3.5 out of 5

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Jessica A. Hill Hughes

member since: 12/7/2004
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Rating: 2.5 out of 5
I like it because it is small and you can take it anywhere. I don't like it because sometimes some of the pictures turn out worse then I thought they would. I have a Canon and I like it much better even though it is bigger.
12/7/2004 4:59:27 PM
 
Veronica Nava

member since: 2/16/2004
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Rating: 4.5 out of 5
I've had this little APS camera for well over a year now. I was searching for a good but inexpensive camera at the time because I was going to study abroad for two quarters and wanted to capture good times on film the best way possible. I liked it for its 2.2x zoom and 3 print format choices. I never ran into problems using it and the finished photos come out pretty good. I was one to end up with the best quality photos in our group, expect for one who had better shots. The downside is that it takes a while to take the picture; you can't expect to catch unexpectedly instant moments with this one. And somehow little dust particles got into the viewfinder. They don't come out in the finished picture but they are annoying to see when you take a picture. I don't know what I might have done.
2/16/2004 11:59:05 AM
 

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