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First 10 of 89 Reviews  (see all user reviews)

Average Rating: 3 out of 5

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Paul Hamar

member since: 11/26/2006
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Rating: 5 out of 5
Samsung Digimax S700 (not listed)

Very easy to use,turn dial setting. Has some bells and wistles, anybody can use it without having to be a camera geek. Just point and shoot. The best of all, it's nice and small, ready to shoot anywhere and any time at all.

12/27/2006 4:33:23 AM
 
Logan Grant Cook

member since: 7/7/2006
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Rating: 1.5 out of 5
This camera seems to not have any information on it, nobody has heard of the manufacturer, and I've searched for online reviews on this camera, there isnt anything on it, so I can only tell you about what I THINK OF IT. It has 3.3 Megapixels, and lacks in alot of macro photography, it's fairly light, and everytime you breathe in and out, causes a blur most of the time. it also has a 3X optical zoom, and after that, it has a 4X digital zoom, zooming into a total of 7X's the original focal length. there are no manual modes with the F stop and aperature. but it can have up to an 8 second long shutter speed, capturing alot of light into the photo. it also has a decent macro mode. and has a camcorder built into it for video. it has many different white balance modes, including: Sunny, shade, tungsten, B&W, etc. I like the 4 resolution modes it has going from 640 X 480 all the way up to 2048 x 1536 COMES WITH 16MB built in memory: on the smallest resolution setting, maximum photos to be taken without a memory card = 114
7/7/2006 10:57:14 PM
 
Mr Mysterious

member since: 6/25/2006
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Rating: 3 out of 5
According to my Knowledge and Experiance in Photography I think its best for me. Yashiya Kyocera M-410 It Realy Works !
6/26/2006 1:39:55 AM
 
catherine ann monroe

member since: 11/24/2005
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Rating: 3.5 out of 5
It takes very clear pictures. Its a very small,compact camera. The size of a movie ticket. It is light and has a cord so its can be worn around the neck. Its my startup camera.
6/19/2006 4:50:47 AM
 
Ben A. Rankin

member since: 6/15/2006
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Rating: 3.5 out of 5
Good Cam for the price.
6/18/2006 10:17:33 AM
 
Melissa Crawford

member since: 5/31/2006
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Rating: 4.5 out of 5
I don't know much about cameras. Just point and click.
5/31/2006 8:24:50 AM
 
Dana Ann

member since: 5/13/2006
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Rating: 4 out of 5
My Canon 5.0 is my mate. Photos are exruciatingly vivid in detail. My first photo from this camera was in Belize of an old decrepit boat that floated alongside a riverway. It was attatched to an old wooded post in the canal that the isolated villagers used to fish and to seek out food. When I snapped my first photo of the boat while the sun beat down against the water I didn't expect the results I got. When blown up you could see the fish below the boat, others swimming, alongside rocks and indigenous plants otherwise not seen by the naked eye. You could see all the details and nook and crannies on the boat and the plants as well. The photo was taken about 50 feet from it's target.
5/13/2006 7:27:33 AM
 
Morgan Bennett
BetterPhoto Member

member since: 5/12/2006
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Rating: 2.5 out of 5
In general, it is an ok camera. It takes a while to scroll through the pictures you have taken and it takes while to turn off and on which can be a pain sometimes. Overall most of the pictures i take turn out fairly focued and clear, even though it is only 5 megapixes. Its pretty easy to use as well.
5/12/2006 7:22:55 PM
 
Karen A. Jack
BetterPhoto Member

member since: 4/25/2006
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Rating: 4 out of 5
Great still camera, which is really good for macro and portrait shots. Great fun and really easy to use for only 130. Great learning tool for amateurs. A 7-in-1 DSC/DV/DVR/PC Camera/MP3 Player/MPEG-4 Player/USB Storage 2.5" Super Wide LTPS LCD with 270" Rotation 5.0M CMOS Sensor, 11.0M pixels enhanced resolution Digital Zoom: 8X (DSC), 5X(DV) DVD Quality Video Resolution MPEG-4 Compression Technology Motion Stabilization Function PMP, Video Input and TV Output Function SD/MMC Card slot up to 2GB storage Remaining Memory/Recording Time Management Mulit-language on screen display Selectable backgrounds frames for pics taking picture while recording the video Lens and Sensor:5.0 M Pixels High Quality CMOS Sensor Lens: FF F3.0 f=8.54mm Focus Range-20cm (Macro); 70cm - 140cm (Portrait); 100cm - infinite (Normal) Digital Zoom; 8X (DSC), 5X (DV) Shutter Type: Mechanical Shutter Shutter Speed: 1/8,000-1/15 sec. (Normal), 1/8,000-1.5 sec (Night Mode) Digital Imaging and Specs 2.5" LTPS LCD 640x240 pixels High Resolution, High Brightness, High Electron Response Speed Low Power Consumption Motion Stabilization Function Resolution Still Image Format: JPEG (DCF Compliance) Still Image Resolution/Recording Pictures for 512 MB SD Card Super Fine: 3852X2896 (11M) 206 pcs Fine: 2592x1944 (5M) 364 pcs Normal: 1600x1200 (2M) 938 pcs Video/Audio Compression: MPEG-4 XVID/MPEG1 layer 2 Video File Format: AVI No Recording Interruption: Real time video recording Web Cam: 640x480/30fps (1.8Mbps. VGA) 43min. Web Cam Fram Rate: 30 @ USB 2.0 Web Cam Color Space: RGB 24 Audio, Video In/Out: Video Input: Recording any Video Signal Audio Input: Microphone Mono Audio Recording Time for 512mb: 120 min (256k) Audio Output: Speaker (Mono) Earphont TV out (Stereo) Audio File Format: WAV TV Output for NTSC/PAL System Memory Internal Memory: 32MB Flash Memory/firmware and software External Memory: SD/MMC Card up to 2GB Power Management Power Supply: NP-360 3.7v DC/1000mAh rechargeable Li-ion battery pack Battery Charger - 100v-240v charger 50/60hz Battery Charging time - 170 min Working hours w/LCD on: 180min Auto Power off: 3 mins LED Indicator: power On/Standby/Self Timer/Flash Light ready/Charging/Recording Others Dimensions:W70mmxH109mmxD32mm Weight: 180g (including battery) Multi Language USB Interface: USB 2.0, Mass Storage protocol Self Timer: 10 seconds delay Strobe: Auto/Disable/Enable; SCR type Flash Range: 1.5M - 3M White Balance: Auto/Daylight/Tungsten/Fluorescence Exposure Compensation: Auto/Disable Shooting Mode: Macro/Portrait/Normal Continuous Shots: 5 pics Remote Control
5/11/2006 1:07:04 AM
 
Darin Webb

member since: 5/8/2006
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Rating: 2.5 out of 5
A cheap digital camera, basic functions and a 4x zoom.
5/8/2006 12:25:27 PM
 
Chris A. Green

member since: 4/21/2006
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Rating: 1 out of 5
Bought because it was a cheap digital with sufficient resolution to take printable photos (3.1mp) and cheap enough to loose on a night out. It has many issues: 1. Response - half a second from wanting to release the shutter to actually taking the photo 2. Exposure - seems to 'take' the phot for quarter of a second leading to easy bluring 3. Colour - Always comes out slightly blue Thank goodness to software. Does make me more aware of taking the photo and composing it well though.
4/21/2006 6:20:23 AM
 

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