Global Shopping Center
UK | Germany
Home - Camera - Brands - Agfa Help

1-13 of 13       1

click price to see details     click image to enlarge     click link to go to the store

list($89.99)
1. Agfa ePhoto CL18 0.3MP Digital
$6.99 $4.89 list()
2. CASE LOGIC ATB-10 TAUPE Litter
list($99.99)
3. Agfa ePhoto SMILE 0.2MP Digital
4. Agfa ePhoto 780 Digital Camara
list($199.99)
5. Agfa ePhoto 780c Digital Camera
6. Agfa 1680 1.2MPDigital Camera
list($464.99)
7. Agfa ePhoto CL30 Clik! 1MP Digital
8. Agfa ePhoto 1280 Digital Camera
9. Agfa CL30 1MP Digital Camera
list($180.99)
10. Samsung Evoca 70SE QD Zoom Date
list($85.00)
11. Agfa 8MB Memory Card Plus Four
list($69.00)
12. Agfa 8MB Card For Ephoto Cameras
list($77.99)
13. Agfa PCMCIA Adapter For Ephoto

1. Agfa ePhoto CL18 0.3MP Digital Camera
by Agfa
list price: $89.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00004THMA
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Agfa
Sales Rank: 4778
Average Customer Review: 2.78 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Amazon.com Product Description

Agfa's CL18 digital camera can be used as both a digital camera and aWebcam. Connect it to your computer's USB port, and you can use it to videoconference over the Web. As a digital camera, the CL18 features 640 x 480resolution (great for e-mails and Web images) and a built-in flash with red-eyereduction. The camera's 2 MB of internal memory let you store up to 32 photos.You'll be able to download your images quickly for editing and organizing withAgfa's software bundle. The package includes two AA batteries, USB and videocables, a camera case, a camera mount, a CD-ROM, and a user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • Can be used as both a digital camera and a Webcam
  • 0.3 megapixel images great for email or posting on the Web
  • Simple fixed-focus lens
  • Internal 2 MB memory holds 24 images at default resolution
  • Connects to Macs and PCs via USB port; 2 AA alkaline batteries included

Reviews (45)

4-0 out of 5 stars Not Bad At All
After reading several reviews and doing some extensive researh on several entry level digital cameras I finally purchased this camera yesterday. And contrary to some of the reviews posted on the NET, the image quality is excellent, it just takes some work to get your photos to come out properly. For example, if you are taking a photo in a dark setting, turn on the flash and it will come with good results. Also, make sure you keep your hands still when you are taking your uor they will come out blurry. Furthermore, make sure you are standing an appropriate distance from the image you are shooting. All in all, the quality of the pictures I have took is above par and are comparable to the higher end cameras at more than half the price. Ir just takes some work, but isn't that where half the fun is? One complaint is that the video software is..Well..It stinks..Not only does it not provide audio for your videos, but the streaming video comes out VERY blurry. Not a big thing for me, since it's hard to find any1 to video conference with and I do already have a QuickCam Express which is more than satisfactory. All in all, I was pleased with my purchase of this camera and my images came out better than I thought they would.. Oh, a couple of other ti[s for you guys that are thinking about buying this camera. If you wanna delete your old images, just click on the record/play button at the back of the camera and press the shutter button on the image you want to delete. Simple. And if you want to delete all your old images, simply click on the play button and then the flash/timer button until you see the word ALL on the right hand side of the LCD screen, then press the shutter button.Again..Simple...Another thing...When taking pictures remember to wait for the green light to stop blinking before you move around..The image doesn't get processed until the light stops blinking. All this is explained in the manual so make sure to read it..That is all. This camera is worth the purchase and to all of you that did not find it satisfactory. Perhaps your expectations were too high?The software that comes with this camera is also pretty good. Nothing spectacular compared to Paintshop pro 7 and Photoshop which I own, but decent nonetheless .The USB connection also makes d/ing images to your comp a snap. Just plug in your cam, goto Corel PhotoHouse and follow the instructions on the manual. That's all there is to it!...

5-0 out of 5 stars Good camera.
I've had no problems with this camera. I got what I expected. An inexpensive, low end digital camera. The pictures seem to be a bit better than those taken with a 110 camera. Prints at 3X5 done on an HP952C look great. It's not as hard on batteries as some have said. Perhaps if you use the flash a lot, maybe it would be. I've taken over seventy low compression pictures so far and the battery meter still says full. The flash is probably the weakest feature. Kind of a desperation option. In house pictures under regular light look great. Just keep the camera still. What's new about that. The download TWAIN driver transfers 16 low compression files to PC in about 10 seconds.

I'm happy with it. Someday I'll want more quality and features, but this camera is a good start.

1-0 out of 5 stars Poor customer service to back a poor quality camera
After using this camera for a short amount of time, the camera's photo quality went from ok to exteremely fuzzy and speckled. One area of the bits didn't even record picture information, resulting in a white spot in my picture. Even when used as a web cam, the camera has fuzzy, speckled video feed. When I contacted AGFA about it, they gave me a long distance number to New Jersey (I am in WI), and told me repairs would be charged to my credit card!

3-0 out of 5 stars Skip Agfa ePhoto CL18 if you have Windows XP!
We got this camera for my 11 yr. old for his birthday. It took a month of finagling to FINALLY reach Agfa tech support (in Venezuela or somewhere) before we could get the computer to recognize the camera. DON'T PLUG IN THE CAMERA TO YOUR PC BEFORE THE SOFTWARE IS LOADED OR YOU'LL GO THROUGH THE SAME!!!! Once that was fixed, though, it was great! Nice pictures for the price (we just printed them on our regular PC paper), great for a kid. We took a million pictures the first year of use. Then we upgraded to a computer with Windows XP.... *sigh* The new driver on the website didn't work (seriously crashed the whole computer). When I once again contacted tech support, they said they have no driver for Windows XP and don't plan to develop one. The end. Useless camera for us now...

1-0 out of 5 stars Unable to download pictures.
I've tried to install the software at least 10 times...on two computers and two different operating systems...always the same result...pics won't download, if fact, I have to shut the computer down cause it freezes. ... Read more


2. CASE LOGIC ATB-10 TAUPE Litter Chute (CASE LOGIC ATB10TAUPE)
by CASE LOGIC

our price: $6.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00009W3N1
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: CASE LOGIC
Sales Rank: 64608
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

3. Agfa ePhoto SMILE 0.2MP Digital Camera
by Agfa
list price: $99.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00000JBIA
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Agfa
Sales Rank: 5412
Average Customer Review: 1.96 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Amazon.com Product Description

The Agfa ePhoto Smile Digital Camera is a stylish blue and silver pocket-size digital camera intended for first-time buyers or for those who want to put their images on the Web. Picture resolution for the Agfa ePhoto Smile is 640 x 480 pixels. The built-in 2MB of flash memory stores up to 16 images.

Other features include a built-in flash with four settings: automatic, red-eye reduction, fill-in, and off. Because the Agfa ePhoto Smile uses a serial (RS232) interface to link to a computer, downloading images is relatively simple. This camera is powered by either 2 AA batteries (alkaline, ni-cad, lithium, or NiMH) or an AC adapter (not included).

The Agfa ePhoto Smile digital camera comes equipped with Agfa PhotoWise 2.0 software, soft case, hand strap, serial and video cables, and a one-year warranty. It is compatible with Windows 95, 98, and NT operating systems. ... Read more

Features

  • 0.2 megapixel sensor is great for emails and posting on the Web
  • Fixed-focus lens
  • Internal 2 MB memory holds 16 images at default resolution
  • Connects to Macs and PCs via serial port
  • 2 AA batteries included; can also be used as a Webcam

Reviews (49)

1-0 out of 5 stars Some Agfa`products are toy.
The price of this camera is good, but...

This is not 2mb camera, I think this is 1mb camera.
This camera do not make 640x480 images, I think it`s make 320x240 interpolated image.
The image is bad and dark. Forget, dont lose time.

Obs.: sorry for my inglesh, i am from Brasil.

3-0 out of 5 stars Buyer Beware
This camera eats batteries...We finally purchased an AC adaptor at Radio Shack to use when we are downloading photos but it still goes through the batteries very quickly.

This camera works best for outdoor pictures. Indoor pictures are either too dark or washed out if the flash is used.

Also, although this camera is still being sold by many retailers, according to AGFA they are no longer producing or selling this camera and the software for it is unavailable.

5-0 out of 5 stars GREAT CAMERA
this is a VERY good camera for the value. I just bought this one, and it is better than most other cheap sub-one hundred dollar cameras......

1-0 out of 5 stars Just awful; avoid at all costs
I bought two of these for my kids and they are awful. The picture quality is so low that only about 10% of the photos are worth keeping. And being for my young children, my standards are very low. I bought them almost as a toy, and STILL I'm severely disappointed. DO NOT BUY.

2-0 out of 5 stars just for babys
thanx god i get it as a prize the quality is very poor and i have a hard work trying to pass the pics to my pc and the batteries only works for 1 day or less dont buy it very poor quality ... Read more


4. Agfa ePhoto 780 Digital Camara
by Agfa

Asin: B00000JD4Z
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Agfa
Sales Rank: 3290
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Reviews (1)

3-0 out of 5 stars Ok for beginners...it's the Hyundai of digital cameras.
This was my first ever digital camera and once I had it out a couple of hours and found myself looking for more batteries! Operation is very simple and easy to use. However, it comes with the smallest available memory card and I suggest buying a 128mb card...Well worth the money for extended (more than 12) hi-res pictures. At this point, my LED stopped working. The cost is almost as much as the camera, so, I'm buying a new Fugi 5.0 mega pixel. The image quality difference is mind-blowing. Spend the extra money and buy at least a 2.0 mega pixel camera with the extra toys that don't come with the cheaper cameras. If the camera doesn't come with the AC-adapter for home or the additional battery pack keep looking for one that does. The alternative is pulling a wagon behind you full of batteries. ... Read more


5. Agfa ePhoto 780c Digital Camera
by Agfa
list price: $199.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00000JDES
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Agfa
Sales Rank: 5336
Average Customer Review: 3.83 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Amazon.com Product Description

Designed for those who need the flexibility of an easy-to-use point and shoot camera with the quality of VGA and XGA, and the flexibility of removable memory. The ePhoto 780 has three image quality settings: 1024 x 768 (XGA), 640 x 480 (VGA) and 320 x 240 providing flexibility for multi-purpose picture-taking. ... Read more

Features

  • Resolutions up to 1,024 x 768 pixels
  • Virtually no waiting between pictures
  • View pictures on a television
  • Download photos to your computer
  • Agfa PhotoWise Software included

Reviews (30)

5-0 out of 5 stars Love this little baby.
For the $$$ you really can't beat it. This is my first and only digital camera so I wasn't sure about getting one but it's worked out great. I'm gonna try and answer all the questions that I had before buying and hopefully that will help you. Q: No zoom, is that bad? A: Not really. The software that comes with it allows you to zoom and crop the picture in your computer. Q: Is it difficult to download the pictures to my camera? A: No, it's a simple process and only takes about one minute to complete the download. Q: Does it use up a lot of battery power? A: Oh yes, she's a maniac for power. But this is easily solved. I went down to my local store and bought a battery re-charger and batteries. Problem solved. Q: If I'm gonna spent a large amount of money for a digital camera should I just spend the extra $$$$ and get a higher end one. A: Personally I don't see why. Granted I've never had a top of the line digital camera but I can't imagine that the differance could possibly be worth the extra money.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent camera for the digital beginner
The Agfa 780C isn't the fanciest nor is it "megapixel", but for the price (in the 4th quarter of 1999) you're unlikely to find a better digital camera for beginners.

You may wish to invest in a couple of extras once you get going. I got a Delkin FlashPath SmartDisk Smart card floppy adapter - they're available on Amazon - and was worth every penny. I wasn't thrilled with connecting my camera to the computer. This way I can just remove the Smart media card and put it in the floppy adapter to move 'em over to my hard drive (much quicker, by the way).

You'll also want a 8MB or 16MB Smart Card. Agfa gives you a 2MB card, but you'll want to take zillions of pictures and will want the extra space.

Finally, you might want a set of NIMH rechargable batteries and a recharger - unless of course you want to purchase a new set of AA alkaline batteries. The Agfa 780C does pretty good with batteries, even if you use the LCD viewer a lot, but for the economy-minded a set of NIMH is essential.

In closing, do you really want to be spending $800 on your first digital camera when cameras of the quality/resolution of the Agfa 780C were selling at that price in 1997? If you've got the dough, then go for it. If you want to see what digital photography is all about, start with the Agfa 780C.

5-0 out of 5 stars great camera for the price
I've had my Agfa ePhoto 780c for about 5 years now. Bought mine when it was $199, but even then I thought it was a great value. I love this camera! No trips to the store for film or developing (1st to drop off, then to pick up). I get to see the pictures as soon as they've been taken. Downloading to the computer is fast and easy. Makes for some nice screensavers. You'll go through a few batteries though, especially if you use the view screen a lot. Get the AC cord if you can find one.

1-0 out of 5 stars Great Camera Designed to Fail?
This camera was excellent for the price - on sale for $... I used it semi regularly, never dropped it, never exposed it to the elements (heat, liquids, etc.). It ate batteries like mad, but I was satisfied overall....except that it just up and died. New batteries didn't work; the display just flashed the 'empty battery' sign. I put a message on Agfa's website to get tech help. Never got any response except for the automated email they send when you enter a message. Overall -- descent camera that had a fatal flaw that Agfa apparently doesn't give a s**t about. Figured it would cost more to send to Agfa to fix it, so I chunked the f**ker in the trash. Thanks a billion, Agfa. I'll be sure to avoid your products in the future.

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice Camera even in 2003
Only if it was USB compatible! ... Read more


6. Agfa 1680 1.2MPDigital Camera w/ 3x Optical Zoom
by Agfa

Asin: B00000JBIJ
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Agfa
Sales Rank: 14417
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Features

  • Professional quality digital camera
  • Interruptible image processing and playback
  • Includes PhotoGenie
  • Mark and delete functions
  • 4-MB SmartMedia stores up to 60 images

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars I like it
I use one and it is easy. I can see the picture I am taking on the big screen.

It is fun. The pictures look good.

5-0 out of 5 stars Easy to use - Sturdy - CLEAR photos.
I recently purchased a new camera with a higher megapixel value. This camera is truly better. Because of the LCD Swing Open feature, you can really get photos of people or objects from otherwise awkward angles. Many dentists and doctors use this camera.

The software that comes with it is not great, it is better to scan it into a photo editing program such as Microsoft Picture It!! using a cable or card reader.

4-0 out of 5 stars A Great Camera For Professional Looking Portraits!!
I have had my camera for 3 years now. I have been looking at the newer cameras and I am hesitant of buying a different one due to the unique Swivel head feature. You dont have to look through a view finder and you can change the angle and get a better picture without having to put your body in weird positions to see through the view finder.


I have done photos of the kids and they came out just as good as if I went to Sears or any of those other photo places. I chose the 1680 resolution and this gives me a very clear 8x10 image. I can use the software and shrink this down smaller to get a more crisp image. I can also select the 1280 for a great 5x7 or the 307 for pics to upload onto the web without having to resize them. I tried a newer camera by Kodak and I didnt like the fact that although it is newer, the images form this camera are much crisper than the one from the 2.2 megapixel one.


I rated 4 stars because I didnt get a usb Port cable with it when I bought it and now I havent found any to fit the unique jack to the camera. I solved this by using a film reader. I ended up doing this as the cable that came with the camera wasnt uploading the images onto the computer and I didnt want to buy another camera and I didnt want to pay abunch of money to repair it when the film reader was $. I now use the camera as before but instead of connecting to the computer to upload, I just insert the memory card into the reader and this is MUCH faster than waiting for the camera to upload the images into photowise.

I think the photo quality is much better than most of the other cameras I see out there..at least in the $$-$$$ range. I use it mostly for ebay and have to say the only other thing that I dont like is the flash is really bright..I often have reflected light off my books but I just change the angle of the camera or add a light in the background to off shoot it.


All in all I like that this is heavier and larger than the other cameras out there. The Kodak I was messing with felt so light and flimsy I sometimes forgot I was holding it! I like the swivel feature on this camera but wish some of the newer ones had this as well. The only thing that is a drawback is the time it takes to process each image after taking the photo and the time it takes to upload...takes forever. I did notice the newer ones are quicker but like I said I dont want to spend another $500 on a camera...so if you are looking for something to get second hand to play with I suggest this model..there are some on ebay and are around $170-$220 which isnt a bad price for the quality images you get. I have a 4Mb memory card it came with and that drawback is it will only hold 6-7 images using the 1680 resolution. I think you can still get a larger memory card but I havent gotten around to doing it. So all in all I am pleased with this camera even though I cant get it to upload the images onto the computer..thank goodness for film readers!

4-0 out of 5 stars nearly professional grade
Don't let the picture fool you- this camera is pretty big. It's about the size of a paperback book. That, and the fact that the time it takes to process a picture (3-4 seconds) means that you had better be pretty sure that the shot of Junior sliding into home base is the one that you want- you won't get a second chance. But those are the only drawbacks I can see. The battery life is very good, the images are fine quality, the included software is a breeze to use (and includes ways to either fix, or even just have fun with your photos), and while a bit large, the camera is light and ergonomically well designed. The swivel body is a great feature- you can take shots at waist level, or over your head (great in crowds!) and still frame the shot, and the zoom feature is very handy. Mac users should invest in a USB card reader- it makes downloading the photos much faster and easier. I am taking one star off for bulk (but not heft, as I said, the camera is pretty light: the heaviest parts are the batteries and the high-quality lens), but I am very happy with mine. ... Read more


7. Agfa ePhoto CL30 Clik! 1MP Digital Camera
by Agfa
list price: $464.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00004THM9
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Agfa
Sales Rank: 9413
Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Amazon.com Product Description

Agfa's ePhoto CL30 Clik! digital camera features a powerful 40 MB memorycapacity that stores up to 60 high-resolution pictures. It offers many advancedoptions, including auto or manual focus, exposure, and white point settings. Stylish and easy-to-use, the ePhoto CL30 Clik! features both an opticalviewfinder and 1.8-inch color LCD screen for framing shots or playing themback.

With image resolution of 1.5 million pixels and a 2x digital zoom,you'll get sharp, clear pictures. The ePhoto CL30 Clik! has five image-capturemodes, including black and white. It also organizes your images into specificalbums on the 40 MB disk for easy location. The EasyPilot button allows you toscroll through menus, while providing point-and-click selection.

Agfaincorporates PhotoWise software, and the camera is compatible with Windows 98. Accessories include USB cable, 40 MB Clik! disk, 4 AA batteries, soft case,wrist strap, CD-ROM, audio-video cable, and AC adapter. ... Read more

Features

  • Includes 40 MB Clik! disk for expanded memory capacity
  • 1.5-million-pixel resolution
  • 2x digital zoom
  • 5 image-capture modes
  • Store up to 360 images

Reviews (5)

2-0 out of 5 stars not worth the money... spend a little more...
PROS: you get tonnes of disk space, pictures shrunk down to 600x450 from 1076x768 (HIGH) are okay for internet usage, but... -comes with three iomega clik disks -comes with case -comes with wrist strap and a set of batteries -USB enabled, AC adapter. -one set of pictures on a 4 1600mA AA batteries approx with half of them flash pictures.

CONS: -it's bulky, much to bulky for the convenience of a pocket or a small purse. -my flash is broken... no longer works -PhotoGenie is not compatible with win2000. A Twain driver is available, but, you can also just load the images straight from drive mode. -my clik disks have been corrupted on two separate occasions, meaning, I totally lost two sets of pictures. -the battery life meter is very vague and inaccurate. I take on picture and the battery life is down to half, I take 30 more, and the camera is still on half full, despite batteries straight from the charger (1600 mA) -flash recharge takes about 10 seconds (annoying when there are others that charge much, much quicker... cannot be spontaneous) -loading takes over 7 seconds -often the LCD will not display when expected. you must turn off and restart. -lcd display is jerky compared to other LCD's I've used. -technology is OLD... camera was developed in 1999.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Camera
This camera is very nice. Very good pics, lots of storage. I got an external CLick! Drive with it, and some high end rechargable batteries.

Only 2 bad points - batteries, get really good rechargables and your all set. Also - it is slow, not great for action shots...

Other then that, a very nice product.

4-0 out of 5 stars That guy works for Iomega...but it's still a great camera.
I bought one...I love it...and I keep dozens, nay hundreds of pics stored on those cute little disks. I can pack ten of the disks and have virtually NO LIMIT to the number of photos I can store on a long trip (and I travel a lot as I live in Europe). Others pay $199 for a 64 MB flash card...my per MB cost is less by a factor of at least 6. Then I pop the PC Clik drive into my laptop and bingo they're in....

3-0 out of 5 stars bogus
My bet is that that last review is bogus!

5-0 out of 5 stars THE DIGITAL THAT NEEDS SOME PUBLIC EXPOSURE
This is a fantastic camera with easy operation to keep the wife happy and the range of features with quality to keep me happy. To be able to get 60 highest quality photos on a match book sized click disk that cost less than $9 each is fantastic. A camera (cables, disk, case and batteries) for under $400 that gives me great pictures, serves as a storage dive, and slide projector when connected to my computer via the USB port is perfect. I just ordered a 2x telephoto lens and a .5x wide angle lens for under $120 to make this digital camera package the best deal in the market place. This product needs to get some market place attention. The prices I paid include shipping after shopping the net for the best deals. This is a digital that replaces my 35mm film camera because the pictures are easy to sort through at the end of the day on the camera or computer. The clik disks are so small and inexpensive that it's easy to carry several with the camera on trips. What a deal. ... Read more


8. Agfa ePhoto 1280 Digital Camera
by Agfa

Asin: B00000JBN1
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Agfa
Sales Rank: 12185
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars badly misunderstood camera
set up the camera properly download the manual from there website and you will understand how to use it properly great pix best on 4x6 pix

3-0 out of 5 stars The color is not really "Real"
If you make pictures with this one under direct sun light, or anywhere that is very bright, the color will be just fine.
However, if your environment is a little less than perfect, for example, a cloudy day, or in the room where the flash light is needed, the color will be somehow dimmed and not very "real" anymore. One cloudy day I was making picture of a person with red shirt, and the shirt turned out to be purple!
Maybe because the one I was using is a refurbished. Not sure about that. ... Read more


9. Agfa CL30 1MP Digital Camera
by Agfa

Asin: B00000JBIO
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Agfa
Sales Rank: 6902
Average Customer Review: 3.58 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Amazon.com Product Description

A high-performing, easy-to-use mega-pixel digital camera that expands the range of camera choices by offering high-end features, including a USB (Universal Serial Bus) interface and a true resolution of one million pixels. The stylish and compact ePhoto CL30 features both an optical viewfinder and 1.8" color LCD screen-perfect for framing shots or playing them back. The LCD screen features an "on" and "off" switch, so the user can make the most of his or her power supply. ... Read more

Features

  • 1,440 x 1,080 interpolated top resolution
  • 2x digital zoom
  • 1-million-pixel (1,152 x 864) CCD resolution
  • 1.8-inch color LCD display
  • Uses removable CompactFlash memory, 4 MB card included

Reviews (12)

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice camera
My husband and I received the AFGA CL30 digital camera as a Christmas gift and we have really enjoyed using it. It's a really great camera. The only negative thing I have to say about it is that the lithium batteries don't last that long when you're viewing the pictures on the screen. Other than that, the camera is great!

5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect for Digital Image Newbies
There is no doubt about it; this is a great camera to discover the virtues (and limitations) of digital photography. The interface, a menu system given via a LCD, is easy to understand and use, though in bright sun light the LCD can be nearly impossible to see. The camera's main problem, as many have mentioned, is battery use. The camera comes supplied with batteries (wow!) but since this camera is such a joy to use, you'll likely go through them on your way to the store to buy the NiMH rechargeables that you'll need. I purchased a 13hr charger and 8 AA NiMH batteries for $40.00 at Radio Shack.

The advantage of the digital is that I've been taking many many more "memory" shots of my life with this camera then I ever did using the traditional chemistry based system. Another advantage is that the LCD lets you review the pictures right after taking the image. This can be a great feature at parties and the like. When it comes to a traditional camera, the outlay of the many dollars and the amount of time between shot taken and shot realized was too costly for me to take many pictures.

The disadvantages of digital cameras, at least at this cost level, are resolution (you really cannot beat the old system yet) and image control (focus, f-stop, zoom, etc.) but maybe I just haven't discovered those aspects of the camera yet.

All in all, a great "new to digital" camera coupled with a great place to buy it. Amazon.com treated me very well when I had some problems with the order. I highly recommend them.

2-0 out of 5 stars Good entry level camera
This camera was my first digital camera. It served the purpose at the time. You really need to fool around with the controls to get a good picture. I suggest that you get rechangeable battery unit as it eats battery life. I found the camera to be very heavy. People who have Windows ME operating system do not buy this camera. Afga at this times does not have drivers for the CL 30 for Windows Me. For the price, you can get a far better camera with higher resolution. (...) Digital cameras have come a long way in 2 years. (...)

2-0 out of 5 stars Not great...
The agfa e-photo smile camera itself would be fine, IF it didnt shut off thinking it had a low battery after you take only 2 or three shots. This happened in 2 - I ordered a second to be sure it was the camera. And the help line for Agfa is useless at best. They told me to try a camera battery and that would solve everything, EVEN THOUGH the camera CAME with two REGULAR alkalines and NOWHERE In the brochure does it say it needs that special battery. Id try another camera. Agfa IS generally a good brand, perhaps not with their low models, though. Pictures also very very very grainy in poor light.

2-0 out of 5 stars Great in High bad in Low resolution
Pictures taken in High resolution are realy nice, although colors are shifted litle a bit to blue, but when you set to Low Res to spare some memory space, pictures get some unexpected and ugly artifacts on homogenous surfaces (like face for example).

That's not only due to lower resolution but rather to something wrong in software resizing in camera's firmware itself.

If you take HiRes and resize on you PC, everything is OK.

If you want to be able to store 30+ pictures on your digital camera (you'll have to use Low Res), don't buy CL30. If you don't care how many pictures you can store before download, for less then 300$ you'll have nice 1M pixel / USB digital camera. ... Read more


10. Samsung Evoca 70SE QD Zoom Date 35mm Camera
by Samsung
list price: $180.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00004YZL1
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 7950
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Amazon.com Product Description

The stylish and ultracompact Evoca 70SE features a 35-70mmSchneider-Kreuznach power zoom lens and active infrared autofocusing. Photograph withconfidence in almost any situation with its advanced shooting modes, such asportrait zoom for people shots, continuous shooting for action, intervalshooting, landscape mode for horizon shots, switchable panorama, macro for superclose-ups, snap mode, and bulb shooting. The importance of subject lighting hasnot been overlooked with the intelligent flash, which offers fill-in whenshadows are cast on the subject, flash off for natural lighted shots, slowsynchro, and red-eye reduction to get rid of evil eye. It includes a self-timerso you can get in the shot when you want, and a dial to select quartzdate/time/caption imprints to keep track of your memories. ... Read more

Features

  • Ultracompact point-and-shoot camera
  • Power step zoom
  • 35-70mm Schneider-Kreuznach lens
  • Active infrared autofocus
  • Intelligent flash with red-eye reduction

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars fine camera
It's a camera which makes good pictures, I developed 4 rolls and not a single shot missed out (I use 200 iso film). I found out that it is better not to use the zoom in low light conditions. There are some disadvantages however, the buttons on top are too small, and espacially the flashmode and the on-off button should be larger. I found out that I don't use the functions on the wheel. For me the camera would have been ideal if the functions on the wheel would be on-off and the flash modes and the functions that are on the wheel now could then go to the tiny buttons. But.. perfect pictures still recommend it.

4-0 out of 5 stars GREAT VALUE, GREAT COMBINATION OF FEATURES
Looking for a reasonable price camera with up to date features? This camera is great for beginners, or a camera buff that wants something practical. Small, great for your pocket on trips. Great combination camera at a price that is not too high for your loved one that wants to try new things but also may have a tendency to loose things. Zoom, infrared autofocus, panoramic switchable, landscape mode, timer and more. ... Read more


11. Agfa 8MB Memory Card Plus Four NiMH Batteries for Ephoto Cameras 780/1280/1680/Cl50
by Agfa
list price: $85.00
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00004Z7PG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Agfa
Sales Rank: 66347
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Features

  • 8 MB memory card stores up to 120 photos
  • 4 rechargeable NiMH batteries
  • For Agfa 780, 1280, 1680, and CL50 digital cameras
  • Batteries provide 1.5 hours of continuous operation
  • Genuine Agfa quality accessory

12. Agfa 8MB Card For Ephoto Cameras 780/1280/1680/Cl50
by Agfa
list price: $69.00
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00004Z7FV
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Agfa
Sales Rank: 66273
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

13. Agfa PCMCIA Adapter For Ephoto Cameras 780/1280/1680/Cl50
by Agfa
list price: $77.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00004Z7RZ
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Agfa
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

1-13 of 13       1
Prices listed on this site are subject to change without notice.
Questions on ordering or shipping? click here for help.

Top