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21. Hewlett Packard PhotoSmart C618xi
$197.99 list($149.99)
22. Hewlett Packard PhotoSmart C215
$119.95 list($177.99)
23. HP PhotoSmart 635XI 2.1 MP Digital
$349.00 list($379.99)
24. HP Photosmart BMW Williams F1
$189.99 list($237.99)
25. HP PS620 2MP Digital Camera w/
$209.99 list($222.99)
26. HP PhotoSmart 635XI 2.1 MP Digital
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27. Hewlett Packard PhotoSmart 315
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28. HP PhotoSmart 850 4MP Digital
$396.88 list($446.99)
29. HP PS812 4MP Digital Camera w/
Too low to display $199.28 list($259.99)
30. HP Photosmart M307xi 3MP Digital
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31. HP PhotoSmart 735 3.2MP Digital
$124.95 list($259.99)
32. HP 612 2.3 MP Digital Camera with
$799.88
33. HP Pavilion m1171n Photosmart
34. HP Photosmart M517 5MP Digital
$229.99 list($249.99)
35. HP Photosmart M517 5MP Digital
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36. Hewlett Packard PhotoSmart C618
$189.99 list($282.99)
37. Hewlett Packard 320 2MP Digital
Too low to display $66.87 list($89.99)
38. HP 8887 R Series Digital Camera
$68.99 Too low to display list($79.99)
39. HP 8881 Digital Camera Dock for
$65.94 $49.00 list($85.99)
40. HP Photosmart C8886 Digital Camera

21. Hewlett Packard PhotoSmart C618xi 2MP Digital Camera w/ 3x Optical Zoom
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $724.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000051YGV
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 5151
Average Customer Review: 4.55 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The PhotoSmart 618 features a 3x high-quality Pentax zoom lens and a 2.1-megapixel CCD that captures images up to 1,600 x 1,200.The vivid photos are enhanced with the simple use of HP's PhotoSmart technology, which augments color and focus in poor shooting situations.The 16 MB CompactFlash card can hold up to 165 photos (minimum resolution), and you can easily and quickly download your photos via a USB port or card reader.Its comfortable point-and-shoot design make it easy to tote around on trips, and with either auto or manual control over aperture, ISO, picture and metering modes, you have your choice of easy automatic operation or creative control. ... Read more

Features

  • 2.11-megapixel sensor for prints at sizes up to 8 by 10 inches
  • 3x optical plus 2x digital Pentax zoom lens with autofocus
  • Included 16 MB CompactFlash memory card holds 29 images at default resolution
  • Connects with Macs and PCs via USB port
  • 4 AA batteries included; special features included JetSend for direct printer connectivity and manual shooting modes

Reviews (20)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Camera
This is my first Digital Camera and I am very impressed. I took the camera to Europe for 6 weeks. It was easy to upload the pictures to my Laptop and email them to friends. I took over 225 pictures and only changed the rechargeable batteries once. When I got home, I printed some of the pictures using an HP 1215 printer and as I was told "They look like a Postcard." The camera was easy to use and I used all of the default settings. The zoom was great and it work like a point and shoot.

5-0 out of 5 stars The best camera for a beginner
This past summer I studied in Cuba for a month. Of course this is once in a lifetime opportunity, so I had to get a camera and it HAD to be digital. I've never owned my own camera before and already too many moments in my lifetime have gone by without ever being recorded. I also have a problem with getting myself to the store and going through the tedious and costly process of developing film.
So I went ahead and purchased the HP C615 model and it was probably one of the best purchases I ever made. I also purchased the 96 MB memory card which holds up to 360 photos at the lowest quality (which is better than some film cameras). It was well worth it. All of the other American students whom I met in Cuba, were envious of the fact that I could selectively view and delete my pictures through the camera. In comparing film pictures with mine of the exact same images the HP 615 won out every single time. So that's not a bad large investment compared to buying film, lugging it around and then waiting for it to be developed. Now all I carry is the camera and an extra set of batteries.
Of course this review wouldn't be objective if I didn't put one complaint in. My only complaint is that the viewfinder is not very well lit. It's actually pretty dull compared to some other cameras that I've taken pictures with. It also does not provide a very accurate width of the actual photo that gets processed. But since I realize the fault of the camera, I know its OK to cut off people's arms straggling on the edges of the viewfinder because the photo comes out perfectly trimmed. This does cause a problem for those one or two occasions when you have to rely on a waiter or passerby to take your own photo. They usually include too much of the surrounding area. But I found a way to get around that too; now I set the zoom and area for the innocent bystander.
The pictures I take are breathtaking!! The colors are scintillating, and the lucid ambiance palpable. If you're just starting out this is a great choice. People who now view my photos assume that I have some kind of talent or training, but I am honest and admit to them that it's really the camera.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent for pros or beginners
I bought this camera last summer (...). this camera is extremely better, and aside from what you read, it is an excellent camera for point and shoot. it comes with a users guide on your computer that is useful if you want to do more difficult and more proffesional kind of photography, or you can simply just shoot photos ease and without worry. the options are endless and the picture quality is great. here at college, i use the camera a lot and share the pictures with my friends on email. this camera is durable, simple, and overall a great buy. and its right in between the cheap digital camera, and an the expensive ones.

5-0 out of 5 stars Pentax optics and H-P electronics equals Great Value!
After extensive research into 2 and 3 megapixel cameras, I settled on the H-P C618xi (identical to the C618 except for included software). I was going to Europe for two weeks and wanted to give digital photography a serious workout. Boy, did I make the right choice!
The camera is worth much more than it costs, an idea supported somewhat by resell prices higher than what I paid for it new. It has tremendous versatility: Easy to use automatic features for carefree snapshots and excellent manual capabilities for greater artistic control.
I do professional work for feature and spot news stories. Over the last two or three months, I gradually have pared down the "film" equipment I keep with me until all I take along is the C618xi. The lower JPEG settings are great for newspapers, yet the highest rez TIFF images reproduce perfectly in 4-color glossy mags. Instead of a bulky kit, now I have only a small tote with a wrist strap, containing the camera, 4 spare AA's, a lens brush and CF memory cards. That will last me all day in just about any setting. If I'm doing a flash-heavy shoot, I carry along 4 extra AA's just in case.
This camera is not as power-hungry as some I've seen. However, any user will find that 1600mAH NiMH batteries are the way to go to keep the energy costs down. My personal recommendation is to go with Ray-O-Vac: Their AA's are the highest potency around and they make a great compact 1-hour charger that will charge 4 AA's at once (...).
For the amateur or the professional, I can't recommend this camera highly enough. I wouldn't part with it for anything.

5-0 out of 5 stars very nice camera
i was looking for a digital camera with at least 2 megapixels in a certain price range, and after careful consideration, i chose this one. its a great camera. one of the criticisms i've seen about this camera was the size: i don't find this a problem, and i've had camera with the opposite problem (elph lt, which was sometimes too small to put your hands around). It has some very nice features, including remote control, easy to use menus, usb extension for easy download onto your computer.

with the 16mb memory that comes with it, you can take 28 pictures of really good quality. I'm still getting used to being able to look at the pictures right away and deleting them/etc.

i highly recommend this camera! ... Read more


22. Hewlett Packard PhotoSmart C215 1.2MP Digital Camera
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $149.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000051YGF
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 2679
Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The fully automatic C215 features a 1.3-megapixel CCD with 2x digital zoom--perfect for the Web or e-mailing photos to friends and family. Operation is completely intuitive with the camera's autofocus, autoexposure, and red-eye reduction, which are packaged in a simple point-and-shoot design. You can view your photos on the 1.8-inch color LCD monitor and then transfer them to your PC via USB from the included 4 MB CompactFlash card. Please note that a USB port or card reader is required for this camera. ... Read more

Features

  • 2x digital zoom lens with autofocus
  • Included 4 MB CompactFlash memory card holds up to 36 images
  • Connects to PCs via USB port
  • 1.3-megapixel CCD creates 1,280 x 960 images for prints up to 4 by 6 inches
  • Includes auto flash with red-eye reduction; 4 AA batteries included

Reviews (105)

2-0 out of 5 stars Inexpensive, but flash and design frustrate overall
This camera is relatively inexpensive, but it's not all it's cracked up to be. Battery life, flash charging time, image processing time, and poor design all conspire to make this a frustrating item.

Battery Life: The only time this camera works as it should (i.e., flash charges in a reasonable time, LCD can be used, etc.) is when used with superior (read "expensive") batteries. There are no rechargeable power options, and when sending photos to your PC, do not attempt to use any power cord but the one HP sells (for a hefty price) or else you run the very real risk of frying the camera.

Design/Ergonomics: The camera's design is very poorly executed. It is difficult to hold the camera steadily without placing your fingers over the lens; consequently one is forced to hold the camera in an awkward way. The viewfinder is not well aligned, and has no depth (i.e., your view out the viewfinder can change a good deal as you slide your eye from one side to the other). Finally, the trigger button has a poor feeling--it's requires that you press down too long.

Flash Charging: As noted above, with anything but the best batteries, the flash will take a ridiculous amount of time to charge up: upto 25 or 30 seconds. I've missed many a photographic opportunities waiting for the flash to warm up. Furthermore the camera's default setting upon powering on is with the flash enabled, and changing that setting takes several seconds too.

Images: This camera does produce good images in most light (although it tends to overplay reds in low light, and underplay reds outdoors). However the time required to process an image between one snapshot and the next is sometimes somewhat slow.

Price: Price is the only real strong point for this unit. In retrospect I would have opted up for something more, especially considering that the price of digital cameras seems to be dropping $50 or so every six months.

1-0 out of 5 stars NOT WORTH THE BOX IT CAME IN *******************************
i paid over 100.00 for this camera new. if i had the chance to buy another one brand new for 10.00 i would pass it up. this is the biggest piece of junk i ever seen in my life. to call customer service its 2.50 a minute with a 10 minute minimum billed to your phone bill. shame on hewlett packard. i will NEVER buy another hewlett packard product.

1-0 out of 5 stars A bug in the software will break the camera
This camera has two very bad problems. First, it goes through batteries like they're going out of style. Several other reviews have advised using rechargeable batteries, but in fact, that's a very bad option with this model. The user manual doesn't explain why, but on page 47 it says "do not use rechargeable batteries." I researched this a little - rechargeable batteries get too hot, putting the camera's innards at risk of melting. More importantly, any use of rechargeable batteries will void the service warranty. A voided service warranty would be bad under any circumstances, but it's especially bad in this case, because this particular camera is more likely to break than many others; there is a bug in its software.

There are two ways to delete pictures from the CF card. You can use the camera itself, or you can use your PC when you have the camera connected. The bug comes into play if you use your PC to delete pictures - you run the risk of "toasting" the camera's firmware. "Toasting" sounds bad, doesn't it? It is indeed very bad - the cost of repairing a "toasted" camera is much greater than the original price of the camera. (Meaning greater than the price of the camera when it was sold new two years ago.) Cameras under the service warranty are simply replaced, but if the service warranty has expired or is void, the customer must pay.

This is a well-known defect; in fact, it is one of the most-discussed problems involving the HP 215 on HP's "Support Forums." The original post dates back to September 19, 2001.

I was fortunate; my camera was still under warranty when it broke. I had an extremely difficult time with HP customer service, but eventually I did convince them to send a replacement.

The replacement camera is adequate, but that's about it. The on/off switch is poorly designed. It takes a delicate touch to properly turn the camera off, and I've lost count of the number of times I've accidentally left it on and returned to find the batteries dead.

The focus & shoot function is aggravating - to "focus" you must gently depress the button half way, and then you must wait for a signal before you can actually take the picture.

Judging the camera functioning as it was designed, I'd have given it 2 1/2 stars. With the software bug and HP's lousy customer service added in, it really doesn't deserve any stars at all!

1-0 out of 5 stars Junk
Don't waste your time or money. Buy something else. I bought this camera 2 years ago. It never worked well, devoured batteries, and the PC interface was so complicated it was not worth the effort. I threw mine in the trash--not even worth donating to a charity. That is how useless it is. Carly should be ashamed of this product.

1-0 out of 5 stars Sturdy....But Not The Best
Ok Here's The Deal...

the HP PhotoSmart 215 Is A Pretty God Camera...THAT IS....If You Have The Money For All The Batteries And The Patience Of The Loading Time In Between Photos!

Pros:
*Pretty Good Picture Quality

Cons:
*It's an HP Camera (Their Cameras Stink)
*The Loading Time Between Taking Photos Is FOREVER!!!!!
*Not Worth The Price (Even Though It's Low!!!)
*You Cant Use Rechargeable Batteries, Or It Will Fry The Camera. So You Have To Buy The Ultra Expensive Batteries That Only Last Like 15 Pictures.

Just Take My Advice, And Steer Away From Any HP Cameras, Do Yourself A Favor And Buy An Olympus Or Canon. ... Read more


23. HP PhotoSmart 635XI 2.1 MP Digital Camera
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $177.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000BZ2VU
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 2326
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Features

  • 2 megapixel sensor captures 1636 x 1236 images for prints up to 8 x 10 inches
  • 3x optical plus 4x digital zoom lens (for 12x total) with autofocus
  • 1.6-inch LCD; capture video with sound that's limited only by amount of memory
  • 16 MB internal memory; compatible with Secure Digital and MMC memory cards
  • Powered by 2 AA batteries (alkalines included, rechargeables recommended); connects to PCs and Macs via USB 1.1

24. HP Photosmart BMW Williams F1 Team R607 4MP Digital Camera with 3x Optical Zoom (Special Edition)
list price: $379.99
our price: $349.00
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0007TJVC2
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 1029
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Features

  • Powered by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery (battery and charger included)
  • 4.1 MP CCD captures enough detail for photo-quality 12 x 15-inch prints
  • 3x optical zoom with Pentax lens; 1.5-inch LCD display
  • 8 shooting modes, plus HP Real Life technology including HP Adaptive Lighting, which automatically brighten select areas of photos
  • stores images on SD memory cards; 32MB of internal memory

25. HP PS620 2MP Digital Camera w/ 3x Optical Zoom
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $237.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000069J9O
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 2825
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 2.0 megapixel sensor creates 1,600 x 1,200 images for prints at sizes up to 8 x 10 inches
  • 3x optical plus 4xdigital zoom lens (for 12x total) with autofocus
  • 8 MB internal memory with Secure Digital card slot
  • Connects to Macs and PCs via USB port
  • Powered by 4 AA batteries; NiHM rechargeables recommended

Reviews (13)

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Digital Camera for the Price Anywhere
I love this camera. It's by far the best value in a digital camera. I spent ages comparing features and prices. It has better resolution and zoom - 2.1 MP, 3 X optical and 4 X digital than cameras manufactured by the well-known camera companies, and for about half the price. The auto-focus, red eye eliminator etc. work very well. Out of the 400 shots I took the first three days I had the camera, only 3 were underexposed. The camera can take good, clear pictures of very small objects (12 X zoom, distant objects, interior, exterior. The silent movie option also works well. My only beef is that the batteries supplied with the camera only allowed me to shoot and upload about 400 pictures. So I recommend buying rechargables. This has replaced my older Cannon Eos Rebel.

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't Come Anywhere Near This Worthless Camera!!!!
Okay, so my birthday was a week ago ...My family knew I really wanted a digital camera, so they decided to pick the HP PS620 for me ...Just looking at the box told me that this was nothing to get excited about. Only 2 Megapixels? 3x optical zoom? That's it?

Yeah, I was polite and thankful upon getting it as a gift, but I'll defenitely be returning it with a speed!

Before you ever turn on the camera, you'll already be unimpressed. The camera feels very light and plastic-ish. Weighing in at a mere .46 pounds, this thing feels more like a children's toy than a real $200 digital camera.

Then you start taking pictures ...Anyone who has ever had a digital camera before will immediately notice the lack of features and options, and the picture quality can easily be obtained (surpassed, even??) with a much cheaper 35mm. There really isn't any special features or advanced options to speak of, and the photographer's creative control is extremely restricted. There is not even a Sepia or Black & White Mode to speak of, so any such editing of your pictures will have to be done on your computer, in a Photoshop program for example.

Many things that a serious photographer would like to have control over will be absent. The white balance, ISO, and the shutter speed cannot be controlled, they are all automatic! This becomes very frustrating.

There is also a "movie" mode, but I believe it is actually refered to as a "motion image" or "motion JPEG" or something. This is because you can't record the video with audio.

So really, the best thing to do is never, ever, ever buy this camera for yourself, or loved ones on their birthdays, either. Serious photographers will find absolutely NO significant controls to take charge over, feeling very restricted. The camera is simply too simple for them. Folks new to digital cameras will find themselves satisfied for now, but in a few months when they begin learning more and more about digital cams they will already be ready for an upgrade. So even for amateurs, the camera is not worth the price.

I recomend instead the Sony Cybershot P10. It does cost a bit more money, but new digital photographers will find a lot of options and controls at their disposal. Even though there's a bit more to learn with that camera, no one should be intimidated by it. Sony has made a very easily-accessible camera in the P10.

For even more advanced photographers, the Nikon Coolpix 5700 is an excellent 5.0 megapixel camera, with even yet more advanced features than the Sony P10.

Both of these cameras will make any photographer, amateurs and serious ones, very happy ...the price is a little higher, but anyone willing to give either a try will realize that the price is definitely worth it.

And as for this worthless camera? Anyone could eventually find that this simplified, point-and-shoot camera is hardly worth $200. I wouldn't pay one red cent for this thing.

pea sout

2-0 out of 5 stars Mine is defective
My camera has a problem where a lot of times, the picture breaks and disaligns, and I get a garbled picture. Does anyone have an idea of what to do???

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice Camera for the Price
This is a nice camera for its price (...).
3x Optical Zoom is good, but don't expect anything from digital zoom. There isn't much memory, though (You need an SD Card), and onboard memory only stores 7 photos at top resolution.

4-0 out of 5 stars Near perfect
This camera would be perfect if it had an automatic lens closing device...the lens cap that is attached with a little cord is always falling off! It is a real pain to keep checking it and putting it back on again...I feel it is only a matter of time before I damage the lens...wish I knew of some way to protect it. ... Read more


26. HP PhotoSmart 635XI 2.1 MP Digital Camera and Camera Dock
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $222.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000BZ2VG
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 7107
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Features

  • This bundle includes the PhotoSmart 635 camera and the HP PhotoSmart 8881 camera dock
  • 2 megapixel sensor captures 1636 x 1236 images for prints up to 8 x 10 inches
  • 3x optical plus 4x digital zoom lens (for 12x total) with autofocus
  • 1.6-inch LCD; 16 MB internal memory; compatible with Secure Digital (32 MB SD card included)
  • Powered by 2 AA batteries (alkalines included, rechargeables recommended); connects to PCs and Macs via USB 1.1

27. Hewlett Packard PhotoSmart 315 2MP Digital Camera
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $199.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000051YGP
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 3030
Average Customer Review: 4.07 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

This traditional point-and-shoot-style digital camera features a high 2.1-megapixel resolution that captures vivid images at up to 1,600 x 1,200 pixels.The tripod mount, as well as features such as flash fill and red-eye reduction, helps produce precision photographs.HP's JetSend technology gives the option of wireless printing in conjunction with compatible HP printers. The adjustable 2.5x digital zoom lens combined with a fully automatic focus and exposure system captures photos effortlessly in all conditions.You can store your photos on the included 8 MB CompactFlash card and share them over the Web or in print. ... Read more

Features

  • 2-megapixel sensor creates 1,600 x 1,200 images for sharp prints at sizes up to 8 x 10 inches
  • 2.5x digital zoom (no optical zoom) lens with autofocus
  • Included 8 MB CompactFlash card holds 17 images at default resolution
  • Connects with PCs and Macs via USB port
  • Uses 4 AA batteries (included

Reviews (81)

3-0 out of 5 stars Not bad for entry level digicam
If you can get this camera for less than $200, it's worth it. This is a perfect companion for those are new to digital imaging. Don't use the lowest quality (640x480) - not good for printing. The medium quality (1600x1200 with less compression) is best when you resize to 800x600 for printing (esp. in an under light condition). The best is to use 1600x1200 with the highhest compression - good for printing 8'x10".

8MB CF won't be enough for anything. Get at least 64MB or 128MB + rechargeable battery.

Pros 1: Don't need to install the software. Just plug-in the USB cable, and windows will take it as a removable drive. Very user friendly. The OS of the camera also very easy. My grandma will be able to use it without reading the manual. Pros 2: Not battery eater. I won't say it's the best, but I am quite satisfied. 80 pics taken with LCD on and transfer all of them with the same battery. Not to mention sometimes reviewing the pics taken. Pros 3: In almost totally dark condition, with highest setting, produce a decent quality.

Cons 1: For Win2K users only: all HP digicam won't support CF higher than 32MB for direct transfer. You need to get a CF Reader. I have 128MB Viking and I need a CF Reader to download all the pics. No problem with other windows. Cons 2: Don't use the digital zoom. It's horrible. Cons 3: USB Cable is very special - hard to find replacement. Cons 4: In the dark, there is no light/backlight. Not easy to control the cam.

5-0 out of 5 stars Point and shoot simplicity
I have owned this camera for almost 2 years and absolutely love it. For a point and shoot style of picture taking, in the digital realm, it can't be beat. I've taken almost 2000 snapshots with my HP315. I've used it on vacation, for family snapshots, for capturing images of woodcarvings for my website, etc. Typically, I use the medium resolution, occasionally the high res. Medium seems to be fine for viewing pictures online or for informal prints. High res is definitely better for printing w/ photo paper. The camera can be hard on batteries, but limiting the use of the LCD view screen greatly extends battery life. I essentially only use the screen to review the picture immediately after taking it (the camera defaults to briefly showing the image and allowing you to accept or delete it). I use the traditional view finder to take most pictures. This REALLY saves the batteries; to the point where I can't remember the last time I've replaced them. I would recommend a higher capacity CF card, I use a 128mb; also, a CF card reader is a must. If you're looking for a digital camera at around 2 megapixel for casual snapshots, this camera can't be beat!

4-0 out of 5 stars Simple To Use Digital Camera With Great Results
This camera is so easy to operate, I took it to a class reunion after having the camera for only 2 days. I took 35 pictures and emailed them to the school website and all the alums could download the photos they wanted. I had also purchased a 48mb flashcard, so I have been able to take 60 photos at the sharpest setting. I had heard about these cameras eating batteries, but I have taken well over 200 pictures, reviewed, downloaded, and erased with the same batteries that came with the camera. The battery indicator is still registering full battery capacity. I use the optical view finder to actually take the pictures. Photo quality is excellent and the software that accompanies the camera is also user friendly. You just plug the camera into either a serial or USB port and follow the easy steps to view or download the camera. After shopping the internet for the best features and prices of digital cameras and borrowing cameras from friends, I am really impressed with this camera. The only thing that keeps me from giving it the highest rating is that it doesn't have optical zoom, however, it does have digital zoom. This camera is a bargain for the price.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Camera
This digital camera takes wonderful pictures & its easy to use.
I printed 4x6 pictures on the HP Photo Smart Printer & they are better then pictures developed using a 35mm camera.....crystal clear. I would highly recommend this camera & it is for sale at a good price.

5-0 out of 5 stars Problems w/ CF over 32 = BS
I know that everyone says that there is problems w/ XP recognizing the cards over 32 mb, but there IS a fix online; I forgot where it was located, but I am currently using a 128 mb card with my camera, and it's working beautifully. ... Oh yeah, and the camera works beautifully, btw! ... Read more


28. HP PhotoSmart 850 4MP Digital Camera w/ 8x Optical Zoom
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $499.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00006LK1Q
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 2429
Average Customer Review: 3.95 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

You have to love a digital camera with a high level of zoom. Hewlett-Packard's Photosmart 850 offers 8x optical zoom in its relatively compact (for the optical length) lens. The camera itself, however, weighs over a pound. The camera also goes right into its 7x digital after you hit the end of the optical range, letting you seamlessly get closer to the action.

Unfortunately, the autofocus didn't always show us a crisp image on the LCD--the photos would show up sharply, but it was difficult to decide where exactly to line up the shot.

Other than minor issues with the zoom, we're enamored with the 850. Its 4.1-megapixel resolution results in deeply detailed images, while its 2-inch LCD displayed photos more brightly and in much higher quality than other digital camera LCDs. And the camera can record video (complete with audio) in clips of 288 x 216 pixel resolution and up to 60 seconds long. You can even record audio with your still photos to give them more life.

You'll want to spend some extra cash to upgrade the camera, however, as it only ships with a 16 MB Secure Digital media card. The optional docking station makes it easier to transfer images to your PC and also includes rechargeable batteries (the camera comes with four disposable AA batteries).

If you have a compatible HP printer, you can also print directly from the camera--no need to pass images through your PC. Although, if you do send your pictures to your computer, you can use HP's suite of tools, including HP's Instant Share, which lets you automatically send pictures to an e-mail recipient or the Web.

With its depth of resolution, high level of zoom, and versatility, the HP Photosmart 850 is a camera worth considering. --J. Curtis

Pros:

  • 8x optical zoom
  • Audio with still images
  • 60-second video clips

Cons:

  • Not as portable as some
  • Focus issues
... Read more

Features

  • 4-megapixel sensor captures 2,272 x 1,704 images for prints at sizes up to 11 x 14 inches
  • Autofocus lens with 8x optical plus 7x digital (56x total) zoom
  • Included 16 MB SD card stores 15 images at default settings
  • Connects with PCs and Macs via USB port; powered by 4 AA batteries (disposables included)
  • Movie mode records video and audio for up to 60 seconds

Reviews (43)

4-0 out of 5 stars New at digital but not 35mm photography! Lots of info!
I have been using 35mm cameras for 35 years taking pictures of the family, flowers, animals and landscapes so I think I know something about photo taking. I am a digital virgin though!
I shopped around before I purchased the HP-850. I was looking for a 35mm like camera with shutter (time exposures) and F-stop control, lots of zoom, macro ability, flash options (red eye & fill flash), good focusing abilities (low light and spot/averaging options), an easy to use inexpensive battery type and a reasonable price. All were there in the HP-850.
I recently used the camera on a trip to Hawaii where I tried all of it's options except the different white light options.
By purchasing a 110 Power Adapter cord from e-bay I was able to play with the many camera options and controls on my couch to learn the camera. I was also able to view the results and not use any battery power while doing all this.
I found the manual to be just fine. Naturally you have to be versed in 35mm camera use and wording to understand options and how to use them but that wouild be true with any camera.
The NIMH rechargable batteries lasted a long time (100+) photos. I used the power adapter each night to edit the days pictures so I really only used battery power to take photos. I did do some "on the spot" editing.
What I liked, and I liked a lot:
The powerfull zoom and the viewfinder indication (red box) when you transitioned into digital zoom.
The ability of the camera to take indoor pictures without a flash - it's amazing. Night time exposures were a lot of fun. With the amazing cameras natural bility to use natural light 1 - 3 seconds was plenty of shutter delay in all cases.
The flash red eye reduction and fill flash worked great but do take a few seconds to set up. I'm getting faster!
When Editing - the 4x enlarging option allows you to check focus detail over the whole picture. Also the second thought "are you sure" option before erasing a photo is great.

The view finder does not work until you get your face about 2 inches from the camera. This saves battery power.
The shutter can easily be partially depressed for focusing. You do noy easily set off the shutter.
I found the view screen great as a view finder when taking delayed shutter and time exposure photos.
The camera is light and fits my hand very nicely. The controls are easy to access and work. You do not need a tooth pick or pen. Once you learn the options and programs they make sense and are easy to use (I have not figured out the 4 white light options yet well enought to comment on them.
Shop around for a bag. Don't forget to make room for extra batteries and an extra memory disk.
I purchased a battery charger and two sets of NIMH rechargable batteries. I have not regretted it a minute.
What I did not like:
The camera takes some getting used to but then it may be me getting used to digital photography.
The view finder goes black and there is about a 1 - 1/2 (noticable) second delay before the camera takes the pictuer. This makes taking pictures of moving objects (ex = waved breaking or hitting a rock, standing wildlife - they seem to move constantly, people walking or swinging a golf club)a real challenge since you are never really sure what you are going to get and you have to anticipate. Of course you can always review and erase/try again. It also makes long distance shots using a lot of zoom very hard without a camera support of some kind.
My wife, who has problems with a point and shoot, had problems with the focus in low light (set at central area of view finder). She does not understand the need to aim the camera onto the focal point of the photo and 1/2 press the shutter button to set focus. She is smart so it would probably help if I spent some time a explained it to her.
The 16mb disk that comes with the camera is basically worthless as are the four batteries they provide.
When asking others (waiters, bus boys) to use the camera the view finder going black, the shutter delay (1 second about) and 1/2 shutter button focus really throws them. I usually had them take 3 pictures then edited for the best. It helped to tell them what to expect first off and of course thier patience and ability to listen/learn are factors.

5-0 out of 5 stars great features for less price
I bought this camera for it's 8X optical zoom. This one produces good quality pictures and the video capturing is okay. Probably you need to avoid zooming while capturing video clips. It's definitely not for people who are looking for point and shoot camera. It takes a while to get used to shutter speed. The digital zoom is an added feature but not exciting. The camera comes with 16mb SD card , it should be upgraded to either 128mb or 256mb cards. This one eats batteries hence rechargeble batteries are must. The additional accesories needed are AC adapter and S-Video cable. Other than price of the camera you need to spend about 100-150 USD to get it complete. Still it's worth the expenses compared to other branded camera's with simillar features.

4-0 out of 5 stars Take your time.
I've had this camera now for over a year and it is awesome. First of all to the people complaining about the battery life, you must have a faulty unit because my batteries last forever. I am always taking pictures and very rarely have to change batteries. I spent 4 days in Vegas and the Grand Canyon last year and took over 600 pictures and never even had to replace the batteries and that was also with constantly looking at the pictures on the screen and downloading them to my laptop without using a power adaptor. The pictures I have taken are awesome but you need to take the time to learn the camera options. For example you need to learn when to use the flash or change the shutter speed to get good shots. Its not complicated but most people don't bother to do this and then complain about poor pictures. Its your own fault. I even had a professional photographist complement pictures I have taken with this camera. The zoom is awesome. I have taken pictures of things over 1500 feet away and they look crystal clear. If you take your time and learn to use the many features of the camera you will be extremely happy with the results.

1-0 out of 5 stars Complete tease!Takes spectacular photos; operates deplorably
This camera when it works takes spectacular photographs. Superior quality. However, this camera's reliability in terms of operation is awful. It burns through batteries as if they were candy. I always have had to have extra batteries on hand. More significantly, the camera refuses to turn on at times (even with fresh batteries). It also refuses to retract its lenses when turned off sometimes as well. I am completely frustrated with this camera. It now refuses to work at all despite seemingly operating correctly. The quality of this product surprised me given my previous complete satisfaction with other HP products.

4-0 out of 5 stars New digital photographer
This is my first digital camera. I've had the camera for approximately 8 months. I have used it on two vacations and for family photo opportunities. So far I am very pleased with the camera and it's many functions. I could go on about all the good things but you, reading this, expect those things.
I have four things that I am having trouble adapting to after using a 35mm film camera for years.
1 - The screen going black and the delay in the shutter action really makes it difficult or almost impossible to take action shots. Even taking a standing animal or bird becomes hard because they move unpredictably. You can anticipate, and I'm getting better at that, but to visually follow a subject and take action pictures is impossible.
2 - The lense is super untill you get to the digital only point and then things get grainy. I now never use the digital section of the lense.
3 - It would really be nice to be able to manually focus. You can't.
4 - I would really like to put a polarizing lense on the camera but this is not easy to do and keep the "camera off" dimensions of the camera. Maybe HP has an adapter that will allow me to do this but "Camera World" in Portland did not know of any. ... Read more


29. HP PS812 4MP Digital Camera w/ 3x Optical Zoom
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $446.99
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Asin: B000063EMY
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 2904
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

The HP PhotoSmart 812 is a well-specified 4-megapixel digital camera with a Pentax 3x optical zoom lens. It's designed as a simple-to-use point-and-shoot replacement, and comes in a compact case with silver finish. While lacking any dramatic aesthetic impact, it does possess neat lines and has an overall feel of a well-constructed camera.

The controls on the HP 812 are straightforward. A power button is accompanied by a shutter button on the top of the camera, the latter surrounded by a mode-select wheel. This enables you to choose between video mode with audio, a time-lapse mode, or straight camera mode. On the back you find zoom controls, located where your right thumb naturally sits. The 3x optical zoom is complemented by a digital zoom to provide 21x total magnification. However, quality suffers when moving to the digital zoom, as with any digital camera.

The menus found via the LCD are straightforward to navigate. You can amend the quality of pictures taken, from one to four stars, with the latter providing 4-megapixel images suitable for print enlargements.

The image quality produced by the PhotoSmart 812 is impressive by typical digital camera standards. However, when stacked against competing 4-megapixel models it doesn't compare favorably. The depth of field is quite shallow, with only small areas of the picture in focus. The autofocus also struggles in low light. This said, it is worth remembering that other 4-megapixel cameras are often considerably more expensive than the 812.

The HP 812 is designed purely for ease of use and you can configure your images while on the camera to print or e-mail, thanks to the Instant Share technology. This is best served when used in conjunction with the HP camera dock, which is not supplied. This separately available dock enables you to easily share pictures and charges your camera batteries at the same time.

The batteries supplied with the camera are nonrechargeable lithium-ion, which have a decent lifespan. The camera will also take standard AAs in an emergency, but you'll only get limited life out of these--around five minutes before the LCD powers down. We recommend getting a set of rechargeables, like those supplied with the camera dock.

The HP 812 uses a Secure Digital (SD) card memory for image storage and is supplied with a 16 MB card. More memory will be needed, as the supplied card will only store five pictures at the highest quality. The camera will also take MultiMediaCard (MMC) memory, which is cheaper than SD.

The HP PhotoSmart 812 delivers what it promises, and provides an affordable compact point-and-shoot that anyone can use and take decent pictures with, which, thanks to the resolution, can be printed at large sizes. It will however, struggle to win over any photography enthusiasts with its dearth of manual controls. --Nick Baxter

Pros:

  • Affordable point-and-shoot 4-megapixel camera
  • Very easy to use and download to your computer
  • Good choice for beginners who desire 11-by-14-inch photo prints

Cons:

  • Dearth of manual controls
  • HP camera dock not included, but recommended for easy photo transfer
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Features

  • 4-megapixel sensor captures 2,272 x 1,704 images for prints at sizes up to 11 x 14 inches
  • Autofocus lens with 3x optical/7x digital (21x total) zoom
  • Included 16 MB SD card stores 15 images at default settings
  • Connects with PCs and Macs via USB port
  • Uses 2 AA batteries (disposable batteries included)

Reviews (24)

5-0 out of 5 stars WOW...WHAT A PICTURE !!!
I take a lot of pictures! I have 30 or so picture albums on line on Webshots. These are by far the best pictures I've ever seen. When you enlarge the picture the details stay sharp and focused! It's light enough to keep in my shirt pocket. The zoom is outstanding. The docking station makes recharging and downloading a snap! I would like a car charger. I have not looked for one yet, but I'm sure there is one out there somewhere. This little puppy even makes big movies! It's a work-horse in a small package. It is very easy to learn how to use. I never even opened the manual that came with it. You will love this camera!

2-0 out of 5 stars Decent- But only for outdoor still pictures!
I Previously owned the HP Photosmart 320, a decent 2 MP camera. I am somewhat dissapointed with the Photosmart 812. Anyone buying the PS 812 should be aware that there is a one to two second delay between the time that the shutter button is fully depressed untill the picture is actually taken. I've gotten tons of shots of the back of my baby's head- She'd turn by the time the camera actually took the picture! The images taken indoors are slightly off color and faded compared to my other cameras- seems to be the way the flash reflects off objects.The movie mode with sound is decent, and the outdoor pictures are fairly sharp. Even so the camera doesn't do that great of a job focusing. as mentioned in the other posts, the 812 is powered by 2 AA batteries, so even two NIMH rechargeables don't last more than 40 shots or a few minutes f movie mode. HP mentions in the manual that you must conserve the batteries, but many of the other companies out there get 300 to 800 shots on their baterries, so the 812 really cant be considered acceptable. Overall I'm thiking of switching to a Cannon.
The Cannon line of cameras seem to actually take a picture when you click- and they don't have a 4-5 second delay between shots while the previous picture loads to memory. Plus theres no nedd to chage the batteries every few pictures. HP definitely needs to get their act together.

1-0 out of 5 stars HP no tiene repuestos para sus camaras digitales
Un cordial saludo.
Les cuento que compre mi cámara HP812 en Amazon.com, me funciono regularmente, y ahora resulta que tiene una falla en el lente y pregunto al centro autorizado de soporte HP en mi país y me indican que si pueden arreglar la camara con un mantenimiento normal, perfecto!. Sino perderé mi inversión, por que HP no tiene repuestos para sus cámaras digitales a nivel mundial. Esto me desconcierta, por que siempre había confiado en esta marca, tengo muchos productos de ellos, y ahora estoy a punto de perder muchos dólares por su culpa.

Les recomiendo revisar otras marcas que si tengan un verdadero servicio al cliente, esto no es servicio al cliente, es la comercialización de cámaras "desechables", las vas a tener que cambiar tu cámara en 1 o 2 años. Triste no? para una inversión de tanto dinero.

Saludos, espero que te sirva mi experiencia al momento de tomar tu decisión, ahora me tocará comprar mi 3 cámara (las dos anteriores fueron HP), pero seguro no será HP.

1-0 out of 5 stars This camera cannot recharge its own batteries
Well I have this photosmart 812 camera and a C8881a dock. I thought it would be a good combo since it came with two sets of batteries and easy connectivity to my computer. Seems to have nice menu's and iPhoto recognizes the camera right away. Windows XP brings it right away as well in drive mode.

The batteries that came with the camera will not charge. According to HP the camera will not charge if the batteries less than 1.2v in them. Well of course new batteries out of the box will have less than 1.2v in them!!! HP says to upgrade the firmware on the camera which will fix this issue, but it still does not work! Another annoying thing is that you need to reset the date everytime you take the batteries out, or in this case whenever you unhook the camera from the dock since the batteries never charge!

5-0 out of 5 stars 812 and hps support packages
I have the hp photosmart 812 and as an artist have injoyed the camera ,I use it to document my work as well as others., and are very impressed with the photos. I purchased one of hp service packs for cameras from $299.00-$499.00 , I will tell you that it was the best investment I made, I droped my camera and with a phone call it was replaced the next day, This product and its support from hp are worth it. lens and a adaptor can be purchased to add on to this camera,a catolog is inclosed in the box from which to purchase . This camra is a 10 in my book. ... Read more


30. HP Photosmart M307xi 3MP Digital Camera with 3x Optical Zoom & M-Series Dock
by Hewlett Packard Office
list price: $259.99
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Asin: B0002RR9Q4
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 2731
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Amazon.com Product Description

With a sleek exterior and intuitive easy-to-use features, the 3.2-megapixel HP Photosmart M307 digital camera is small and light enough to take with you anywhere. This package includes the M-Series dock, which enables easy recharging of batteries and access to HP's Instant Share feature. The Photosmart M307 digital camera has an aluminum front and rubberized back. It also features a 3x optical zoom, large 1.8-inch LCD, 16 MB of internal memory, and compatibility with Secure Digital memory cards.

Photosmart M-series Dock
Use the HP Photosmart M-series dock to charge the included NiMH rechargeable batteries while your camera is docked. You can also easily transfer photos to your PC, print them to select HP printers, or share your images with HP Instant Share (see below).

Optics and Resolution
The Photosmart M307 has a 3.2-megapixel resolution for images up to 2048 x 1536 for print enlargements up to 11 x 17 inches. It also offers a 1280 x 960 (1MP) and 640 x 480 (VGA) pixel options. The autofocus 3x optical zoom lens (6-18mm; 40-111mm equivalent in 35mm photography) also offers a 5x digital zoom, for 15x total.

Movie and Audio Modes
In addition to capturing still images, the Photosmart M307 can also record video with sound that's limited only by the available memory (either internal or external memory card). Videos are captured at 320 x 240 pixels (QVGA) at 30 frames per second (fps). You can also make voice recordings of up to 60 seconds.

More Features
With a metallic finish, asymmetric body styling, signature curves and "wave-style" fingergrip, as well as clear and natural controls, this digital camera provides convenience and comfort. Its large 1.8-inch color LCD screen has a high 130-pixel resolution and can be easily viewed even in outdoor conditions. The fast-shot mode ensures that no photo opportunities go to waste, with a rapid shutter lag for capturing all the action.

Storage and Transfer
The internal 16 MB memory can store 8 images at the Best 3-megapixel setting (with each image approximately 1.6 MB). The camera also has a memory card slot that accepts Secure Digital (SD) and MultiMedia (MMC) cards.

HP Instant Share
HP Instant Share makes sharing, printing and saving digital photos easy. With 34 programmable email destinations, the user is able to share digital images with individuals or address lists straight from the camera. When the digital camera is later connected to a computer, either directly or via the optional camera dock, thumbnails of the selected photos are automatically sent to the pre-selected destination without burdening the recipient with large file attachments. E-mail recipients see thumbnails of the images in the body of the e-mail message, as well as a link to the web page where they can easily view, print, save, and upload the photos to online albums.

Power and Size
The camera is powered by two AA batteries; two photo NiMH rechargeable batteries are included. The Photosmart M307 measures 1.4 x 4.3 x 2.1 inches and weighs 4.8 ounces.

What's in the Box
This package contains the HP Photosmart M307 digital camera, HP M-Series Dock, two AA NiHM rechargeable batteries, HP Photosmart 3.3V AC adapter, USB cables (for connecting to PC and to printer), wrist strap, CD-ROM with HP Image Zone software for Microsoft Windows and Macintosh and American Greetings Create and Print Greeting Cards software. ... Read more

Features

  • 3.2 megapixel sensor creates 2,080 x 1,544-pixel images for 4 x 6-inch prints and enlargements up to 8 x 10-inches
  • 3x optical plus 5x digital zoom (for 15x total)
  • 1.8-inch diagonal LCD; records MPEG-1, QVGA video; includes M-series dock for connecting camera to a TV for slide shows and recharging
  • Compatible with Secure Digital/MultiMedia Card (SD/MMC); includes 16 MB internal memory
  • Powered by 2 AA NiMH rechargeable batteries (included); connects to PCs and Macs via USB

31. HP PhotoSmart 735 3.2MP Digital Camera with 3x Optical Zoom & HP PhotoSmart 145 4" x 6" Photo Printer Bundle
by Hewlett Packard Office
list price: $319.99
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Asin: B00021KN3G
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 5652
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 3.2-megapixel camera, 3x optical plus 5x digital autofocus zoom lens
  • Included HP 145 4" x 6" ink jet printer delivers up to 4,800 dpi printing for vivid color and crisp detail
  • Camera supports Secure Digital and MMC memory cards and USB
  • Camera has 4 memory card slots, 1 USB port
  • HP Photo & Imaging software; PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (30)

4-0 out of 5 stars A decent camera for the price
I recentley purchased this camera from target. I now wish I had purchased it from target.com, due to the $ 50 mail-in rebate. But, anyways the camera is a solid performer, I purchased it for taking basic everyday pictures. The 3.2 megapixels are more than enough for my photos. The zoom is the reason I bought it (15 x total zoom). I am happy with it overall. The uploading process is fairly easy too. If you plan on purchasing this camera, be sure to buy good batteries (NiMh) and a charger. You will be set to take pictures for a long time. The battery cover is very flimsy so be careful there, so you may want to buy a camera case. The internal memory is allright, but dont rely on it to store all your pictures. I also purchased the 64mb memory card and at the lowest quality you can take over 400 pictures with the card. The video mode is suprisingly decent, but don't expect to shoot whole concerts. Overall, for the price its a decent camera.

5-0 out of 5 stars 1800 photos in 3 months
I am an art student and I need quick shots for reference, inspiration, actual graphic work, and documentation of my other work. I have had this camera 3 months and have taken over 1800 pictures and video and I've been very pleased with it. I take it everywhere with me. It's proved itself durable.

If you invest in this camera buy rechargable batteries and extra memory. Plan on this with ANY digital or you will be unhappy with the result. I have used three other digital cameras of different MB capabilities and by different makers...the same is true with them.

This camera has a top display that is not on any other camera in this price range. Very easy to change flash/mode/quality settings without turning on back screen. A definate plus. Saves battery and time.

This camera is a little slow but it is not anything a little patience can not handle. It just takes a little getting used to. There is a setting to take several pictures quickly. I have not had the need to use this feature, but, it may help with those hard to catch quick moments if the need arrises.

The camera is also quicker if the flash is not on. Pictures do turn out better without flash and when not applicable I advise turning it off.

The colors on this camera are GORGEOUS. They are very vibrant and bright. I advise having a photoediting program however with any digital for even BETTER pictures. A small adjustment may be all the difference you need to make a picture that's too dark and useless to the best picture you took all day. Get the best out of your digital!

There are better cameras, but be prepared to pay. This is a great camera for what it is and for the money. Take it from someone whose in the visual field. Some reviewers seem very biased about this camera. Again be prepared to buy rechargable batteries and additional memory with ANY digital camera.

5-0 out of 5 stars Good job, HP!
I bought this camera from Target. It is a great camera. My only peeve is that the battery door is weak, and it broke while inserting batteries. I called HP and they promptly replaced the camera. I got my replacement in less than 2 days!! As far as power consumption goes, I don't use the LCD display at all. I also use NiMH rechargables, and I get about 65 pictures each charge. I use the optical zoom sparingly and transfer pictures to my computer about 3 times. I best feature about this camera is that it has a little display on the top, where you can adjust picture quality, mode and flash options. That, I guess saves a lot of battery power. All in all, a great product and I am really happy with it.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great pictures fast
For those of you having problems with the batteries... We finally bought more expensive, non rechargeable batteries. Otherwise you could only take about 5 pictures, and it took FOREVER to save them. Try Energizer Litium. They worked great right up until the time someone stole it!

2-0 out of 5 stars don't get it!!!!
Don't waste the money on this camera. Pictures are great but the baterrie life is terrible...At first I didn't mind replacing the batteries because I got the rechargeable pack but things haven't changed!!! I called HP on this problem the gentalman on the phone didn't understand the problem, he told me to use photo lithium batteries I bought a pair hoping this would cure the problem but nope same old batterie sucker!!!! ... Read more


32. HP 612 2.3 MP Digital Camera with 2x Optical Zoom
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $259.99
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Asin: B00005OUJU
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 2772
Average Customer Review: 3.76 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 2.3 megapixel sensor captures enough detail for photo-quality prints at 8 x 10 inches
  • 2x and 2x digital (4x total) zoom lens
  • 8 MB internal memory holds approximately 10 images at default resolution
  • CompactFlash slot for additional storage
  • Connects with PCs and Macs via USB port; uses 4 AA batteries (disposable batteries included)

Reviews (25)

4-0 out of 5 stars Don't let low reviews fool you
This is a great entry level digital camera. The pictures look good, even on the lowest quality setting. In response to the people who say the pictures are too dark, use some "photo-sense" and don't shoot into unlit corners. Or, simply force the flash option.

I particularly enjoy the large photo capacity. One the low setting the camera can hold 110+ pictures. If you find the need to take pictures on the maximum quality setting, an expandable memory card is recommended.

The only thing keeping me from awarding the 5th star is the fact that the AC adapter is sold separately, which is necessary if you plan to use the camera to recharge batteries. If you own a charger, then it's a moot point.

Let me say again for clarity, this is a great entry level camera. The photography enthusiast may not be won over, but for shooting birthday parties, holiday gatherings, and Jimmy's T-ball game, this camera is a good buy.

5-0 out of 5 stars Highly Reccomend It
After shopping around long and hard, I finally decided on the HP 612. I think my biggest reason for choosing it was the optical zoom. Which by the way, works quite well.

No one ever seems to talk about picture quality in reviews. Well I'm going to. The pictures as they come straight out of the camera are a little bit grainy. But it comes with ACD photo software, and all you have to do is click enhance, despeckle, and adjust your level, and it looks better than a lot of point and shoot 35mm cameras. It captures skin tones very well, it captures the complex greens in outdoor settings, and the lighting is very accurate. I'm very pleased with the quality of the photos after playing with them in the software.

It has a very nice preview screen, as most digital cameras now do, and a very simple interface. Its somewhat bulky, but still very comfortable to use. And you just don't find optical zoom in this price range. Overall, I think I made the best decision for my price range and needs, and I highly reccomend this camera.

1-0 out of 5 stars Dont start with this camera, you will hate all others
Have a very bad experience with this camera,
-never think about having good picture using the medim and high quality options
-never expect an indoor good quality
-battery eater
-sometimes you have to manually push lens if it stop moving

5-0 out of 5 stars Great camera for beginners
I got this camera a year ago. I needed a light-weight, point-and-shoot camera that I can take with me everywhere without bothering to carry a big case, lenses, films and all the other stuff. Having excellent experience with other HP products, I chose a HP and I never regreted that (I already took more than 9,000 (nine thousand) photos since I got it... and is still working! ;) )

The pictures it takes don't even dream of being "pro" ones, but it has gorgeous colour tones (comparing to other cameras in this price range) and does great clear pictures in day-light (it is, after all, a ISO100 equivalent camera, so don't expect it to give you too sharp pictures for dark rooms, although the flash does help a bit. In darker areas, the pictures came out a bit grainy, and if it's really dark, they come out blueish - a thing that can be repaired in PhotoShop and... it's ok, as it's only doing the "blue" thing in very low light).

I use the camera with an extra CompactFlash of 128MB (it can hold 138 pictures taken at maximum quality), and I use a pack of Kodak rechargeable batteries of 1800MAH which drain after about 150-170 high quality pictures. If you keep the window open too much of the time, the battery life may go down 20-30 pictures. I would say this is a great battery life for a digi cam! For those who cry that this camera is a battery drainer - try other cameras! :) Anyone who thinks of buying a digital camera should consider buying a recharger with batteries.

Downloading: easy (through the HP software - just plug in the USB cord and off you go!), fast(!), and the HP printing software provided with the camera can help a beginner or the rushy person to quickly enhance the brightness and the tones of a photo taken in too lower light.

Printing: I finally decided to print a couple of the photos I took woth my HP 612, and went to my photolab (Photo 1-2-3, Toronto) and the 4x6 pictures came out at the SAME quality as the ones on a ISO200 film taken with my SLR Canon EOS. This is great! Anyway, I don't think I would go bigger than 5x7, though it says on the camera that you can go up to 8x10 :)
Should I say that my Hp deskjet 3820 gets the best of those pictures too? :) I think HP will thank me for my review here, but it is true. :)

If you are a beginner or you just need a camera to carry with you practically everywhere, this is the one: you've got quality, good colours, optical zoom, easy shooting, fast downloading, and all for the lowest price you can find!

4-0 out of 5 stars Not Bad! Good Seller Should buy from him again... prob will
I bought a camera from him and i gave it a 4 because the cam says 2.31 megapixels and the cam i had was 2.1 megapixel also from hp and the thing is that this cam is not performing 2.31 megapixel i am sure of it.. the pics from the 2.1 cam was better than the one i just bought from him *refurbished* 2.31.... anyways i will not return it because I woudn't want to wait an other week ... if you give me a chance i like to return it and get the one i had before which got stolen .. it's the one before this one so email me to yamelmontero@hotmail.com and let me know the price is not far apart less than 20 dollars but this one cost more so it's ok... bye. ... Read more


33. HP Pavilion m1171n Photosmart Minitower (Refurbished)

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Asin: B0008E4I42
Catlog: Personal Computer
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34. HP Photosmart M517 5MP Digital Camera with 3x Optical Zoom & M-Series Dock Bundle

Asin: B0009JQRP4
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
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35. HP Photosmart M517 5MP Digital Camera with 3x Optical Zoom
list price: $249.99
our price: $229.99
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Asin: B0009JQROU
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
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Features

  • Stores images on SD memory cards; powered by AA-size batteries (rechargeable NiMH batteries included)
  • 5.0-megapixel CCD captures enough detail for photo-quality 13 x 17-inch prints
  • 2.0-inch LCD; 3x optical zoom
  • 32MB of internal memory
  • Edit on a PC using included HP Image Zone software; e-mail photos (without attachments) using HP Instant Share

36. Hewlett Packard PhotoSmart C618 2MP Digital Camera w/ 3x Optical Zoom
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $603.99
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Asin: B00004Y5U0
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 4022
Average Customer Review: 4.23 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 2.1-megapixel sensor for prints up to 8 by 10 inches
  • 3x optical plus 2x digital zoom Pentax autofocus lens
  • Included 16 MB CompactFlash memory card holds 28 images at default resolution
  • Connects with Macs and PCs via USB port
  • Uses 4 AA batteries (disposable lithium batteries included); jointly designed with Pentax; uses Digita operating system

Reviews (39)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great looks, optics, value, flexibility
In addition to all the other comments here, the HP C618 has a couple of very appealing features:

- Traditional Pentax "retro" appearance, more resolution than most people need, very nice onscreen menus, unique IR blasting features, automatic lens cover, and picture quality is light-years better than my last camera (especially on outdoor shots). The default 16mb card stores 100 800x600 images or 29 1600x1200 images at "better quality"

- PC Connect mode simulates a generic hard disk to both Macs and Win2K (no software or adapters needed for to connect to an average PC, plug it in using any standard USB printer cable)

- Scripting language is very useful, I downloaded several free scripts and documentation from the ... site and had them copied to flash in minutes...I've since written a couple of scripts, including one for "bracketing" shots (takes multiple pictures with various exposure or zoom levels)

On the flip side, you'll need to accept that...

- The battery drain is significant at times...I found some AA couldn't provide enough oomph when the camera what shooting (especially several shots in a row). The includes AA Photo Lithium batteries were flawless and provided 200 shots with a high percentage of flash shots, screen usage, and USB connections. I plan on trying Radio Shack NMH rechargables as people suggest

- The flash is too bright on indoor shots less than ~5 feet...as others suggested, I've taped some tissue over the flash and sometimes also have to reduce the exposure setting to get a good shot in these cases. If you're doing eBay or inventory work you'll need to set up other sources of light. and disable the camera flash.

- There was not as much software included for Macintosh computers...just some generic image editing tools (the ... site claims to have a free software download for Macs but the link is broken and you end up getting their software for an older HP camera). I honestly don't think this is a big deal, as the connections to my Mac are so easy in USB drive mode I'd just assume not clutter up my disk with stuff I wouldn't use.

I love this camera...originally I'd thought I'd wanted the cute little Canon ELPH S100 but the HP has better optics, value, and customization using the scripting language. I also was very impressed with the Kodak 3400 (this was a close call but the asthetics, scripting, 3x zoom, and USB drive emulation on the HP won me over)

2-0 out of 5 stars This is a great camera!
This camera is so easy to use, and it takes great pictures. I put off buying a digital camera for a long time. Too complicated, I thought. Too much to learn, it'll be a hassle to use with the computer. But our business required that we advance and go digital. When it came, I was apprehensive. But within minute's of reading through the basic operation's manual, I was snapping pic's around the house! Wow, I thought! What took me so long?! It's very user-friendly, it feels and fits well into your hand, is light-weight & has a large view window. I like that it's a marriage of both HP and Pentax technologies. Both companies that I know and trust. It come's with an infra-red remote to snap shots, but I found this a little tricky to use as you have to get it pointed at the camera just right in order to triger a shot. The automatic timer works better. There was one clitch however. It was draining the batteries over night. I called HP and they somewhat hinted that, yes, that was a little problem with a few of them. But it was no problem at all to swap it for another new one with either Amazon, or HP. I'm glad we opted to try again and not choose another brand. The 2nd. one has a much longer battery life (week's), and we use it a lot. If this is to be your first digital camera, I'd recommend you also order an extra flash card, extra set of rechargable batteries and a re-charger, and a card-reader. I like the "SanDisk" reader. It's simple and easy to use. So figure on spending at least another $100.00 on accessories. For a mid-range digital camera, in my opinion, this one can't be beat.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Camera for the Price
I have had this camera for about a year and I love it. All in all we have taken about 2000 pictures with it and we love the b/w, color, or sepia option. I have taken some really beautiful pictures that are worthy of being framed and out on the wall. I have noticed the battery problem but that is easily fixed by getting rechargeable batteries and putting the quality on good (you still get great pictures). I would say that we can take 125-150 straight shots with the rechargeable batteries. I have not had to talk to HP tech support so I can't comment on that. We did take this camera to Hawaii and got about 400 absolutely great pictures. I also found that it is incredibly easy to download and email my pictures. Once they are downloaded I email them to friends/family or I burn them onto a CD for people as a photo album, it saves a ton of money. I think a lot of the problems that other reviewers have run into have less to do with the actually camera as it does with either tech support, or technology problems with their computers. If you follow the setup instructions, this camera is very easy to use on the computer and a lot of fun to take pictures with.

1-0 out of 5 stars not worth the effort
The camera took great pictures, but downloading from it to the computer would not work. I had to buy a card reader. Battery life was very short. The camera circuit board blew in less than 18 months and would cost $250 to fix, making it worthless. I'll never buy another HP camera.

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't buy it!
I bought this camera more than a year ago. I'd rate it 5 stars except that I had the following problem: The door of my battery compartment got broken! The problem looks silly enough, but upon calling HP they "simply" told me that my product is 'out-of-warranty' and they don't service it anymore. Even worse, they offered a trade up with a newer model. After checking the prices for the newer models, it turned out that they're buying back my camera for less! All the service centers that I could find on their websites told me that they don't service digital cameras (not only mine). So here I am with a great camera that's totally useless because of a broken plastic part and a lousy customer service. ... Read more


37. Hewlett Packard 320 2MP Digital Camera w/ Docking Station
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $282.99
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Asin: B000069IF5
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 7936
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Enjoy solid performance with the easy-to-use HP Photosmart 320 digital camera, which features 2.1-megapixel resolution--for quality prints up to 8 by 10 inches--and a 4x digital zoom. And with the HP Instant Share feature, you can select up to 14 destinations to deliver your digital photos the next time you connect to your computer, including e-mail addresses, printers, and more. This version of the Photosmart 320 includes the Photosmart camera dock with rechargeable batteries.

Optics and Resolution
Featuring a CCD sensor with 2.1 million effective pixels, the Photosmart 320 creates images up to 1,600 x 1,200 pixels and prints up to 8 by 10 inches. Like with many other entry-level digital models, HP keeps the price low by using a focus-free lens with no optical zoom. A 4x digital zoom does bring your shooting subject closer like an optical zoom, but at the expense of image detail.

Storage and Transfer
Store photos using the 8 MB internal memory. The Photosmart 320 also features a Secure Digital slot for optional SD memory cards.

Movie Mode
In addition to taking still photos, the Photosmart 320 can also record silent movie clips of up to 30 seconds at a frame rate of 15 fps. The QuickTime Motion JPEG format offers a limited resolution, which is great for capturing a short movie that can be e-mailed to friends and family, but is no replacement for a true camcorder.

More Features
With the included HP Photosmart 8881 digital camera dock (which includes four rechargeable NiMH batteries), you can connect easily to your PC or TV, plus recharge your camera batteries.

You can easily print photos directly from your camera to an optional HP Photosmart, HP PSC 950 all in one, or HP Deskjet (excludes 600 series) printer with USB connectivity--no PC required.

Other features include:

  • Built-in flash with red-eye reduction.
  • 1.5-inch backlit LCD display for preview and review of photos, battery levels, photo counter, and flash modes.
  • 10-second timer

Power, Size, and Contents
The camera is powered by four standard AA batteries. We recommend a set of rechargeable NiMH batteries. It measures 4.4 by 1.7 by 2.7 inches and weighs 5.6 ounces. This package includes the Photosmart 320 digital camera, four AA alkaline batteries, USB cable, hand strap, and CD-ROM with HP Photo & Imaging software and USB drivers for Windows and Mac. ... Read more

Features

  • 2.0 megapixel sensor creates 1,600 x 1,200 images for prints at sizes up to 8 x 10 inches
  • Fixed 38 mm lens with 4x digital zoom
  • 8 MB internal memory with Secure Digital card slot
  • Connects to Macs and PCs via USB port; powered by 4 AA batteries.
  • Includes HP Photosmart Digital Camera Dock, AC adapter

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Good if you're on a tight budget
I'm on a really tight budget, so I went with this camera since the price was right. I would recommend getting a more powerful camera if you want the photos to look good. I had to buy a $70 memory card to add to this camera because you can only take 8 photos at a time. There is an option that use can use lower resolution (1 star is the worst- never use this setting, because it is terribly grainy and you can't tell what is in the photo; 2 stars is also very bad; the highest is the 3 stars, and this setting takes decent photos). This camera is not as good as I thought it would be, but you get what you pay for. The pictures often come up with bad quality, but you can't really help that. If you can, buy a better camera because the resolution isn't that good.

What is good about this camera? It is easy to use, and it has a window in which you can preview the photo. It is also easy to use and user friendly. ... Read more


38. HP 8887 R Series Digital Camera Dock for R507, R607 & R707 Digital Cameras
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $89.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B0001GV58E
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 251
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Amazon.com Product Description

The HP R-series camera dock makes it easy to connect your R-series HP Photosmart digital camera to your computer for transferring, printing, and sharing of photos and videos. It also enables in-camera battery recharging (AC adapter and rechargeable batteries included) as well as a second battery with the additional charging bay. You can also print photos to PictBridge-compatible printer directly from the dock without having to go through your PC.

Show your dazzling photos to friends and families through your TV with the included A/V cable. You'll be able to run photo slideshows using the included remote control.

With HP's Instant Share feature, you can customize your camera with e-mail aliases and distribution lists of your family and friends. For each picture, you can designate up to 14 destinations, including e-mail addresses, compatible printers, and more. Once you attach the camera to your PC, your photos are optimized and automatically sent to the destinations you've selected.

What's in the Box
This package contains the R-series camera dock (model C8887A), rechargeable lithium-ion battery, USB cable (2.0), A/V cable for connecting dock to TV, remote control (with included battery), and 3.3-volt AC adapter. The dock measures 5.26 x 2.13 x 1.26 (W x D x H). It's backed by a 90-day limited warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • Easily transfer images to your PC or watch photo slideshows on TV
  • Recharge both camera's batteries and a second battery
  • Instant Share feature allows you to e-mail images to family and friends
  • Comes with USB cable, remote control, and rechargeable battery
  • Compatible with HP Photosmart R-series models

39. HP 8881 Digital Camera Dock for the 320, 620, 720, 812, 850 and 945
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $79.99
our price: $68.99
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Asin: B000063EN5
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 1003
Average Customer Review: 3.75 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • For HP PhotoSmart 320, 620, 720, 812, 850 or 945 digital cameras
  • One-touch save and print control one-touch connect to your television, PC, Mac, and printer
  • Enables instant sharing of photos
  • Share with up to 14 destinations including to e-mail addresses, printers and more
  • Recharge your camera--includes 4AA NiMH rechargeable batteries

Reviews (8)

5-0 out of 5 stars Very nice for your camera to have a fully function home.
This camera port is absolutely perfect for me because it gives me a place to keep it.
But that is just the least of it. While sitting in it's little cradle, it is charging it's batteries and tied directly to the computer.
I love this because you don't have to plug in, and unplug just to connect it to your computer. The same goes for charging. For that matter it's a plus not to have to remove the batteries just to charge them.
I guess I love it because it does everything I need it too by just setting it in it's home.
I must add one more thing, I certainly do like how when you set it in the cradle, my computer opens it up just like a hard drive.
This is a must to whomever owns a PhotoSmart.

5-0 out of 5 stars Show your pictures on TV
This is the best thing you can get if you have a PhotoSmart camera!!!

It charges your batteries IN YOU CAMERA!!

You can go to parties, take pictures, show the pictures on a TV and charge your batteries to boot.

Your computer will automatically detect when you put the camera in the dock and open it up like a regular disk drive.

This thing took every ounce of effort that makes digital photography a chore. So now I take thousands of pictures. I don't have to worry about charging the batteries, uploding the photos- just shoot and dock. Shoot and dock. That's how digital photography is supposed to be like.

1-0 out of 5 stars Does NOT work with the HP Photosmart 612 Digital Camera
Despite the Manufacturer's statement that this dock works with the HP Photosmart 612 Digital Camera it flat out does not. I recently checked out the dock (having not had an opportunity since purchasing it several months ago) and no where/no how does it work with the HP Photosmart Camera Dock 8881.......I went to the HP website to be sure and per the HP website, the 612 is NOT on the list of compatible cameras for the 8881 dock. Unfortunately, and lesson to be learned, I TRUSTED what I read on the Amazon page advertising this dock and purchased it as such. Now I am out quite a few bucks and it is probably too late to return it to Amazon (since don't have the packaging now, and the time frame of which it was purchased..... Warning: DON'T trust some things in print.........check it out FIRST through the manufacturer to be absolutely sure.....

4-0 out of 5 stars a good deal if you don't have a card reader or charger kit
the hp 8881 is compatible with hp's 320, 620, 720, 812, 850 and 945 cameras. each camera comes with a dock insert so that they can use this universal cradle. this cradle is small, lightweight, and very portable. it charges the camera's NiMH battery pack, connects via USB to your computer for downloading files, and connects to a TV for slideshows.

you don't really need this cradle since you can replicate its functions with a card reader, battery recharger kit, and RCA cables to connect to your TV. but it's a lot more convenient to just drop your camera into the cradle to download files and start recharging those batteries....

a final note. this cradle offers a regular usb computer connection. it would have been nice to have usb 2.0 for faster downloads but maybe for the next product iteration.

i hope this helps you with your buying decision. peace.

2-0 out of 5 stars Problems with Batteries
I was very happy with my HP 850 and its charger base until about two weeks ago. The problem started when my camera would not go on, when I turned the on switch the only thing that would happen was the memory card light would flash about five times. After some time trying to get through to teck support I was told by them that batteries were causing the problem. It seems very silly to me since they were the ones supplied with the charge base. but sure enough when I changed the batteries the camera worked fine. this is the only problem I have had with the camera or the charge base in the six months I have had the camera. ... Read more


40. HP Photosmart C8886 Digital Camera Dock for HP 935, 735, 635 and 435 Digital Cameras
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $85.99
our price: $65.94
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Asin: B00008LUO8
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 753
Average Customer Review: 2.83 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The HP Photosmart 8886 digital camera docking station enables in-camera battery recharging (AC adapter and rechargeable batteries included). Cutting down on desktop clutter, this convenient remote-controlled device enables you to easily transfer image files to your PC, print photos, or even view images on TV--all in one easy step.

With HP's Instant Share feature, you can customize your camera with e-mail aliases and distribution lists of your family and friends. For each picture, you can designate up to 14 destinations, including e-mail addresses, compatible printers, and more. Once you attach the camera to your PC, with a USB cable or optional camera dock, your photos are optimized and automatically sent to the destinations you’ve selected. ... Read more

Features

  • Easily transfer images to your PC
  • Recharge camera's batteries
  • Instant Share feature allows you to e-mail images to family and friends
  • Comes with USB cable, remote control, and rechargeable batteries
  • Compatible with PhotoSmart 735 and 935 models

Reviews (6)

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't Buy it - HP's Customer Service is a JOKE!
I am happy with my digital camera, and bought the camera dock so I could use the rechargeable batteries that are supposed to last longer. The dock arrived in great shape, but the batteries were so low that the dock would not charge them. I got out my trusty owners manual, and the solution is 1) Go out and buy new batteries, or 2) go out and buy a battery charger. The DOCK was supposed to BE my BATTERY CHARGER! HP has no warranty card included, and no phone number to call to ask them to send new batteries. They hung up on me when I finally found the number on the Internet and called. They were not helpful at all, and the people I spoke to were complete jerks. This ends my association with HP forever.

1-0 out of 5 stars Dock overcharges and damages batteries
I bought the 8886 dock along with a photosmart 935 camera.
The dock is convenient for transfering pics to the PC.

But my dock overcharges the batteries.
You can feel the camera getting hot to the touch after it's been sitting in the dock for a while. The labels on the batteries start to bubble and peel off. It's left melted material around the battery contacts inside the camera.

A recharging dock should allow you to leave the camera plugged in, and shouldn't overcharge your batteries or damage your camera.

I am very disappointed in my 8886 dock purchase.

4-0 out of 5 stars Is This Dock Really Necessary?
I really did not want to buy a camera dock, as I felt they were 'extravagant', but I quickly learned how handy they are. First, I always know where my camera is - and believe me, I tend to lose things. Digital cameras use a lot of batteries and I used to have a special double nickel battery on another camera that lasted a while, but was nearly $16.00 per battery. The NiMH batteries (Nickel)are rechargeable overnight, so all I ever need is an extra set to alternate. The dock is also always attached to my PC, so I can easily download my pictures by simply placing the camera in the dock. There is also an extra line to connect your dock to your TV to view you pictures, but this is extraneous, as I just watch them on my computer monitor. You can also send your photos to email, a folder, PhotoShop or any other destination you want. I like the fact that all I need to do is install it once and just take my camera from it when needed. The only feature I feel is really unnecessary is the remote control. However, if you do use your TV, this could be handy for couch lovers. For the price, it is a handy tool to have around. This camera dock is very easy to use and a space saver. It looks cool too.

5-0 out of 5 stars WOW!
This compact desk item works very well - just like the ad promises. It comes with two set of batteries (one set rechargable andone set for the remote). This is one item you will want to help organize your pictures and to show them off to friends and family!

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent product!
Glad I bought the 'dock'. It allows me to easily view photos on my TV and it charges my 'rechargeble batteries' easily while I am at home without taking them out of the camera.
Two things that I recommend you will need when purchasing this camera:
1. A set of rechargeable NiMH/1800 to 2200 mAh batteries.
2. A 128, or even better, a 256 Secure Digital Memory card to better handle the many pics you will be taking.
You'll love this camera. It's so automatic! ... Read more


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