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141. Olympus Camedia C-4040 4MP Digital
142. Panasonic DMC-FX5S 4MP Digital
Too low to display $199.95 list($439.99)
143. Minox DC4011 4MP Digital Camera
144. Samsung Digimax V40 4MP Digital
145. Pentax Optio 450 4MP Digital Camera
146. Sharp VE-CG40U 4MP Digital Camera
147. Samsung Digimax 410 4MP Digital
148. HP PS812 4MP Digital Camera w/
149. PanasonicDMC-LC40K 4MP Digital
150. FUJI FILM FinePix A345 Digital
151. Casio QV-4000 4MP Digital Camera
152. Epson PhotoPC 3100Z 3MP Digital
153. Contax Kyocera U4R Digital Camera
154. Konica Revio KD-400Z 4.13MP Digital
155. Leica Digilux 4.3 2.4MP Digital
156. Vivitar Vivicam 3825 4MP Digital
157. Panasonic DMC-LC5K 4MP Digital
158. Photosmart 812 Digicam Bundle
$175.00 list($499.99)
159. Photax 3-in-1 Digital Camera,vdo,

141. Olympus Camedia C-4040 4MP Digital Camera w/ 3x Optical Zoom
by Olympus
list price: $1,149.99
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Asin: B00005MEN6
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Olympus
Sales Rank: 2975
Average Customer Review: 4.23 out of 5 stars
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The Olympus C-4040 Zoom succeeds the C-3040, and ushers the C-series into the 4-million pixels category.With a 1/1.8-inch, 4.1-megapixel CCD sensor, the camera produces images at up to 2,272 x 1,704, for a printed size of 11-by-14 inches. For further pixel depth, Optimum Image Enlargement mode (OIE) digitally interpolates JPEG images up to 3,200 x 2,400 pixels. Images can also be recorded in uncompressed TIFF format. The included removable 16 MB SmartMedia card stores 20 images at 2,048 x 1,536. You can record movies with sound in QuickTime movie mode; the highest quality clip captures at 320 x 240 pixels and 15 frames per second. For added personalization, you can attach four-second audio memos to still images in-camera, and rerecord audio over images with the included Camedia Master software.

The superbright and ultrafast f1.8 Olympus aspherical zoom lens offers a 35-105mm range (35mm equivalent) with a 3x optical zoom and an additional 2.5x digital zoom. Along with manual focus, the lens features TTL iESP contrast-detection autofocus with a normal focus ranging from 0.8-meters to infinity, and macro from 0.2 to 0.8 meters. Information is displayed on the main color LCD and top-positioned LCD screen. The color LCD screen measures 1.8 inches diagonally with a 114,000-pixel capacity and includes a brightness adjustment. You can use either the color viewfinder or optical, real-image viewfinder for shooting.

The camera offers complete control and versatility, a key point coveted by the advanced photographer. You set exposure to automatic or manual with three modes: programmed autoexposure, aperture priority auto, and shutter priority auto. ISO sensitivity adjusts to automatic or manual with selectable equivalent ISO ratings: 100, 200, and 400. This camera also features ESP, spot, and multispot light metering; burst-mode at two frames per second for up to eight frames; and in-camera sharpness settings.

The all-black camera body includes a rubberized lens barrel and a grip for all-weather durability. The rubber lens barrel protects the lens when the lens cap is off, while a tethered line ensures the lens cap never gets lost. The built-in flash includes six modes: automatic, low, and backlight; red-eye reduction; fill-in; forced off; slow shutter synchronization, first curtain and second curtain; and red-eye reduction with slow shutter synch. The external flash terminal permits automatic, forced on, forced off, and a variety of optional extension cables for PC sync flash.

The camera requires power from one of three choices: two included 3V lithium-battery packs; four AA batteries, not included; or continuous power via AC adapter, not included. The AutoConnect USB port allows for easy connectivity to any computer without the need to install drivers (except for Windows 98). Since the camera is recognized as a storage drive, you use the familiar drag-and-drop functionality, too.

The camera package includes a 16 MB SmartMedia card, (2) LB-01 CR-V3 lithium battery pack, RM-1 wireless remote control, A/V output cable, USB cable, shoulder strap, and lens cap with retaining cord. The bundled software is Camedia Master Software and Adobe Photoshop LE. Olympus covers the camera for one year on parts and labor. ... Read more


  • 4-megapixel sensor captures 2,272 x 1,704 images for prints at sizes up to 11 x 14 inches
  • Bright f1.8 autofocus lens with 3x optical plus 2.5x digital (7.5x total) zoom
  • Included 16 MB Smartmedia card holds 20 images at default resolution
  • Automatically connects with Macs and PCs via included USB cable
  • Uses 2 CR-V3 lithium batteries (included) or 4 AA batteries

Reviews (47)

5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing digital camera, I fell in love
In the before time, long long ago, I had a Panasonic Coolpix. This horrible [camera] took 640x480 pictures, had no flash, 2 shutter speeds, a light filter, and came with a 2MB compact flash card...after this nightmare, I purchased a then just-released Olympus C2000 zoom -- first generation, no USB, and an 8mb smart media card. After 2 long years of service, thousands of really really cool pictures, and much abuse, I sold the camera to a friend and decided to upgrade. The experience with Olympus was quite pleasant; I knew I wanted
one again. After looking at the 3040, I decided to go all-out and get the latest/greatest, and so I have the C4040. 4.1 megapixels of glory. Quicktime video with sound. More pro-photography toys than you can shake a Pentax 35mm at. I LOVE THIS THING. You can take pictures in black & white, sepia, black/white board, you can take panoramas, you can manually adjust the flash to your liking, and you can control the exposure, aperature priority, shutter priority, and even a virtual film speed control (100-400). You can even edit the movies you make on it. (15fps, they look pretty slick) I can't describe in words how the pictures look out of my HP1315 PhotoSmart printer (another of my reviews here) -- it has to be seen to be believed. What you should get:
- a set of NiMH AA's
- couple 64 mb cards and a 128mb card (you will play with the movie me)
- tripod so you can play with extended exposure

Other cool features:
- read/write light for the smart media
- keeps everything off for USB download mode
- finally has a lens cap strap (lost my old camera's cap about 1 week after I got it)
- uses AA's or the new photo batteries
- much lighter than older models

Anyway, go BUY THIS CAMERA!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Best digital camera on the market.
This makes the third camera in the Camedia series that I've purchased. (I had the 2000Z and the 3030Z too.) I've found that I can sell my older models (about 16 months) after I purchased them, to family and friends for just over 50% of the original purchase price... making the net cost of the new upgrade about ....

Although the older models took good pictures, each upgrade was easier to use and took sharper pictures. (I have about 6 gig of pictures over the last 3 years.) The model 4040 is again, a giant leap forward in ease of use and picture clarity. For example: at normal portrait distances 5 to 7 feet, without any zoom... after you download the pic into the computer, you can zoom in and literally count the number of eyelashes on the person. This is a result of the high number megapixels AND the Olympus quality lens that has been specifically designed for their digital CCDs.

When choosing a digital camera there is a trade-off. On one side you can get cameras with as much as a 20x optical zoom (but it adds considerable size and weight). On the other side of the trade-off is that you can get something small enough to fit in the palm of your hand, like the 4040 (but only have a 3x optical zoom). I think the best compromise is to get a small digital camera with the most megapixels, then take the pictures with the 3x optical zoom, download the image to the computer and zoom/crop the picture (on the computer) without concern of loosing detail (because of the high megapixels). The Olympus 4040 fits this alternative.

Although I think it is one of the best digital cameras on the market, there is always room for improvement. To make this camera better I'd:

1. Include removable NiMH batteries with an in-camera charger adapter. (My purchased add on NiMH batteries that last for around 70 pics per charge.)

2. Although the CCD is rated at 4.1 megapixels, the camera records about 3.8 megapixels.... Why? Where did the other 0.3 megapixles go?

3. Included is a 16meg smartmedia card. This is only enough for about 20 pics. A 128meg card runs about ... and can store more than 160 pics per card. Add a few bucks to the camera and give us a usable card.

4. Since the user manual is about ½ inch thick, you think you have plenty of detailed instructions. Then you realize only 1/8 inch of the manual is in English (the rest is in five or six other languages). And, what is in the manual, does not give sufficient detail about many of the various options. (You have to read/study the instructions on the included CD to get an idea of what many of these functions mean/do.)

4-0 out of 5 stars No date and time for printing
The camera is good. Its jpeg file has all information you took shot (every bit!!!). But you are unable to print any of them, including date and time, when you send for printing. You have to manually edit jpeg file to add basic things such as date and time. A very pitty fact for such good camera.

4-0 out of 5 stars C4040 very impressive
I bought the C4040 a few months back and love the camera. The bright lens allows great low light shots. With the noise reduction, the low light photos are great. The menu is somewhat complex or layered and there are not too many short cuts like some of the Canons have. The images are very easy to down load, infact it's acts as a removable drive, so you can just drag images. The C5050 corrected this, but the price is much higher. The Negative is also the printed manual is basically useless. You have to put in the CD for the full manual. The camera is not a compact, so I ended to getting a S200 Elph for places where I wanted a super-compact. The lens cap design is very poor. Infact I added a tiffen filter tube to protect the lens when it powers on.

4-0 out of 5 stars Olympus C-4040 Zoom
Olympus has a winner on their hands (or in my hands). This camera takes crystal clear pictures in auto mode. Perfect for the intermediate digital photographer. Everything can be adjusted (with menus) and shots can be taken as close as 3 inches. For me, this was a great second camera on my journey to Digital SLR Heaven. ... Read more

142. Panasonic DMC-FX5S 4MP Digital Camera w/ 3x Optical Zoom
by Panasonic
list price: $449.95
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Asin: B0002445P0
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 6843
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143. Minox DC4011 4MP Digital Camera
by Leica
list price: $439.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B000096O2D
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Leica
Sales Rank: 9350
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  • 4.0 megapixel sensor captures enough detail to create photo-quality prints up to 11 x 14 and medium-quality poster-size prints
  • 3x optical plus 2x digital (6x total) zoom lens with autofocus
  • 1.6-inch LCD, auto white balance; built-in flash
  • Compatible with Secure Digital memory cards
  • Powered by 2 AA batteries (alkalines included, rechargeables recommended); connects to PCs and Macs via USB 1.1

144. Samsung Digimax V40 4MP Digital Camera with 3x Optical Zoom
by Samsung

Asin: B0001G6UG6
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 12048
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  • 4-megapixel sensor captures enough detail to create photo-quality 11-by-15-inch enlargements
  • 3x Schneider optical zoom combines with 5x digital zoom for 15x total zoom
  • Macro mode; movie clips with audio; 2-inch rotating LCD screen
  • Store images on Secure Digital (SD) memory cards (32 MB SD card included)
  • Powered by 2 AA-size batteries (alkaline included, rechargeable NiMH recommended)

145. Pentax Optio 450 4MP Digital Camera w/ 5x Optical Zoom
by Pentax
list price: $529.99
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Asin: B00008MNCI
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Pentax
Sales Rank: 4345
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The sleek, sophisticated Pentax Optio 450 digital camera offers high-level performance and is convenient enough to make you want to carry it everywhere. The Optio 450 features a 4-megapixel resolution, 5x optical zoom lens, automatic operation as well as a wide range of manual control, and compatibility with Secure Digital and MultiMediaCard memory cards.

Optics and Resolution
Featuring a 4-megapixel CCD sensor, the Optio 450 delivers image detail up to 2,288 x 1,712 pixels for print enlargements beyond 11 by 14 inches. The exceptionally compact lens offers a high level of performance with a 5x optical zoom. Zooming power can be augmented through combination with a digital 4x zoom for a total of 20x zoom performance.

Storage and Transfer
Images are stored on either Secure Digital (SD) or MultiMediaCard (MMC) memory cards. Images can be downloaded to either a Mac or PC via USB storage-class connectivity, which means the camera can be connected to any USB-based Windows Me/2000/XP and Mac OS 8.6 or later computer without installing any software.

Movie Mode
In addition to taking still photos, the Optio 450 is capable of recording up to 10 minutes of video at 15 frames per second, with 320 x 240 recorded pixels. The Optio 450 can also be used as an audio recorder, with up to 30 seconds of sound added to images.

More Features
With the 3-D image mode, the Optio 450 adds a totally new dimension to digital photography. Just take two shots following a simple set of guidelines to achieve shots that have a genuine sense of depth and perspective when seen through the special viewer provided

Other features include:

  • 1.5-inch TFT LCD display
  • Optical viewfinder displays actual image zoom, which helps to conserve battery power by switching off LCD display
  • Digital filter mode provides effects similar to conventional filters, from sepia to color tones (red, pink, yellow, green, blue, and purple)
  • Built-in flash can be automatically set to fire; also includes red-eye reduction, flash-on, and flash-off modes
  • A range of shooting modes to choose from, including metered manual and shutter-priority AE
  • Interval shooting mode lets you set the time to start shooting, the duration of the interval between shots, and the number of frames

Power and Size
The camera is powered by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery (included). It measures 3.9 by 2.3 by 1.6 inches and weighs 7.2 ounces. ... Read more


  • 4.0 megapixel sensor captures enough detail to create photo-quality prints up to 11 x 14 and medium-quality poster-size prints
  • 5x optical zoom plus 4x digital zoom (for 20x total)
  • Optical viewfinder shows actual image zoom, innovative stereoscopic shooting
  • Compatible with Secure Digital (SD) and MultiMedia (MMC) cards
  • Powered by rechargeable lithium-ion battery(included); connects with Macs and PCs via USB port

146. Sharp VE-CG40U 4MP Digital Camera w/ 3x Optical Zoom
by Sharp
list price: $599.99
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Asin: B00006FXIK
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Sharp
Sales Rank: 6156
Average Customer Review: 3.36 out of 5 stars
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  • 4.2-megapixel sensor captures up to 2448 by 1632 pixels
  • 3x optical and 3x digital zoom
  • 1.5-inch high resolution CGS screen
  • Included 16 MB SD memory card
  • Connects with PCs via USB port

Reviews (11)

5-0 out of 5 stars A great camera for the price!
First, lets start with what you notice first, the physical body of the camera. It's fairly well made, although definitely not as solid as the Sony. It's a black plastic case, and the right-hand grip is very well place and makes it much easier to use this camera one-handed than other digital camera I've used. It's much larger than today's "mini" cameras, but the extra bulk makes it easier to handle and in my opinion is a plus, not a minus. However, it's most definitely not a camera you can just slip into a pocket or purse, if that's your thing :).

The camera runs on 4 AA batteries, and this might be the camera's biggest drawback. I've already run through one whole set of batteries and am close to killing the second set. I haven't gotten around to it yet, but I am definitely going to buy some NiMH rechargeable AA batteries - in the long run, it's going to save me a TON of money on batteries, I know that much.

The camera has an adjustable diopter (viewfinder) as well as a 1.8" CG Silicon LCD screen. The "CG Silicon" is supposedly a much sharper, less power-hungry LCD screen perfect for digicams. As for the former, I can definitely attest to that - it may be one of the sharpest looking LCD screen's I've ever seen. I of course can not compare power consumption, but it still seems to suck quite a bit of power out of the poor little AA batteries, but it is still a great screen.

The camera has a total of five buttons on the back, which is a very nice touch. Too many buttons begin to clutter the camera body up, and often times all of the functionality can be done in the menu system of the camera. The top of the camera has the power and shutter buttons, and a mode wheel that lets you select what function you want the camera in (Auto, Full Manual, Video, Playback, and a bunch of others).

You noticed above that I said there is a "Full Manual" mode available - let me tell you that this is one of the best things about this camera. It has a bunch of different automatic modes (i.e.: full automatic, selectable shutter speed and everything else auto, selectable exposure and everything else auto, etc...), but then it gives you a mode that allows you control over everything: exposure (+-2.0ev), shutter speed (16s to 1/1000s), f-stop (from F-2.0 to F-8.0), and focus (kind of). Being an amateur photo geek, I love being able to play with all of these things, and this camera has exactly what I was looking for in that particular area.

Also of particular interest in the special modes you can put the camera into: auto-bracketing, gamma bracketing, continuos exposure. The first does exposure bracketing: i.e., it takes three images, over a range of exposures (for example, it could take images at -1.5ev, 0ev, and 1.5ev) to ensure that you get at least one image that looks good. The second works on the same principal, expect with gamma ranges; and the third takes three images in quick succession, so you can get great action sequences (something that is normally impossible with a digital camera because of the amount of time needed to store the image to the media).

Speaking of media, the Sharp uses standard SD (secure digital) memory cards, some of the smallest cards on the market. I'm somewhat ambivalent on this issue: it was good because SD are some of the smallest and least-expensive (relatively) flash memory on the market, but it's also pretty damn slow, and storing a 4-megapixel image takes some time.

The menu system that the camera uses isn't the best ever designed - it's kinda clunky, takes a bit of getting used to, and has a couple annoying bugs too it. However, there are a ton of things you can do in the menu system, and it works well enough that you can get to whatever feature you want in probably about 5 or 6 steps max - not that great, but not bad either.

All the other important info you can find of the spec sheet if you really want to know: it has a Canon lens, which is nice because without a good lens, the camera is basically worthless; 3X zoom, which is also very nice (3X digital as well, but who uses digital zoom); an AC power slot for when you're transferring images to the computer via USB or when you have a plug handy, which is pretty cool; a video and mono-audio out port and a cable so that the camera can be hooked up to a TV for quick viewing.

The software that comes with it, in my opinion, is great. I read somewhere (the one review I did find on the net about this camera in fact) that someone was complaining because it didn't come with a program to create photo albums or edit the photos or what not. Every time I've ever bought a camera, the software [ ] anyway, and I ended up using PSP or Photoshop or something similar. What does come on the CD is a really cool little program that sits in your taskbar, completely unobtrusive. It waits for you to press the "Quick Sync" button on the camera, and when you do, it automatically transfers the images on the camera to a folder you've specified. I actually think that this particular transfer software may be some of the best I've seen, so this is just another plus to the camera.

All in all, the Sharp VE-CG40U is actually such a good camera that I would even consider buying it at a four- or five-hundred dollar price tag. However, at only three hundred bucks on Outpost, you really can't go wrong. 4-megapixels, total control over the manual aspects of the camera, a great lens and CCD, easy-to-use software; it really is a steal, and if you can get one, I would absolutely recommend it!

5-0 out of 5 stars Sharp VE-CG40U 4MP offers near-SLR versatility
This camera is causing my trusty 35mm SLR to stay in the closet. The Canon lens, identical to the one used on the Canon G2 and apparently the same in design and construction as 7-21mm f/2 zoom lenses used elsewhere under the names Carl Zeiss and Leica, is the best feature. There are plenty of exposure modes, including full manual; there's exposure bracketing and gamma bracketing, macro mode, etc. Image quality is quite good, and the regular "auto" mode handles most scenes well. The large maximum lens aperture makes this camera suitable for available-light use in most circumstances; that's good, because the built-in flash, like all built-in flashes, is best avoided except for fill with manual exposure. The bright, detailed color display is usable in daylight and very good in other conditions, and for people used to an SLR viewfinder, it's the only way to go--although those of us over age 40 will want to keep a pair of powerful reading glasses handy to see enough detail on the tiny screen.

So, what would make the VE-CG40U better? (1) manual focus mode (autofocus is unreliable in low light), (2) a hot shoe for an external flash unit, (3) better battery life (NiMH rechargables are a "must," as Alkalines are drained very quickly), and (4) an eyepiece adapter for the LCD screen (easier than those reading glasses).

For [$] or less, this is probably as good as it's going to get for a little while. It's not quite in the SLR class, but it isn't far from it, either. I've used mine for scenery, people, flower close-ups at near-macro range, and commercial images for the web. You can get crisp (in 35mm terms) 8x10 prints, even with some cropping, provided that your printer is up to the task.

3-0 out of 5 stars Good all-round camera
Great little camera in all respects - except one ..... it has difficulty focusing in poor light. Other than that, it works like a charm. True 4 mpix clarity. Fast processing. Easy to use.

I had no problem with the software provided .... because I did not need to use it. I enjoyed USB plug and play connectivity with my three different computers with three different operating systems: Mac OS X, Widows XP professional and Windows 2000.

3-0 out of 5 stars Good for the price - novices need not be so picky.
Ok, the other reviews go into detail after detail so I won't repeat it all. Here's the points:

First, no where will you find a 4 megapixel camera for under $ that has ALL features on it. For under $, yes, you will get a cheesey lens cap. You will get a lower grade of plastic in the camera body, and no, you will not get a camera that compares with a $ camera.

More basics: ALMOST ALL digital cameras eat alkaline batteries like candy, so stop complaining! Buy a set (or two) of NiMh rechargeable batteres and a charger and you don't have to worry anymore. Also, if you are one of these "I've used an SLR film camera and am switching to digital" people, then yes, you will be disappointed; buy a "digital SLR" for five times more, and you'll have your match.

The lens on this camera is a Canon lens - which is good. Images capture a good amount of detail. Sometimes odd lighting will cause a blue-ish cast to the images. The tiny 1.5 inch silicon screen is small, but is viewable outdoors in sun. Focusing indoors in low light is not the best - it has no auto focus assist light that comes on to help the focus work, so if it's dim, you may get a blurry photo. Those with larger hands may have a cramped time of it - the hand grip is a bit too close to the lens barrel so larger fingers will rub against it (no harm in it though).

I'm giving it a "three star" because of the odd colors under some conditions, the tight hand grip, and the fact it has no auto focus assist light. But for the price, it's hard to beat.

5-0 out of 5 stars Camera is Great!!!
I think this camera is great and for the price you can not beat it. I think it got a few bad raps by people who don't understand how to upload the pictures to their computer. If you are a little computer literate it works fine. Also, I took the digital card to sams and put it in their computer and uploaded the pictures I wanted printed at just 20 cents each. They came out beautiful including an 8 x 10. The clarity and color was great. I recommend this camera highly and at the price ... you can't beat it... ... Read more

147. Samsung Digimax 410 4MP Digital Camera w/ 3x Optical Zoom
by Samsung
list price: $695.99
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Asin: B0000636WJ
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 8930
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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The Samsung Digimax 410 combines powerful optics with useful features for a digital camera that meets everyday photography needs with style and ease. The 4-megapixel sensor and autofocus Schneider-Kreuznach lens ensure clear, brilliant photos, while the 6x zoom--3x optical with 2x digital enhancement--gives you creative room to take photos of any subject.

There are three different picture-size settings for space and quality needs, and photos can be printed at sizes up to 11 by 14 inches and beyond. Composing your shots is a simple affair with the large 1.6-inch color LCD display or the optical zoom viewfinder. There are four white-balance settings and the flash can be set to auto, fill, off, slow sync, or the special red-eye reduction to fit your lighting needs.

The Digimax 410 can also record voice memos and short full-motion videos, which you can view on a television using the NTSC/PAL video-out connection. A 16 MB CompactFlash card is included and stores about 15 images at default settings. You can imprint the time and date onto your photos for recordkeeping. The seven-second self-timer is always useful for self-portraits or group shots. The USB connection provides an easy way to transfer your photos and video onto your PC, and MGI Samsung Digimax Viewer 1.0 software is provided for photo editing. ... Read more


  • 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/2x digital (6x total) zoom
  • Included 16 MB CompactFlash card holds 20 images at default settings
  • Connects with PCs via USB port
  • Uses 4 AA batteries (rechargeables recommended)

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great!
I travel a lot and I am unable to recharge my battery some times. This camera takes AA batteries as well as the regarchable which is a great help to me. It takes good pictures with high resolution. ... Read more

148. HP PS812 4MP Digital Camera w/ 3x Optical Zoom and Docking Station
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $449.99
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Asin: B00008KIWD
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
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149. PanasonicDMC-LC40K 4MP Digital Camera w/ Leica Lens and 3x Optical Zoom, Black
by Panasonic
list price: $649.99
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Asin: B000069V24
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 13881
Average Customer Review: 4.27 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (15)

I purchased this camera on E-bay and i have been very happy with it. I have a newborn daughter and the pictures i have taken are breathtaking. My father has a leica camera and the quality of images from this camera are quite similar to my old nikon and his leica. The features available to you are quite extensive on this camera. If you enjoy doing a lot of manual adjustments on your shots, the panasonic will indulge your whim. It has selectable aperture and shutter control, albeit not as much as a SLR.I have found the flash to be particulary useful, in that, I forget to turn it on. I have taken remarkable photo's without the flash, something not possible with my previous nikon. I use this camera like most point and shooters and find that it comes easily to hand with a good grippable surface on the body. It is not so tiny that you fumble with your fingers covering important sensors. I would definately get a bigger memory card (16 mb is a joke) and an additional battery pack. If you don't have photoshop to edit your photo's, the included software will a good source to start with, but get photoshop when able. It easily connects If you have an usb port on your computer or some computers (toshiba)accept the SD card directly (wow no wires). If you are looking for a good 4 MP camera, I think you should take a look at the panasonic.

5-0 out of 5 stars An Excellent Digital Camera
As an experienced 35mm and medium format photographer with 40 years experience, I have, until recently, been suspicious to the point of hostility of digital cameras. However, I have been amazed at the quality of pictures produced by many digital cameras. My Panasonic Lumix LC40 was an impulse buy but I am delighted I took the plunge. The combination of excellent lens and 4 megapixels delivers pictures that capture many subtle shades and colours. This is particularly true when shooting the subdued tones of a British winter.There is also a special magic about taking a batch of photographs, downloading them then wiping the memory card. There are some disadvantages to this camera. The 16mb memory card is rather small enabling you to save only 7 shots at max resolution. When using the LCD screen ( a must when shooting macro shots) the image is difficult to see in bright daylight. The abscence of full manual controls is a limiting factor. But these really are quibbles when set against a camera that has fired up my creative imagination and revived my interest in photography.Whether your interest is capturing creative images or just shots of the family buy an LC40 today. You will not regret it!

1-0 out of 5 stars Do not buy Panasonic
Do not buy Panasonic cameras. I bought a DMC-LC20 one year ago, and it died exactly one day after the warranty expired. It began taking pictures with green/pink tones. Support for digital cameras is terrible. They replaced the main board with a second hand one as a "favor" without improvement, now (6 weeks later) they still have the camera and now want to replace the CCD for $129.00 + labor. Panasonic has not returned any emails I've sent about my disappointment with this product. I will throw it away and buy Sony.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Camera
This is my first digital camera and I love it. I am a novice. It does everything I had hoped for and more. Dowloading images to my computer is really easy. The battery life is great and recharging is also easy - just plug it in. I am very happy with this camera and know that if I want additional lenses, they are available.

5-0 out of 5 stars One-week impressions...
My wife and I really liked this camera, but we only owned it for a week. Here are some thoughts from an amateur perspective:
We were impressed with the picture quality and especially surprised by the performance in low-light conditions. I regularly did not have to use the flash indoors, and still got great pics...Outdoor photos were even better, of course, with landscapes that looked like I was peering out a window. I have a picture of my neighbor's cat that I swear looks better than real life. Gorgeous, with spot-on color, from my amateur's perspective.

One thing to remember is that the flash is sort of manual. If you open the flash (requires a flick of the finger, very easy), it becomes fully automatic, but if you keep it closed, the camera will not use the flash, no matter the lighting conditions. This was actually very convenient, and pretty much unique in point-and-shoot cameras.

The battery power was also excellent. We took about 100 photos all told, and still hadn't dented the substantial included lithium battery, which the manual, I think, said was good for 250 or so pics, depending on usage of the LCD, which was suitably bright. One feature missing from the camera is a delete button, which is included on newer models. (Deleting photos requires clicking a few buttons)...

Ultimately, however, we decided to return the camera, mainly because of its size. It's not a huge camera, smaller than most SLR's and quite manageable. But this was a gift for my wife, and this camera is bulky enough that she would probably only take it for major excursions -- not quick snapshots, etc. We decided to try the LC43 instead, which offers similar specs, although perhaps not quite the solid feel of the LC40, in a more compact package. The LC43 also can be a bit cheaper overall because Panasonic has a rebate deal going for a free 128 MB card. The LC43 also includes rechargeable AAs and a charger. That was also a consideration, despite the excellent battery power on the LC40. For starters, will you even be able to find the expensive proprietary lithium batteries five years from now? AAs are everywhere and cheap, rechargeable or not, and therefore are more convenient for the long-term, I think. Of course, perhaps in five years we will all have traded up to dirt-cheap 12 megapixel SLRs and these will all be on the electronic junkpile...

I can update this once we get the LC43 (it's in the mail) for a comparison. One thing I've gleaned from others is that the LC43 flash is a bit on the weak side, relative to the LC40, and has one or two fewer manual controls. But as an amateur looking for a convenient snap-shooter, I'm willing to live with that.

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150. FUJI FILM FinePix A345 Digital Camera

Asin: B0007V3O2I
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Fuji Film
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  • Built-in auto flash
  • 1.7 TFT LCD monitor
  • Auto white balance with 7 manual modes
  • 3x Optical zoom
  • 2 or 10 second delay

151. Casio QV-4000 4MP Digital Camera w/ 3x Optical Zoom
by Casio
list price: $799.99
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Asin: B00005QIQG
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 8129
Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (10)

5-0 out of 5 stars QV-4000 is best yet
I'm on my 4th digital camera. I read countless reviews of Canon G2, Nikons, Kodaks, and Sonys before I bought the Casio. I owned it for 5 months now. I am thrilled with every aspect: picture quality, lens, features, and speed of processing each photo. My criteria was: 1. AA batteries. This camera came with great rechargeables. Even in while traveling where I cannot easily recharge I can get replacements at any local store. 2. CompactFlash card. I had already invested in three for previous Kodak DC210 and DC290 cameras, all work great with this Casio camera. 3. I wanted a camera that is ready to shoot another shot in a couple of seconds. This one, even with 200 photos already on the memory card, does it every time. VERY fast timing. The DC290 took great shots but I often had to wait 20 or 30 sceconds between shots. 4. This camera has an external flash jack so I can use my existing studio flash outfit. 5. Photos taken in low light come out spectacular. 6. Canon lens is great and Sony sensor is spot on for colors. 7. Build quality has proven excellent. On the minus side: A. This camera, while still smaller than many, is a little brickish and larger than some may want. B. Flash range is only about 11-12 ft. Often need to take a flash photo then shut flash off and picture usually comes out better if there is ANY light available.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great picture quality
I have been using this camera for a year and I'm very pleased with it. Pictures are great, it's easy to use but if you want to do more advanced setup, it's possible. The only dark side is that it takes about 3sec to turn the camera on.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent!!!
I took my QV-4000 to Rome for 10 days and there was nothing it could not do for me.

I wanted a camera small enough to be unobtrusive, yet powerful enough to offer me a myriad of options for picture taking. The automatic and manual options did not disappoint. The dark interiors of churches turned out light enough to see because I could manually set the aperture or speed to cover the situation. Yet when I wanted fast shots the auto features functioned well.

I used the panorama mode often and even when handheld (not recommended) the results were excellent. Even 360 degrees in the Pantheon (handheld) was good enough to impress family and friends.

Close-up, portraits, and scenics were easily managed by the Best Shot modes.

I like the large capacity (I also purchased the IBM Microdrive) so that I could take as many pictures as I wanted without worrying about running out of storage space or downloading. (I had no access to a computer to do so.) And I could instantly view the shots and delete any that did not measure up.

The only slight disappointment was the view screen was nearly impossible to see in the bright sunlight, but I could always use the viewfinder instead.

All in all, an excellent choice and very dependable. I recommend it highly.

5-0 out of 5 stars Paris via Casio
Before my Paris trip, I took a few fotos to be sure I knew how to use the many knobs and buttons. I stayed with the Auto mode the whole trip. The colors were super quality and resolution much better than I expected. I took 5 64MB memories and three sets of batteries. I actually used only one set of batteries and 2 64MB memories for the whole trip. My only goofs were to accidently switch to multiple shot mode and fill up my memory. No problem, I just erased them and got my memory back One of the best things was the diopter correction dial for tbe view finder. I didn't need my glasses to see perfect views and check focus (The screen view panel is hard to see in bright sun light). (Another thing I need is the Macro Mode which lets me photo the microcircuit boards and the other little gadgets I design, at just a few inches away from the product}.
Now at home, I have so many fotos to play with. I use ixla software (I have used this before for digital photo editing) to do this and print the final result with an HP 1115 PhotoSmart printer.
My only sadness is to never need all the beautiful German lenses I collected over the years for my SLR camera (Exacta). This QV-4000 does it all!
I am really happy with my purchase, you will be too....

5-0 out of 5 stars novice and semi-professionals take note
I purchased the QV-4000 about a month ago. I've used it to take short video clips to send to family in other states... It's a great camera to have around...
The dial is a little hard to turn but, since I've accidentally turned it once or twice, it's good that it's hard to do. Second... Battery Life. I've only been able to get about 70 shots in 60 min with the original set of batteries. ...Now, for anyone concerned about a camera made by casio - don't be concerned. Sony makes the Optics from what I've heard. The camera is pretty good under most conditions. Interior light can be tricky if you forget that it has white balance control. The software is so simple to use... Hmmm... plug in camera. Hit "Okay" in window that pops up... wait a second or two... Then, an HTML page pops up with thumbnails on it. You can right click and then "send to email recipient"... It'll even ask if you want to send a smaller picture to cut down on email size... Great!
Quality of pictures... Well, they are absoblutely gorgeous! They are huge, too. I'd recomend that you get Photoshop to do any editing.. the included editor is kind of off the mark if you get what I mean. The 32 Meg card will hold about 20 pictures at high resolution or about 6 or so 30 second video clips. I've bought a 128M chip since they are so [inexpensive]... All in all, with the camera and the 32 Meg chip, it's the best set up you can get for the price! Good camera. Easy loading. Great Battery Life. Great pictures. Have fun. ... Read more

152. Epson PhotoPC 3100Z 3MP Digital Camera w/ 3x Optical Zoom
by Epson
list price: $599.99
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Asin: B00005KAAX
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 7410
Average Customer Review: 4.86 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (14)

5-0 out of 5 stars Epson 3100Z will be hard to beat
I own a different make of digital camera which was fine for its time and purpose. I researched ALL of the major makes and none of them, it seems, could match the features of the Epson 3100Z. Any that do come close are priced at least $200 higher and still don't have features I insisted on: FAST 2.0 lens; hot shoe flash; ability to use different lenses and filters; NON-PROPRIETARY batteries!!!!!; EASY to use!!; complete manual control if I wish; STANDARD Compact Flash memory; MORE than 2X optical zoom and GREAT Epson images. Well I'm not disappointed!!! This camera is fantastic. I have tested it under many different light conditions including a COMPLETELY dark room with the internal flash only and was AMAZED at the image. The menus are intuitive enough that you can start taking pictures immediately using automatic settings--which under most normal conditions are all you'll ever use. The 3X optical zoom is terrific and the digital 3X zoom is stepped in 1/10th increments for a total of 30 steps! And having bought the Epson 780EXP printer a month ago (it's GREAT too!) (...). The more I use it-the more I love it! The great MEGAPIXEL race is on. Ask yourself how large an image are you EVER going to print? Probably a 5x7 once in a while, an 8x10 once a year? Most will be 'snapshots' but THIS camera will do all of those even without using the hardware interpolation which will give you 4.8 megapixels. More than you will EVER need. I expect this to be my last camera!!

5-0 out of 5 stars What a blast for the money
(4 1/2 stars)

This camera (huh ... Epson makes a camera?) is probably the best bang for the buck in sub-$800 digital camera market. This 3.3 megapixel camera combines the best features of a heavy duty SLR camera with all the manual trimmings as well as decent automatic settings and bonus features that many cameras leave out. Some of the standouts for me are:

--47mm lens adapter for adding additional professional macro/telephoto/wide angle lenses and filters

--lots of manual capabilities (like the up to 8s shutter speed for night or even astrophotography ... something I'd love to do)

--Panorama shots - wide angle and 360 degree shots can be created by stitching together several shots. This camera provides a way to help align successive shots right in the LCD viewfinder as you're taking the pictures.

--Continuous shot mode for action sequences

--Interval mode - allows you to take shots at fixed intervals ranging from 1 second to 24 hours. The camera automatically turns itself off and on between shots to conserve power.

--10 second timer

--25 seconds of video. Always a nice feature that most digital cameras have, since we can't always lug a camcorder and camera everywhere we go. The quality is reasonable 320x200 (approximately that of VHS tape).

--Audio annotation. You can annotate your pictures with audio snippets (up to 10 seconds) using the built-in microphone.

--External flash hot shoe adapter (like professional 35mm cameras) as well as a built-in flash

--Uses standard AA batteries. Definitely get yourself a set of NiMH rechargables however.

There's plenty more, including a print matching feature. Oh yes, and the clarity and colors of the pictures are stunning.

The 3100Z is by no means a pocket camera, but I actually prefer the heaviness of it -- it allows for a steadier hand. I'm only an amateur, but I'm loving every minute with this camera, and it only makes we want to learn more and experiment with the manual settings. And, hey, it's digital, so click away to your heart's content.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Camera!
This is truly a wonderful little camera.
I do a lot of web design where I aquire all my own images as well as family photos and other such nonsense. This camera offers excellent manual control and also delivers great results using the fully automatic features. Do yourself a favor and use an Epson Photo printer for the best printing results, and get familiar with an image editor like photoshop and the sky is the limit. Appearently the product has been discontinued and I am having a hard time finding optical accessories for it. Awesome!

5-0 out of 5 stars great digital camera
This is my first digital camera. I did some research involving other 3 megapixel cameras including the highly advertised Nikon Coolpix. I found that this camera was just as good and very easy to use. I highly reccommend the 3100z!

5-0 out of 5 stars Finally settled on the best one!
It took me forever to finally settle on a digital camera. I wanted one I wouldn't regreat buying months down the line. And I found it! The 3100Z is a fantastic camera. Simple to use (complex if you want) with great image quality. I had an 8x10 printed by (I prefer letting online services print my photos), and the quality was superb. The next test is an 11x14. We'll see how that goes. My only complaint is that Epson didn't include the AC adaptor, but that's a minor issue. The battery life is good enough that I haven't even needed it. I can't speak for the software, though. On my Mac (OSX) I just plugged it into the USB port and the OS handled the rest.

I won't write more detail; all the other reviews are fairly dead-on about its features. If you can get this camera, do it. You won't be disappointed. ... Read more

153. Contax Kyocera U4R Digital Camera
by Contax

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Asin: B0006VGYEE
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Contax
Sales Rank: 948
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  • Records on SD memory card or MMC (Multi Media Card), in compliance with DCF (Exif Ver. 2.2), in compliance with jpeg; DPOF compatible
  • Pixels (still image) 2272x1704, 1600x1200, 1280x960, 640x480
  • Moving image sizes 640x480, 320x240 at up to 15 frames per second / 30 frames per second respectively
  • Focal adjustment video feedback auto focus (9-point multi AF or spot AF selectable)
  • Range of shooting: approximately 60 centimeters (24 inches) to infinity from the front surface of protective glass

154. Konica Revio KD-400Z 4.13MP Digital Camera w/ 3x Optical Zoom
by Konica
list price: $500.99
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Asin: B000069D6D
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Konica
Sales Rank: 3180
Average Customer Review: 3.82 out of 5 stars
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Judging from the diminutive size of Konica's KD-400Z, most people assume it's little more than a digital toy. In reality, a whopping 4.13-megapixel CCD lurks within the camera's sleek stainless steel and silver plastic frame, capable of capturing images with outstanding detail. Currently, 4.13-megapixel cameras don't come much smaller than this.

The KD-400Z and its 3.2-megapixel cousin the KD-310Z are also the first two digital camera to incorporate both MMC/SD and Memory Stick slots, and it can use both types of memory simultaneously.

The camera has fewer buttons on the back than most digital cameras in this price range, but that's only because it is designed to be so easy to use. Most menus that appear on the crisp, color LCD screen are navigated using a small four-way switch, and a button next to that switch is used to activate highlighted menu items. Other buttons allow for the easy viewing and deleting of images and also to control the camera's 3x optical zoom. A digital zoom is also available, but we recommend against using it as it substantially reduces image quality.

Powering up the device is as easy as sliding back the protective lens cover on the front. The camera springs into action almost instantly, and zooming also works very quickly compared to most digital cameras. Pressing the shutter button down halfway activates the autofocus, and also causes a blue light on the front of the camera to illuminate so subjects know a picture is about to be taken.

Although there are no manual controls for things like shutter speed and f-stop settings, the camera does offer enough control to take it one step beyond a basic point-and-shoot camera. The four-way switch can be pressed right or left to turn the flash on or off, change to macro or landscape shooting mode, set the self-timer, apply red-eye reduction, or set up a combination of these things.

Image quality is excellent. The CCD captures details that lesser cameras simply can't resolve, and exhibits exceptionally accurate color reproduction. Outdoor shots look terrific with the exception of low-light and night shots, where the automatic-only shutter comes into play. Skin tones are accurate, and the camera takes good portraits, but red-eye is a big problem even with reduction enabled. We can only presume it is caused because the camera's flash is so close to the lens.

Regardless, this is an excellent automatic digital camera for those who don't want to fuss with manual controls at all, but who also want to capture more detail than point-and-shoot 2-megapixel cameras can handle. The included 16 MB SD memory card is skimpy for a camera that generates images at a native resolution of 2,307 x 1,704 pixels, and you'll probably want another set of rechargeable batteries, but otherwise the KD-400Z's price and performance offer very little to complain about. --T. Byrl Baker


  • Smallest 4.13-megapixel camera on the block
  • Dual memory card expansion--SD/MMC and Memory Stick slots
  • Also records short videos and captures pictures with sounds using the integrated microphone
  • Case is rugged but still looks very slick


  • Needs a bigger memory card
  • Some more manual controls would be nice considering the detail this camera can render
  • Red-eye is nearly impossible to eliminate
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  • 4.13 megapixel sensor captures 2,288 x 1,712 images for prints at 11 x 14 inches and beyond
  • 3x optical plus 2x digital zoom lens (for 6x total) with autofocus
  • Included 16 MB MMC card holds 16 images at default resolution; camera features MMC/SD slot and Memory Stick slot
  • Connects to Macs and PCs via USB port
  • Comes with rechargeable Lithium Ion battery pack

Reviews (22)

5-0 out of 5 stars Well built and great pictures
I head an Engineering department, and we have been through a fair few cameras. The KD-400Z is very well-built, great value for money and produces excellent pictures. The sharpness and details of the images are amongst the best I've seen from a sub-$... camera.

Its diminutive size and tank-like build, makes it ideally suited for travelling and every-day use.

On the down side:- plastic tripod fixing, very few manual override settings and limited range of accessories, are some of the things that may bug you.

Overall though, the positives far outweighs the negatives. For the price, I don't think there's a better point-and-shoot camera.


After nearly two months of use, the camera is performing very well. Our heavy-handed engineers tend to throw it into their brief cases and tool-boxes (despite the fact that we bought it for its ability to fit into pockets!) but the KD-400Z does its job and produces consistently good results.

I would like to comment on some of the "problems" stated in a couple of previous reviews:

"Focus problem" - The KD-400Z, like all compact digital cameras, does not have an active infra-red focus like some larger cameras. Instead, it relies on image processing of real-time images. This means that the focus can be fooled, especially in low light conditions and low-contrast scenes. In these cases, you should focus on a high-contrast object of equal distance away, and lock the focus before taking the picture. Given these limitations, the focus on the KD-400Z is as good as it gets.

Aother thing that is often mistaken for mis-focus, is camera shake. We found that one of our engineers always seem to take more out-of-focus pictures than others (with all our cameras!). We actually found that this was due to him moving the camera as he pressed on the shutter button.

"Cannot review pictures without opening lens cover" - With cover closed, just press and hold the play the button, it's in the manual!

"Cover knocks the lens when closing" - On our KD-400Z, this simply is not possible. No matter how hard you close the cover, it always stop just before the lens. Once the lens have retracted, then the cover can be closed fully.

"Picture quality" - We can not fault the excellent pictures. Colours are vibrant and spot-on. At maximum resolution, the sharpness from the Hexanon lens, coupled with the 4M CCD, is good enough for a full page picture in one of our brochures! Beware thought, the CCD does not have high gain for low-light scenes. The flash however, is suprisingly powerful for its size.

In conclusion, it's well-built, easy to use, and produces excellent pictures. We are very satisfied and have bought another two KD-400Zs.

2-0 out of 5 stars Beautiful but disappointing
I was one of the first purchasers of this camera. I was excited by the small size and prospect of 4mp resolution. I also liked the slide=away lens cover which I felt would be highly protective and the metal body.

It is a lovely camera but has had one flaw that makes it less than ideal for me.

The problem is the focus, indoors in low light. It's fine for outdoor snaps but most of the pictures I take are indoors. Often the light is low because I am in a meeting room.

In this case, the camera cannot autofocus well and, as there is no manual focus to override it, the problem is impossible to fix.

I returned the camera for service, thinking perhaps it was a manufacturing defect but, sadly, it did not improve.

I am now looking for another camera to replace it.

It's a pity because it is a sweet, compact thing that's easy to carry. It would be a great choice for someone who is mostly interested in outdoor pictures.

1-0 out of 5 stars Loses its shine after a while
I originally loved this camera.... small, light, good battery life, hi-res photos to work with. However, after using it for the last year, and taking over 2,100 photos with it (the camera keeps track) I have to say I'm extremely disappointed with it.

Unless you're outdoors in VERY bright sunlight, or using the flash, forget about taking decent photos. I've held the camera solidly against a wall to take indoor photos without flash and all you get is a streaky mess. You can't control the apeture setting, and hence EVERY photo comes out blurry unless you are in bright, direct light.

I spend a good 3-4 minutes with EVERY photo that DOES come out O.K. (not blurry) touching it up in photoshop. For whatever reason, the CCD is just not getting enough photons to take good, crisp, bright photos.

Too bad, too, because in most other ways its a great camera.

3-0 out of 5 stars Its okay
It is light, compact, and generally takes great photos. Inclusion of Adobe Photoshop means you can also dither to black and white, and touch up images.

The negatives are red eye with every flash shot, and blurring in low light conditions (w/out flash) where there is little contrast (ie exposure problem). Use of flash in low light can take away colour quality.

In summary, and awesome OUTDOOR camera. Not the best for indoors.

4-0 out of 5 stars Black and White photos?
Can somebody please tell me if this camera takes black and white photos or does it just take sepia (in addition to color, obviously)? I am very interested in getting this camera but just wanted to know if i can use it for black/white photos because i like them but i just don't like sepia. Thank you! ... Read more

155. Leica Digilux 4.3 2.4MP Digital Camera w/ 3x Optical Zoom
by Leica
list price: $899.99
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Asin: B00004Z4ZB
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Leica
Sales Rank: 8380
Average Customer Review: 4.43 out of 5 stars
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The Leica Digilux zoom combines high technical performance with elegant, ergonomic design. A 0.37-inch, 2.4-megapixel Fujifilm super CCD captures images that are saved at resolutions of up to 4.3 megapixels.Photographs are consistently well exposed and sharp with the camera's programmed automatic exposure control, contrast-based autofocus, and integrated automatic flash. The bright, 2-inch color LCD monitor provides a display on which photographs or movies up to 80 seconds in length can be framed and reviewed. The lens is always safe, thanks to an automatic metal lens cover.The Digilux comes complete with a 32 MB SmartMedia card. Pictures can be quickly downloaded to your PC or Macintosh via the USB port or viewed immediately on a TV set through a NTSC video connection. This package includes Adobe Photoshop 5.0 LE software, two AA rechargeable batteries, and an AC adapter. ... Read more


  • 2.4-megapixel CCD camera creates 2,400 x 1,800 images for prints at 8 by 10 inches and beyond
  • 3x optical plus 3.75x digital autofocus Fuji zoom lens
  • Includes 32 MB SmartMedia card holds 38 photos at default resolution
  • Uses 2 AA batteries--rechargeable batteries included

Reviews (7)

4-0 out of 5 stars macro power, mini size
This little camera delivers awesome high resolution pictures in three scaleable sizes and video. Although no longer available on open market it can be found on the web through camera dealers. With the 32MB smartmedia card one can take from 18 high resolution (1700KB)photographs to 500 basic (50KB) resolution photographs. Downloading is fast with USB and Exif Viewer.
I use it in school regularly, as a middle school geography- social studies teacher accuracy and efficiency are important to me and my students -- clarity of picture is fundamental. The Leica Digilux 4.3 produces clean, clear stills for all but the fastest action shots. If you need action, use the 90 second video feature. I've owned and used this camera for two trouble-free years. It is invaluable.

3-0 out of 5 stars Fuzzy Logic.
Regardless of what the numbers say, this camera is a (roughly) 2.1 megapixel system that uses a process similar to television "line doubling" to effect its claimed 4.3 megapixel resolution. While that is true, it also true that the pictures it takes are plenty sharp without "doctoring" and will easily enlarge to 5" x 7" without becoming grainy. This is in no small part a result of excellent optics. In addition, the true (optical) 3X zoom is excellent, and its ability to shoot rather long movies (80 secs with sound) is a nice plus. Having said all that in its favor, it is still (IMHO) *way* overpriced, mostly because it has the Leica name on it. You can buy the same camera with the Fuji name on it (model 4700) and save hundreds!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Camera and Good Attatchments
I asked for this camera for christmas a got it(horay)! The main reason was that I thought it had the highest resolution 4.3 megapix. In fact it does not and Fuji who made it have had to change their advertising which has been called misleading. It is like a 2.3 megapixal but used some funny formula to produce data files that have 4.3 megapizals, but the original picture does not. HOWEVER - it takes really great pictures and can do movies for up to 80 seconds (with included 32mb sancard) There are a wide range of settings - full automatic, manual, movie, night time, 'rapid fire' that takes 3 pictures one after another. The controls are easy to learn and can be manipulated with one hand. It is relatively small and fits in a pocket. I was pleased to find a macro attatchment for it (you also have to by a small base stand to attatch this to the camera). this allows you to take extreme close ups mainly of skin which is good for me as a Dermatologist! Although it does have difficulty with colors at extreme close ups, it has no problem that I can see without the macro. The pictures is produces are really great. I also have an Epsonn 875 color printer, when combind with good photographic paper to print on they really do look like amazing pictures. Now - I have not used digital cameras before so I can not really compare it, but I have seen other frineds camera and I really like my one. It is not as small as those Cannon Elfs. It only uses rechargeable batteries. Make sure you buy it online - it is at least... more expensive in most stores. Enjoy. Oh yea, it comes with easy to use software.

4-0 out of 5 stars A great camera under a different name
This is indeed a great camera to use, full of features and provides high quality images. If you are having problems finding this model it is also available as the Fuji Finepix 4700 Camera. Fuji designed, and manufactures this camera.

5-0 out of 5 stars compact powerful & versatile with advanced features
After only one week of using the Leica Digilux 4.3 I'm extremely pleased with the quality and features of this camera. After using a Kodak 260 for 2 years with great satisfaction, the Leica is a better overall camera at the same price. ... Read more

156. Vivitar Vivicam 3825 4MP Digital Camera w/ 3x Optical Zoom
by Vivitar

Asin: B00008VSEI
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Vivitar
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157. Panasonic DMC-LC5K 4MP Digital Camera w/ Leica Lens and 3x Optical Zoom, Black
by Panasonic
list price: $799.99
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Asin: B000069V28
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 11602
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Just a Great Camera
This is a camera that has everything a good camera should have in it and none of the junk alot of other digital camreas do have. It is quickly obvious that this camera was designed by leica, it is a nice size, intuitive, easy to hold and has a great lens. Most digital camras i found hard to hold or were so small and flimsy feeling you tought you might break them, this camera very much has the weight and feel of an older rangefinder camra which are some of the nicest camera to shoot with. The most used controls and settings are set with knobs, without having to go into the menus, alot of digitals most things are in the menus so u forget where they were or it takes time to get to them. And best of all this camera has a real focusing ring for manual focusing. The camera has a massive LCD screen on it which is bright and easy to see, it is 2.5 inches, much more than others 1.5, it has a hood u can put on it to protect it and keep the sun off on bright days. but this camera you dont really need the screen with most shooting functions on dials, and a great veiwfinder, and also a small lcd screen like is found on 35mm cameras that shows u all the current camera settings and more. This camera is everything people should be looking for in a camera, great feel to hold and use it, excellent lens and image quality, the absence of electroc junk (some camreas have 30 sooting modes and time zones for 62 cities around the world, if u need 30 shooting modes you will just use auto anyhow) and easy to use intuative contols with limited need for menus. I did alot of looking and this is one of the best camreas out the at almost any price, and why buy the leica at twice the price this is the exact same camera

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Camera
Takes awesome shots and the large LCD screen is really nice to have versus other digital cameras. Has many bells and whistles. Not complicated to work. The only drawback is that it's a bit bulky. ... Read more

158. Photosmart 812 Digicam Bundle 4.13MP 3X Optical 7X Digital Zoom
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $511.00
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Asin: B00007LP8G
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
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159. Photax 3-in-1 Digital Camera,vdo, Mp3,4mp,4x Zm,sd Slot
by Photax Technologies
list price: $499.99
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Asin: B0007700HE
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Photax Technologies
Sales Rank: 3748
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Product Description

3-IN-1 Video-Digital Camera-MP3 Credit card sized QUALITY Pictures 2.1 Megapixel CMOS Sensor 4x Zoom 4 Megapixel Max (FWI), Built-in 64MB SD or MMC memory card slot, expandable to 512 MB MPEG-4 Video + IMA-ADPCM Audio 1-4x Digital Zoom 1.5" TFT LCD Movie Clips Recording, Web Cam/ Video Conferencing Capability, USB and More!! SD/ MMC memory compatible (memory card not included) 1 Year Warranty! Also included $275 worth free extras: Photo Vista Photo Editing software ($75 value) WinDVD Creator DVD burning software ($99) Full 1 year warranty, exchangeable over the counter or free repair ($99 value) ... Read more



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