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$114.00 list($189.99)
61. Canon EOS Rebel GII 35mm SLR Camera
62. Nikon Lite Touch 130 ED/QD Zoom
Too low to display $149.95 list($289.99)
63. Canon EOS Rebel K2 35mm SLR Camera
$129.95 list($340.99)
64. Canon EOS Rebel 2000 35mm SLR
list($199.95)
65. Olympus Stylus 105 All Weather
$42.99 list($79.99)
66. Fujifilm Quick Snap Single Use
$149.88 $147.15 list($299.99)
67. Vivitar V3800N 35mm SLR Camera
$279.00 list($419.99)
68. SeaLife SL560 ReefMaster PRO Set
$19.88 list($39.99)
69. Fujifilm Quick Snap Single Use
Too low to display list($179.99)
70. Canon Sure Shot Z155 Caption Date
$60.00 $54.66 list($69.99)
71. Lomographic Action Sampler Flash
$179.99 $168.99 list($219.99)
72. Konica Minolta Maxxum 50 Date
$299.99 $249.99 list()
73. Nikon N75 35mm SLR Camera Kit
$39.99 $39.96
74. Lomography OKTOMAT Compact 35mm
$169.99 $143.00 list($255.99)
75. Olympus Stylus 150 QD Date 35mm
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76. NIKON F5 SLR Body Only
$149.99 $104.95 list($189.99)
77. SeaLife ReefMaster RC SL515 Automatic
$399.99 list($299.99)
78. Minolta Maxxum QTsi 35mm SLR Camera
$92.99 list($99.99)
79. Lorex CVC6990 Fully Submersible
$89.99 $79.95 list($129.99)
80. Canon Sure Shot 90u 35mm Date

61. Canon EOS Rebel GII 35mm SLR Camera (Body Only)
by Canon
list price: $189.99
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Asin: B00008URS0
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon
Sales Rank: 1542
Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Canon updates its popular Rebel G SLR with the affordable Rebel G II, which offers those experienced with point-and-shoot camera or beginning photography students an easy way to step up to a 35mm SLR camera. This camera does not come with a lens.

Compact and extremely lightweight, the fully automatic Rebel G II features a retractable built-in flash with red-eye reduction, a high-speed selectable 3-point autofocus system, and and settings for multiple exposures and other creative effects. It offers 11 exposure modes (full auto to metered manual with indicator) plus multiple exposure, exposure compensation, and autoexposure bracketing. The new Night Scene mode combines the perfect balance between natural light and flash for stunning portraits at sunset.

Other features include:

  • Metered manual mode for creative exposure flexibility
  • Partial metering and AE lock
  • Shutter speeds of 30 to 1/2000 seconds in 1/2-stop increments
  • ISO 25-5000 automatically set in 1/3-stop increments

The EOS Rebel G II is fully compatible with the complete line of Canon EF lenses, as well as a wide variety of optional accessories including a remote controller, a battery grip, viewfinder eyepiece accessories, and a comprehensive line-up of EX-Series Speedlites.

The camera measures 5.7 x 3.6 x 2.5 inches and weighs 12.35 ounces without batteries and 13.45 ounces with batteries loaded. It's powered by two CR123A/DL123A lithium batteries (3v) housed inside the camera grip. ... Read more

Features

  • Affordable 35mm SLR camera (body only)
  • Automatic features great for beginning photographers
  • Built-in flash with red-eye reduction capability
  • 11 exposure modes--full auto to metered manual with indicator
  • Shutter speeds of 30 to 1/2000 seconds

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Camera for Everyone!
I bought this camera in the summer of 2003 which was when I started my photography endeavor. This camera has been awesome for everything that I have done from practice portraiture, landscape, close up, and everything that I was able to thow at it. I still constantly use this camera as it still continues to intrigue me with its abilities.

Many, and I say MANY people complain online about the lense that is given in the kit. For the work that I have done, and the work that most amature to "prosumer" photographers do, you will not be so extremely dissapointed about this lense. I do have the EF 50mm f/1.8, which is awesome!

The Rebel GII is also extremely light to carry around, especially when compared to older manual type SLR's. Sure, its not as light as a point and shoot but its NOT a point and shoot, its a great SLR. As I advance more in Photography, by December 2004 I'll be buying the Elan 7Ne to meet all of my photo needs. Due to the weight though, the Rebel will be my more rugged body for those shoots that I don't want to risk ruining the Elan. Great camera overall, go buy it!

5-0 out of 5 stars I love this camera
I just got my camera for Christmas and I love it. The quality is great, and it's so lightweight! Gotta have it if you're into photography...great starter camera.

4-0 out of 5 stars Decent Entry Level Camera
My personal background: I've owned several Point & Shoot cameras, both digital and film, as well as an old SLR back when I was in high school. I'm a decent photographer and since I bought this camera in late August (now early November) I've shot probably around 400+ frames.

If you want to shoot in manual mode, this camera works wonderfully. The only downsides I've found is a tendency to under expose by about 1/3 stop and the 1 fps maximum. If you don't need high speed photography and can learn to compensate for the exposure (or take your film to a lab that does) there isn't a reason to buy any other Rebel.

If you use the various auto modes (landscape, portrait, etc.) you'll find the camera works pretty well. Using these modes I can hand the camera over to a family member and expect the photo to come out reasonably well.

The only serious downfall to this kit is the lens. It is about as crummy as lenses come. The photos look fine at 4x6, but if you blow them up, you'll notice they aren't very sharp. The good news is that when your skill develop enough that you realize this, you can go out and buy that nice 24-85mm zoom and 50mm prime and they'll work wonderfully. Expensive bodies are for people with money burning wholes in their pocket. This one is for you. :)

5-0 out of 5 stars Easy to use! Excellent Pictures
I purchased this camera based on reviews from several different scrapbooking message boards. Scrapbookers know their cameras as their hobby is all about GREAT pictures. I have an old Canon AE-1 Program that I purchased 18 years ago and I am a big fan of digital camera. I have an Olympus C-50.

The Canon Rebel takes awesome shots. I took it to Disney World and did not take one bad shot. I used Kodak High Density film. The camera is so easy to use. The telephoto feature worked really well. In the auto mode it works like a point and shoot, but the pictures cannot be compared to a regular point and shoot camera. I am not the best photographer in the world, but this makes me look like I am. You won't be disappointed.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great for beginners, but product specs are wrong...
I recently purchased the Rebel G II and have found it to be a great camera for a beginner who wishes to move beyond simple point and click cameras. Amazon.com has recently dropped the price (May, 2003) to put it in a more comparable range with other sellers of the same camera, but I noticed that the spec sheet has some wrong information. For example, this camera DOES have a self-timer whereas the amazon.com specifications page states it does not. I can attest, the self-timer works well, I have used it many times already since I bought the Rebel G II. Also, the specs page says you can't imprint the date & time on pictures, but you can. It's all explained in the user's manual when you buy the camera. Go to the Canon Homepage and see for yourself if you don't believe me. Don't let the wrong information by amazon.com scare you away from this camera. It has alot of automatic settings (action shots, portraits, close-ups, landscapes) for beginners to use, and it has the capabilities for advanced photographers to use shutter speed, aperture and manual settings to control their shots. The pictures are looking great (I've shot athletes in full sprint and got great looking shots and done hiking and gotten beautiful close-ups of birds/flowers as well as wide landscapes). This camera takes great shots, is easy to use and is a great 1st step for a beginning photographer. ... Read more


62. Nikon Lite Touch 130 ED/QD Zoom Date 35mm Camera
by Nikon

Asin: B0000643EK
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 2881
Average Customer Review: 3.73 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Effortlessly take photographs of sweeping mountain ranges and close-ups of flowers with Nikon's 130 35mm camera. Weighing only 6.7 ounces, the compact 130 gives you a wide range of shooting options with its 3.4x (38-130mm) zoom lens. The passive autofocus system lets you effortlessly take sharp photos without taking you out of the moment. The built-in, pop-up flash illuminates clearly with five modes of operation, and the red-eye reduction feature always comes in handy. The viewfinder has easy frame marks to help you center your image properly, and the diopter adjustment makes viewing easy for every user.

The panorama mode creates wide photos for that special creative touch. Film operation is fully automatic, including film loading, frame advance, rewind, and midroll rewind to make operations a snap. With the built-in quartz date function you can print the time and date onto the pictures you take. Also, the 10-second self-timer is perfect for those group photos. The sliding cover prevents damage to the lens when you are not using it. ... Read more

Features

  • The world’s smallest and lightest 35mm compact camera with sliding lens cover and 3.4x zoom
  • 38mm-130mm (3.4x) Nikon Zoom lens, featuring exclusive Nikon ED glass lens technology for incredibly sharp photographs
  • Up to 628-step, wide-area passive Autofocus system ensures focusing accuracy for great pictures
  • Real-image zoom viewfinder with diopter adjustment for easier viewing
  • Built-in Pop-up flash features 5-mode operation; quartz date allows you to imprint the date/time

Reviews (11)

3-0 out of 5 stars Update on this camera
Ok, I took this camera to Key West and Mexico and found that the quality of my photos were "OK" meaning they weren't exceptional like my old Nikon Zoom Touch. The pictures weren't as clear as Nikon quality is. Even though I had used the HD Kodak film. I'm still on my regular role of Kodak 400 film, so I will update again. Usually with high end cameras you get high quality photos and crisp pictures but not with Kodak HD film in this camera. The pictures were grainy and not sharp quality, but... it might be the film I used on my trip so you'll have to wait for and update.

2-0 out of 5 stars Very fuzzy closeups!!!
I bought this camera for my daughter for her baby shower and am very disappointed. It is not up to par for the Nikon name. Point and shoot quality very nice, BUT any close shots taken were very fuzzy!!! Not good when shooting pictures of a newborn baby! Every roll developed had poor quality pictures of her.

3-0 out of 5 stars Not Satisfied
My Canon Sure Shot was the best camera I ever had. After a few years, the flash wouldnt recharge. I purchased the Nikon based on the new lenses claiming high clearity. I havent seen the clearity. Delays from the focus feature is another disappointment. If given the choice again, I would purchase the Canon Sure Shot and pay the difference.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great, compact, point and shoot
I tried the Pentax 130, the Canon 115u, an Olympus Stylus 120 all with the same result... a trip back to the store with a camera to return. The Pentax took great pictures, but had horrendous red-eye issues. The Canon had red-eye issues and the pictures seemed dark and underexposed. The Olympus Stylus was nice, did not have red-eye problems, but too many of the photos came out fuzzy and seemed slightly out of focus. And to be fair I developed the photos from all of the above at the same place. Since I liked the Olympus, but wasn't pleased with the results, I bought the Nikon Lite Touch 130, which has a similar body style to the Olympus with the sliding front cover and pop-up flash. The pictures I took with the Nikon Lite Touch 130 were very clear and in focus, had minimal to no red-eye, and were the most color-accurate of any of the cameras I tried. The photos I took with the zoom also turned out great. Note: using zoom over about 90mm on distant subjects will probably produce somewhat grainier photos unless you use a tripod and at least 800 speed film. The main reason I like a higher zoom is so you can zoom in on a subject which is fairly close and in focus, while at the same time achieving a blurred background effect. Also, to be fair all these little point and shoot cameras have a fairly long delay before the picture is taken for two reasons: ONE - It takes a moment for the camera to focus on the subject, and TWO - if you use the red eye reducer at all, it takes another moment for the red eye reducer to activate before the picture snaps. I am a perfectionist and know what I want to see. I'm finally seeing it with this camera. The Nikon Lite Touch line is a little more spendy than comparable brands, but well worth the money in my opinion. I would highly recommend any of the Nikon line, particularily the Lite Touch 130 and Lite Touch 150, for their superb optics, focusing cababilities, and accurate color matching.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Shots!
As I have always trusted Nikon. This is the best camera that I have owned since my other Nikon Zoom Touch 400 got to big to carry around. I hated to give up my old camera but this one was the smallest and less bukier camera that I have. I even had to hunt down a Nikon case for it, since no one on the web had the right case for this model. I also searched for the remote that was optional and it wasn't cheap ($25) so I said, "don't really need it". I am a litte concerned about the way cameras are being designed, I don't like the sliding cover as you know things wear out in time. So I am keeping my old camera for back up. Because the sliding cover shuts it on/off, what happens when it wears out. It's hard to find a dependable camera out there with the features and quality that are supposed to be in the camera. I love Nikon but I think the quality of camera is being ignored. ... Read more


63. Canon EOS Rebel K2 35mm SLR Camera (Body Only)
by Canon Cameras US
list price: $289.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B0000CCSDS
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 4384
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 35mm SLR camera without lens
  • 7-point autofocus
  • 35-zone metering system
  • Compatible with more than 50 Canon EF lenses, EX-series Speedlites, and many other EOS system accessories
  • Powered by 2 CR2 lithium batteries housed inside the camera grip

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars A great camera
This is the new version of the EOS Rebel 2000 (they called it "K2" instead of "2K", I suppose in order to avoid giving the impression that the camera is 4 years out of date, which it is not).

It is simply a great camera at a great price. It works as well as any 35mm camera on the market, has a reasonably fast winder, and best of all it takes all of the huge variety of EF Canon lenses. It is actually very light, so you can carry it around without fatigue, or you can bulk it up by adding the extended grip (which gives it a very nice feel).

The zoom lenses are a little slow. I recommend that you get the body only, and start with the 50mm f/2.8 MKII lens, which is a steal at about $70. Together, they make an outstanding, affordable, high-quality package for those of us who still love film more than digital. ... Read more


64. Canon EOS Rebel 2000 35mm SLR Camera (Body Only)
by Canon Cameras US
list price: $340.99
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Asin: B00004TH9F
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 2107
Average Customer Review: 3.75 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Canon EOS Rebel 2000 is an elegant camera body with 35-zoneautomatic exposure. It has a retractable flash and 11 versatile shooting modes. It's small, light, and supports advanced flash-metering system featuresincluding E-TTL, FE lock, and high-speed synch modes with EX-series Speedlites. It has a full range of features, including remote control socket, depth-of-fieldpreview, and scale-metered manual exposure. Creative controls include a seven- point autofocus system, 35-zone AE metering, programmable portrait, landscape,close-up, sports, and night scene modes.

Advanced features include a choice ofevaluative or partial metering patterns, AE lock, auto exposure bracketing,multiple exposure, and more. The EOS Rebel 2000 is fully compatible with all EFlenses and EOS Speedlites, including Canon's latest EX series with E-TTL, FElock, and high-speed synch modes, for incredible flexibility in creative flashphotography. ... Read more

Features

  • Fully automatic 35mm SLR camera
  • Retractable built-in flash
  • Camera body only; lens not included
  • High-speed selectable autofocus system
  • 11 shooting modes

Reviews (4)

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent entry level camera
I love the camera but it seems difficult to find some accessories which I had come to rely on with my old camera. I may just have to upgrade to another Canon SLR.

I bought the Rebel 2000 over a year and a half ago. My previous camera was a twenty-year-old Canon AE-1. I was very happy with the AE-1 but was having trouble seeing to focus in low-light situations. So far the Rebel 2000 has been a great camera - I think I've used every feature at least once. I added a 100 mm portrait lens.

My only dissatifaction is that I haven't been able to find a remote or off-camera shutter release that works. I was sold a Canon Remote Control RC1 which did not work. I like to use an off-camera shutter trigger of some kind in portrait and low-light conditions to minimize camera shake. I also can't find the cable to connect the hot shoe to my studio lights.

On the whole, I am happy with the Canon Rebel 2000.

4-0 out of 5 stars This is one of the best choices in cameras at present. . .
I work in a retail camera store and I have sold more Rebel 2000 camera kits than any other kind of SLR, and I have seen very few returns due to dissatisfaction. The Rebel 2000 has an impressive list of features such as multiple exposure, auto exposure bracketing, selectable focal points, and a full range of factory presets(such as auto for the beginner). Most beginning photographers find the camera's internal lcd screen easy to understand and the built in speedlite (flash) is also a huge plus with this camera. The only negative things that I have to say about the camera is it's weight. I have many older cameras and they were made out of real metal and this just can't compare. The only real option to escape a plastic bodied camera is to a. find an older one, b. get a professional grade camera, or c. go without since most every SLR company out there is making their cameras out of light-weight plastic. For example, the Nikon N 60 was one of the only cameras out there that was heavier than the Rebel 2000. The N60 is being replaced by the N65 and, from what I have been told, it will actually be lighter and better able to compete with the Canon Rebel 2000. In other words the N60 is being replaced with a camera that is full of features and light just like the Rebel 2000. It will be interesting to see how well the Rebel 2000 competes with the new Nikon N65 because they are both going to be in about the same price point.

So, if someone wants a very nice camera with a full range of Canon accesories and lenses to back it up--this is the camera. One could also upgrade to one of the many other Canon SLRs out there, but for the amateur to advanced amateur user this camera will last them for a very long time.

2-0 out of 5 stars falls apart after warranty expires
it's like this thing has a timer on it. When the warranty expires, it will literally fall apart. I say stay away from it. I'm kidding, it totally rules. You should buy it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Rebel 2000 body
The Rebel 2000 is great for a begining photographer looking for a high quality inexpensive camera. It has many features much more expensive cameras have. feature such as a built in flash, many different automatic modes, a very quiet shutter, and a light wight body. I highly recommend this camera. ... Read more


65. Olympus Stylus 105 All Weather Film Camera Kit
by Olympus
list price: $199.95
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Asin: B00009XVC9
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Olympus
Sales Rank: 2598
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Features

  • 2.76x optical zoom (38 to 105mm) lens with aspherical and ED glass elements for sharp results
  • All-weather reliability protects camera from a variety of conditions
  • Automatic film load, advance, and rewind
  • Quartz date imprinting; pop-up flash with red-eye reduction and auto color balancing
  • Kit includes camera case, 3-volt lithium battery, and infrared remote control unit

66. Fujifilm Quick Snap Single Use Wedding Camera Pack (8 Pack)
by Fujifilm
list price: $79.99
our price: $42.99
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Asin: B00068HMKM
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Fujifilm
Sales Rank: 3401
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Amazon.com Product Description

Immortalize your special day with the Fujicolor QuickSnap Wedding Pack. Each pack comes decorated with a beautiful wedding motif and contains four cameras dressed for the occasion in their own bridal wrapping. ... Read more

Features

  • Kit contains 8 single-use cameras with flash
  • Each camera comes pre-loaded with 15 exposures of ISO 800 film for maximum versatility indoors or outdoors
  • Fixed-focus lens, built-in flash
  • 120 total exposures

67. Vivitar V3800N 35mm SLR Camera w/ 28-70mm Lens
by Vivitar
list price: $299.99
our price: $149.88
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Asin: B00005K2R0
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Vivitar
Sales Rank: 478
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Get classic with the Vivitar V3800N, a 35mm SLR camera with a 28-70mm zoom lens packed with features ideal for aspiring photographers. A bright viewfinder with split-image focusing and three-LED display makes composing shots painless and easy. The depth-of-field preview and multiple exposure settings provide the fine-tuning control that great photographers demand.

Film loading is manual with the traditional single-frame advance, and a safety mechanism prevents double-frame advance or double exposures. The camera is also equipped with a hot shoe so you can easily connect a flash unit for more light. The self-timer has a 10-second delay, useful for taking group photos or self-portraits. Weighing barely over a pound, the V3800N is an easy carry for photographers on the go. ... Read more

Features

  • Easy-to-use manual single-lens reflex camera--great for beginning photographers
  • Complete with 28-70mm f3.4 to f4.8 lens
  • Bright viewfinder with split image focusing and 3-LED display
  • Depth of field preview and multiple exposure capability
  • Hot shoe with x-contact for flash photography, synchronized at 1/125 second or slower

Reviews (18)

5-0 out of 5 stars Jewel in the dust! The real professional camera!
I was looking for a replacement for my trusted but worn out
manual Pentax K-1000 SLR.
Its spare parts and repair costs became very prohibitive.
I didn't want to buy used and old camera for the reasons given above.
I've tested at least fifteen different modern professional SLR's.
I stopped experimenting only when I came across this Vivitar V3800n camera.
I was amazed by the quality of the pictures and reliability of its mechanics.
This camera has all features needed in professional photography.
Depth of the field preview, wide range of the film speeds B-1/2000,
split image focusing, multiple exposure button, flash socket and direct Xcontact.
I completed two photographic seasons with this camera and purchased the second
one of the same model to keep it as a spare.
All my pictures selected and sold for publishing in the magazines and journals
I'm contracting with, were performed using this professional camera.
I can use all set of lenses left from my old Pentax with Vivitar 3800n camera
'cause they have the same K-type mount.
...
This is a truly professional grade camera ...!

3-0 out of 5 stars Great camera, poor lens
I purchased this camera as my first SLR to start learning photography.

The Good: The camera body is excellent. It has all the features one needs for manual photography including metering, depth of field preview, and multiple exposure.

The Bad: The lens is slow (f3.4). Unless the scene is very well lit, you'll find yourself shooting at f3.4 with a slow shutter speed almost all the time at ISO 100, even with a tripod. Also, I have never been able to achieve a sharp photograph with this lens, even at mid-range apertures (f8 and f11). At first, I attributed this to inexperience and poor technique. But as soon as I started shooting with a used Sigma lens, the difference was astonishing. I finally know what a sharp photograph looks like.

Overall, I would not recommend this camera package. The camera body is excellent, and is worth buying separately. However, the poor quality lens is not worth it. You will be much better off purchasing a used lens. The lens that comes with this camera can be very discouraging for beginning photographers.

4-0 out of 5 stars I love this camera
I bought this camera for a beginners B&W photography class, and although it's basically the bottom of the line, it's a great little camera. All of my pictures came out clear, unless by my beginners error, of course. It's light weight and very easy to use. I'd reccomend this camera to anyone who wants a good SLR, beginner or non.

5-0 out of 5 stars For those of us who love the essentials...
I love, love, love this manual camera. Personally, I feel that a lot of the bad reviews stem from the fact that some reviewers have skewed expectations for the V3800--it would probably be best to pack your cute digital point-and-shoot for Aunt Edith's party, for instance.

Don't get me wrong--it's the photographer, not the camera that produces a great picture--but this is definetely a device for those of us who are trying for "art", not the family scrapbook, and prefer not to be encumbered by extraneous settings.

I'm not saying I'll never come back to my cute little Rebel EOS(there's something to be said for not having to manually wind your film!) but it's wonderful to be able to set your exposure with a few little dials. Much faster than having to sort through the all the digital silliness. And who really uses that "Night Portrait Mode" anyway? Not I.

Of course, there are some flaws. The flash sync only goes up to 125 and the body is on the heavy side compared to the featherlight cameras produced these days. But even these "flaws" are easy to ignore; I can live without a fast flash sync, as I'm not one for sports photography and prefer ambient light; I also find that my camera shake is greatly reduced now that I've got something to grab on to.

Buy it!! Makes you feel like Brenda Starr or Mickey Spillane, depending :)

1-0 out of 5 stars Want quality? Better keep looking.
I recently bought a Vivitar v3800N camera from a local, specialty camera store. After having the camera for less than 2 months and having shot only about 4 rolls of film the camera BROKE! I have taken extreme care with this camera and have not found a reason for it to malfunction. I will not recommend this camera to anyone.
I am not trying to be harsh or unfair toward Vivitar. I would just write this problem off as a fluke, but I have had two of these cameras and this exact same thing has happened....twice! If you are curious about the problem, the shutter is jammed, for some unknown reason, which I might add is quite expensive to repair. I will not buy another Vivitar camera. ... Read more


68. SeaLife SL560 ReefMaster PRO Set 35mm Camera
by SeaLife
list price: $419.99
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Asin: B00004RG7O
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: SeaLife
Sales Rank: 4472
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The SeaLife ReefMaster Pro set includes a SeaLife ReefMaster RC camera and an array of accessories developed by divers for divers. The camera offers automatic operations and point-and-shoot ease while handling depths up to 164 feet. The large shutter lever requires only light pressure, even at major depths. The SeaLife ReefMaster RC eliminates the need to focus by using a fixed focus to take pictures from 4 feet to infinity. The SeaLife ReefMaster RC can also take shots on land. It uses standard 35mm film and AA batteries. Other features include a built-in flash--but a more powerful external flash comes with the Pro accessory pack. The external flash is fully automatic and reduces backscatter.

The soft deluxe padded carrying case offers an adjustable shoulder strap and will keep your camera well organized and protected. The kit also includes a SeaLife macro 3x close-up lens/underwater filter, a SeaLife care kit, SeaLife Moisture Muncher antifog desiccant, the SeaLife color booklet Great Pictures Made Easy, and a user's guide for the external flash unit. ... Read more

Features

  • Waterproof to 164 feet
  • 35mm wide-angle lens
  • Triple-element lens construction
  • Push-button operation
  • Comes with SeaLife macro 3x close-up lens/underwater filter, SeaLife care kit, and external flash

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars SeaLife ReefMaster PRO Set
Great camera as far as point and shoot goes. Although you can save money buy direct from SeaLife.

2-0 out of 5 stars I just recommended the SeaLife Reefmaster...
....over the Canon Elph. It works at a greater depth. This makes it more versatile at only a slightly higher cost.

However, the "Pro set" is [no bargain]. Just buy the camera instead. ... Read more


69. Fujifilm Quick Snap Single Use Wedding Camera Pack (4-Pack)
by Fujifilm
list price: $39.99
our price: $19.88
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Asin: B000068GRV
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Fujifilm
Sales Rank: 1611
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Features

  • Kit contains 4 single-use cameras with flash
  • Each camera comes pre-loaded with 15 exposures of ISO 800 film for maximum versatility indoors or outdoors
  • Fixed-focus lens, built-in flash
  • 60 total exposures

70. Canon Sure Shot Z155 Caption Date Zoom 35mm Camera
by Canon Cameras US
list price: $179.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B000063YAQ
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 2585
Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The elegant, easy-to-operate Canon Sure Shot Z155 makes shooting all of life's precious moments simple. The world's smallest 4.2x zoom 35mm camera, the Z155 features a powerful 37-155mm lens and Canon's three-point autofocus and autoexposure system, built-in Light Guide zoom flash, and seven-mode Best Shot Dial.

Canon's Best Shot Dial provides seven shooting modes for pinpoint control for tackling even the most challenging situations. Modes include close-up, portrait, action, and night scene. And when you want even greater individuality, you can set and save your own shooting preferences with the personal mode.

The Sure Shot Z155 incorporates a passive seven-point switching-type artificial intelligence automatic focusing (AiAF) system, which allows the user to clearly view and sharply focus on the subject in a wide variety of conditions. The focusing and metering systems are linked to the zoom, ensuring virtually the same focal range for both wide angle and telephoto shooting.

It can handle all light conditions from sunny to dark, and when shooting night scenes, the slow-sync mode makes sure background illumination also gets captured. The camera's viewfinder also incorporates a dioptric adjustment knob, increasing the usability of the camera for users wearing glasses.

As an extra feature, certain models have the possibility to add captions like "Happy Birthday" on the finished photographs. ... Read more

Features

  • Powerful 3.6x 38-155mm power zoom lens
  • Canon's Best Shot Dial with its 7 programmed settings does all the thinking for you
  • High-precision 3-point Smart Autofocus for sharp focus every time
  • 1/1,200-second top shutter speed plus real-time release to capture action
  • Built-in retractable flash

Reviews (10)

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent camera ,highly recommended!
I was surprised to read all the negative reviews about the canon z155. My own experience with this camera has been basically positive. Since purchasing the camera 7 months ago, the majority of my prints have been sharp, clear, colors bright and true to life. The only drawback i can think of is the pictures do tend to blur when using full zoom without a tripod. I dont think this is specifically Canon's problem, though, because photography books all recommend using a tripod when using a high zoom. At 155mm, one needs a very steady hand or the pictures blur. When I do use a tripod, even my pictures at the highest zoom come out crystal clear. I'd recommend this camera anytime!

2-0 out of 5 stars Inconsistent
Although my canon rebel SLR is incredible and we've had great canon's before, this one is very disappointing and inconsistent. I've had the same problems as others with blurry pictures and delays in taking photos after pushing the button. I'd recommend finding another camera or upgrading to a SLR from Canon (though pricey).

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Camera - Fun Features - Excellent Pictures
Bought this camera in a pinch as our old one broke two days before Christmas. Didn't get a chance to read the reviews here first (and I'm glad I didn't or I probably would not have bought it!). I quickly snapped a roll of 24-exposure film to try the camera out and see if we wanted to keep it.

The pictures came out BEAUTIFULLY! I took some indoors, some out. Some with the fully automatic point-and-shoot, and expermimented with the potrait mode, sports action mode, and night mode. They all came out fantastically!

It's like having two cameras in one - a fully automatic no-brainer point and shoot as well as some features that allow you to be more creative and experimental with photography if you want to. Also a great zoom.

Canon must have corrected the issues that some of the eariler reviewers posted, because I did not experience any of these problems.

1-0 out of 5 stars Worst camera ever
I am so glad after seeing the other reviews to know that I'm not crazy- this camera really is awful! The inconsistent quality of photos is dreadful, with many underlit and blurry for no clear reason. I love my other Cannon and wish they would stay away from making such supposedly "smart" cameras.

1-0 out of 5 stars Blurry Pictures!!!
I was very disappointed when I got my film developed from the Canon Z155!! I went to a concert, took 5 rolls of film, and only like 24 pics came out halfway decent...ALL of the zoomed pictures came out blurry, no matter what setting I tried or what speed of film!! I even had front row, and most didn't come out!! Very Very disappointed... I would not recommend this camera if you want zoomed photos! Even the outdoor zoomed pics were not top quality!! ... Read more


71. Lomographic Action Sampler Flash 4-lens 35mm Film Camera
by Lomo Cameras
list price: $69.99
our price: $60.00
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Asin: B0001HM7NU
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Lomo Cameras
Sales Rank: 1854
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Features

  • Shoot 4 sequential images on one print
  • With one touch of the shutter button, all four lenses are fired in sequence
  • A 4-step electronic flash fires in synch with each lens
  • Capture a 4-frame action portrait over 1 second
  • Uses regular 35mm film - prints can be developed anywhere

72. Konica Minolta Maxxum 50 Date 28-100 35mm SLR Camera
by Konica Minolta
list price: $219.99
our price: $179.99
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Asin: B0001GV58O
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Konica Minolta
Sales Rank: 1057
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Features

  • Small, compact 35mm SLR includes 100mm autofocus zoom lens
  • Multi-dimensional predictive focus control
  • High-quality spherical acute matte focusing screen
  • Quartz/date function adds time and date to your photos
  • Compatible with Minolta's lightweight D series lenses

73. Nikon N75 35mm SLR Camera Kit with 28-80mm f3.5-5.6 Nikkor Lens
by Nikon

our price: $299.99
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Asin: B00009WO84
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 1505
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • More Portable - This Nikon SLR is compact and light enough for anyone to handle.
  • Enhanced Versatility - With fully automatic mode and five Vari-Program modes.
  • Sharper Pictures -Five-Area Dynamic Autofocus.
  • Nikkor Lens - 28-80mm f3.5-3.6
  • Superior Exposure - 25-Segment 3D Matrix Metering to capture scene in detail

Reviews (12)

4-0 out of 5 stars Very good - but make sure you're comfortable with size
It is essentially a facelift job on Nikon N65 (marketed outside US as F65), and all the good things that can be said about N65 apply to this product, too: it's reliable, it's capable of fully-manual operation (although this can be a little fiddly and N75 will feel more natural in automatic or semi-automatic mode).

Quality of pictures, for the price, is stunning, and in the line-up of entry-to-medium level SLRs this is definitely the one to choose (for example, auto-focus speed beats Canon equivalent hands down; Canon Rebel 300 - marketed outside US as Canon EOS 300 - also looks decidedly like a cheap compact camera with a big lens on top).

For many, many users (including myself) it will provide all the advanced functions that they will ever want. Pricier "professional" cameras like N80 are of course more robust and may have a few extra features or even faster AF, but the difference in price will be so significant that you will have to be a heavy user to make a more expensive camera pay for itself.

The only reservation about N75 is the size: Nikon tried to make this camera as small as possible, which makes it more agreeable for delicate hands (or so they think). For someone like me, a person with bigger paws, it does not feel right - it is just not chunky enough to provide a good grip: a lightweight camera it might be, but still it is no compact thing which you could put in your shirt pocket. This is an important consideration: all the good features will bring you no joy if you feel awkward holding the camera in your hands.

5-0 out of 5 stars One great camera
This camera is amazing. I've been using one for about 5 months and I'm amazed at the high quality pictures I've gotten. The camera has a lot of advanced features that allow even someone new to SLR photography to take excellent pictures. The camera also includes 4 priority modes which allow you to develope even more as a better photographer.

The lens that comes with the camera is a 28-80mm f3.3-5.6 Nikkor. This is a good all around lens. I used it for the first three months solo before getting a 70-300mm lens. I still use the 28-80 a lot, but if you plan on continuing taking pictures, then you should get a bigger telephoto lens.

The camera is very easy to use and if you get one, experiment with all the functions on the camera. You will most likely be very happy with the results.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Camera f
This is a great camera for amateurs because it has Nikon quality at a great price. Please don't think cheap piece of crap, though. Its zoom isn't great but thats why it's for amateurs. Note: NOT FOR BEGINNERS FOR THAT A SIMPLE POINT AND SHOOT WILL DO. It's easy to load and to use. And has a dicent flash syncro of 1/90. I also reccomend a Quantaray Filter to replace the lense cap becuse after a while the lense cap get extremely annoying.

4-0 out of 5 stars Need to know something about the N75
I now own a N60 which does not work with an external flash, I would like to know before purchasing this one if the external flash would work with it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent, economical SLR
I love my Nikon N75 - it's by far the best camera I've ever owned. I've had it for several months now, and have taken the best pictures of my life with it. A great first SLR, due to the ability to leave it in fully automatic mode at first, and then start using the expanded features as you learn.

I mainly wanted to write this review to debunk the 'error' a previous reviewer was complaining about. They really should read the owner's manual... The 'film not loaded error icon' that they are talking about is used in two ways on this camera. If when you first load the film, something goes wrong, this will blink to indicate the film was not loaded correctly. The second use is as a 'low-film' indicator. When you're looking through the viewfinder, this light will blink when you hit 5 exposures left. It's obviously meant to let you know you're getting close to the end of your film, so you don't miss that 'perfect shot' due to running our of film. The fact that the reviewer went through several of these cameras, and never figured this out astounds me. I've never had to contact Nikon support, but I would hope that the support person I got would be a little more knowledgeable than the people she talked too...

Overall, if you're looking to get started with an SLR, you can't go wrong with this camera. I would, however, suggest that you visit your local Ritz (or equivilent camera shop) to hold onto the camera, and compare it to a few others. I was all set to buy a Canon Rebel Ti, based soley on reviews - until I went to the shop. It just felt wrong in my hands, where the Nikon felt perfect. It's all a matter of personal preferrence, so you'll want to make sure you're getting the right one.

I've also been pretty hard on this camera since I got it (Ritz has an optional replacement warranty, so I've not been too worried) - including getting it soaked on a boat trip. It's kept on going through everything I've thrown at it - very durable.

Pros:

-Can be used as a point-and-shoot when needed (or while learning)
-Has the ability to control every aspect of the picture taking process.
-Great built in flash
-Amazing 25 point 3D metering system
-Controls are all easily accesible while holding the camera
-In my opinion, it just feels sturdier and more comfortable in your hand than the Canon Rebel Ti - Canon's equivilant camera

Cons:
-Being an SLR, it's a little on the big side. It is, however, lighter than you might expect. Basically, you have to be making the commitment to carrying it around with you. For this, I'd highly recommend one of the lowepro bags - they're about the smallest you can get for this type of camera. ... Read more


74. Lomography OKTOMAT Compact 35mm Camera with 8 Serial Lenses
list price: $39.99
our price: $39.99
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Asin: B0007VVXHQ
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Lomographic Cameras
Sales Rank: 1336
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 8 tiny lenses shoot in serial succession over a span of 2 seconds
  • 8 frames are composed together on each print, producing mini photo vignettes
  • Pop-arty, multi-frame format invites experimentation, movement and creativity
  • No focusing, no flash; requires sun lighting for best results
  • Uses standard 35mm film, standard processing

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Freaky Fun
This is a cool addition to your camera bag, it is a cooky cool way to create "Art"! 8 little shots, you'll need to pay for the largest size prints allowed by your budget though to get the full 8 piccie effect, on each frame. As with all Lomo effect cameras the colours are skewed, the pictures are not bitingly sharp (getting a high res 35mm film helps though), and the effects are very much hit and miss, but the hits are superbly bizarre. Once you see the effect you'll be hooked, it is really a basic wind, point and click, hear the classic "whirrrrrrrrrzzzzzzzzclick" sound and you are done! It works best with a moving subject, crowd scenes, pets, kids, etc.... I took some shots at a hippy market in Totnes, UK and the results were great! Really odd and strangely unwordly. I took some straight shots with a Nikon D70 too and although these were interesting, the Lomo brought out the spaced outedness of the scenes, the colours and movement are pure Lomo. I love itand so will you too, for this price it is worth the gamble! Pop one in your pocket and whenever you come across a scene with bright colours, movement, shifting patterns the Lomo 8 lens camera will come into it's own. Shoot low to avoid 8 pictures of the sky and the tops of people's heads. Keep the wrist strap away from the front too. ... Read more


75. Olympus Stylus 150 QD Date 35mm Camera Kit w/ 37.5-150mm Zoom
by Olympus
list price: $255.99
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Asin: B0000D0Y4Z
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Olympus
Sales Rank: 2795
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Features

  • Ultra-compact and super-sharp 37.5-150mm, 4x Zoom
  • Quartz Date/Time Imprint
  • Innovative Camera Shake Indicator warns of camera shake and reduces the risk of image blur
  • Multi-wide 11 point AF System for highly accurate autofocusing
  • Amazing high quality lens system featuring an ED glass lens and two double-sided aspherical lenses

76. NIKON F5 SLR Body Only
by Nikon

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Asin: B00006I5JM
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 4548
Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Please note that this is a camera body only and that a Nikon AF-series lens (or comparable) is required for operation
  • Built-in atomatic film advance is capable of shooting up to 8 continuous exposures per second
  • An exclusive, internal RGB light meter divides the image into 1005 discrete units and clearly analyzes the figures against images in its memory to help provide the optimal setting
  • Adjustable center-weight metering for more precise small-area metering (ie. fashion photography)
  • Multiple exposure control settings and exposure compensation variances

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars Nikon's Pro 35mm Camera
I take better pictures with the F5, let me clarify, at an air show, while whale watching and of course all the people shots I would have missed if it were not for the speed of the auto focus and the wonderful metering system. I think it is one of the attributes of this camera the ability to get the shot, quickly and accurately.

Battery Consumption: Battery consumption has not been a problem for me. My purchase is a late model production camera and I am aware that the earlier models did have a battery consumption issue.

Weight: The F5 is a heavy camera but I like the weight and feel of the camera. I think because of the weight the camera balances nicely in your hands and the F5 is a dream to hold. I am able to hand held this camera at a lower shutter speed than I could with other cameras. The craftsmanship is superb and I enjoy how well the F5 is made.

Familiar Controls: I like the ability to go from one Nikon to another and most of the controls seemed familiar.

Weather Sealing: I have taken the F5 while on a sailboat in Kauai in 15 foot swells hanging on to the boat with one hand and just pointing the camera with the other (program mode) and guess what I got some good shots. I don't hesitate using this camera in adverse weather conditions and just wipe and clean it.

Some comments lead to believe that some people have walked in from the street and purchased a two thousand dollar camera. That the person never picked the camera up and realized how heavy the camera is. Not that the F5 is that heavy look at some medium format cameras. If you are looking at this camera I'm sure you already are aware of peoples comments good and bad. It would hard for me to believe that someone will purchase the F5 as a first Nikon camera. I would assume that the person who made this purchase has an assortment of Nikon products and knows what they are doing.

The F5 was introduced in 1996 and was a top of the line 35mm camera and in 2004 it still is the top of the line. I know other manufactures make great cameras but eight years later this camera is still at the top of the list.
This camera will be that last film camera that I own. It is not because I'm going digital, because I'm not at the moment. It is because this is simply the best film camera you can purchase from Nikon and it just might be the best film camera you can own.

Negatives: I wish the focus area brackets in the viewfinder illuminated in red similar to the N80 and F100

5-0 out of 5 stars F5
This great camera makes photography easier. If you want to improve your skill level, this camera won't hold you back. However, you can't blame the camera anymore for your bad photos. The only bad mark I can give it is it is rather heavy, and not made for backpacking. I carry my FM2n then. Otherwise, I am very happy with it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Dream Camera Nikon F5
I purchased the F5 a year ago and this is what I think. I take better pictures with the F5, let me clarify, at an air show, while whale watching and of course all the people shots I would have missed if it were not for the speed of the auto focus and the wonderful metering system. If it sounds like I use the camera as point and shoot camera sometimes I do exactly that. I think it is one of the attributes of this camera the ability to get the shot, quickly and accurately.

Weigh:The F5 is a heavy camera but I like the weight and feel of the camera. I think because of the weight the camera balances nicely in your hands and the F5 is a dream to hold. I am able to hand held this camera at a lower shutter speed than I could with other cameras. The craftsmanship is superb and I enjoy how well the F5 is made.

Familiar Controls: I like the ability to go from one Nikon to another and most of the controls seemed familiar.

Weather Sealing: I have taken the F5 while on a sailboat in Kauai in 15 foot swells hanging on to the boat with one hand and just pointing the camera with the other (program mode) and guess what I got some good shots. I don't hesitate using this camera in adverse weather conditions and just wipe and clean it.

The F5 was introduced in 1996 and was a top of the line 35mm camera and in 2004 it still is the top of the line. I know other manufactures make great cameras but eight years later this camera is still at the top of the list. This camera will be that last film camera that I own. It is not because I'm going digital, because I'm not at the moment. It is because this is simply the best film camera you can purchase from Nikon and it just might be the best film camera you can own.

5-0 out of 5 stars The best 35mm film camera that will ever be.
The F5 is very likely the best 35mm film camera that will ever be, and in most ways takes the 35mm film SLR concept to its ultimate. This camera, operated with even minimal skill, simply will not take pictures that are not superb, at least from an exposure and focus standpoint. The F5 has a lightning fast autofocus system that will work fine even under very dark conditions. The F5 exposure system is probably about as good as any auto-exposure system will ever be, and certainly it is as good as anyone needs one to be. I have constantly been impressed and often startled by how good my F5 pictures turn out, even under tricky lighting conditions that a lesser camera (without a better photographer) would have screwed up. The F5 is a great camera.

Things about the F5 I don't like? A few. First of all, the F5 is built like a tank--very durable and heavy duty. Unfortunately, after you carry it around for awhile, it feels as heavy as a tank. The F5 is large, heavy, and not especially easy to stow away for trips or toss in that backpack. This is about the only thing about the F5 I found to criticize. Incidentally, a smaller Nikon that is technically very similar to the F5 in features and performance in most respects is the Nikon F100. Amateur photographers who want the best film camera available should consider the F100 which has almost the same exposure and autofocus systems in a lighter, sleeker body.

Why do I say the F5 is (probably) the best 35mm camera that will ever be? Very simple--the world is going digital. Camera companies, Nikon included, are not likely to put much in the way of R&D towards improving 35mm cameras. Their money is going towards improving the digital cameras, which are presently undergoing rapid evolution, and which are beginning to approach (but have not yet equalled) the F5. Fortunately for film enthusiasts/die-hards, the F5 and its smaller brother, the F100, are so good that little more improvement is called for.

4-0 out of 5 stars The best (and possibly last) flagship Nikon SLR film body
The Nikon F90X was a very good intermediate-type camera during the mid 1990's. I sold it and purchased a used heavy-weight (features and mass) Nikon F5 from a Toronto photo flea market 5 years ago.

With over 250 rolls of 24 exposure film, this camera has not failed me yet. It is well balanced with every AF and AFS Nikkor lens that I have been able to mate it with. The camera also works extremely well with the Nikon SB-28 Speedlight.

The 3 gripes I have about this camera are:

a) Lack of illuminated focusing points in the viewfinder,
b) Lack of a focus lock to prevent accidental focus shift, and
c) Having to visit Nikon to default the film rewind leader out.

Overall, a solid performing film camera body. ... Read more


77. SeaLife ReefMaster RC SL515 Automatic Dive Underwater 35mm Camera
by SeaLife
list price: $189.99
our price: $149.99
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Asin: B000063EKD
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: SeaLife
Sales Rank: 2802
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Works both underwater and on land
  • Rubber armored and easy operation to 164 feet (50m)
  • Uses standard 35mm film and AA batteries
  • Built-in color corrected flash
  • Stainless steel hardware

Reviews (1)

3-0 out of 5 stars Pretty good but some problems
The SeaLife ReefMaster RC takes OK pictures but they came out rather blurry and grainy. My guess is that the flash is not strong enough. I went snorkeling with it in La Jolla, CA. It was a bright day with good visibility although never ideal conditions in this area. Perhaps if I was snorkeling in the Florida Keys - which I've done and got good pics with a Fuji one time use underwater camera. I guess in perfect conditions, any camera works well. I've also tried the Sea & Sea MX5-II with no extra external flash. It took better pictures but it looked like water was getting into the housing. The good thing about the Reefmaster RC is that it looks like it stays dry so less worry about that. One further con though is that you cannot turn the camera on/off from the outside of the housing. You must take the internal camera out. To get around this you can leave it always on - it has an automatic shutoff and then you push down the lever a little to activate the camera. Problem is I couldn't tell if the camera was on and took a few pictures of nothing by accident. I was worried the batteries would die as well. Also, the flash ready light is very hard to see. I might try an additional external flash but that means more $$. ... Read more


78. Minolta Maxxum QTsi 35mm SLR Camera Kit w/ 35-80mm Lens
by Konica Minolta
list price: $299.99
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Asin: B00004S5H6
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Konica Minolta
Sales Rank: 1600
Average Customer Review: 3.86 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Minolta Maxxum QTsi is the easiest-to-use single-lens reflex camera in Minolta's Maxxum product line. It handles and operates similarly to a fully automatic point-and-shoot camera, but provides the picture quality and system flexibility that only an SLR camera can offer. It is a camera you can grow with by adding lenses, flash units, and accessories.

The Minolta QTsi features a detachable 35-80mm lens, selectable automatic or manual focus, a built-in pop-up flash with four modes, a self-timer, and TTL-type metering. It also offers programmed autoexposure with an additional five modes for portraits, landscapes, close-ups, action shots, and night portraits. Film transport is automatic as well. A large on-body LCD panel displays exposure mode, battery condition, mode selection, and whether manual focus or autofocus is selected.

In the box, you receive the Minolta Maxxum QTsi body, a Minolta lens and lens cap, an adjustable neck strap, a user's manual, and warranty information. It operates on two 3-volt CR2 lithium batteries, which are sold separately. This camera is covered by a one-year manufacturer's warranty on parts and labor. ... Read more

Features

  • Easy-to-use single-lens reflex camera
  • Includes detachable 35-80mm zoom lens
  • Automatic pop-up flash with 4 modes
  • Programmed autoexposure plus 5 preset exposure modes
  • Automatic or manual focus for new and skilled photographers alike

Reviews (36)

5-0 out of 5 stars Finally something for the novice
For years I have waited for a SLR camera that allowed the user to change lenses and had features common to most instamatic cameras. A camera that would take the guesswork out of focusing or choosing the right settings, and at a price that I could afford. Minolta's QTsi had what I was looking for. With the 35-80mm lens, that comes with it, it allows for closeups as well as extending the shooting distancen and all with professional quality. By adding a lens or two, Minolta allows the user to take telephoto or extreem closeup photographs without breaking the bank. The QTsi comes with a flash that takes excellent photgraphs in little or no light, as long as the subject is not out of the recommended distance, it also allows the attachment of a larger flash unit that will increase the flash distance. The booklet is very helpful and honest in informing the user on how to use the camera and lens properly to achieve the best results, and does so in easy to understand language. The AF (Automatic Focus) feature is great for those of us who wear glasses or contacts, and may have trouble knowing if the subject is actually focused. No more out of focus shots because we have compensated for our poor vision. With the addition of a tripod, taking family photos can be done any time, like when the grandkids come for the weekend and there is no time to get to a professional studio. With the 10 second timer, you can get in the picture too, and even eleminate redeye in closeups. If you are like me and have been wanting to step-up to SLR photography but they seemed complicated, complex and to expensive Minolta's QTsi is the camera for you.

2-0 out of 5 stars Wish I bought a Canon Rebel Instead
I bought this camera a year and a half ago. Love the feel - very comfortable. I also love that it can be fully manual or fully automatic and anywhere inbetween. My biggest problem with it is that when I use it as a point and shoot (regardless of mode - portrait, landscape, etc.) all my pictures come out overexposed. They just look washed out. I've tried different speeds, different brands of film, but I have to say that my Fiance's little Canon Sure Shot takes pictures 10x better! I haven't given up yet, but I do wish I had spent the extra money and bought the Canon Rebel instead.

5-0 out of 5 stars Minolta QTSI ...300+ rolls and going strong
I bought this camera in June 2000 to use on our trip across country. We shot 93 rolls of film in 19 days of Lake Michigan, Mt. Rushmore, The Badlands, The Grand Tetons, Yellowstone, Las Vegas, The Grand Canyon, San Francisco, The Pacific Coastline, the St. Louis Arch , and 11 lighthouses. Neither of us are great at taking pictures but we were VERY pleased with all our photos!
Since 2000, we have had a new son and we have shot an estimated 125 rolls of him. I would recommend using Kodak Max 400 speed film. My son has big blue eyes and with this film I PROMISE you, we have no red eyes! We travel alot we have been to see numerous lighthouses in Ohio and along the East Coast as well as the Tribute in lights in New York City in April of 2001. We always return with at least 30 rolls of film to be developed. (Eckerds loves us)
I received a 70-300mm zoom lens for Christmas . I am looking forward to many more great shots(only my lighthouse shots will be even better now).
We have never had any trouble with this camera except for running out of film. (wink-wink)
You don't have to be a pro to use this camera. This camera takes great photos from close ups to landscapes.

5-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful Camera
Since I am married to the military, I travel a lot to different countries. This camera is perfect, whether I am taking pictures of Mt. Fuji or my newborn, this camera always delivers great results. The auto focus is slow at times, but you can override that and manually focus on the object.

5-0 out of 5 stars GREAT for beginning photography enthusiasts!
I started using the QTsi two years ago and I've NEVER used anything else since then (my fully automatic Olympus has been permanently retired from my usage).

This camera is easy to use, and can be switched to manual control for more challenging and more creative photography options.

It's perfect for someone with an interest in photography but not a lot of experience as a photographer. The QTsi is a perfect beginner's camera but can be used even by more advanced photographers as well.

My interest in photography has quadrupled since discovering the ease of use for the QTsi and I thoroughly enjoy working with this camera and trying all sorts of filters and lenses for it. ... Read more


79. Lorex CVC6990 Fully Submersible Waterproof Camera
by LOREX
list price: $99.99
our price: $92.99
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Asin: B00006JPPW
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: LOREX
Sales Rank: 1988
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Features

  • Security camera
  • Fully submersible up to 100 feet in fresh water
  • Versatile mounting bracket, power supply, and 100 feet of cable
  • Wide-angle lens
  • Ideal for outdoor applications

80. Canon Sure Shot 90u 35mm Date Camera Kit
by Canon Cameras US
list price: $129.99
our price: $89.99
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Asin: B00008W70R
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 2653
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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A smoothly designed point and shoot that doesn't lack in important features, the Canon Sure Shot 90u is easy to use and can adjust to most situations to capture clear photos. The 2.3x zoom (38 to 90 millimeters) provides a wide range of options in snapping your subject. The autofocus system uses 3 sensors to create a sharp and clear image, even when the subject is in motion or off-center. The 90u has several shooting modes such as automatic, action, night scene, portrait, and close-up mode.

Film loading, advance, and rewind are fully automatic for easy operation, and you can even rewind mid-roll as well. The flash can be set to automatic, fill, off, or red-eye reduction. Use the exposure compensation to help show subjects out in under or over lit situations. The 10-second self-timer is useful for self-portraits or group shots. You can also imprint the date onto your photos for record-keeping. This camera kit also includes a wrist strap, soft compact case, one 3-volt lithium battery (CR2), and one 24-exposure roll of 35mm film. ... Read more

Features

  • 2.3x zoom lens 35mm camera
  • 5 programmed shooting modes
  • 3-point autofocus system
  • Built-in flash with red-eye reduction
  • 10 second self-timer

Reviews (10)

1-0 out of 5 stars AWEFUL CAMERA!!!!
this camera was great the first couple days and then the flash went. does not work. called canon and they wanted to fix it but I had to pay for the camera to be shipped there and shipped back, because I had just bought they were willing to look at it but not guarantee that it was not going to cost anything to fix this awful camera. this was the second and last canon product I buy. the A80 is just as bad!! the flash does not read and canon told me that it was a problem they were having w/ alot of there digital cameras. STAY AWAY from this brand!!!!!! customer service is rotten to the core very non helpful.

5-0 out of 5 stars love it
i received this camera as a gift and love it. i'm a casual picture taker and i find that the quality of the pictures is very good overall. it's easy to use.

1-0 out of 5 stars Rip-off! Canon knew there was problem, sold cameras anyway
If you look up "canon" and "flashing h" in a search engine, you'll see what you'll get if you buy this camera. Canon knew there was a problem and put the cameras on the market anyway. Huge rip-off and a waste of my $90. I WILL NEVER BUY A CANON PRODUCT AGAIN.

3-0 out of 5 stars Not very impressed
After reading the reviews on this site for this camera it sounded like the perfect camera to give my friend as a gift. She has been loving using my expensive SLR camera and I was hoping that if she had a nice camera she would be able to take photos that were of a great quality like mine. Well I purchased this Cannon Sure Shot and the first reason we didn't like it was that the flash took forever to take a photo. The time from when you pushed the button to when it finially finished the photo was to long for taking pictures of kids. The second thing we didn't like was that the viewfinder was so small. It made it really difficult to take accurate photos at night. I would just have to hope that I got everyone in the photo. This might just be because we are spoiled with my SLR camera but I ended up returning the Canon Sure Shot. I am now going to try another point and shoot camera and hope I have better luck. I wouldn't recommend the Cannon Sure Shot camera to anyone who wants to take photos of kids or anything else where the moment would pass you by in a couple of seconds because with this camera you won't be able to capture that moment on film.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Photo Quality!
I received the Canon Sure Shot, a few weeks ago, as a wedding gift. I am completely impressed with the quality of the pictures. The colors are noticeably more crisp & clear than the photos I take with my Olympus Stylus camera, and costed about the same price. My Olympus Epic Stylus is a little bit smaller & lighter & has a weather resistant cover. However, the Canon is plenty small & light compared to other cameras.... and the output is so much nicer, that I plan to use this as my main camera (I'll save the ultralight, weather-resistant Olympus for hiking or backpacking). I have to give this a 5... a great buy. ... Read more


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