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81. Canon EOS ELAN 7E 35mm SLR Camera
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82. Canon 130u Sure Shot 35mm Camera
83. MINOLTA X370 35mm SLR Camera Kit
$34.99 list($39.99)
84. Lomographic Supersampler Camera
85. Canon Elph 2 APS Camera Kit
$109.99 list($159.99)
86. Canon Sure Shot 130u II 35mm Camera
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87. Kodak F620 Advantix APS Camera
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88. Canon EOS Rebel 2000 Date 35mm
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89. Olympus Stylus 80 Quartz Date
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90. SeaLife SharkDiver SL 300 Underwater
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91. Olympus Trip 500 35mm Camera
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92. Kodak C400 Advantix APS Camera
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93. Canon Rebel T2 35mm SLR Camera
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94. Kodak MAX Water & Sport Single
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95. Leica Minilux 35mm Camera
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96. Fujifilm Q1 Zoom APS Camera (Black)
97. NIKON N75 QD 35MM Autofocus SLR
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98. Konica Minolta Zoom 160c Date
99. LEICA CAMERA CM Professional Compact
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100. Minolta Maxxum 5 35mm SLR Kit

81. Canon EOS ELAN 7E 35mm SLR Camera Kit w/ 28-90mm Lens
by Canon Cameras US
list price: $900.00
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Asin: B00004YZLZ
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 3222
Average Customer Review: 4.63 out of 5 stars
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The Canon Elan 7E features the eye-controlled focus system, the fastest means of focusing and metering a photographer can find. By using more focusing points and greater off-center coverage than other cameras in its class, this camera is able to take an exact reading in approximately 1/20 of a second. When a photographer brings the camera to their eye, their glance is tracked by the focusing system, allowing framing and focusing to become a single uninterrupted creative process. An easy one-time calibration is all that's needed to activate the eye-controlled focus system. Once this calibration is complete, the camera is able to precisely detect which part of the viewfinder the photographer is using. It then automatically focuses the lens with amazing accuracy.

This system delivers crisp, sharply focused images whether the camera is in a vertical or a horizontal position. The Canon Elan 7E is even able to store the distinct calibrations of up to five different photographers. Using an EF 300mm f2.8 IS lens, it can track a subject moving at 186 mph until it's a mere 66 feet from the camera. This fast-focus system, combined with the ability to shoot at almost four frames per second, makes the Canon Elan 7E the perfect choice for capturing those demanding sporting events or special occasions when you don't want to miss a single moment. And, considering its continuous shooting speed, the Elan 7E is also remarkably quiet. This feature gives the photographer the opportunity to shoot the perfect wildlife scene without disturbing or scaring the subject.

Part of the Elan 7E's focusing system is the seven-point wide-area autofocus. The eye-controlled focus system was designed to work especially with this precision feature. Seven focusing points are arranged in a wide cross pattern with a central "cross-type" sensor. The wider-than-usual area gives the photographer the ability to achieve a remarkably sharp, focused image instantly. This function works whether the subject is off-center, stationary, in motion, in low light, or even in low-contrast situations. The shot will still come out sharp and crisp, and without the need to recompose the shot. By using the focusing-point selection keys, the user is able to select any of the seven focus points simply by pressing a key. Representing a bold innovation in speed and usability, this feature gives an additional amount of image control back to the photographer.

A highly advanced metering system, comprised of 35-zone evaluative metering sensors, is linked to the seven focusing points. Whether shooting indoors or outside, day or night, a seamless integration of exposure and focus ensures remarkable clarity and contrast in any image. This system gives the photographer accurate control over situations that combine light and shadow or that feature strong backlight. When metering subjects against very dark or very bright backgrounds, partial-area metering measures 10 percent of the viewfinder around the chosen focusing point. This provides accurate image results when dealing with shadows or highlights. The photographer can also use the Elan 7E's center-weighed metering function. This mode places greater emphasis on what it reads as the center of the frame by measuring the entire scene. No matter which function the photographer chooses, precision metering is guaranteed--whether the camera is in a vertical or horizontal position.

Giving the photographer even more creative control is the command dial. This allows manual-control light, speed, aperture, and depth of field. Shutter priority lets the photographer choose the shutter speed, while the Elan 7E automatically selects the correct aperture. This function is especially useful when capturing action shots. With aperture priority, the photographer picks the aperture setting while the camera chooses the correct shutter speed. This is helpful when control over the depth of field is essential. Using the eye-controlled focus system to define the "sharp zone," the photographer can calculate the precise depth of field automatically. It's even possible to check the depth of field using the preview button. ... Read more


  • Features Canon's exclusive Eye Controlled Focus--the fastest, easiest method of selecting a focus point
  • Top shutter speed of 1/4000 of a second and fastest in its class 4 fps film advance
  • Fixed new laser-matte screen with 7 focusing points; 35-zone evaluative metering system
  • WhisperDrive brings near silent shooting, when used with Canon's exclusive USM lenses
  • Includes 28-90mm lens

Reviews (27)

5-0 out of 5 stars An outstanding camera
ELAN 7e is an outstanding camera with a very impressive performance. From the day I have purchased this body, it has functioned flawlessly. I believe that this body is suitable for serious amateurs who wish to work either fully manually, semi-manually or full-automatic modes, whichever they desire. I have preferred Canon to other brands for the following reasons: 1. The dials are more handy and easy to access to 2. Canon provides USM lenses capable of working very silently. 3. Unmatched reputation of body endurance 4. The built-in eye-controlled auto focus system allows very fast and accurate way to focus (and it is a miracle, it has not focused on a single wrong focusing point as of yet.). In my opinion, it IS worth the extra you pay for it! 5. The body is very sturdy. 6. Canon has a wide service network. 7. Infrared remote controlling is enabled, allowing as much as needed time to compose the picture and place yourself in it. The diopteric adjustment is also useful for myopes like me. It has a lot of additional features that come in handy. I have to emphasize that I am not a professional so I can only recommended this body to serious amateurs. For beginners in photography, Canon Rebel will be just as good. If you intend to buy this body, do not go for 28-90mm lens but prefer the 28-105 F/3.5-4.5 II USM lens instead and definitely purchase a tripod.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fantastic beginners camera
For the record, I have been using this camera for over 2 years now and I shoot mainly nature and people.

The Canon Elan 7E/EOS30 is a fantastic all around camera for beginners/intermediate photographers.

At the time of buying this camera, there was a confusion whether to choose the rebel or the elan 7E. I would very strongly recommend anyone to consider buying the intermediate Elan 7 as compared to the basic rebel. The rebel has a very "plasticky" feel to it and if I remember correctly, there is a single knob to set both the aperture and the shutter speed. Once you move away from shooting it as point and shoot, you will realize that the single knob can get incredibely irritating.

As for the "E" i.e. eye focus, I never really used it too much but am planning to shortly. So you can save some money by getting the Elan 7, if you so wish since the Eye feature is essentially just a gimmick. Now I also wish I had got the date feature, since down the road it might be an useful tool. (say, 40 yrs, from now, you want to know when the picture was taken ;) )

The most wonderful thing about the ELan 7E is that it allows you to grow with it...It offers a whole bunch of features, that I think will take you from a beginning stage (point and shoot) to a more advanced stage (total manual) phase. After shooting over 20 rolls of film and slide, I still find myself reading the manual and noting down some new feature to try out on my next roll.

Small piece of advice for beginners.. I realize now that the money you spend on lenses might be worth almost more than the money you spend on the camera. Coz even the best camera cannot produce a decent picture with a bad lens. I would strongly recommend avoiding the standard lens(28-90mm, I think) that comes bundled with it (even if the total package is cheap). I bought the body separate and then a canon 28-105 f/3.5-4.5 lens and I have never regretted the decision. Its a relatively sharp lens at both ends and is always mounted on my camera for shooting almost anything. If you are on a tight budget get the Canon 50 mm 1.8 II which sells in most shops for under $100. I am now slowly saving up for a L series lens.

Besides the usual preset options like portrait,landscape,closeup,sports,night mode,the Elan 7E offers a whole bunch of features that I found really useful. Here are some of them,

1) Depth of field preview button.
2) DEP (depth of field AE) - this really helps if your lens does not have a distance scale (like the 28-105mm). Say for e.g., you need to preset the depth of scale from 0 to infinity, this feature helps you to achieve that effect without the distance scale on your lens.
3) AE lock
4) Exposure compensation - you can set the exposure compensation upto + or - 2 stops in half stop increments and you can do it without taking your eyes of the viewfinder.
5) Auto exposure bracketting - for those really important pictures that you dont want to miss :)
6) bulb exposures - allows you to have as long a exposure as you want. I found this really useful. I hear that some cameras have limitations on how long they can be exposed. (RS - 60E3 shutter release cable is really useful for this)
7) multiple exposures
8) mirror lockup etc etc etc.

The built in flash suffices for all my needs. Lots of people in this website recommend the battery pack, but I would suggest anyone buying this camera to first check it out themselves. I find the grip good enough for me.

All in all, I just love this camera. I have been having great fun for past 2 yrs with it and am confident of having lots more fun for few more years at least and I dont think you will get a better performance for this price...If you have the money, just get it & start shooting !!

1) Solid feel and good looks
2) Enough bells and whistles to keep you curious and interested for quite some time.
3) focussing point selection with seven focussing points (auto or manual)
4) whole bunch of lenses to choose from
5) built in flash
6) Rugged build - have used extensively in real hot weather(AZ) as well as sub zero temperatures (MI)
7)Relatively light and compact.
8)Best price/performance ratio

1) I feel an LCD would have been invaluable tool to have during low-lit situations
2)Lack of spot metering - this is one feature I would have loved to use.
3)Auto focus fails to activate when you try to shoot closeups(macros), cloudy landscapes or under low light situations

4) Depth of field preview button is hidden...I have never been able to activate it without taking my eyes off the viewfinder !

4-0 out of 5 stars Very Happy Canon User
I read the previous reviews and agree with most everything. This is a great camera that can be easily used by a beginner but has the features wanted by experienced pros.

The one thing I was disapointed in is that it did not say anywhere, until I already purchased the "E" model and read the manual, that the EYE CONTROL DOES NOT WORK IF YOU WEAR CONATCT LENSES. The "E" model was a waste of money for me due to this and that is the reason I gave this camera 4 out of the 5 stars.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great upgrade from EOS rebel but avoid Eye Control
I upgraded to this camera from the EOS Rebel 2000. This time around, I did things right by just buying the body instead of getting the body+lens option. I did this b/c the quality of the lenses that come with the combined package usually are optically a joke. This time, I picked this camera up with 2 separate lenses...Canon 28-135mm IS USM and the Canon 100mm macro USM lenses. Both of these lenses have a super fast and quiet ultrasonic motor...the crappy lens that comes with the combo option will likely not have this option. You get what you pay for.

I am very very pleased with the performance of this camera. The weight feels very good in my hands...the knobs and buttons are well placed. Although this camera does not have a spot meter, it has a partial meter which will serve you fine.

If I could do it all over again, I would have gotten the plain old Elan 7 w/o the eye control. I find that eye control is not effective with only 7 focusing points...also, the need for repeated calibration to perfect this is annoying. I find myself using the center focusing point only and recomposing. Save yourself some cash to spend on lenses/filters/etc. and forget the eye control or the quartz date options.

While this camera has a very quiet whisper drive, don't let the marketing fool you since the slap of the mirror still sounds the same as you trigger the shutter.

Love this doesn't feel flimsy at all. Great buy for an intermediate photographer. I would also recommend picking up the 420EX speedlite as it was designed to work specifically with the Elan 7/7e.

4-0 out of 5 stars A Good Camera
I received this camera as a gift and have thoroughly enjoyed it.
The instructions were easy to follow and gives tips throughout on becoming a better photographer.

The camera was light and easy to carry and button use was simple. My only complaint was I felt the flash was inadequate but overall its a good camera. ... Read more

82. Canon 130u Sure Shot 35mm Camera Quartz Date Camera Kit
by Canon Cameras US
list price: $179.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B00007033W
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 1877
Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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  • 4.2x zoom lens has an extended focal-length of 38mm to 130mm for wide-angle, normal, portrait and telephoto perspectives
  • Passive 3-point Autofocus system
  • Exclusive Best Shot Dial for simplified exposure settings including programmed autoexposure
  • High-eyepoint viewfinder with dioptric adjustment for people with varying degrees of vision
  • Built-in electronic flash with multiple modes, including Red-Eye reduction

Reviews (9)

5-0 out of 5 stars Nice camera
Nice camera, Nice features. Rating this camera low because it didn't come with a battery is nonsense. Takes good pictures.

4-0 out of 5 stars simple and easy
Great Camera for the price. It's simple and compact which makes it easy to point and shoot. I would have given it five stars but it came without battery. Overall very satisfied.

1-0 out of 5 stars Why ship a new camera without a battery?
Why isn't the purchaser informed the camera comes without a battery? It's the first camera I have ever purchased which required a battery and wasn't delivered with one. Because of this I am not able to rate this camera.
I have tried to turn the camera on to no avail. My wife also was unable to turn the camera on. So, we have presumed the camera has no battery. Neither of us were able to open the battery compartment to verify the absence of a battery because evidently neither of us has the required strength to do this. I shall take this to a camera store sometime this week to check the camera out. I placed a roll of film in the camera but nothing happened when I closed the case. The film was not taken up. The number "1" did not appear on the screen indicating the camera was ready for action. What more can I say???

3-0 out of 5 stars Almost everything we wanted.
When we went shopping for a camera to replace our current one, this is the one that we came across. My brother even has the same camera and he loves it. We did research and found that it had everything that we needed until upon receiving the camera, we found that it doesn't have the date caption that we thought that it did. There are two different models of this camera, one says caption and one doesn't. We had seen the one with caption at many other stores and didn't realize that there was a model without a caption.It is a great camera, unless the date caption is an important feature for your family.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great camera!!!! If you have kids...this is for you!!!
Finally I have found the camera for me! I have shopped around quite a bit, and have done alot of research! I have tried "Nikon"..."Minolta" and they do not even compare to this camera!

I have kids and taking pictures fast is a must for me! I have yet to miss a moment! The flash is ready to go quickly after a picture is taken,(so you can take 2 pics of your baby doing something cute!!)You do not have to keep someone smiling while the red eye reducer light is working, it is that fast!! The view finder is large, so you can find something moving around in the view finder quite easily! It is small and compact to keep in my purse.
I also use the Canon Rebel SLR...another great find!! But when you need a small point and shoot...this is the way to go!

TWO THUMBS UP!!!! Worth every penny I paid for!! Canon is a name to depend on! ... Read more

83. MINOLTA X370 35mm SLR Camera Kit
by Minolta

Asin: B00006I5I4
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Minolta
Sales Rank: 12204
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  • This 35mm SLR camera is designed for the serious photographer who is interested in exploring new horizons of creativity and photographic skill
  • Instead of passively pointing and shooting, the X370 offers options that keep you in control while, simultaneously, helping you make decisions as to which settings are appropriate for your picture
  • Semi-automatic mode allows you to set the shutter speed while the camera determines the proper aperture
  • Center-weighted metering helps determine correct settings as you choose aperture and shutter speed
  • Manual focus control with split-image, acute-matte focusing screen

84. Lomographic Supersampler Camera (Blue)
by Lomographic Cameras
list price: $39.99
our price: $34.99
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Asin: B00007I2KN
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Lomographic Cameras
Sales Rank: 975
Average Customer Review: 3.83 out of 5 stars
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The Lomographic SuperSampler blue camera is a truly original and exciting addition to the world of Lomography. Something of an improvement over the ActionSampler and CyberSampler 2.0, the SuperSampler uses a unique pull-cord film advance mechanism and incorporates four lenses in a panoramic format to capture four shots per frame, each just a fraction of a second apart. The end result is four long images stacked on top of each other that show the sequence of motion. This gives you something akin to panoramic "movie stills" that can even be scanned and animated into a mini four-frame movie on your computer. (Click on the "See more pictures" link at the top of this page to see sample photos that were taken with the SuperSampler.)

Brought to you by the same Lomographic Society folks who introduced the free world to the famed Lomo Kompakt Automat camera, the SuperSampler shares the original Lomo's wacky, creative image--as evidenced in the colorful, photo-filled booklet that comes with the camera. The SuperSampler is also a study in styling with its unique pull-string design and ice blue color. It doesn't have a flash and sports only a small removable square to frame your photos. "Shoot from the hip" is the driving philosophy behind the Lomographic Society.

Everything with this camera is manual, including film loading, winding, and rewinding. The lens is fixed focus. However, the SuperSampler does offer two speeds--standard and high speed (four photos in 2 seconds in standard mode; four photos in 0.2 seconds in high-speed mode). And, although this multiple-image format works best for action shots, it can turn any subject into a creative, interesting slice of life.

Since there is no built-in flash; the best results occur under bright lighting conditions. It comes with a six-month warranty--Lomo will replace the camera free of charge if anything goes wrong with it during that time period. Included in the box are the camera, a SuperSampler booklet, and one roll of 24-exposure ASA 200 35mm film. ... Read more


  • Four lens 35mm camera that shoots 4 panoramic images per frame
  • Unique pull-cord film advance mechanism
  • Two speed settings, standard and high speed
  • No focus settings; use distance to judge
  • Best results occur under bright lighting conditions

Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars A unique, fun camera
No one should order this camera hoping that they will receive a professional quality item. It is simply made to be fun, and that is what it is. It is made of plastic, and it is I will warn you. Nonetheless, it is, as I have said, tons of fun. Naturally, since it has no flash, you have to take the pictures with plenty of light. Also, every picture you get developed isn't going to be of professional quality, but that is part of the fun--you just dont know what you are going to get.

4-0 out of 5 stars get more action!
This little camera is a very simple and straightforward device of instant fun - it's fun to use, people are always asking you questions about it, it doesn't weigh much so you can take it anywhere and best of all: your pictures are always surprising!

Don't expect it to take ordinary pictures, don't demand every photograph to be perfect. To get the best idea of what this camera is all about, visit the manufacturer's website because they have minisites for each of their products).

I got one of these supersamplers a few months back. Yes, you do need lots of light. Yes, you should take care not to pull the cord too hard (if it feels like it's jammed, you're probably just out of film).

You should also make sure to catch (people in) action or create actions yourself. Step closer to your subject while shooting the picture, have someone twist around for you, turn your wrist so the camera itself turns around while shooting, ... experiment!!

And that's the fun! Your interaction with others, their reactinos when they see the pictures, and just the tiny movement of pressing that button...

2-0 out of 5 stars Not what I was hoping for
I got the camera, opened it, loaded the film, took 3 photos, and the pull cord almost broke (like I read about in a previous review), so be VERY careful with the cord. So I took 20 photos on the 24 exposure roll of film, and the cord would pull no more, so I figured "whatever", and rolled the film and took them in to get them developed, of all 20 photos, one of them turned out, the rest are all almost pitch black. I don't really see any point for anyone to buy this camera.

5-0 out of 5 stars I love my lomo!
This camera is a lot of fun. The one thing is you do need the 800 ASA, otherwise pictures are too dark.
This camera is all about being suprised at what you get, just point it arround, move it and shake it.

By the way, mine was soak in water, and I lost the current film, but then it dried and it's working perfectly. So it's ok to take it sailing : )

2-0 out of 5 stars Nice Idea....
I bought one of these last year, after reading so much about lomo and having previously bought an "action sampler" (Lomo's other 4 lens camera) I payed my money and eargely waited every day for it in the post and to be honest this was a great dissapointment. I got through one film, which turned out OK before the Winding on cord broke. This makes this camera pretty much unusable to me. Another annoying aspect is the whole light thing going on with this. You can only use this in BRIGHT light. Other wise the pictures are about as crappy as disposable camera. Living in the UK this also makes this camera pretty useless for 9 months of the year. Disspite this its a very cool idea and is a lot of fun! But in the end thats all it is really, and overly priced. Maybe if I had got it cheaper and it hadnt have broke so quickly and easily i would have rated this more.
However I rang up the Lomographic society about it and they offered to ship me out a replacment so perhaps that one will fair better. Just remember these things before you spend your cash on this.
A:Make Sure you live in a SUNNY country
B:Make sure to take care when pulling the cord and loading the film
C:Try and get it as cheap as you can
If you ignore these, dont be suprised if your dissapointed. ... Read more

85. Canon Elph 2 APS Camera Kit
by Canon
list price: $249.99
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Asin: B00004SC3Y
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon
Sales Rank: 1870
Average Customer Review: 4.25 out of 5 stars
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The Canon Elph 2 is one of the world's smallest Advanced Photo System cameras equipped with a 2x zoom lens. Even though it is constructed of durable stainless steel, it still weighs a mere 6 ounces and is about the size of a deck of cards.It is a fully automatic point-and-shoot that you can take anywhere.

The Canon Elph 2 has an all-glass aspherical lens with hybrid autofocus, automatic exposure control, a built-in flash with red-eye reduction, and intuitive film speed setting. It also offers a 10-second self-timer that is compatible with an optional RC-5 remote. Along with these foolproof features, you get the ease of use of the APS format, which includes drop-in film loading, midroll change, and an array of other user-friendly features. You can choose among three print formats--classic, group, or panoramic--as well as a number of date imprint options.

The Canon Elph 2 operates on a lithium CR-2 battery. This kit includes a battery, a carrying case, a strap, and a roll of film so you can start snapping pictures right away. The kit also includes a one-year manufacturer's warranty on parts and labor. ... Read more


  • Tiny automatic Advanced Photo System camera with a 2x zoom lens
  • APS features such as midroll change and 3 print formats
  • Easy drop-in film loading
  • Automatic flash with red-eye reduction mode
  • Includes case, battery, and film

Reviews (64)

5-0 out of 5 stars Even better than I had hoped
I needed a new film camera that was truly pocket-sized, since my Sony Mavica is about as big as a videocam (but great pictures and so easy to download them to the PC). My Dad has the Elph 2 and I was very impressed with the pictures he was getting. Plus, I really liked the looks of the camera. I did check out the Canon PowerShot 110, but it's slightly larger, a lot more expensive, and I really needed a camera with which I could take a roll of film, drop it off, and pick up prints an hour later.

So far, I've used it mostly indoors, and am extremely pleased with the results. They are far superior to what I was getting with my older Pentax point-and-shoot. There is red-eye with certain eye colors, but that's easily fixed by scanning the picture into the PC and manipulating the image, then having it printed from a floppy.

I like the APS film format and have found that the 400 speed Kodak gets great results. You won't even need the flash for a lot of your indoor shots when you go with the 400. I also like getting the contact sheet instead of a bunch of negatives. I've mainly stayed with the "classic" mode, but the other two are nice to have if you need a wider field of view for your shot. I have heard that with APS you cannot get great quality with enlargements bigger than 5 x 7, but I don't usually enlarge them anyway.

The best part about this camera is literally being able to take it anywhere, and being able to take candid shots without people being aware of the camera. Once they do see it, they will want to hold it and they'll have lots of questions about it, because it's so cool.

If you need instant feedback on whether your shot turned out the way you wanted, then you would be better off going with the digital version, but if you want a very good film camera that is the ultimate in portability, you cannot go wrong with the Canon Elph 2.

4-0 out of 5 stars Compact, sleak and versitile
This little camera has taken a lot of great photos for me. The image quality is pretty decent considering its size. The main advantages of buying this camera are:

1. Its portability.
2. 3 different shot formats: regular, HD and panoramic (which in the right situation I find is a must).
3. Very easy to use!

There are a couple of features which I haven't found to be that great though.

1. The zoom is 2 1/2. Not altogether useless but not that powerful either.

2. If you take a lot of different pictures: panoramics, HDs and regular all on the same role prepare to pay a lot to get your film developed. 3 roles 2 25s and a 40 cost me around $ to get developed. So just be prepared.

Over all this is a quality camera and well worth the money for anyone looking for a point and shoot.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Point and Shoot on Market
I bought this camera 3 1/2 years ago to take with me when I moved to Germany. It's small enough to fit in your jeans pocket, but makes cleaner and better quality prints than I've seen in a point and shoot camera. It was very durable and lasted several years of use overseas, and I'm still enjoying its compact size and light weight here in the states. If you are in any way intimidated by the digital camera age, and would like a small, versatile APS camera, this is it!

4-0 out of 5 stars This is a GREAT Little Camera!
I have owned this camera for about 3 years, and am still surprised in the quality of photographs I get from it! We recently returned from Maui, where a photo can make or break a beautiful memory. Most, if not all, of our photos from this trip are frameable, they are SO beautifully crisp and clear! It does a great job in any of the three modes it offers. The film loads and unloads easier than any camera I've ever operated, and the flash is automatic, so you don't even have to think about it.

The only complaint I've ever had is that it doesn't zoom very far, but that is a small sacrifice for such great photos from this little wonder!

5-0 out of 5 stars A truly well engineered product
I own the original Elph and also the digital Elph S200 (now discontinued). I love them both. The $500 Pentax with the bazooka lens sits on the shelf, unused and collecting dust. The Elph line is everything you want and need, unless you aspire to be an artiste. ... Read more

86. Canon Sure Shot 130u II 35mm Camera
list price: $159.99
our price: $109.99
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Asin: B0007WK8M6
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 4370
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Product Description

Sophisticated lightweight 3.4x Zoom Lens 35mm Camera with New Beeper Signal Function Ultra compact, the stylish Sure Shot 130u II has a 3.4x Zoom lens, a high-quality aluminum body and Canon's Zoom-Coupled Smart Autofocus for great results anywhere. Plus, there's an advanced Light Guide Zoom Flash with Red-Eye Reduction. You only get one shot in life. Be sure with the Sure Shot 130u I ... Read more


  • Advanced light guide and zoom flash minimizes red-eye
  • Ultra-compact and stylishly designed
  • Features a 3.4x zoom lens
  • Zoom-coupled smart auto-focus takes great shots at any range
  • Six different PIC modes for a wide range of scenes

87. Kodak F620 Advantix APS Camera w/ Zoom
by Kodak
list price: $79.99
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Asin: B000067A4Z
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Kodak
Sales Rank: 741
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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  • 30-60mm zoom lens takes portraits and group shots
  • Picture Quality Information Exchange (PQix)
  • Advanced autofocus system captures sharp photos from any distance
  • Automatic flash fires in low-light situations
  • Film-door safety interlock prevents accidental fogging

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great, user friendly camera
I've had a great experience with the Advantix F620. My favorite feature is it prints the date on the back of each photo. The zoom is awesome, and it has an auto shut-off if you forget and leave the camera on.

3-0 out of 5 stars Good
I got this camera on sale so especially for the price I paid I feel like it's a great little camera. The picture quality is generally good, and it has quite a few features and it's user-friendly in every way. The only thing that it has done to bother me is get a little fuzzy on long-distance shots when you're using the zoom (w/o the zoom they're clear and close up zoom shots are very clear). But a higher speed film (at least 400) seems to minimize that problem. I am looking for a new camera b/c I want a more powerful zoom, but I will continue using this one as well, especially outdoors, for the panoramic mode.

1-0 out of 5 stars Annoying delay
Do not try to capture things that move - like kids. You push the button at the perfect moment and the camara takes the picture at least a full second afterwards. By that time the perfect moment is gone. I have so many pictures of my kids looking away because of this. Don't waste your money. This camara is terribly flawed! ... Read more

88. Canon EOS Rebel 2000 Date 35mm SLR Camera (Body Only)
by Canon Cameras US
list price: $400.99
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Asin: B00004TH9G
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 4704
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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The Canon EOS Rebel 2000 Date 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. The EOS Rebel 2000 Date body includes date and time imprinting soyou can keep track of your photos. ... Read more


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

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Canon Rebel 2000
This Camera takes incredible pictures. It has a wide range of shutter speeds rangeing from 2000 to bulb. plus hte 7 point auto focus syste is hand in most situations. Plus it is very light making it easy to carry around.

5-0 out of 5 stars This is a fantastic camera
I had bought a fantastic camera called Canon Rebel 2000 Date Body in Brazil. For me, a amadorist photographer is perfect camera SLR. I need this camera to take pictures from climbs, camps, and so. And my sister take pictures from your architectural projects. And I bought a 20/80 lenses, to improve my camera. ... Read more

89. Olympus Stylus 80 Quartz Date 35mm Camera Kit w/ 38-80mm Zoom
by Olympus
list price: $179.99
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Asin: B0000D8I7E
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Olympus
Sales Rank: 3278
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  • Ultra-compact and super-sharp 38-80mm, 2.1x Zoom.
  • Multi-wide 11 point AF System for highly accurate autofocusing
  • 3-way AE system determines optimum exposure setting
  • Comes with battery, remote and case
  • Innovative Camera Shake Indicator warns of camera shake and reduces the risk of image blur.

90. SeaLife SharkDiver SL 300 Underwater Reloadable Camera
by SeaLife
list price: $39.95
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Asin: B0000W45A4
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: SeaLife
Sales Rank: 2934
Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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  • Underwater 35 mm reloadable camera
  • Dive tested to 80 feet
  • Automatic film advance
  • Automatic & Manual flash activation
  • Can be reloaded withISo 400 or Iso 800 35mm film

Reviews (1)

1-0 out of 5 stars Flooded on first use
Despite taking extreme care to ensure o-ring integrity after loading this camera the first time, it flooded on its first dive at 45 feet. I followed the manufacturer's directions exactly, ensured a clean o-ring and mounting, visually inspected the o-ring for stretch, tears, dust, hair, etc. prior to closing, all to no avail. A replacement camera from a no-name brand I purchased from a local dive shop on Bonaire for half the price as a replacement performed flawlessly through six reloads at depths of up to 100 feet. Hugely disappointing. ... Read more

91. Olympus Trip 500 35mm Camera
list price: $21.99
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Asin: B0002M5KU6
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Olympus
Sales Rank: 2074
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35mm fixed-focus lens-shutter cameraAutomatic features such as auto film advance rewind and auto-flashAuto-flash includes a red-eye reduction lamp Precision-crafted lens provides superb picture clarity and color Focus-free 28mm wide-angle lens for a big view 4 2/5 W x 2 1/2 H x 1 1/2 D Includes two AA batteries film and carrying caseShipping package dimensions: 10.5x8x2 (len x wid x dep) ... Read more


  • Precision-crafted, 28-millimeter lens
  • Powered by two AA batteries
  • Easy to use and elegantly designed
  • Fully automatic features
  • Flash includes red-eye reduction lamp

92. Kodak C400 Advantix APS Camera
by Kodak
list price: $69.99
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Asin: B00004SGAX
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Kodak
Sales Rank: 1617
Average Customer Review: 3.33 out of 5 stars
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The C400 Advantix camera from Kodak features point-and-shoot simplicity.Its 25mm glass lens and autofocusing let you take photos from 2.5 feet and beyond, and the flip-up flash fires automatically in low-light situations. The flash also fires away from the lens to reduce red-eye. The flash unit protects the lens when the flash is closed.

Every photo is labeled with the date and time, and the Kodak C400 records lighting and color data on the film's magnetic strip for the photo lab to use during developing. Because the Kodak C400 is an Advanced Photo System camera, you have the choice of three print formats--classic, group, or panoramic--and the viewfinder displays the selected picture size. The Kodak C400 automatically advances and rewinds film, and the safety interlock prevents the door from opening until the roll is completely rewound. A self-timer lets you take self-portraits or include yourself in group shots.

A roll of Kodak Advantix color film, two AAA batteries, coupon book, instructional manual, and detachable camera strap are included. Kodak offers a one-year warranty on parts and labor. ... Read more


  • Advanced autofocus system captures photos in classic, panoramic, or group format
  • 25mm all-glass lens
  • Automatic flash fires in low-light situations
  • Film-door safety interlock prevents accidental fogging
  • Timer lets you take self-portraits and group shots

Reviews (6)

4-0 out of 5 stars Kodak camera C400:
I have owned this camera for over a year and considering it is my first camera, it's pretty good. However, there are a few things that customers should be aware of. For instance, the C400 does not have a zoom feature, which makes it really hard to take far away pictures, because you have to get closer to the subject, which is not practical when you're taking pictures from an elevated surface. Even though this camera comes with a night flash the majority of my night and indoor pictures have come out underexposed. However, I do recommend this camera if you don't have to take pictures from elevated surfaces(no zoom to bring the picture closer to you), and/or in low light situations, the extra flash is not enough. This camera is also good for first time owners of a camera. Once you start taking pictures you can determine your needs a lot better and buy something else.

2-0 out of 5 stars Stopped working after a year
I'm definitely in the minority here.

I had a C400 which suddenly stopped working (shutter stopped working). Unfortunately, I didn't find out about it until I had wasted several rolls of film. Luckily, the snapshots I took were replaceable. Still I expected more from Kodak.

If the reviews here are any indication, you will have better luck than I did.

1-0 out of 5 stars Stay Away!
Coming from the perspective of someone who worked for one of Canada's largest photo retail chains, I strongly advise anyone agains buying Kodak Cameras, or at least be aware of thier reputations.

Our company stopped carrying Kodak cameras because of thier poor construction, common problems were with the battery doors, film doors, zoom, and the flip flash. The most common being the batter door latches breaking off. In one year we returned twice as many from our store as we sold. It was that bad.

Kodak makes awesome high end cameras, thier film and paper can be second to none as well, but thier cameras, leave that to the big three.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great camera
i really enjoyed this camera. it worked very well and i always got perfect pictures. the only problem was that the film got stuck in it and since it uses new advanced film, we couldn't just open it up and pull the film out. i am now planning on trying once more with the advanced film by purchasing the c700 zoom camera from kodak.

5-0 out of 5 stars if you want a good camera you have found it !
If you are looking for a camera that looks good feels good is small enough to carry around and the right price you have found it,it is of coarse the kodak C400,and that sums it up really !short and sweet! ... Read more

93. Canon Rebel T2 35mm SLR Camera (Date Body)
by Canon Cameras US
list price: $259.99
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Asin: B0002XRWRO
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 2205
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  • Fully automatic 35mm autofocus SLR camera
  • 7-point high-speed, wide-area selectable autofocus
  • Ergonomic design with secure grip, large backlit LCD screen
  • Enhanced built-in flash with advanced E-TTL II autoflash
  • Body only; Compatible with Canon EF lenses

94. Kodak MAX Water & Sport Single Use Camera
by Kodak
list price: $22.99
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Asin: B000066HUG
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Kodak
Sales Rank: 252
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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  • Single-use camera
  • Waterproof up to 50 feet
  • Shock-proof rubber shell
  • Scratch-resistant lens
  • Stocked with Kodak MAX Versatility Plus 800 Film

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars Fun for Water in the Sun Shots
My friends and I took a trip to the Oregon Coast last weekend or some boogie boarding and wouldn't you know it, half way there I realized I left my camera at home! We pulled into a mini mart and I picked up this great little single use camera.

This little Kodak camera worked out so much better than my digital would have anyway - seeing as I wouldn't have dared bring the digital INTO the water! The pictures came out crisp and full of color, it was fun to use and to take underwater pictures of friends, and to top it off it was super cheap! This is actually my first experience with a single use camera where the photos came out good (it's been a long time since I've used one and those pictures came out all grainy.)

Others mentioned the lack of flash as a downfall, but for daytime use it worked like a gem. I'd recommend this camera to anyone who wants to take some water shots in the sun. For that use, this a five star item!

3-0 out of 5 stars No flash no big deal?
My wife and I bought this camera at the last minute to take with us to Hawaii for our honeymoon. We went snorkeling in Molikini (who hasn't?) and I have to say 3 things about this camera that have been mentioned already but need to be taken into serious consideration.

1. Price - A $10 waterproof disposable camera is very reasonable. I think for the price this camera is everything it is suppossed to be. The charter we went on the snorkeling trip with was renting $400 cameras with all the bells and whistles for $20 and $10 per roll of film.

2. Flash - For a snorkeling trip, and staying close to the surface I have to say this camera didn't do too bad. The colors were a bit blueish but nothing that I can't live with. As far as my 25 foot dive down to a turtle to get a picture, I shouldn't have wasted the picture, it is dark and blurry without a flash.

3. Eye Piece - This is a big pain to use with goggles. I eventually stopped trying to aim and just started snapping pictures. I would have to say that to be able to take clear photos underwater this camera needs a bigger eye piece.

Overall I was satisfied with this camera but to tell you the truth I wish I would have rented the camera from the boat with the flash (if only for the picture of me and a giant turtle).

3-0 out of 5 stars Not bad for under 10 bucks
I used 2 of these cameras on vacation in Aruba. I took one down to 85ft with no problems. There is no flash so you better have great visibility or there will be no pictures. The camera is bouyant so you also need to use the rubber band tether that comes with it. I did not put it in my BC pocket for fear that it would come out and rush to the surface. But it was fine on my wrist.

4-0 out of 5 stars No enough sunlight under 10m,,, no flash either :-(
This camera looks really good and promising. Although Kodak says it could down to 50ft, the camera itself has the phrase "max 35ft or 10m" written on it. But we reached 60ft and nothing happened to it. It didn't break or leak! It also is a little bit buoyant, which means it won't sink if dropped, instead it will ascend.

It has two disadvantages; the first is its lack to a flash. There isn't much sunlight under 35ft of sea water and so the photos turned out a little too dark and bluish. After color correction the photos turned so pale and spotted. The pictures taken above 20ft were awesome. The second disadvantage is that the camera's eye lens it too small for someone who is wearing a diving mask (goggle).

The camera doesn't lose its color to the eye even under 60ft since it is blue. And it has a place where a rope or a nylon tape can be tied to it so it can be attached to the diving jacket (BCD).

It is not perfect, but it's the best.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Camera - both underwater and above
I recently took this camera on vacation with me to the Cayman Islands. It was wonderful! My pictuers came back clearer than what I had expected them to. The only thing I would change is the shutter button. It is located in the front of the camera and is kind of hard to push. The button is a little okward. ... Read more

95. Leica Minilux 35mm Camera
by Leica
list price: $799.99
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Asin: B00004U0DC
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Leica
Sales Rank: 4634
Average Customer Review: 4.36 out of 5 stars
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The Leica Minilux is a topnotch 35mm compact camera that boasts anextremely attractive and durable titanium housing combined with a high-speedSummarit 40mm lens. The Minilux is a little heavier than most compact cameras,and is intended for the serious-minded amateur photographer who insists on thevery best. It offers an aperture priority mode, allowing you to manually set theaperture before shooting your picture (the camera will automatically choose theshutter speed). The Minilux also features either automatic or manual focusing.The exposure meter is center-weighted for precise metering, and the built-inflash fires automatically in low light. This camera is guaranteed to net youimpressive results and last nearly a lifetime.

About Leica:
Seventy-five years ago, the first Leica camera was introduced to the public atthe 1925 Leipzig Spring Fair. At the time, it was by far the most innovative35mm camera ever produced (as well as one of the very first). Since then, nocamera in the world has been more widely acclaimed for continuously meeting thehighest standards of excellence in both optical precision and designquality.

Notably, many internationally acclaimed photographers such as HenriCartier-Bresson and Sebastião Salgado have used Leica cameras throughouttheir careers. We think you'll find that Leica compact cameras maintain the sameintegrity as the M and R models used by the pros, but at more affordable prices.The lenses in all Leica 35mm cameras are still designed by the Leica opticaldepartment in Solms, Germany. Every compact camera is also tested for quality inGermany before being released. When you choose Leica, you are buying into one ofthe great traditions in the history of photography. ... Read more


  • High-quality 35mm compact camera with handsome titanium body
  • High-speed Leica Summarit 40mm lens (f/2.4)
  • Automatic exposure or aperture priority (preselected aperture setting)
  • Manual or automatic focusing from 28 inches to infinity
  • Automatic lens protection cap

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5-0 out of 5 stars Absolutely 5 Stars
While most of the compact cameras are made of cheap looking plastic, Leica, among a few other manufacturers, made some beautiful looking compact cameras which are better made, more precise, more capable of quality results. A well-made and well thought-out camera is already a joy to use, please ignore those who said an Olympus Mju:II or Yashica T4 are better simply because they are cheaper and produce similar but still inferior results.

If you are considering a Minilux, you may like to compare it to Contax T3, Minolta TC-1, Rollei AFM 35 or Minox GT-E. They are all excellent cameras, however, I like the way Leica lenses handle contrast and color saturation, which is more neutral or natural, this is personal preference, of course.

The lens is sharp and fast; manual focus, program or aperture priority auto exposure are available; self timer, socket for cable release, EV compensation, built-in flash and different flash modes make the Minilux versatile; the Minilux is very capable in many situations.

Please don't complain it has no zoom or cannot do macro work or change lenses, no camera can have everything without some sacrifice in other qualities.

The Minilux is the best compact camera in my opinion.

5-0 out of 5 stars can i give this camera six stars?
Other point and shoot cameras might look sleeker at first. They have more buttons you can press, and might have some special function that makes them especially desirable. (Rarely the ability to take great pictures though, it seems) The minilux follows a simple philosophy: create a camera does not look intrusive and takes the best pictures possible. Leicas have been the favorites of photographers worldwide, since Oskar Barnack decided that maybe taking pictures on 35mm film would make photography more portable and more spontaneous, thus inventing, the ur-leitz-camera, lei-ca. Documentary-style photography was born. Take a look at books with photographs by Henri Cartier-Bresson or Alfred Eisenstaedt. The most important part of ANY camera is the lens. The Leica Summarit 2.4/40 lens on the minilux is excellent. It is very fast (bright) 2.4(!) so you will find yourself taking more natural looking pictures without a flash more often. (Also remember: zoom lenses can never be as bright and as sharp as this lens.) The camera has a light meter built in, so before you shoot, you can find out what might be the appropriate settings for the particular light environment. It is up to you to decide if you would like to overwrite these settings by changing the aperture. (From 2.4! to 16) Measure again, and you will know if your new aperture setting makes sense. If it is too dark, the camera will automatically turn on the back lighting on the display and charge the flash for you. Just in case you would like to take a picture right away. The camera is full of great, very positive surprises. Even the holding strap has the perfect length, so you can shoot spontaneous, yet perfectly sharp snapshots right out of the palm of your hand. The active auto-focus works great under any light conditions. If you do not want to use the auto-focus, you can always overwrite it. The camera just takes great pictures.
This camera is a perfect gift, for yourself or for somebody you care about. It might change the way you see things. It might make you appreciate every day a little more. It worked for me. Really.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent P&S Camera
This P&S Camera is truly exceptional. The camera and its titanium shell feel rock solid; the lens is top notch; and the image quality is excellent. Mind you, it will not replace your high end SLR, but if you want to travel light, and not compromise on image quality, then this is the camera for you.

1-0 out of 5 stars Reliability
Initially there was a problem with the on/off switch which caused the shutter release to operate inconsistently. After repair by Leica the camera operates superbly. Lens is super sharp.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Real McCoy
I own a Leica M6 rangefinder, a Nikon F-100 SLR, a Minox GT, "B" & "C" and the Leica Minilux. Overwhelmingly, I choose the Minilux to shoot with on a daily basis. I have taken this compact titanium camera all over the world and believe me, the picture resoloution is as close to the M6 as you can get. The convenience of the Minilux and the ease of operating the camera allows for optimal creative freedom! Concentrating on your composition instead of f-stops and shutter speeds is a joy. The extremely fast lens allows you to shoot in the most demanding low-light situations. No matter the setting, you can be sure that the exposure will be handeled instantly and perfectly as soon as the shutter button is pressed...and the photo will be crisp and sharp with vibrant detail. The Minilux is beauty, grace and perfection all rolled into one very cool looking compact camera. But hey, it's a Leica and that alone speaks volumes for the quality and design of this little marvel!!! The Minilux is a big camera in a little body that will be prized for it's convenience, excellence, and ruggedness for a lifetime of photography. Obviously, I love my Minilux and I love it more every time I have another roll of film developed. Shoot with a Minilux and be amazed at how your everyday "snap-shots" become frameable treasured memories...BT ... Read more

96. Fujifilm Q1 Zoom APS Camera (Black)
by Fujifilm
list price: $89.95
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Asin: B0001HH1EU
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Fujifilm
Sales Rank: 4485
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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  • Fujinon 2x (22 to 44mm) zoom lens
  • Fully automatic operation
  • Easy drop-in film loading
  • Stylish unique design
  • Sophisticated silver with black color

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3-0 out of 5 stars Fuji Q1 Zoom lacks Negative size selection
This is a 'beautiful' design and takes reasonably good pics. (It IS a point & shoot) but unlike all other APS cameras, it only takes pics in the "C" mode (the traditional size prints) NOT in the "H" mode (slightly wider) or the Panoramic. Why Fuji left this choice off Boggles the mind. The main reason I use APS is for the "H" size prints. I'm dissapointed this feature was left off.
Steve Dirkx
Dallas, tx ... Read more

97. NIKON N75 QD 35MM Autofocus SLR Kit
by Nikon

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Asin: B00009MKC7
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 6157
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  • Pick a mode to suit your style -Auto-Multi Program, Shutter-Priority Auto, Aperture-Priority Auto, or Manual
  • Auto mode eliminates guesswork, with 5 Vari-Program modes tailored to specific scenes & subjects
  • Includes Time / Date Stamp technology & Nikon 28-80MM 3 - 5.6 G Lens
  • 25-segment 3D Matrix Metering System uses an onboard database of 30K+ stored images to ensure proper exposure
  • 3-Mode Dynamic AF toggle offers Closest-Subject Priority, User-Selected Area, and Center-Subject Priority

98. Konica Minolta Zoom 160c Date 35mm Film Camera
by Konica Minolta
list price: $189.99
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Asin: B0000C4K05
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Konica Minolta
Sales Rank: 1206
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  • 37.5 - 160mm (4.3x) power zoom lens uses high-quality aspheric optics for crisp, clear pictures with high contrast
  • Sophisticated 5-point AF system analyzes the objects in the focus frames to determine the subject distance
  • 3-segment metering system to ensure the optimum subject exposure under a wide variety of lighting conditions
  • Versatile flash modes let you shoot in a variety of lighting situations with confidence
  • Built-in quartz date back imprints the date or time right onto the photo

99. LEICA CAMERA CM Professional Compact 35mm Camera
by Leica Camera

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Asin: B00014M3XW
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Leica Camera
Sales Rank: 1039
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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  • Brilliant real-image viewfinder with detailed LED display make composition and controlling photographic parameters easy!
  • 40mm f/2.4 LEICA SUMMARIT lens (6 elements in 4 groups) with multi-layer coating
  • Passive phase-detecting autofocus
  • Exposure override from -2 EV to +2 EV in 1/3 EV steps
  • Autofocus and manual focus

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5-0 out of 5 stars The ultimate in 35mm point & shoot cameras!
Of course it is the ultimate, it is well made by Leica, in Germany. I found the camera to be solid and easy to use. Read the extensivly detailed manual (in three languages, including english) to discover the many features and flexibility of this work of art and design. My cloud and indoor pictures have turned out exceptionally sharp with an (almost) idiot-proof metering and auto/manual focusing system. Since I wear glasses, the adjustable diopter in the viewfinder has helped me a great deal. The on body flash is powerful, and an excellent computer integrated accessory flash is available (Leica SF 24 D). The camera's large LCD data screen makes reading your adjustments easy. I have taken a lot of pictures in my lifetime of 68 years, with a lot of different makes and types of cameras and films. All camera systems are the result of a lot of compromises, and this one is something to dream for. Even with the advent of of the digital cameras, This film camera is exceptional! It was worth every cent I paid for it and the flash. ... Read more

100. Minolta Maxxum 5 35mm SLR Kit with 28-100 Lens
by Konica Minolta
list price: $309.99
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Asin: B0000CAPDF
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Konica Minolta
Sales Rank: 2331
Average Customer Review: 3.83 out of 5 stars
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  • 35mm Single-Lens Reflex (SLR) with built-in flash, autofocus (AF), and autoexposure (AE)
  • 1/4000 second shutter speed and 1/125 second flash sync speed
  • 7-Point Autofocus System with Wide Focus Area
  • 3 frames-per-second continuous film advance; wireless off-camera flash function
  • Powered by 2 3-volt CR2 lithium batteries; includes 28-100mm lens

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5-0 out of 5 stars Another great minolta
I've had a series of minolta SLRs (5xi, 500si, etc), most recently the Maxxum 5. They've all been great and have all done very well for me. Features, sharpness, exposure, automatic and manual modes all just what I need.

When considering the maxxum 5 I was initially worried about the comments about the size and whether my somewhat-large hands would be able to use it comfortably, so I checked it out thoroughly at a local camera shop before buying. no problem. It's light and relatively comfortable, and definitely feature packed, and most features are easy to learn and are accessible.

I have a 28-80mm lens made by quantum that is also light and does well on this body. Also a straight 50mm for low-light and close-up, though the zoom actually does well enough to handle almost all situations I need, even some floral close-ups.

FWIW, I'd probably be classed as an advance amateur.
I've taken photos for many years now.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Beginning Camera
I love my Minolta Maxxum 5. The auto features make this camera easy to use and easy to get great pictures as a novice. Being able to switch individual features to manual also make it easy to learn how to use a 35mm SLR. My camera goes everywhere with me and has held up well. This camera is a lot of fun to use.

3-0 out of 5 stars awesome camera?naaaaah!
I had Dynax 7000i for quite some time, and since the body developed cracks, I replaced that first with Maxxum 4. But that particular piece would occasionally turn off immediately after being turned on. So I returned that and bought Maxxum 5, with Vectis-1 flash. I am sorry to day that I got results worse that Maxxum4, and both were not comparable to what I got with my old rusty trusty Dynax 7000i. The advantagea are its light weight and small size. I didnot fancy the eye start very much, as I use it mostly in manual mode. To use the D lens's strength, you need to have D flashes, which are not cheap. There is absolutely no vignetting. If you shoot in burst mode, then it doesn't disappoint you.
I am still a bit far from the final verdict, but I am not quite impressed.
Hope this helps you..!

5-0 out of 5 stars All The Features Most Will Ever Require in a Film Camera
Take almost all the features most people could want in a SLR film camera, and put them in an efficient, lightweight package, and you have the Minolta Maxxum 5.
This camera is loaded with features, including a readily accessible panic button to return quickly to program mode. I've found the user interface to be well-designed and easy to use.
In its class, I think you will find that the 5 has features that the competitors have left out of their SLRs.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Camera!
I LOVE my minolta camera. I'm a photography lover and carry it with me on every trip. The photo quality is wonderful, and it is easy to set everything to automatic in case a friend wants to snap a shot of something. I was skeptical to purchase a camera withso many options, but wouldn't trade it for any other product. ... Read more

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