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121. Konica Minolta Maxxum 70 35mm
$169.99 $164.95 list($249.99)
122. Canon Sure Shot A-1 Panorama Waterproof
$299.99 list($349.99)
123. Pentax IQ Zoom 160 QD Date 35mm
$142.99 list($250.99)
124. Pentax ZX-60 Date AF SLR Body
125. Pentax IQ Zoom 105G 35mm Camera
126. Canon EOS Elan IIe 35mm SLR Camera
127. CONTAX T3 35mm Compact Point-and-Shoot
128. Canon Sure Shot BF-10 35mm Camera
$89.94 list($149.99)
129. Olympus Stylus 105 38mm-105mm
130. Polaroid One-Step 600 Instant
Too low to display $874.95 list($1,499.99)
131. Canon EOS-3 SLR Body
132. Minolta Maxxum 3 Date SLR Camera
133. Canon Sure Shot 105S Zoom Date
134. Nikon N60 35mm SLR Camera
135. Fujifilm Quick Snap Waterproof
$155.00 list($299.99)
136. Canon EOS Rebel G SLR Camera Kit
137. NIKON N80KIT 35mm SLR Camera Kit
$89.95 list($149.99)
138. Canon Sure Shot 115u 35mm Camera
139. Lomographic Supersampler Camera
$129.99 $129.88 list($169.99)
140. Polaroid Image 1200 Spectra Instant

121. Konica Minolta Maxxum 70 35mm SLR Camera (Body Only)
by Konica Minolta

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Asin: B0001LO2XE
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Konica Minolta
Sales Rank: 7829
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  • Wide Center-Cross 9-Point Autofocus, with Multi-dimensional Predictive Focus Control for moving subjects
  • Direct Manual Focus
  • Continuous AF or focus lock is selected automatically according to the subject movement
  • Built-in flash automatically activates in low-light or low-contrast situations
  • Diopter Adjustment Function

122. Canon Sure Shot A-1 Panorama Waterproof Camera (Includes Case, Battery and Neck Strap)
list price: $249.99
our price: $169.99
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Asin: B00016QMDW
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 2269
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Product Description

The High-Performance Waterproof Sports Camera. A Great Camera for the Great Outdoors.Nothing whets your appetite for photographic adventure like Canon's Sure Shot A-1. Wonderfully compact and light, this amazing 35mm waterproof land & sea camera goes every place you do. ... Read more


  • 3-point active autofocus
  • Compact 35 mm film camera
  • Waterproof to 16.4 feet
  • Built-in automatic flash with red-eye reduction
  • High-eyepoint viewfinder lets you frame photos while wearing a snorkel mask or goggles

123. Pentax IQ Zoom 160 QD Date 35mm Camera
by Pentax
list price: $349.99
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Asin: B00004SCWZ
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Pentax
Sales Rank: 3137
Average Customer Review: 4.25 out of 5 stars
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The best reason to get the fully automatic Pentax IQ Zoom 160 QD is for its state-of-the-art, ultrapowerful, and ultraclear 38-160mm zoom lens. This is one of the longest zoom lenses available on a 35mm point-and-shoot, making it a very versatile camera for travel, portraits, and everyday use. The body is ergonomically designed with a "slide-out" flash (includes red-eye reduction) that pops out of the side of the camera the moment you turn on the power, and the lens fully retracts to protect it when you shut off the camera. If you forget to shut off the power, the lens will retract to its original position anyway to protect it.

The IQ Zoom 160 QD features a five-point passive autofocus system that produces extremely sharp pictures, even in difficult focusing circumstances such as through a window. You can also take extreme close-up shots with its full-range macro capabilities for great pictures at any focal length. It is excellent in tough lighting situations as well, thanks to a six-segment multipattern metering system that takes incredibly accurate exposure measurements. The automatic backlight compensation feature lets you know when your main subject requires increased light, too.

This compact camera is designed to be very easy to operate. It includes a user-friendly mode dial that you simply twist to turn the power on or off and to select your desired flash mode. It is also easy to switch to panorama mode, and you can even create double exposures by using the multiexposure mode. In addition, the IQ Zoom 160 QD features an "actual image" viewfinder with automatic LCD parallax compensation for a precise framing area, an adjustable diopter so you can adjust the viewfinder to match your eyesight, and a large, easy-to-read LCD instruction panel that displays the vital information pertinent to each exposure. Other nice features include an optional remote control and date imprinting. ... Read more


  • Powerful 38 to 160mm zoom lens
  • Passive 5-point autofocus, 6-segment metering
  • Built-in flash with red-eye reduction
  • 10-second self-timer and date imprinting feature
  • LCD corrected viewfinder

Reviews (12)

5-0 out of 5 stars Incredible Pictures
On a recent trip to the Rocky Mountains, my family and I were simply stunned by the amazing snowy landscapes. I couldn't help but think that the pictures I was taking would not be able to capture the experience. I was wrong. The Pentax (which I had bought specifically for the trip) produced top quality pictures. The 160 Zoom feature was handy for capturing the action of my kids on the slopes while I stayed at the lodge :) I was especially impressed with the Pentax's ability to handle the tricky lighting conditions that snow produces.

I gave this camera the highest rating for the simple fact that it is extremely easy to use and takes amazing pictures. When I am ready to upgrade I will definitely buy another Pentax.

5-0 out of 5 stars "Functions like a Rolls Royce in my hands!"
This will be quick and simple. Buy it! This is the finest point and shoot camera I've ever owned. The zoom is just long enough to be extremely helpful, and is smooth and tight! I can't imagine using all the functions on this camera, but it's nice to know they're available.

The newer Pentax cameras of this type appear to lose some of the features this one has, and certainly do not maintain the look and quality feel of this one.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great camera with SLR like features
This camera was bought for me as a gift after extensive research by the giver. And boy am I glad he did his research. This camera does it all! Great ease of use, but lots of versatility. You can just take that quick, simple shot or you can create art with multiple exposures and long shutter times. With a tripod and the remote, the possibilities are endless with this camera.

5-0 out of 5 stars Clear pictures!
I have never had a better camera. I have found that Kodak 800 film works the best for this camera. The camera automatically adjusts to the lighting and has excellent outcome in the pictures. This camera is VERY easy to use. I choose it over an SLR. Great for anywhere, anytime, and especially anyone.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good camera, but one complaint...
No reason to not like this camera. It performs wonderfully and I've gotten some great results from it.

The only problem is that it drains the battery like an alcoholic on a bender drains his liquor cabinet. If you take the camera with you on a trip or something be sure you have a fresh battery in it and a couple of spares.

Also, the dial that turns it off and on can too easily be moved by the slightest brushing against any case you put the camera in. Too many times I have turned the camera off and put it in its case, only to find out later that the on/off dial got messed with and the camera was turned on and the battery drained. Not a flaw, exactly, but something to be careful with when handling the camera or putting it away. ... Read more

124. Pentax ZX-60 Date AF SLR Body
by Pentax
list price: $250.99
our price: $142.99
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Asin: B000067O7E
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Pentax
Sales Rank: 5532
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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  • Five selectable picture modes
  • Auto exposure bracketing
  • Programed AE, Av & Tv Mode, Metered manual modes
  • SAFOX V TTL auto focus system
  • TTL auto pop-up flash w/red-eye reduction

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars Pentax MZ-60 (non-US version)
I purchased the MZ-60 model which is simply a renamed ZX-60. This camera, contrary to the previous review, will use manual lenses but only in manual mode. I have used manual focus lenses with no "A" aperture setting with this camera - you can also fake having depth-of-field preview with automatic-aperture lenses by slightly unscrewing the lense and moving to your desired aperture setting. The light metre will still function this way in manual mode.

Firstly my gripes - the viewfinder information is very basic not unlike that of an older manual camera. Exposure is indicated by a plus or minus sign, but there is no shutter speed or aperture figures indicated. These are only shown on the LCD panel, which in dark conditions is difficult to see.

Secondly there is no exposure compensation dial, so if you wish to increase or decrease exposure outside of the meter's suggested setting you'll have to take it into manual mode.

Thirdly there is no cable-release socket BUT this is not a terrible ommision as you can set the shutter to open after 2 seconds AND the very good news is it locks-up the mirror immediately, then waits two seconds before exposing the film.

Metering is two segment, but I am unsure if this is a fancy name for centre-weighted metering. It seems to expose for the darker subject if faced with a contrasting subject & background. No multi-segment metering but it's a very easy metering system to predict!

Be very careful with dust with this unit as a small moth has managed to get up above the focusing screen. It is definately constructed mostly of plastic so don't use this camera as a football as you may not like taking photos with a smashed camera. Admittedly the buttons are a little bit cheap-feeling and it's very easy to switch the camera off without realising it due to it's position - but just remember it's Pentax's budget offering.. just because the buttons may not feel terribly solid doesn't mean you can't produce exactly the same photograph than a more expensive camera (in most 'normal' cases).

For the price I would recommened this camera to anybody who's familiar with using a manual camera but hates not having autofocus. The focusing isn't the fastest around but I'd much rather save a lot of money now than having my camera focus a few 10th's of a second quicker.

3-0 out of 5 stars Decent camera, but not compatible with manual lenses
I purchased this camera to replace an old Pentax ME, but I had to promptly return it, as it is not compatible with older Pentax manual lenses. While it seems to be a quality camera, it will only be useful to you if you have autofocus lenses. Though the price is atractive this will probably not be the best camera for a student for just this reason. In the future I will likely buy the Pentax ZX-5N instead. ... Read more

125. Pentax IQ Zoom 105G 35mm Camera
by Pentax
list price: $200.99
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Asin: B00004SCWW
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Pentax
Sales Rank: 4230
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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  • 38-105mm zoom lens
  • Active infrared autofocus
  • Built-in flash with red-eye reduction
  • Automatic film loading, winding, and rewinding with midroll rewind
  • Auto backlight light metering

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars Good All Purpose Camera
Got this 105G with QD back in Nov.2000. Pictures taken have been sharp and clear. In sunny conditions taking still pictures with Fuji 100 film provided brilliant, vivid colors. Just hope this one will be as reliable as my last IQ ZOOM100 which lasted 6 years and traveled all over the globe before it was stolen. To a previous reviewer: The viewfinder focus can be adjusted using the diopter adjustment dial. At about 10oz. with battery, this camera is NOT heavy at all.

Likes: Good, solid construction. The zoom movement, shutter action, and auto lens cover closure all convey a sense of quality materials and good mechanical design, unlike some minoltas and olympus cameras I've compared with.

Minor dislikes: on/off button right next to shutter release button. Zoom lever at an awkward position not like the old models where the zoom is integrated with the shutter release button, i.e., one finger to zoom AND snap picture. The accompanying case is TOO SMALL...can barely fit one extra roll of film in there...I suggest get a leather case. I got this camera at a really good deal so I shouldn't complain!

Overall, a good value in an "aim and shoot" camera.

4-0 out of 5 stars crisp, clear images
This camera has excellent ability to capture fine details. I was able
to stand at the base of a cathedral, aim the camera up, and take a
picture of the architectural details at the very top of the cathedral
- that's probably some five stories up. .... The drawbacks were that this camera was quite heavy, and
the image from the eyepiece was always blurry for some odd reason.
... Read more

126. Canon EOS Elan IIe 35mm SLR Camera (Body Only)
by Canon
list price: $499.99
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Asin: B00004TH9M
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon
Sales Rank: 7855
Average Customer Review: 4.59 out of 5 stars
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With easy-to-understand key controls and command dial, the Canon EOSElan IIe offers advanced SLR features. It has automatic exposure control for anylight conditions and a built-in flash that lets you shoot indoors or out, day ornight. The Canon EOS Elan IIe is fully automatic, but lets you control theessentials manually. It offers nine different programmable exposures and a 10- second-delay self-timer. This unit includes the camera body only; the lens issold separately.

It is slightly different from the EOS Elan II in that itfeatures eye-controlled focus. This allows the user to control the point offocus by looking at specific parts of the image; an onboard sensor follows eyemovement and the lens automatically changes focus as the eye moves to pointswithin the frame.

This model features an LCD screen showing exposureinformation and LED readouts showing custom functions. The viewfinder providesall the information you need to set up your shots, including depth of field,flash, shutter speed and aperture, and much more. The EOS Elan IIe allows forfilm speeds from ISO 25 to 5,000. The speed is set automatically in 1/3-stepincrements; it can also be set manually from ISO 6 to 6,400 in 1/3-stepincrements.

Film is loaded automatically and advanced to the first frame whenthe camera back is closed. You have the choice of single-frame or continuousshooting at approximately 2.5 frames per second; the film counter reveals framenumber. Film is rewound automatically at the end of the roll, or after 36exposures with a midroll rewind option. The Canon EOS Elan IIe uses any Canon EFlens. ... Read more


  • 35mm SLR camera with built-in flash
  • Distinctive aluminum styling
  • Camera body only; lens sold separately
  • Accepts all Canon EF lenses
  • Eye-controlled focus system

Reviews (17)

5-0 out of 5 stars great, reliable entry-level SLR!
I've had my Elan IIe since 1998, bought on the advice of my former roommate who's also a part-time pro, and it's done exactly the job I needed it for. Much more sturdy than the EOS/Rebel line, the Elan IIe's got a good solid but lightweight frame (aluminum, I think). I wholeheartedly recommend paying the extra 100-200 USD or so to get into the good low-end SLR market without going too cheap (don't forget, buy cheap, buy twice!).

Autofocus technology has improved over the last few years; but although I hear the Elan 7 is nifty with seven autofocus points to the IIe's three, I haven't seen one to say if it merits the bang for the extra buck. Of manufacturers, Canon has had the best autofocus tech reputation for years. The IIe has quite good eye control on 3 autofocus points, if occasionally finicky. It adapts to individual users' eyes, with or without glasses.

Unlike one review I saw elsewhere, I have had plenty of use for the autofocus on landscapes or other nature shots requiring depth of focus. Want to go manual for closeups, portraits, specific situations? It's a flick of a switch on a Canon EF lens. I agree that spot metering is quite limited, but this puppy has three different metering settings that break up the field of view in different balances.

I also dig the main dial setting for aperture-size priority while the camera automatically adjusts for shutter speed (to be sure, almost all automatic SLRs now have this option as standard). Bracketing exposures is also fairly easy (and necessary to get that precious photo just right over three exposure possibilities), and can be done manually or automatically. If you can't spin all of one or two easy-access dials, what are you doing playing with SLRs?

For the techologically-intimidated or situations where you have no time to adjust, the main control dial has several easy to use modes that require no thought/adjustment. A little time spent with the camera will quickly and easily help you graduate from the point and shoot hordes. The manual is one of the clearer gadget manuals I've ever seen.

Add my emphatic vote to those who advise going for deals with an upgrade possibility on a Canon 28-105mm zoom, and do *not* get stuck with a 28-80. The former is just a great all-around lens. Traveling as I do, I've discovered the need to add over time two other Canon lenses, a 75-300 mm (f 4.0-5.6, USM) telephoto zoom, and a 24mm wide angle (f 2.8) fixed lens (nice and sharp!). Sure, you might get a little sharper with Nikon lenses, but you'll pay another few hundred dollars for the privilege, not to mention the significantly greater weight of a more expensive Nikon body. For amateurs like myself, I can't justify that modest extra bang for the buck, especially given the utility and value of my setup while hiking in parks or stomping around fascinating East European cities and countryside.

I try to take care of gear, but my Elan IIe did take a few heart-stopping bounces down some concrete stairs. While some nearby Montenegrins may have picked up several new English obscenities over the next five minutes, this camera picked up just a few scratches on the body and much more importantly, kept the lens alignment. Naturally, I strongly, strongly advise against trying to repeat such a heart-attack-inducing experiment, and probably got exceedingly lucky, but was impressed with the durability of this camera.

Like I say, this entry-level camera rocks; you should only look at the next step down to see what you should skip.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Semi-Pro Camera
The fabulous thing about the Canon Elan IIe is its ease of use. Even a beginner should be able to pick it up and with minimal reading, take good pictures. With experience, this camera is easily one of the best I have ever used. I have taken photos under very damanding conditions and have always been pleased with the results. Many will tell you the automatic eye controlled focus is a gimmick. Don't listen to them! It's one less thing to worry about when composing the picture, and you can always override should you wish to do so, and unlike the A2e, the focus works in both vertical and horizontal positions. The controls are simple and conveniently arranged, the thumb dial is perfectly positioned, and everything on this camera makes sense. My only regret is that the Canon Elan IIe lacks the more substantial body of the A2 models. While the additional plastic makes it lighter, it might compromise the camera if you're rough on your equipment. I don't find this a problem, but it's worth mentioning. Once I added the BP-50 vertical grip, I was more pleased iwth its balance and feeling of stability. All in all, it's the camera I use the most.

5-0 out of 5 stars excellent camera
I've owned my Elan IIe for about 4 years, and love it. Although it's been upgraded to the Elan 7e, I see no need. The IIe has such distinct features and ease of use, I haven't used another camera that compares. Excellent construction, and very durable.

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice camera, good system
The Elan II benefits from Canon's EOS system's advantages, like great lenses and speedlites. I've been using this camera to photograph from wildlife (mainly macro) to rock concerts (28-105 sigma lenses) and have been pleased to find that this camera really meets my needs. It's fast, reliable and obbeys your commands, even if you tell them with your eyes! :)
It's a good buy and can be used by pros and amateurs.

3-0 out of 5 stars great quirky confusing
I've been taking 35mm pictures for 35 years, and this is my favorite camera so far. I shot a couple of hundred rolls of film with this and it really feels like an extension of my vision. The light metering is sophisticated and usually does a great job even in tricky situations, the optical quality of the 28-105 Canon lens is stunning, and the frame is sturdy and durable. What's not to like?

Well, there's the manual to begin with. There is no way you can access and understand all of the features that this camera has (and there are a LOT of features) by reading the manual. They just do a poor job of explaining, for example, the three metering modes and the three autofocus modes. I've had mixed sucess with the eye-controlled autofocus and find it a distraction now, and poor luck with the depth of field mode (if I could only get eye-controlled depth of field to work reliably). Depth of field preview? Pretty basic, my 35 year old SLR had it, the IIe's is not very functional. And for all the ballyhoo about the autofocus modes, the predictive focus mode hunts around so much that your subject will be long gone before the camera locks on to it (just try taking pictures of a puppy).

Comparing this camera to the Rebel, I would wish for a combination of the two: I would like the light weight and functionality of the Rebel with the sturdyness and some of the flexability of the IIe. For a beginner, stick with the Rebel and a good lens (NOT the 28-80), you'll be much happier. As for me, I should be hunting up one of those MagicLantern manuals for the IIe and practicing with the eye-controlled autofocus.

I would rate this camera 5 stars for what it can do, but decided on 3 stars based on what it should do and doesn't or says it can do but doesn't do very well. ... Read more

127. CONTAX T3 35mm Compact Point-and-Shoot Camera
by Contax

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Asin: B00006I57P
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Contax
Sales Rank: 4728
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  • Superior integrated Carl Zeiss Sonnar T 35mm f2.8 lens is automatically shielded when not in use for protection against dirt and damage
  • Sophisticated 5-point passive autofocus system provides accurate focus down to 1.1 feet
  • Manual focus/Infinity lock also possible
  • Programmed Auto Exposure & Aperture Priority AE
  • Exposure Compensation -+/- 2 EV (in 1/3 EV steps)

128. Canon Sure Shot BF-10 35mm Camera
by Canon Cameras US
list price: $45.99
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Asin: B00008W721
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 1504
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Built for hassle-free operation, the Canon Sure Shot BF-10 is a fully automatic 35mm camera with a fixed focus 26mm lens. With a focus range of 3.9 feet to infinity, practically all of your photos will be clear and sharp. The large and easy to see through viewfinder helps you compose your shots, and the green LED light lets you know that the camera is ready to shoot. The BF-10 handles shutter speed and exposure on its own, so you don't have to worry about the proper settings.

The LCD display helps you keep track of the camera's current settings and film count. 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, or red-eye reduction. The 10-second self-timer is useful for self-portraits or group shots. The BF-10 uses 2 AA batteries. ... Read more


  • Fully automatic 35mm camera
  • 26mm fixed focus lens
  • Large viewfinder
  • Built-in flash with red-eye reduction
  • LCD display and self-timer

129. Olympus Stylus 105 38mm-105mm Zoom Camera
by Olympus
list price: $149.99
our price: $89.94
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Asin: B00008O2YP
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Olympus
Sales Rank: 1147
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  • Automatic features: auto film load, advance, and rewind
  • 38 - 105mm zoom lens with aspherical and ED glass elements for sharp results
  • All-weather reliability protects camera from a variety of conditions including rain, snow, sea spray, and blowing sand
  • Quartz date imprinting
  • Pop-up flash features red-eye reduction and auto color balancing

130. Polaroid One-Step 600 Instant Camera
by Polaroid
list price: $34.99
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Asin: B00004RFC5
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Polaroid
Sales Rank: 1584
Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars
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The Polaroid OneStep Close Up camera offers a contemporary design and snaps Polaroid's signature instant images. It features focus-free simplicity and an automatic flash with a 2-to-10-foot range. It also offers a selectable close-up lens for shots between 2 and 4 feet. The Polaroid OneStep Close Up camera uses Polaroid 600 film to produce 3.13-by-3.13-inch exposures. ... Read more


  • Takes clear, instant pictures at the push of a button
  • Switchable lens for regular or close-up shots
  • Focus-free simplicity
  • Built-in automatic flash
  • Requires Polaroid 600 format film

Reviews (5)

4-0 out of 5 stars Polaroid's old-timer is their standout bargain
Lately Polaroid has been busy trying to light a fire under their flagging sales by introducing a raft of 'life-style accessory' cameras: the i-zone, JoyCam, PopShots and most recently, the Spectra FF. But its their oldest model, the One Step, that offers the most bang for the buck. The i-zone, PopShots and JoyCam models foolishly have dispensed with Polaroid's traditional lighten/darken control. Since Polaroid instant film has a rather narrow range of tone and contrast, an exposure that's sligthly too light or dark can be much more disappointing than if it were shot with a conventional camera. And at nearly a buck a pop, disappointing snapshots get pretty expensive. The One Step still has a slide control for adjusting exposure, which gives you some chance of salvaging a shot that otherwise wouldn't impress. The One Step models also give you a swing-in close-up lens for getting more pleasing portrait shots.

The newer One Step Express and Silver Edition models offer the same features, plus an adjustable hand strap in a spiffed-up package; its your call as to whether the strap and added swoop is worth the extra ten bucks. Polaroid's other new-comer, the Spectra 1200FF offers essentially the same features with a wider-angle lens, fold-up body and rectangular format film. Its also nearly twice as ... For practical features in a reliable, bargain-priced package, the One Step Close-up model is the pick of the lot.

5-0 out of 5 stars The fun of it is the most important part
I definately love this camera. It's incredibly fun and gratifying to get your pictures developed a minute after you take them, and this camera in all honesty isn't meant to be professional. If you want professional quality go buy an slr or a digital. This kind of camera should be purely considered for enjoyment. Yes it is heavy but not in a way that makes it uncomfortable--it's bulk makes it nostalgic. It has very basic camera features and is one of, if not the, easiet camera i've ever used--just shove the film in and go. The camera takes decent quality pictures and tends to put a slight sepia tint on them when taken inside, but i consider that a cool trademark effect. The features of this camera include a lens that can be slid over to take closer pictures, a sliding numberless aperture setting, built in flash, and a button that lets you control the use of your flash. The only drawback is the fact that you can't take pictures closer than 2 feet (like all polaroid cameras). The lens of the camera also makes ojects closer to the camera larger in proportion to ojects farther from the cameraon the prints but it's not incredibly noticable. Overall, I enjoy it very much and would whole-eartedly recommend it for anyone.

4-0 out of 5 stars A Handy Cam
This is a nice camera for those quick instant photos you want of people. However the size of it is large and the photos aren't exactly TOP quality. It's nice to have for those quick shots to show right away. The actual picture aren't something you put in a scrapbook or picture book, but I wouldn't buy this camera for those reasons. These pictures are ment for the refrigerator or a bulliten board to look at on your way out or for quick viewing. Thats why I like it because the pictures are nice to look at, but they're not priceless pictures that you treasure. So in conclusion, I would highly recommend this camera for fun and quick purposes.

3-0 out of 5 stars Oops... I dropped it again
This camera feels like hold a huge sandwich. This thing almost slipped out of my hands when I was tired, but the bad thing was when the retailer swept the dust off the camera to show it to me. And then BANG! he took a picture of me when I least suspect it. The flash stunned me for a while...

If you are short of funds and size matters, this is okay as it is.

The thing that disapointed me was that when I tried to take a picture, I had to look through the little hole with my unperfect vision. It's like lokking at a one centimeter squared picture and you want to see the details.

Since I don't want to type more, you must read other reviews of the other cameras. It's not my fault if I like to critic products... people even told me to... huh... read books, because i'm 15 and I spend a lot of time buying stuff.

3-0 out of 5 stars Okay pictures, but...
The first thing I did with this camera was how comfortable taking pictures with it was. I had problems seeing the subject, because it had a very small view so my nose just keep hitting the camera just to get the best view with this thing. That's my reason it's not THAT good of a camera.

I saw that more expensive cameras usually takes better pictures. The retailer took two pictures with two different cameras and one seemed darker and less vibrant(guess which one is the more expensive one).

Finally, I just don't know why, in Canada, films for these cameras are just too expensive. It cost me two dollars every picture! At that price, I rather buy a SRL camera. ... Read more

131. Canon EOS-3 SLR Body
by Canon Cameras US
list price: $1,499.99
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Asin: B00006I542
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 1823
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  • Professional 35mm SLR camera with up to 1/8000 second shutter speed (Body only)
  • Features 45-point Area AF, 21-zone metering, and proven EOS-1N control layout
  • 18 custom functions
  • Wireless TTL system with Speedlites
  • Large selection of interchangeable AF lenses, flash systems, and remote controllers

132. Minolta Maxxum 3 Date SLR Camera Kit w/ 35-80mm AF Zoom Lens
by Konica Minolta
list price: $229.99
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Asin: B00008P1Q8
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Konica Minolta
Sales Rank: 2336
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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  • Small, compact 35mm SLR includes 80mm autofocus zoom lens
  • Fast, responsive autofocus system, driven by high-power motor and controlled by a fast microprocessor
  • 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

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars great camera
This camera takes perfect pictures. Every little detail in the photo is crystal clear. I can't believe how horrible all my pictures from my previous camera look compared to the pictures that the maxxum 3 takes. I highly recommend this camera.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Camera
This camera gives the best photographic results of any camera I've ever worked with. Ease of use and wonderful quality results in a perfect personal rating of this camera. ... Read more

133. Canon Sure Shot 105S Zoom Date 35mm Camera
by Canon Cameras US
list price: $249.99
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Asin: B00005LB2A
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 6532
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars love this camera.
I bought this camera when i was going to school in Hawaii. The pictures i got from it were clear and crisp I never had any problems with it. I was disappointed when someone stole it from me.

2-0 out of 5 stars Sure Shot Missed
I too was disappointed in the Canon Sure Shot. Mainly, the pictures are not as sharp and crisp as I had hoped; and the indoor pictures have never come out that great. The metal piece on the front that protects the lens FELL off (discovered after the fact, so it was too late to find where it had fallen off), so now I get "light leaks". I will probably not buy a Canon camera again--and will go back to an Olympus.

1-0 out of 5 stars Not worth the money
I have been sorely disappointed by this camera. It does not focus well at all and most of the pictures I have taken have come out blurry. In addition the flash lights up the pictures poorly. I figured that based on how nice pictures are that I have seen taken with the EOS rebel this would be a good buy. I was terribly wrong. It was a waste of money and I am going back to the very dependable Olympus stylus model I used to have.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Camera!
I bought this camera the other day and thought it was great. I also recommend getting the kit, as the camera isn't very handy without a case. The camera takes great pictures, and they were great in both focus and clarity. However the shutter delay is a bit irritating, as it takes a while to take the picture after pressing the button (2-3 secs, however I'm not sure if its only my camera or part of the design. the camera fits snugly into the hand, and is lightweight. Overall I am very pleased by yet another great Canon product. ... Read more

134. Nikon N60 35mm SLR Camera
by Nikon

Asin: B00001ZUNQ
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 6381
Average Customer Review: 4.33 out of 5 stars
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  • SLR 35mm camera (body only)
  • Point-and-shoot operation
  • Exposure-mode select dial
  • 28mm built-in speedlight
  • Focus tracking for moving objects

Reviews (12)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Entry Level SLR
I have had the N60 for about 4 months and I have taken at least 30 rolls of film with it. All of the pictures have come out great. When compared to my dads Minolta 530si, this camera is better in almost every way. Although it is a little heavy compared to the other entry level SLR's I prefer it to a lighter camera that has much less of a quality feel to it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Nikon
The best thing about Nikon is not the body itself. Aside from the N60 being a more than adequate entry-level body with all the features that an amateur needs, AF Nikkor lenses are unsurpassed in quality. In general, Nikons take better pictures. If you want a lot of "features", go with something else. If you want great photos, go with Nikon. One more thing: I have upgraded bodies twice since I started doing photography 15 years ago. All of my old lenses still fit my current camera. See if you get that from another manufacturer.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Entry To World of Nikkor Lens
Nikon was recommended to me by a knowlegable coworker. I was very impressed when he told me that Nikon manufactures their own glass. He initially recommended the N80, but all I could afford at the time was the N60. It seemed like a good entry level camera for someone new to 35mm SLR photography. I bought it from Amazon in the spring of 2000. I also found the Magic Lantern Guide to the Nikon N60/F60 Camera at B&H Photo Video in New York. It was much better than the manual that came with the camera. I highly recommend the Magic Lantern Guide to Nikon Lens as well, as you are probably going to get more than one lens before you are through! I wound up getting a wide-angle 28mm f2.8, a fast 50mm f1.4, and a classic 80-200mm f2.8 zoom lens.

Anyway, the N60/F60 has been a great introduction to the world of serious photography. It doesn't have the cable release opening, debth of field preview button, multiple exposure capability, or manual DX ISO setting of the N80 but since I didn't even know what half of those things were at first I didn't miss them!

In fact, the N60/F60 has some things the upgraded N65/F65 doesn't- like a 1/125 maximum flash sync versus the N65/F65 at only 1/90, and an Exposure Lock button. In fact, both the F65/N65 and N80/F80 only have an onboard flash with a guide number of 40, vs 49 for the N60/F60!

The N60 also feels hefty but not heavy- it's sturdy and well-built but easy to hold and use. I will always be glad I that I had the pleasure of owning this camera.

5-0 out of 5 stars I love this camera
I've been using this camera for several years and I've been very pleased with the results. It is a great value and a fantastic blend of features and convenience. I'd highly recommend this model as a first SLR for someone interested in more serious photography. Plus with Nikon, you know that when you do replace the camera body, you'll still have some of the best lenses on the market.

4-0 out of 5 stars A good value- but understand its limits.
The N60 is one of a number of new budget made-in-China cameras bearing the Nikon label. On the plus side, they're a great entry into the Nikon system, and they're backed by the Nikon organizations,m with worldwide service available. On the minus side, these are not built to the same level as the classic Nikon SLRs. They're plastic, they lack the ruggedness of real Nikons, and they won't be around in 10 or 20 years. And the lenses they come with, while they use the Nikon mount system, aren't of the optical or mechanical quality of Nikkor lenses.

But if you're not a heavy user, this is a good way to get access to the Nikon system, and to the hundreds of used Nikon lenses out there at attractive prices. If you understand the plusses and minuses, the N60 can be a good deal. ... Read more

135. Fujifilm Quick Snap Waterproof 35mm Single Use Camera (4 Pack)
by Fujifilm
list price: $59.99
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Asin: B00068H7J8
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Fujifilm
Sales Rank: 3725
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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This all-weather, one-time-use camera is ready for just about anything. It is designed for shooting outdoors in wet or snowy conditions, and will even operate up to 17 feet underwater. The package includes a wrist strap that can be used to keep the camera close and your hands free while swimming. The casing is made of lightweight and durable blue plastic to protect the camera from the elements and keep it afloat in the water. The camera is loaded with Fujicolor Superia X-TRA 800 film and has 27 exposures. The shutter release has been enlarged for easy operation. ... Read more


  • 35mm format; 4 cameras included in pack
  • Cameras are pre-loaded with 800-speed color film
  • 27 exposures per single-use camera
  • Waterproof to a depth of 17 feet
  • Each camera includes a hand strap

Reviews (12)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great for land and water
We took this little guy to Maui and planned to use it for snorkeling. We ended up renting an underwater camera later in the week so we didn't get many water photos with the disposable. But the pictures we took turned out pretty good including the land photos.

5-0 out of 5 stars great pictures both in and out of the water
This is a great little camera for taking pictures both in and out of the water. Not surprisingly, it delivers best underwater on a sunny day, but even on overcast days, it produces crisp pictures with great detail.

On land, it is much less particular about lighting, and produces pictures with beautiful colour in light or shadow, or both.

Since it takes such nice pictures out of the water, a first time user might want to practice with it on land. The lever action feels a lot different from the push-button action of regular throw-away cameras, and since you don't hear the click of the shutter underwater, you might be uncertain whether anything happened. A couple of test shots (without the urgency of a sea turtle swimming by or a beautiful school of fish) should increase the photographer's confidence in the camera when underwater.

The big wheel that advances the film works very well; it's easy to find by touch, so getting another snap of something before it swims away isn't difficult.

There's also a little strap to keep it on your wrist, although it's a good idea to keep a firm hold on the camera anyway while swimming.

The simple operation made it a hit with the kids; they were able to make their own special souvenirs of the underwater world.

Excellent value.

5-0 out of 5 stars Sensational little disposable -- BUY IT!
It's just about the only camera I needed for a vacation to Maui. I hauled along my digital camera, my "real" 35mm camera and a handful of dry-land disposables, and this underwater camera KICKED BUTT as far as quality of shots, quality of hardware, ease of use and general cool/fun vortex rating, plus, it's almost indestructible and weighs next to nothing!

YES the prints are a bit "dark" when printed without correction -- so CORRECT them! This is a Fuji-Kodak thing, I think, so ASK your processor to print them a bit lighter. The colors are outrageously rich, even the deeper-underwater shots have very good colors throughout. You have GOT to have one of these on your wrist while you snorkel!

Really an excellent little product - the next time I need a dry-land disposable, I'm going to give Fuji a try based on how great this underwater Fuji was to use!

3-0 out of 5 stars Not impressed
Probadly will not purchase one again. Pictures were too far away. Colors very not as vivid as the real thing. View finder is too small.

5-0 out of 5 stars Better than Advertised
We used this little camera at depths over 50 feet in Hawaii the last two years. The results speak for them self... ... Read more

136. Canon EOS Rebel G SLR Camera Kit with 35-80mm Lens
by Canon Cameras US
list price: $299.99
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Asin: B00005OCWN
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 2839
Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars
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The all-black Canon EOS Rebel G is a fully automatic, ultracompact, and quiet SLR camera that comes equipped with a built-in retractable flash. This kit also includes a 35-80mm detachable Canon EF zoom lens. The Rebel G features a high-speed selectable three-point autofocus system and Canon's exclusive AIM (Advanced Integrated Multipoint) control system which links the Rebel G's three-point autofocus to multizone metering for available light and flash. It offers 11 exposure modes (full auto to metered manual with indicator) plus multiple exposure, exposure compensation, and autoexposure bracketing. The Rebel G features an enhanced command dial for mode selection, and is fully compatible with Canon's complete line of EF autofocus lenses and EOS system specialties, including battery pack BP-8, grip tripod GR-80TP, and remote switch RS-60E3.

Features like autoexposure bracketing (in one-half stop increments up to plus-or-minus two stops) and E-TTL autoflash (enables high-speed synch for automatic fill flash), as well as improved control of red-eye reduction, the in-focus beeper, and the autoexposure (AE) lock make the EOS Rebel G more advanced than previous Rebel models. ... Read more


  • Autofocus 35mm SLR with full manual options. Two CR123A/DL123A lithium batteries (3v) housed inside the camera grip
  • Kit includes camera and 35-80mm lens detachable Canon EF zoom lens
  • Retractable built-in flash, improved control of red-eye reduction
  • Canon's exclusive AIM (Advanced Integrated Multipoint) control system
  • Enhanced command dial for mode selection; 11 exposure modes

Reviews (20)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Camera, Easy Controls
The Canon EOS Rebel G is absolutely wonderful. The autofocus is the fastest I've ever used. The metering system is difficult to fool, although I've still managed to do it a couple times. It has a wide range of automatic modes which all produce excellent results and save me a lot of work. But when I want more control, several semi-automatic modes and a fully manual mode allow me to do whatever I want with as little or as much work as I want. This camera has served well in all sorts of conditions in all kinds of situations. Even in the fully-automatic "snapshot" mode, the Rebel G can capture some unbelievable shots. It's easy to load, and the batteries last longer than I'm used to, so that's another bonus. Lots of extras are available which I can't wait to try out! You can't go wrong here. Buy it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing camera, I absolutely love it
I bought this camera the day we were leaving for vacation. Of the three camera's brought on this trip, everyone who's looked at our pictures is amazed at how much better the quality is from the Canon Rebel. If you're not getting beautiful pictures from this camera, then you're doing something wrong. Having taken a photography class before, I love the flexability I have with all the different settings, while at the same time, any amature can take beautiful photos with the automatic settings. My only complaint is the auto focus. It's a little slow (especially compared to strictly automatic cameras) and when having someone else take a picture for you, you have to explain to them to hold the button half-way down until it beeps or your picture will be out of focus. Although I am so attached to this camera, it doesn't happen often! I love taking photos with it so much, our photo album looks like my family went on vacation without me! Regardless, it's light weight, easy to use, and produces the best quality photographs of any camera I've seen. If you enjoy photography, whether expert or amature, you will love this camera.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great camera for a small Budget
The Canon EOS Rebel G SLR camera with its great 35-80mm Lens you will be zooming in for the good stuff. Its sleak body and easy to use buttons make it Ideal for new users but also with its interchanable lenes even the PRO can have fun useing it. For the money of this camera its not bad at all.

Review by Jack Sherwood

3-0 out of 5 stars Nice camera, but don't by a refurb...
Normally, I swear by refurbs, but I have to second-guess that notion after buying this camera. Physically, it is in perfect condotion, and all pieces are there. Those two points led me to believe that the camera was perfect.

Well, the first thing that bothered me was that none of the automatic exposure modes (auto, portrait, landscape, etc.) work. Not sure why, and I have read the manual twice to ensure that I was not overlooking some obvious button to enable these modes.

Another issue, and I'm not sure if it's a bug or a feature, is that the LCD stays on while film is loaded--even when the camera is "powered off". The camera constantly shows the exposures remaining and the "film loaded" indicator stays on. I guess since LCD watches last for years on one battery, then this shouldn't be a serious battery drain. It is good to know before you pull it out to use and potentially ruin good film. Maybe its a feature.

Now for the good points: flawless pictures. I am using the camera for a intermediate photography class (which is why I didn't return it), and it takes perfect exposures. So far, I have done night photos, multiple exposures (camera will handle 9), action shots, and family pictures, all with flawless results.

Granted, the great pictures are due to the photographer, but the clarity and sharpness are really impressive. The user interface takes some getting used to, but it actually seems intuitive once you learn the camera. It seems that aperature and shutter could be adjusted easier, though.

Minus two because of the first two points. I'd imagine if I had bought it new it would be an easy 5 for a photo hobbyist like myself.

1-0 out of 5 stars piece of....
well, for the longest time i thought this camera was pretty good... though i always noticed that the photos always turned out a little grainy. i tried to deny this. now, after about three years of owning it, my auto focus seems to have all but stopped working. ok, sometimes it will move, but it won't fix on anything. so, i thought, hey! i'll just use my dad's (he owns a rebel G as well)for a little while so i can work on a few projects. and, well, his auto focus turned out busted too. so, i don't think any one should own a rebel G. ... Read more

137. NIKON N80KIT 35mm SLR Camera Kit with 28-80mm Nikon Lens
by Nikon

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Asin: B00006I5JU
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 6625
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  • The N80 is a sophisticated SLR camera body that's designed for excellent performance with flexibility to meet virtually all of your photographic needs. Whether you choose automatic, manual or assisted modes, the N80 offers outstanding results
  • 10-segment 3D, Center and Spot metering for auto and manual exposure modes
  • Nikon advanced focusing in auto and manual modes
  • Uses all Nikon F Lenses (AF Series for autofocus capabilities) - Includes 28-80mm Nikon Zoom Lens
  • Comprehensive viewfinder information

138. Canon Sure Shot 115u 35mm Camera
by Canon
list price: $149.99
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Asin: B00009NR14
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon
Sales Rank: 2101
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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  • 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 (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars a great buy!
I received this camera as a gift, and it has surpassed all my expectations! There are 6 zoom levels, a timer, and 5 modes (nighttime, portrait, still life, and motion are the only ones I've used). I've gotten 3 rolls of film developed, and the quality is AMAZING. My old Panasonic would zoom in well, but the developed pictures were really blurry. With the Canon Sureshot 115u, there is no blur whatsoever, even on the furthest zoom setting. An excellent buy.

5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing quality with great ease of use
This is a very simple camera to use. The results are excellent. I mostly use 800 speed films and that might contribute to the vivid colors. But I have a Nikon N50 SLR with Quantraray lens and 115u gives me quality pictures which are as good as if not better, N50. I tried night close-ups, low-light, action and general pictures. Interesting thing is that, I found Walmart development better than any other place. We usually use, Walmart one day service. They use Fuji machine vs Kodak at most other places.

5-0 out of 5 stars I love this camera
I just got this camera yesterday, I haven't even developed a roll of film off of it yet, but I love it! The zoom power is amazing. I also love the compact size of it too! ... Read more

139. Lomographic Supersampler Camera (Dark Blue - Designer Box Included)
list price: $39.99
our price: $39.99
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Asin: B0007ZGXQ8
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Lomographic Cameras
Sales Rank: 2312
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  • Wonderfully smooth rubberized blue coating
  • The "queen" of all multi-lensed cameras
  • Four precision panoramic lenses capture four sequential shots on a single photo
  • Features Lomography's patented rip-cord advance
  • Includes film, editorial book, and molded plastic design box

140. Polaroid Image 1200 Spectra Instant camera
by Polaroid
list price: $169.99
our price: $129.99
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Asin: B0001MB7UY
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Polaroid
Sales Rank: 2733
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  • Uses Polaroid Spectra Instant Film
  • Focus Free Lens for great shotsas close as 2 feet.
  • Digital LCD picture counter and feature setting display.
  • Adjustible LCD viewfinder for perfect picture framing everytime.
  • Autoflash, exposure control and red-eye reduction for perfect pictures in any light

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