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141. Olympus iS-20 QD Date 35mm SLR
$70.00 list($299.99)
142. Pentax IQ Zoom 140M QD Date 35mm
143. Canon EOS ELAN II 35mm SLR Camera
$79.87 $39.95 list($89.99)
144. Olympus Infinity 105QD 35mm Camera
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145. Olympus Stylus 105 35mm Camera
146. MINOLTA Zoom 60C Compact 35mm
$124.98 list($109.99)
147. Kodak T550 Advantix APS Camera
$329.99 list($259.99)
148. Fujifilm Zoom Date 1000 35mm Camera
$39.72 list($59.95)
149. Fujifilm Q1 24mm APS Point-and-Shoot
$31.99 list()
150. Olympus 35mm Trip Autofocus 50
$134.00 list($319.99)
151. Canon EOS Rebel Ti 35mm SLR Quartz
$29.95 list($59.99)
152. Fujifilm Q1 24mm APS Camera (Royal
$129.98 list($195.99)
153. Kodak Advantix T700 Zoom APS Camera
$499.99 list($359.99)
154. Minolta Maxxum STsi Panorama Date
155. VIVITAR Mariner Underwater 35mm
$119.99 $119.50 list($179.99)
156. Olympus Stylus 120 35mm Camera
157. NIKON F100 35mm SLR Camera Body
$14.99 $10.45 list($25.99)
158. Kodak MAX HQ One Time Use Camera
159. Canon SureShot AF-10 Date Film
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160. Olympus Infinity Zoom 80 QD Date

141. Olympus iS-20 QD Date 35mm SLR Camera
by Olympus
list price: $349.99
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Asin: B00004TQ0T
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Olympus
Sales Rank: 2956
Average Customer Review: 4.04 out of 5 stars
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With true 4x zoom and date printing, the fully automatic Olympus IS-20QD SLR camera offers versatility and professional quality. It combines theadvanced functionality of an SLR camera system with a compact, lightweightpackage. The 28-110mm aspherical glass lens provides a high degree of opticalresolution with reduced distortion. A full-auto mode automatically sets shutterspeed and aperture, while audible beeps confirm focus.

A set of direct modeselect buttons make creative photography easy. A landscape mode capturesforeground and background with equal clarity. You can also create dramaticportraits with a sharply defined subject and shallow depth of field. A night- scene mode keeps the shutter open for up to two-second exposures. An intelligentflash automatically fires in low-light situations and includes fill-in flash,red-eye reduction, and soft illumination settings. ... Read more


  • 35mm SLR autofocus camera
  • 28-110mm, 4x zoom lens
  • Full-auto mode automatically sets shutter speed and aperture
  • Quartz date and time recording
  • Built-in flash with red-eye reduction

Reviews (23)

5-0 out of 5 stars Olympus iS-20 QD Camera
Very versatile, stylish, easy-to-use camera! I used several rolls of my 2-month daughter basically in the portrait mode and I found them very good (w/flash or without it). But more impressive pictures have been done outdoors with 28mm focus. They a really great! The images are sharp, clear, a full of depth. Before I used 35mm fixed Olympus Stylus and my manual Minolta XG-7. This IS-20 QD camera has a lot more to offer for for the beginner and experienced photographer!

4-0 out of 5 stars Easy to use, powerful flash, great ergonomics
I purchased the IS20 in July 2001. My first interest in it was its design. Not only does it look good, but its shape and ergonomics makes it really easy to hold, handle and operate. We often forget to admit that looks are one of the major purchase motivations.

The second thing i liked about it was ease of use. if you have minimal camera operation experience you might never read the manual at all!

It also integrates a powerful flash. My boss told me once that he thought it was on fire when it blinked to reduce red eye effect.

The 28-110 mm zoom is also nice, quick. Battery life seems above average (I still have not changet it).

Negative aspects?

Probably its weight and size, its definately not a camera you would stick in your pocket.
You will notice that when the camera is on the lens sticks all the way out wich makes it look more like an Olympus IS3000.

5-0 out of 5 stars Wow!
I purchased this camera for my 11-yr old daughter to use in a summer photography gifted & talented art class that required the kids to bring an SLR camera (I got a reconditioned model really cheap). What a find!! I bought it because it seemed much easier to use than a standard SLR (which befuddle me), but I didn't expect that the pictures or adjustability would be that great - I was terribly wrong. There was no discernable difference between my daughter's photos and the photos from the kids (most older & more seasoned in photography) who used a standard SLR - except she said that she got to take more pictures because she wasn't always messing with her camera. Her photos included color, black & white, landscapes, close-ups, and many "trick" shots with long exposures and light effects - everything the other kids did with their cameras. He teacher even recommended that she enter a couple of her photos in a local contest!

The "one step" buttons for landscapes, close-ups, long exposure, and short exposure produce excellent results, and the automatic speed setting with the manual f-step option is very nice as well - no charts or graphs needed to figure it all out.

My husband and I have always been interested in photography, but we never wanted to deal with the complicated SLR lenses, F-stop/speed settings, etc., but we were so impressed with the IS20 that we just purchased another one for our own use, and intend on doing a little hobby SLR photography ourselves! The IS20 actually makes photography fun! I've taken the best photos of my life in the past few days, and I'm excited to continue.

I HIGHLY RECOMMEND for the beginning or even intermediate SLR user.

5-0 out of 5 stars Golden!
I was looking for an entry level SLR and decided to try the Olympus IS 20 at the advice of a friend who works as a semi-professional photographer. After shopping around and comparing the Olympus to other brands such as Nikon and Cannon, I found that Olympus does not necessarily enjoy the reputation found in other brands. Still, I decided to get the IS 20 based on the functions it offered and the great price on Amazon. Since I have owned the IS 20 I have shot over 20 rolls of film including 200, 400 and 800 speeds. The camera is very user friendly and my photos are excellent. The last roll of film that I shot with 800 contained photos of Seattle taken from the incoming Bainbridge ferry at sunset. When I picked up the photos from processing, several members of the staff were waiting for me to compliment me on the outstanding colors and detail in my photos. They were convinced that I am a seasoned photographer with a superior understanding of manual cameras and photography in general; even though I only have a basic understanding! This camera is everything that I hoped it would be and I would highly recommend it for beginners. Also, if you buy this camera, there is a teleconverter lens available at the Oympus Emporium website (but in limited quanties.)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Pictures!
Easy to use camera that takes great pictures! I replaced my old Nikon 35mm with this Olympus and have been nothing but pleased. ... Read more

142. Pentax IQ Zoom 140M QD Date 35mm Camera
by Pentax
list price: $299.99
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Asin: B00004SCWY
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Pentax
Sales Rank: 4299
Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars
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The Pentax IQ Zoom 140M QD 35mm camera is incredibly compact--at aheight of 2.6 inches it's just a little taller than a roll of 35mm film. Yet ithas a powerful 38-140mm zoom that makes your pictures bigger, closer, and moredetailed than most compacts in its class. The "actual image" viewfinder lets yousee the image size in relation to the zoom ratio, providing a concise preview ofthe finished photo no matter which of the two available print formats--standardand panorama--you use. Switch back and forth between the two formats as often asyou like to capture close-ups or the whole landscape.

In spot AF mode, you can keep your subject in focus even when it's in thebackground and/or other subjects are in the foreground. The six-segmentmultipattern metering provides flawless exposure for any lighting condition. Thebuilt-in, fully automatic flash has five modes to illuminate your subjectperfectly: flash on, flash off, slow shutter sync, bulb sync with or withoutflash for special effects, and bulb (night mode), for great pictures in anylighting condition. Red-eye reduction is also included.

This camera has several features that allow you to shoot worry-free pictures.The fail-safe film loading function loads and advances your film automatically.The high-precision, passive five-point autofocus system ensures sharp pictures,even when shooting through windows. When left unused for three minutes with thepower on, the camera retracts the lens to the wide-angle position to protect itfrom damage, and then shuts itself off completely. The LCD panel gives youeasy-to-see readings on frame counter, zoom, flash modes, self-timer, remotecontrol, shooting modes, date/time stamp, and battery level, so you always knowwhat your camera settings and levels are. ... Read more


  • Powerful 38-140mm zoom lens
  • Passive 5-point autofocus
  • Built-in flash with red-eye reduction
  • Automatic film loading, winding, and rewinding with midroll rewind
  • 10-second self-timer, date imprinting, and panorama mode

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great price, Great Pictures, Great Camera
I bought this camera after reading other reviews and looking on Consumer I was not dissapointed. This camera takes great pictures, is easy to use, and has an excellent zoom.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great camera
This is a great camera. I've taken lots and lots of pictures with it-like over 2000. It really comes up with some fantastic shots. I like the lightweight. It's got a great long distance zoom lens that's fast. Indeed, it shoots like an expensive 35mm. The only drawback is it's macro ability. It does shoot up to about 2.6 feet which is pretty close, and for most shots this is enough. Really, in the majority of situations, it comes up with some wonderful shots that are very clear and great!

4-0 out of 5 stars Great camera, exceptional features,excellent photo quality
I've had this camera for a couple of years now and it has been a really great purchase. The picture quality is extraordinary. I often have people asking me what kind of camera I have because my pictures are so great. (i'd like to think it's my skill at picture taking but it really is the camera) I would highly recommend getting the optional remote, it has come in very handy when taking skyline pictures and other night pictures that require the camera to be very still. I've even used this camera to take some wedding pictures for some friends of mine. A lot of my pictures came out better than the professional camera !!! The price may seem somewhat high for those looking for a simple camera, however I found the quality to be well worth the price.

5-0 out of 5 stars a great camera
I love this camera, its easy to use and carry.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Camera Value for Money
If u are looking for a Medium range Camera Go for This Camera. It has a Good Panaromic Mode for Photographing Skylines and Wide angles. The Controls Are Cool. A Bit Bulky But u can accept it for the way it shoots Pictures. Picture Quality is Crystal Clear. I have shot with this camera the Niagara Falls and It came Great. I strongly recommend this Camera if u are looking for more features at a reasonable price. ... Read more

143. Canon EOS ELAN II 35mm SLR Camera Kit w/ 28-80mm Lens
by Canon
list price: $449.99
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Asin: B00001QHVT
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon
Sales Rank: 8667
Average Customer Review: 4.78 out of 5 stars
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The Canon EOS Elan II is an easy-to-use, full-featured SLR with advanced options. Both film loading and rewinding (High-Speed or Silent modes) are automatic. Other features include a 10-second-delay self-timer, 10 automatic exposure mode choices, three-point autofocus, and a retractable automatic flash.

The EOS Elan II's key controls are positioned for easy access. This camera also provides feedback-confirming control inputs and camera functions via a two-dial and metering-mode lever, a quick-control dial, an AF-mode dial, a film-advance mode lever, and an LCD panel. In addition, Canon's AIM system integrates standard AE, flash AE, and autofocus information.

This camera comes equipped with a Canon 28 to 80mm zoom lens, a camera strap, and one 6-volt lithium battery (2CR5). ... Read more


  • Autofocus 35mm SLR
  • Comes with 28 to 80mm zoom lens
  • Built-in retractable flash
  • Easy film loading and rewind in High-Speed or Silent mode
  • 10 automatic exposure modes

Reviews (18)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great camera, horrible lens
If you can get this camera, GET IT. Just stay as far away as you can from the 28-80mm consumer lens this comes with! Spend the few extra bucks and get the 28-105 or 28-135 IS lens instead (or better yet, get some high quality prime lenses: 24, 50, 100, etc). Remember, it's not the camera that makes the image, it's the lens in front of it. The lens this kit comes with is a piece of garbage and you'll likely get the same images as you would from a $150 point and shoot. You'll NEVER get an acceptable 20X30 image from this lens or even a high-quality 8X10 for that matter. I've had the camera for a number of years and it's up to just about any task you can throw at it. Canon has a winner with the Elan II, but a dud with the lens they include in this kit.

5-0 out of 5 stars Frozen Life With A Elan II
I've owned this camera for three years and have yet to had any problems with it and it's quality never ceases to amaze me. I highly recommend this camera to amateur-professional photographers. Whether you are new to the photography world or a seasoned photographer this camera allows for versatility, capatablity, and most of all, convenience. Functions as a simple automatic camera to complex fully manual camera w/lots of extra features for creative photographers!

5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect Intro to SLR
I have had this camera (coupled with a Sigma 28-105 lens) for about a year and a half now. This camera has allowed me to explore techniques in photography that you just don't get with other models. It comes with more features than you can shake a stick at! The price listed here too is awesome. I got mine for ... without the lens.

The picture quality is excellent. The quality and sharpness of your photos may vary based on your ability and the lens you attach to it, but rest assured that if you know how to tell the camera to take a good picture, it won't let you down.

4-0 out of 5 stars Extraordinary Camera!
I've had my Canon EOS Elan II for almost seven years and though my technique has advanced, this camera is still home to me. Don't get me wrong, I'm all for improved technology -- digital cameras, memory cards, photo quality printers, etc should not be ignored. But nothing beats a 35mm SLR, especially with this kind of setup. What's so great about the Canon EOS is that it gives the photographer the power of choice. Unlike simple point-and-shoots, the Elan II offers the option between automatic and manual exposure settings (or even somewere in between) to ultimately empower the photographer to gauge how much creative/technical input he/she wants in his photographs. In addition, features like focus lock, bracketing, depth of field control, dual exposure for creative superimposed images, almost seem like welcome icing on the proverbial cake.

Abuse is the order of the day with my camera, and I'm happy to say that my Canon has held steadfast in this regard too. Durability is not a problem here. If you're thinking seriously about taking better photographs, you can't go wrong with this one. It's well worth the investment.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Ultimate Affordable SLR
After looking long and good at all camera brands and models, I found a great deal on the Elan II. This camera has it all. The aluminum body makes it strong and durable. It's a little on the heavy side--but that makes it less wobbly when you take the picture. All modes are there plus more-you can do everything from manual exposures to fully auto to blurry backgrounds. If you can push it a little and pay for the Elan II, I would buy it. It is much superior to the Rebels, even more than the Rebel 2000. THIS CAMERA IS AWESOME!!! 5 STARS PLUS RATING!!! ... Read more

144. Olympus Infinity 105QD 35mm Camera
by Olympus
list price: $89.99
our price: $79.87
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Asin: B00006JZYS
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Olympus
Sales Rank: 1922
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  • Fully automatic 35mm camera
  • 38mm - 105mm zoom lens for close-ups
  • Red-eye reduction flash, self-timer, date/time stamp
  • Fully automatic focus adjustment with film auto-load, advance, rewind

145. Olympus Stylus 105 35mm Camera (120531) (120531)

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Asin: B0006FQHUG
Catlog: Photography
Sales Rank: 5559
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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

146. MINOLTA Zoom 60C Compact 35mm Camera
by Minolta

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Asin: B0001LXQGS
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Minolta
Sales Rank: 3544
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  • Built-in 35mm wide-angle to 60mm telephoto lens
  • Snapshot mode automatically sets the zoom at the widest setting of 35mm, ensuring that everything from 1.5 to 5 meters will be in perfect focus
  • Night View Portrait mode captures foreground subjects and background scenery beautifully together
  • Long Distance mode enables scenery to be taken through glass, and is also excellent for night views
  • Even beginners can take professional looking photos with this camera!

147. Kodak T550 Advantix APS Camera
by Kodak
list price: $109.99
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Asin: B00004SA2Z
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Kodak
Sales Rank: 3710
Average Customer Review: 4.27 out of 5 stars
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The Kodak Advantix T550 autofocus camera offers an ultracompact design--one of the smallest cameras in its class.It offers fully automatic operation and shutter speeds ranging from 1/500 to 1/4 of a second.It offers an active 130-zone focus mechanism for clear shots every time, and five flash modes.The specially designed flash flips up to put extra distance between flash and lens to help eliminate red-eye problems, and flips down to turn off the camera and protect the lens.

Film loading, as with any APS camera, is drop-in simple, and you can change film canisters midway through a roll. Users choose between three print formats on every shot. Users can also date-stamp and add messages to the back of prints with a five-language print-titling feature.

The Kodak Advantix T550 comes with one roll of Kodak Advantix color print film, a 3-volt lithium Kodak battery, coupon book, survey card, instruction manual, and a detachable camera strap with control-button activator. Also included is a one-year manufacturer's warranty. ... Read more


  • Ultracompact design with drop-in film loading
  • 3-element, all-glass 28mm lens
  • 130-zone active autofocus
  • Special flip-up flash with 5 modes reduces red eye
  • 3 print formats, date imprinting, and 5-language titling

Reviews (11)

5-0 out of 5 stars A little Gem of a Camera
I bought one of these little APS cameras on a whim right after Christmas about 2 years ago when the price was reduced ... I was having lots of trouble with my fancy and expensive Nikon Nuvis 120i APS so I needed another camera for all the APS film that I had. The ... Nikon took terrible pictures and I figured this camera had to do a little bit better. Boy, was I wrong! It takes great pictures! I carried it all over Europe last summer in my pants pocket while I watched other photographers lugging around their thousand dollar SLR's. No one ever knew I had a camera 'till I pulled it out, flipped up the lens cover (which doubles as a flash) and started snapping away. About the only feature it doesn't have is a zoom lens (which I would rarely use anyway).
Go to your favorite camera store a take a look at this little gem and play around with it.
Good Points: Tiny,like a pack of cigarettes, lightweight, flip up flash, sharp lens, fully automatic, self timer, drop in film loading, reduced red eye from the flip up flash. A LOT of camera for the money. Kodak did their homework on this one!
Bad Points: APS film (more expensive), no zoom, tiny viewfinder.(sometimes it takes a second to get your eye propery aligned)
I now have a months worth of euro-photos(about 250 pictures)to remind me of my great trip and not one turned out unacceptable.

4-0 out of 5 stars A Great Little Camera
This camera is simple to use and easy to carry around--and that is why I would recommend it to anybody. First of all the drop in loading is fantastic. No longer do you need to worry about putting in your film wrong or exposing the film to light therefore ruining it. The film is easy to load. Also the film has symbols on it that let you know if the film is used or unused. This is wonderful because no longer will you find a roll of film and wonder if it is blank or filled with pictures waiting to be developed.

This camera is also so light and easy to use. You can easily carry this camera in a pants pocket or a purse. It is tiny. No longer will you hesitate to bring your camera along because it is to bulky. This camera you can take anywhere just in case something interesting pops up.

The camera is so easy to use. You get to choose from three picture sizes. All you have to do is click a button to change the size of the photo--when you do click this button automatically the view of the photo changes to let you see what the photo will look like. Also you can change photo sizes in the same roll of film. This means that you can have standard, group and panoramic photos all on the same roll of film. Also the autofocus is great for people who don't have time to fuss with focusing their pictures.

A few drawbacks are that the film is more expensive to develope and also sometimes you need to get really far away to take a picture in order to capture everything. Other then that this camera is really good and highly recommended.

2-0 out of 5 stars Good camera at first.. before it broke.
I've had this camera for about a year and a half. After less than a year, I began to have problems. First of all, it would overwind the film to where the film would read "developed" when it had just come out of the camera. This created problems for the developing center because they thought I had already developed the film. So, I just lived with this problem for a while since I was still able to develop the film.

However, then the camera started having problems taking pictures. I would press the shoot button many times without it taking the photo. Needless to say, I missed tons of great photo ops.

The biggest problem came a few weeks ago, when I rewound the film and saw that it came out saying "new roll". I figured the camera had over-overwound and tried to develop it anyways. However, the entire roll came out blank. I was so upset!

Then, I tried to send it to the camera repair company that the Kodak website recommends. However, they sent it back to me saying that there was nothing wrong. HA! I am still having the same problems with the camera and am now definitely going to get a new one--NOT a Kodak.

In addition, a big problem for me was that the window on the camera where you look into is TINY. It's really hard to even see your target. This is especially a problem at night!

5-0 out of 5 stars Tiny, great image quality, nice price
The T550 is a very useful APS camera if you prefer a camera with a fixed focal length lens. The best camera is the one that you have on hand when the opportunity to capture a great picture comes your way. The T550 is about the size of a pack of cigarettes and certainly gives you the opportunity to carry it with you at all times.

This is my first experience with APS film and I'm more pleased with it than I had anticipated. The 200 ASA film is quite good and standard size prints give away little in image quality to 35mm. Haven't received my 400 ASA prints back yet, but I anticipate similar results.

The positioning of the flash on the T550 is very favorable for reducing or eliminating 'red eye' - a real plus with a pocket camera. The viewfinder has an oval that shows the area where the camera focuses. Be forewarned that focus is quite selective - center your subject, partially depress the shutter release, then compose the picture.

This is a quiet little camera as well, which is nice for taking unobtrusive photographs with the flash turned off. Available light photographs have been very good, even in a dimly illuminated chapel. I haven't fully figured out how to use the available light/flash sync to best advantage yet, but learning how many times to press the flash button in a dark room to bring that feature up (or carrying a little flashlight) may be a useful skill. It's a nice feature to have and should yield some fun images.

The lens is a moderate wide angle, arguably the most useful focal length. It's just right for a camera intended for taking snapshots, which is definitely the strong suit of the T550.

This is a fine little camera and I think it's a great deal... Give it a try and see for yourself!

4-0 out of 5 stars It's compact size is superb, but weak...
This camera is small and takes great pictures. Its modes and flip up flash system from kodak to reduce red eye successfully. However, I did find this camera very fragile. I must go against the above said "great for kids." Just from normal use and being put in a back-pack, it broke. All in all, good camera, but its low cost might be because you'll need more than one. ... Read more

148. Fujifilm Zoom Date 1000 35mm Camera
by Fujifilm
list price: $259.99
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Asin: B000067BF3
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Fujifilm
Sales Rank: 2522
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  • 35mm compact point-and-shoot
  • 28-100mm 3.6x zoom lens with autofocus
  • Multi-mode flash features red-eye reduction
  • Automatic film loading, advance, and rewind

149. Fujifilm Q1 24mm APS Point-and-Shoot Camera (Silver Petal)
by Fujifilm
list price: $59.95
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Asin: B0001DJVH4
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Fujifilm
Sales Rank: 2226
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  • 22mm lens with autofocus
  • Built-in flash with red-eye reduction
  • Small and lightweight
  • Change film quickly and easily with drop-in loading
  • Powered by one lithium battery (CR2)

150. Olympus 35mm Trip Autofocus 50
by Olympus

our price: $31.99
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Asin: B00006JZYT
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Olympus
Sales Rank: 943
Average Customer Review: 3.75 out of 5 stars
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  • 28mm wide-angle lens for an extra large view
  • Automatic features such as auto film advance, auto flash, and autofocus
  • Red-eye reduction for perfect portraits
  • Compact design easy to hold and carry
  • Quartz date imprinting

Reviews (4)

4-0 out of 5 stars camera good - film bundle not good
This camera is good however this was bought as a gift for my daughter with the extra film that is recommended and that film is not compatable with this camera. The Advantix film does not work in this camera. This camera takes regular kodak film. My daughter was very disappointed when she used the first roll that came with camera and when done with that could not take any more pictures because the "accessory pack" of film was not correct.

5-0 out of 5 stars A really, really, really convinient and easy-to-use camera!
Hey guys, I just got my Olympus camera today. I have already used my 24 exp. film (that came w/ it) out of excitement. This camera is everything I expected and more! I think this camera would make an awesome gift for either yourself or for a loved one. I really love this camera!

5-0 out of 5 stars don't be so critical
To the people who gave this camera one star or less, listen up!Don't ever think it's the camera's fault your pictures come out crappy, I have this exact same camera and my pictures come out great! The pictures come out crappy because of the film developers or YOU didn't take the pictures correctly.

1-0 out of 5 stars If zero stars were possible...
that's what I would give this camera! I bought this before my son was born, thinking I could get good pictures quickly to capture those moments. After several ruined rolls of film, I am searching for a new camera and this one has already made it to the Dumpster. Pictures came out fuzzy and out of focus, even when at the range it says the camera can handle (close-ups are pretty much non-existant). Fill flash is the lousiest I've ever seen and leaves foreground over-exposed while the background is pitch black. You must push the shutter button halfway down to *compose* your shot and then take it, which is stupid and not something everyone is used to, thus meaning terrible pictures if someone else uses your camera. The only feature I liked was the date stamp, which you can get on just about every point and shoot out there. Total waste of time and money. ... Read more

151. Canon EOS Rebel Ti 35mm SLR Quartz Date Camera (Body Only--No Lens)
by Canon Cameras US
list price: $319.99
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Asin: B00006K13R
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 3787
Average Customer Review: 4.36 out of 5 stars
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Canon has once again raised the bar in the world of 35mm SLRs with its EOS Rebel Ti. Canon claims the Rebel Ti has the fastest autofocus (AF) in its class, which should increase accuracy and precision for shooting at a real-life pace. A built-in flash pops up easily for low-light situations, and its extended arm reduces red-eye effect. This version of the Rebel Ti comes without a lens.

Fast, accurate, and flexible, Rebel Ti's three autofocus systems (the camera chooses the best one automatically) free you to concentrate on your composition and to just have fun. Seven focusing points cover an area wider than any other camera in its class, letting you place your subject off-center or even focus on the area covered by multiple focus points.

The glare-free laser matte viewfinder displays seven wide-area focusing points, which are clearly superimposed to guide composition. There's also a dioptric adjustment so that prescription glasses can be removed for up-close comfort. The extralarge LCD panel is illuminated for clear viewing whatever the lighting conditions.

The Rebel Ti's automatic exposure system should ensure professional results, but the camera's special exposure controls give you lots of room for experimentation. With the multiple exposure control, you can place up to nine images in a single frame for impressive surrealistic compositions.

Shooting feels natural because the shutter button, AF point selector, main dial, command dial, and even the LCD panel's buttons are all within reach for one-handed operation. The command dial has seven preset image controls for work in various common shooting situations.

The lens mount is solid stainless steel to handle Canon's full line of world-renowned lenses. A built-in, automatic pop-up flash eliminates guesswork. It recycles for action quickly, and with a red-eye reduction lamp built right in, images are natural and flattering. The quartz date imprinting feature can stamp your photos with the exact time you shoot your images. ... Read more


  • 35mm SLR with full manual options
  • Fastest autofocus in its class
  • Retractable built-in flash
  • 11 exposure modes
  • Quartz date back can imprint date on photos

Reviews (22)

5-0 out of 5 stars I love this camera
I've used Canon SLR cameras for the last 21 years and have never had any problems with any of them (a F-1, AE-1, EOS 5). I've been using this camera for the last 3 months and have been very pleased with it.

This camera's initial appeal is the compact, light weight design. However, this camera offers much, much more!

This camera has most of the features and manual setting possibilities found in professional level cameras along with idiot-proof automatic settings that make it as easy to use as a point-and-shoot...

Because you can mount any of the countless quality EOS lenses to this camera, the possibilities of crafting quality pictures is endless. The 28-90 lens that comes with this camera is a good place to start, but don't limit yourself to just this one choice. Canon has been making EOS cameras for the last 16 years and has been a market leader all that time. There's lots of great new and used lenses available.

Another definite plus to this camera is the awesome ergonomics. Unlike most SLR's, you can easily operate this one (including setting all manual and automatic settings) with just your right hand. I've never used a camera that I've been able to do this in a natural, comfortable and secure manner.

5-0 out of 5 stars An awersome camera choice from Canon!
I've used Canon SLR cameras for the last 21 years and have never had any problems with any of them (a F-1, AE-1, EOS 5). I've been using this camera for the last 3 months and have been very pleased with it.

This camera's initial appeal is the compact, light weight design. However, this camera offers much, much more!

This camera has most of the features and manual setting possibilities found in professional level cameras along with idiot-proof automatic settings that make it as easy to use as a point-and-shoot...

Because you can mount any of the countless quality EOS lenses to this camera, the possibilities of crafting quality pictures is endless. The 28-90 lens that usually comes with this camera is an o.k. place to start, but I would recommend getting the Sigma 28-200 Compact Hyperzoom Lens instead---lightweight, good focal range, better construction than the comsumer grade lenses that are usually packaged with this camera. Canon has been making EOS cameras for the last 16 years and has been a market leader all that time. There's lots of great new and used lenses available.

Another definite plus to this camera is the awesome ergonomics. Unlike most SLR's, you can easily operate this one (including setting all manual and automatic settings) with just your right hand. I've never used a camera that I've been able to do this in a natural, comfortable and secure manner.

3-0 out of 5 stars confused
I have been looking at this camera for the past few days and then today I look and the price went up $17, that's lame.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Deal
I had my Cannon rebel G stolen on Chrismas, so for a replacement I have been Eying the new Cannon Ti. Every store I've looked at sells this model for $300, and up. It comes with the smaller 35-80mm Lens, and thats it. I was very happy with this package deal, because it came with a better len's 27-90mm( Nice Close ups!), Camera bag, 2 batteries, cleaning kit, Mini tripod, and a role of film! On top of that it was free to ship! The camera itself is beautiful, a nice step up from my stolen Rebel G!

5-0 out of 5 stars So much fun!
I love this camera. I am not a professional photographer. I use my camera to have fun. I have taken over a dozen rolls of film and they all turned out great. I have never owned a SLR camera until now, but I will from now on. This one is very easy to use. I did get the deal with the case and all, but I paid only $368. As for the comment about making more money, every store has sales. Sometimes you hit them, sometimes you don't. My pictures (of my newborn son) are priceless and I am so glad they were taken with this camera instead of another. ... Read more

152. Fujifilm Q1 24mm APS Camera (Royal Blue)
by Fujifilm
list price: $59.99
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Asin: B000067BEO
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Fujifilm
Sales Rank: 912
Average Customer Review: 4.75 out of 5 stars
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Great for kids of all ages, Fujifilm's Nexia Q1 APS camera features a unique shape and a small size. With its automatic features and compact size, the point-and-shoot Q1 is ready to capture the fun wherever you roam. The Q1 features 24mm Advanced Photo System (APS) technology that offers the ease of drop-in film loading to make it easy to change a role of film and make a midroll film replacement.

Its autofocus lens ensures that your subject is always clear, while the autoflash features red-eye reduction sensors that measure low light and automatically fires the built-in flash when needed.

The 22mm Fujinon lens assures the picture taker of beautiful, clear images with the touch of a button. You can also choose the print format you want from C (classic) or H (HDTV) when the picture is taken or when the prints are ordered.

The Q1 comes with a neck strap and one lithium battery (CR-2). ... Read more


  • APS-format compact point-and-shoot
  • Autofocus lens with fixed focal length
  • Multi-mode flash features red-eye reduction
  • Automatic film loading, advance, and rewind

Reviews (8)

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Pictures, Junky Camera
I find this camera to take adequate photos, but the camera is made of poor quality. It has scratches on it everywhere, and in under a year, the flash cover keeps falling off. It always gets me noticed, and I might have to buy a new one because I love the size and the shape. It goes everywhere with me, I just wish that the body was stronger.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great first camera
We bought this camera for my 10 year old daughter at Christmas, and have been nothing but pleased with the quality of the pictures. We chose it for it's size and ease of use for a child with the use of only one hand. I've been known to grab it, though, for quick pics around the house!

We have compensated for the additional cost of developign APS film by only getting our pics developed at Sam's or Wal-Mart...

5-0 out of 5 stars Great for the Price
I purchased this camera for my husband who doesn't use a camera much. We ended up using this camera all the time, as I misplaced my 35MM camera. It takes great pictures for the price. Sometimes, I have noticed red eye (it is supposed to have red reduction) and some the pictures indoors are darker in the background than outside, but overall this has out performed itself in my opinion.
I highly recommend it.

5-0 out of 5 stars A very neat impressive little camera.
On vacation in Saint Maarten, we passed a camers store on the main street in Phillipsburgh, we spotted Q1 in the window of the store, my wife had not idea what it was, neither did I, we went in took a look, we were fascinated by it, I have had Fuji cameras in the past, knew they were very good on prices an gave you a camera that was reliable and took great shots, we bought the Q1, put the digital away for the rest of trip and took wonderful shots with the it, very impressed, APS to me has never been know for giving decent shots, but, the Q1 does, delighted with it, can only recommed it highly, even if it only has an F8 lens, its a barrel of fun, am using it since the vacation, we really love this purple camera, buy it, you wont regret it, even if it looks more like a radio.

4-0 out of 5 stars cool camera
this camera is really cool, but the film it uses is that advanced photo system stuff, & it costs alot more to buy & develop, that's pretty much the only drawback to this camera ... Read more

153. Kodak Advantix T700 Zoom APS Camera
by Kodak
list price: $195.99
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Asin: B00004XQPK
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Kodak
Sales Rank: 2116
Average Customer Review: 3.36 out of 5 stars
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Kodak's first ultracompact, weatherproof camera, the Advantix T700 zoom camera is constructed with multiple rubber seals around the control buttons, film and battery doors, and the lens to keep moisture out of the body and the lens. This lets you shoot outside in any weather, and the camera's rubberized surface provides a sure grip. The pop-up flash is farther from the lens to reduce red eye. A sturdy lens cover acts as the camera's on/off switch.

The Advantix T700 uses Kodak's PQix (Picture Quality Information Exchange) feature, which records data about each frame on the film's magnetic strip; this ensures that your images are properly exposed and developed by your photo processor. The real-image viewfinder lets you properly frame each shot and changes the view depending on which of the three image formats you choose (C, H, or P). Kodak also included a safety interlock on the film door to make sure the door won't open until your film is completely rewound. You can imprint the date and time, or one of 41 titles in 12 languages, on your images so you never forget when you took them. ... Read more


  • Weatherproof construction
  • Panorama mode
  • Small and durable
  • Red-eye reduction
  • Mid-roll change, mid-roll rewind

Reviews (14)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great camera!
I didn't know if this camera would be worth the price, but it definately is! I love all of the features--zoom, 3 picture sizes, mid-roll change, and many more. I haven't had a picture that didn't turn out since I got this camera. The only drawback is the expensive film, but you can see the quality in the pictures. This camera is great for point and shoot and gives you great pictures every time.

2-0 out of 5 stars Mediocre
I really liked this camera the first year I had it. The pictures were good, it was very convenient... but a few days after the one year warranty had expired, the camera started to rewind the film after just one or two pictures and sometimes freeze up (the lens wouldn't retract). It is currently at a repair shop. Another downside is the high cost of APS film and development.

1-0 out of 5 stars i hate this camera
I took this camera with me on many a college a adventure and after shooting 3 roles that got progressively worse I'm fed up with this shoddy crap. the only pictures that come out are indoors with decent artifical light and outdoors, but not bright. It won't take pictures in the dark, they shouldn't even tempt you with the different shutter options, none work. I even sent my camera in after the lcd broke. they wouldn't replace it but they did send me back a role of test pictures that for some reason were all perfectly developed, i wish i knew what camera they used...

1-0 out of 5 stars Lemon!
I received this camera as a gift in January. It has already been back to Kodak once for repairs, and now it is going back again - for the same problem! After I load a new roll of film in it, it takes one picture & automatically rewinds the entire roll. Very frustrating. Picture quality is OK, but have only successfully been able to shoot 3 complete rolls of film since January because of it's quirky film problem.

3-0 out of 5 stars Reduced picture quality
This little camera has nice features such as it's size, weight, and weatherproofing. Picture clarity is another issue. Photos are no where near 35 mm quality. They tend to look soft and kind of fuzzy. Not sure if the focus is off or the film resolution is that much less or I am just too picky. If you are looking for a easy to carry and use camera and are not too concerned about picture qualiity, this camera will serve you well. I will be getting rid of mine. ... Read more

154. Minolta Maxxum STsi Panorama Date 35mm SLR Camera Kit with 35-80mm Lens
by Konica Minolta
list price: $359.99
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Asin: B00004S5H5
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Konica Minolta
Sales Rank: 2838
Average Customer Review: 4.47 out of 5 stars
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The Minolta Maxxum STsi Panorama Date kit includes the compact, lightweight Minolta Maxxum STsi single-lens reflex camera that is equipped with panoramic shooting mode, date imprinting, and a host of accessories such as a detachable 35-80mm lens, a wide strap, and batteries. This SLR kit provides many creative options for advanced users, such as the ability to shoot double exposures, but it is designed with a user-friendly format so that even novice photographers can enjoy using it.

The Minolta Maxxum STsi provides a fully automatic point-and-shoot mode, plus aperture, shutter, and manual setting modes. Program selection modes include portrait, landscape, close-up, sports, and night portrait settings. This camera features precise continuous autofocusing plus eight-segment honeycomb metering or spot metering for even more accurate exposures. In addition, the Minolta Maxxum has a built-in, versatile pop-up flash with five flash modes (including red-eye reduction) and wireless flash control modes. The continuous film advance is used to capture action sequences. Other advanced features include three-shot autoexposure bracketing and a self-timer function. The Minolta Maxxum STsi comes complete with all necessary batteries and a limited one-year warranty on parts and labor. ... Read more


  • Compact, lightweight single-lens reflex camera for novice and advanced users alike
  • Detachable 35-80mm lens included
  • Selectable autofocus or manual focus
  • Through-the-lens, 8-segment honeycomb-pattern, or spot metering
  • Panorama mode and date imprinting included

Reviews (34)

5-0 out of 5 stars Can't put the camera down!
This camera is a tremendous value for both the aspiring and expert photographer. It is packed with features such as fully automatic mode (can be switched back from manual mode at a touch of a button) to catch those unexpected picture moments and aperture and shutter priority modes. The multiple subject program modes (portrait, night, close up, landscape etc) make professional quality pictures possible at a touch of a button. Another great feature that this camera offers is the ability to take panoramic pictures at a touch of a button so you can get those long scenic shots with no problem. No need for the expensive Advantix systems. This camera is hard to put down because it is designed with an amatuer in mind and very easy to understand manual makes operating the camera a pleasure. It is lightweight but yet substantial enough to prevent shaking while holding the camera. I have gone through 5 rolls in 2 days and the quality of the prints are superb especially when using the potrait mode. Images are clear and precise in automatic mode. The lens is sufficient but if you can afford the telephoto lens, go for it. The balance between price and features makes the STsi a must have for anyone looking for a new camera SLR or point and shoot.

5-0 out of 5 stars just what the doctor ordered
I began looking for a camera after problems with my last point and shoot and wanted to upgrade to something more powerful. Searching on the internet allowed me to find many reviews and potential replacements, and Amazon offerered prices about 30% less than my local vendors - with a Minolta lens instead of an off-brand. My wife an I took about 10 rolls within the first few weeks - everything from portraits of our son, to sunsets (panoramic), to action shots, to shots with different depths of focus. The camera performed extremely well, is light weight, and seems to help with any "shaking" when taking pictures. The lens is great for shots between 3 to 50 feet, but not much can be focused on beyond that. I am looking forward to getting a 210 or 300mm zoom lens. Overall we have been very happy with the features and the feel of the camera, and I highly recommend it.

5-0 out of 5 stars A great intermediate and advanced camera!
I recently purchased the STsi as a "step-up" from my QTsi (also a great camera) and I truly enjoy learning about its various special features.

This is a great camera for intermediate and more advanced photographers, and even recommended to professional photographers as well. Still very user-friendly, like the more basic QTsi, the STsi is the ideal camera for those who want to take that "next step" in their photographic adventures.

5-0 out of 5 stars A great camera for the serious amateur
At first I was wary of buying a product that wasn't completely new, and for such a reasonable price. But as soon as I got the camera, I found that it was extremely easy to use, and the only a quick reading of the instructions is necessary to be able to use all of its functions.

Very light, and it seems durable enough (I've thunked mine twice now and still no damage!!!) the Minolta is very suitable for carrying around to family parties, vacations, and just about any other type of event. It's very easy to turn on, as opposed to other SLR's that I've seen; you just have to switch the button and take the lens cap off and it's already set to your previous modes. After using simple digital cameras along with regular 35mm ones, I find that this one is simple enough for the everyday photographer to use, yet it has all of the functions and gizmos that the serious amateur loves. The manual and auto focus is wonderful, and the flash turns out well almost every time; only slight adjustments are needed for night pictures, as with every camera. The only VERY SMALL complaint that I would have is that there is a bit of red eye, even with the reduction, amongst people who have blue eyes. But that's easily reparable on a computer or at a photo editing store. Very good camera for your buy!

3-0 out of 5 stars Not good for proffesional
This Camera s quiet good for learner because the feature is simple. But if you wan tot used manual shoot you will have a problem. Event it's offering the manual Aperture and Speed but it's difficult to use. The feature is close to the automatic pocket camera. The differentiation is only the lens because we can use the Minolta series of lens from 80 m to more. If you want the camera with automatic adjustment for aperture, speed and focus, and want to take a best shoot with various lenses, this is appropriate for you. But when you start using manual adjustment you will have a problem. ... Read more

155. VIVITAR Mariner Underwater 35mm Camera
by Vivitar

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Asin: B00009MDC8
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Vivitar
Sales Rank: 1678
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  • Focus-free lens provides sharp images from about 4 feet to infinity
  • Built-in automatic electronic-flash
  • Easy load of 35mm film (film is not included)
  • Accepts film with ISO of 100
  • Auto film advance

156. Olympus Stylus 120 35mm Camera w/ Zoom
by Olympus
list price: $179.99
our price: $119.99
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Asin: B00008O2YQ
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Olympus
Sales Rank: 3387
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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  • Perfectly frame your subject or move in even closer with a 38-120mm zoom lens
  • A rugged, splash-proof design lets you capture great pictures under almost any weather condition
  • New 11-point multi-wide autofocus system recognized off-center subjects and adjusts accordingly
  • Pop-up flash features red-eye reduction and auto color balancing
  • Automatic features: auto film load, advance and rewind

Reviews (4)

4-0 out of 5 stars great pictures, so far.
I just recently bought this camera at a Targe store and have only had it for a short time. I just recieved my first role of pictures from it and they were great! The only bad thing I have encountered is that the shutter speed is not that fast. For the price I think the pictures are excellent! I especially liked the pictures I took when standing a couple of feet away but using the zoom for a close up. I bought this camera to take picture of my kids, so I didn't want one too expensive or big to carry around in my purse. So far, so good!

4-0 out of 5 stars Best value in its class
I'm an experienced hobby photographer who's spent many years helping people select the best camera for their needs.
This is an unusually good one for most people's needs.
The difference between a great camera and merely a very good one is versatility -
and versatility is achieved by striking a good balance between capability (features), ease of use (automation) and choice
(manual overrides for when the automation makes a bad decision, which they all do from time to time).
This model strikes a very good balance, and offers an unusually good lens - key to great picture quality - in this price class .

Pro's - 1) Unusually high quality lens, both in terms of construction (aspheric lens elements) and materials (ED glass),
makes for very high quality pictures across the entire zoom range. 2) Stepless zoom - most cameras in this class "step",
that is, they restrict you to a handfull of pre-determined points in the zoom range. So instead of, say, a "38-120" lens

as advertised, you actually have a "38, 50, 70, 90, 120" on these other cameras (Canon, Minolta, and many others).
The Stylus lets you zoom to any point in its range, which makes it easier to frame your picture accurately. 3) Multi-zone
metering detects and automatically corrects for backlight (putting the sun in the picture won't ruin your shot). 4) Spot
metering option let's you tell the camera that you want to concentrate on a small area (your friend's face) under difficult

lighting conditions. 5) Focus lock let's you focus on your subject and then reframe (your friend's face again, next to the
small tree in the foreground - you want your friend in focus, not the tree). 6) Flash modes for just about every conceivable
need in a point and shoot camera. 7) Relatively high shutter speeds for a lens-shutter camera (1/630 second vs 1/400 or so on
some other makes) 8) Advanced flash control adds the right amount of flash when needed, not too much, not too little
9) Small, lightweight, reasonably rugged, weather-resistant, clearly laid out controls, clamshell design protects lens when

Cons - 1) Zoom range doesn't go truly wide - you won't get a large group in without backing up. This is common to almost all
point and shoot cameras - most people will buy a longer lens rather than a wider one, thinking that "bigger is better". For
people who would rather get the group shot, or that shoot indoors a lot, try the Stylus 100 Wide, which has a true wide
angle lens in it (28-100mm instead of 38-120mm). 2) Clamshell design can develop problems with the electrical contacts (but
other designs can develop problems with their lens covers, so
you're trading one for another here, in my experience). 3) Red-eye reduction is oversold - they all have it, but it's more
annoying than effective. To avoid red-eye, have your subject look just to the side, not right at the camera.

In short, as a "second" camera for the enthusiast, or a "main" camera for the mainstream user, this one's hard to beat.
For the record, I have no relationship with any company or person in the industry.

1-0 out of 5 stars Film will not load!
We registered for this camera on our bridal registry and we actually received two cameras at my bridal shower. However, after spending over an hour trying to load the film, I gave up and went to Target to get help. The electronics clerk also could not get the film loaded for the longest time and finally he did something (he doesn't know what) and it loaded. We followed the directions over and over again but the film was so tricky to load that it isn't worth the hassle! We even opened up the other camera I had received in case the first one was defective, and that one would also not load the film. I still don't know how to do it and we returned both cameras and chose a different one. We were taking this camera on our honeymoon and we didn't want to risk getting stuck on the cruise with a camera that would only load film at random. For a brand new item, this was not high quality. Shop carefully!

3-0 out of 5 stars Good for a while
This camera has sharp pictures, ease of use, and a good zoom. However, it suffers from a design flaw. To turn the camera on or off, you must slide the lens cover to one side. This design is fragile and thus vulnerable to breaking. We have fixed it once within the first year of use. Recently, it broke again. Fixing it again is more than it is worth, especially given that such a repair would only be temporary. Instead, we are looking for a new camera--one with a traditional (and sturdier) on/off switch. ... Read more

157. NIKON F100 35mm SLR Camera Body
by Nikon

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Asin: B00005K4BJ
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 2280
Average Customer Review: 4.71 out of 5 stars
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  • The F100 a 35mm SLR body geared to the professional and is situated beyond the N90 and behind the F5as the #2 top camera in the Nikon line
  • With its strong but lightweight Magnesium Alloy body, the F100 meets the needs of certain professionals seeking compact size along with high-performance flexibility
  • Built-in motor drive shoots at up 4.5 frames per second
  • 10-Segment 3D Matrix Meter plus Center-Weight and 5-Area modes
  • 5 Area Autofocus system with Dynamic Autofocus

Reviews (7)

5-0 out of 5 stars Simply excellent
My experience with this camera has been so totally positive that I can find no way to write a "balanced sounding" review with all sorts of "tut-tutting" about the lack of mirror lock-up or the plastic back. I'm in love and the pictures are great. This camera gets used more than my F5 due to my hard to define feel for it. A Rolls- Royce!

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best camera!!
This is a truly masterpiece!! I've had the Nikon FE, FE2, F-601, F90s and now I have the F100 and it's the top of the line!!
What can I say more.. The only bad thing is that the camera back is made of plastic, why not metal, Nikon??
Greetings to all Nikonians around the world!!
The Best picture is waiting to be taken of You!! With the F100!!

5-0 out of 5 stars World class film camera - mine goes with me everywhere
I still shoot a lot of film, being a bit of a purist and throwback - I like the satisfaction and anticipation of waiting for prints. I've used a lot of Nikon SLRs to include the FM, FM2, N2002, N5005, N8008s, and this is my current workhorse. It performs extremely well for everything I shoot from macro to 600mm zoom. I think this will be the last film camera Nikon makes in this range and I've been looking hard at the fantastic new D2H and upcoming D70 with excitement, but I think I will always have a film camera.

I have one comment to make about the doofus who posted in an earlier review that the camera has a critical mirror defect in that the mirror does not lock up and the camera may break accordingly. Hogwash. I've traveled with mine all over the world and it hasn't even flinched in the travel and varying conditions. I packed it in a Pelican case with all of my lenses and didn't have a single problem. I've dropped it once and it didn't even dent.

Great SLR - the best I've ever used.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent camera
I've had my F100 for just over a year and continue to be impressed by the handling and abilities of this camera. Very good build quality, good features, and good layout of controls. I debated between the F100 or a Canon EOS 3 for quite a while. For me the F100 viewfinder was easier to see through and the controls are much more intuitive. Both are good cameras, but for me the F100 was better. While not all my pictures are gems (due to my own limitations as a photographer), this camera has never delivered less than expected.

I did try a friend's F5 for a few days, which is an amazing camera. But given the few additional features it has, and the weight difference, I'd would still choose the F100 over the F5. It does 95% of what the F5 does in a much better handling and lighter package.

Finally, regarding the review below that talks about the lack of mirror lock-up (MLU) causing the mirror to break when traveling - what a load of trash... MLU has nothing to do with traveling with your camera. It's used exclusively to reduce camera vibration by flipping the up mirror early, typically for shots taken with long exposure times on a tripod. The reference he made to other information on the web regarding the lack of MLU in the F100 all have to do with vibration, not any travel concerns. The fact is that some camera vibration can be intoducted in the exposure range of .3 secs to .75 secs. MLU would help to alleviate this, and since the F100 doesn't have MLU some people have said that vibration may impact pictures with exposure times in this range. Any more or less exposure time than this and vibration isn't a problem.

I've taken many insect pictures using a tripod and macro lens in this range, and have not noticed any lack of sharpness. And if there were a problem, it's easy to change settings to get a longer or shorter exposure time. If you are strapping a camera to a microscope and MUST take pictures with exposures between 0.3-0.75 secs, get a camera with MLU. For the other 99.9999% of all pictures taken, it's not a problem. Mirror lock-up goes almost completely unused on cameras that have it - it simply isn't needed. Bottom line: lack of MLU on the F100 is a non issue.

Finally, I travel a lot for work and have taken my F100 all over the world in all kinds of conditions with no problems. This is a well built, reliable camera.

3-0 out of 5 stars May be a great product, but with a serious defect
I had a N8008s, and it was awesome. I lost it last year, and replaced with what I thought a better camera, F100.
I used once at home, and brought it with me on a trip 9 months after I bought it. By the time I opened the bag, (by the way, the CF-57 case I bought for F100 was like an old pair of pants for a 150-lbs person who had just lost 300 lbs - it did not fit and the button and zip were difficult to use) the mirror gad been jamed.
Because F100 does not have a mirror lck-up, any shock could easily dislodge the mirror and render the camera useless. I checked the Web, and there are many similar complaints. I contact Nikon, and it charged me $241 for a major repair, meaning that they have to take the camera apart and reassemble it. I even don't know when and where I "damaged" the camera. It is like carrying an egg with you. Anyway, it is in the shop.
I guess I will store it on the shelf and tell all my friends how bad this product is. If you don't mind spending money on fixing it, and if you have other similar cameras, then you may try F100, which have some good features when it works. ... Read more

158. Kodak MAX HQ One Time Use Camera (2 Pack)
by Kodak
list price: $25.99
our price: $14.99
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Asin: B000066HUC
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Kodak
Sales Rank: 1931
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  • Best Lens: Specially designed EKTANAR lens captures images that are sharp and clear
  • Best Flash: Simple-to-use Sure Flash charges at the touch of a button, then flashes every time.
  • Best Pictures: For clearly the best pictures, use the best-in-class-Kodak Max HQ Flash Camera
  • Two Pack for value and convenience
  • Contains Kodak MAX 800 Film, 27 Exposures Each

159. Canon SureShot AF-10 Date Film Camera
by Canon Cameras US
list price: $69.99
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Asin: B0000CC6KV
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 2803
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  • Auto Load, Auto Advance, Auto Rewind
  • Bright built-in Flash with Red-Eye Reduction
  • Oversized viewfinder let you take stunning shots
  • Bold, wide-angle 26mm Canon lens,
  • Record the day and time on each picture.

160. Olympus Infinity Zoom 80 QD Date 35mm Camera
by Olympus

our price: $59.99
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Asin: B000063CWQ
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Olympus
Sales Rank: 476
Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars
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This sleek, compact camera is a perfect blend of powerful features and simple functions. The Infinity Zoom 80 QD comes with the same high-quality lens that is used in all Olympus cameras. The high-accuracy 464-step autofocus will help you capture sharp, crisp pictures in any situation and all types of light. Six flash modes with red-eye reduction come standard, along with a 2.1x zoom lens. The real-image zoom viewfinder displays an autofocus mark, close-up correction mark, and autofocus indicator

Along with its metallic silver case and its compact design and shape, features such as auto film loading and a 12-second electronic self-timer are included. There is even a sliding cover for the lens to protect and to contribute to the overall style of the camera. A quartz-dating feature lets you imprint photos with one of four date formats, including time of day, or none at all. ... Read more


  • 35mm camera
  • 38 to 80mm high-performance zoom
  • Full-featured flash with red-eye reduction
  • Quartz-date printing
  • Electronic self-timer

Reviews (10)

5-0 out of 5 stars Simple to use
This camera is perfect for family picnic's, get together's and around the house use. I especially like the fact that is has the date on each picture, although, you have to check to make sure the correct date date is shown. The camera is easy to load, flashes automatically and easy to zoom. Plus it is small enough to carry in a pocket, purse, or backpack. Also perfect for baby showers.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great basic camera
Even though digital cameras are all the rage these days -- and I myself have three of them! -- sometimes you do want to use a film camera, especially when you can't carry an AC adapter with you, or don't want to shell out lots of money for extra batteries, to power your digital camera. Also, ISO/ASA 100 film or slower still gives you the best clarity outside of the negative and professional realms.

This Olympus camera is a great basic film camera -- and it's a terrific value at less than sixty bux. It has the following features that I consider essential on every camera:

-- auto focus. Some very low-end cameras (but this is not a low-end camera!) only have "focus free", which means there's no focus in the lens. Olympus' auto-focus and auto-exposure systems work very well.

-- zoom. Of course, this being a film camera means the zoom is optical. It's only 2x, but if you want more zoom you'll have to pay for it. (The Pentax IQ 145M does provide 4x zoom for under 100 bux, but that camera is also bigger in size.)

-- date imprint. I'm one of those anal types who must document every picture I take. Being able to print the date, while irksome to some people, is a must for me. With a digital camera the photo file has a digital stamp which Windows XP can read (date, time, camera used, size, resolution, image quality, etc.). With a film camera, "quartz date" comes closest to having some extra info on the picture.

-- lens cover. Some cameras don't even come with this!

This camera is also pretty compact and feels right in my hands. The buttons are laid out just right. I find the lens a bit slow in moving in and out but not detrimental to picture-taking in most situations. (I don't shoot sports.) Red-eye reduction works ok but I rarely use it. Flash range is good, but you have to remember that a built-in flash can never do a good job at doing soft lighting.

Picture quality is good with this camera. Assuming you use brandname film like Kodak and Fuji, you'll get pleasing pictures. (If you use a generic brand you got for free at the street corner from a guy in a funny hat, you may be disappointed in the prints... with any camera.) This is really a basic consumer camera, so don't expect lots of fine controls as you can with SLR's.

Some reviewers complain about reliability problems, but from my experience Olympus cameras are some of the most reliable on the market. I haven't had mine long enough to know for sure, but the body seems sturdy and should last a long time.

4-0 out of 5 stars So simple to use....
Quite a gem, Olympus has continued on with its tradition of providing great cameras matched with style and simplicity. I have taken this camera with me in both hot and cold weather, bright and dark conditions, dry and humid areas. It just works wonderfully. The only glitch is that the date printing somehow doesn't quite stand out at times. It also has taken its toll on getting wet, dropping it from 10 ft (slid from my hands while coming down the stairs), and eating dust but still worked great.

4-0 out of 5 stars extraordinary
being i am new to this site, i find the product having the extraordinary.

2-0 out of 5 stars defective
It took great pictures but needed to be returned....Both the original and the new replacement cameras were defective. (The button would "stick" and not let you take photos sometimes.) ... Read more

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