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1. Canon Elph Z3 Zoom APS Camera
Too low to display list($249.99)
2. Canon Elph Sport APS Camera Kit
$79.95 list($149.99)
3. Canon Elph LT 260 Zoom APS Camera
$99.99 list($149.99)
4. Kodak Advantix C750 APS Date Camera
$349.99
5. Kodak Advantix Preview APS Camera
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6. Olympus Stylus 105 All Weather
$169.99 $143.00 list($255.99)
7. Olympus Stylus 150 QD Date 35mm
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8. Canon Elph 2 APS Camera Kit
$24.99 list($79.99)
9. Kodak F620 Advantix APS Camera
$24.99 list($69.99)
10. Kodak C400 Advantix APS Camera
$52.99 list($89.95)
11. Fujifilm Q1 Zoom APS Camera (Black)
list($215.99)
12. Kodak C800 Advantix Zoom APS Camera
$69.99 list($99.99)
13. Canon ELPH LT APS Camera
$124.98 list($109.99)
14. Kodak T550 Advantix APS Camera
$39.72 list($59.95)
15. Fujifilm Q1 24mm APS Point-and-Shoot
$29.95 list($59.99)
16. Fujifilm Q1 24mm APS Camera (Royal
$129.98 list($195.99)
17. Kodak Advantix T700 Zoom APS Camera
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18. Canon Elph 370Z APS Camera Kit
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19. Kodak F600 Advantix Zoom APS Camera
$34.99 list($59.99)
20. Kodak Advantix T60 APS Camera

1. Canon Elph Z3 Zoom APS Camera Kit
by Canon Cameras US
list price: $260.99
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Asin: B000063YAN
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 1422
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Amazon.com Product Description

The sleek, compact Elph Z3 from Canon slips easily into a purse or pocket, and its stylish, futuristic design and advanced features make this APS camera a must-have for gadget lovers.

With all the attention Canon's Digital Elph series has been receiving, it's easy to forget that the first Elph models were film cameras. This latest-generation model has much in common with its predecessors, including a chrome-and-aluminum body, diminutive dimensions, and use of the Advanced Photo System (APS) format.

Refinements for this model include a longer, lower shape--less like a deck of cards and more like a cell phone--and a backlit status LCD that emits a cool blue glow at the push of a button. Several other features were revised to improve photo quality, including a redesigned lens and a newly developed passive autofocus system. Additional features include a 2.3x zoom, spot metering, self-timer, and a five-mode flash with red-eye reduction.

A lithium CR123A battery provides power, and the camera uses APS film, a format jointly developed by five leading photo companies in 1996. The APS format is designed to take advantage of a number of technological advances developed in the decades since the introduction of 35mm film. Here are the main advantages to the APS format:

  • Size and convenience: An APS cartridge is smaller than 35mm, and the film is completely enclosed, which simplifies film loading.
  • Midroll rewind: Many cameras let you switch film midroll, allowing you to shoot in both color and black and white. Each roll has an indicator on top that lets you know if the film inside is unused, partially exposed, totally exposed, or developed. After developing, the negatives remain inside the cartridge for protection and long-term storage.
  • Three print sizes: Most APS cameras let you choose from three proportions for your prints--"classic," which is a 3:2 ratio like 35mm; "HDTV," which is a 16:9 wide-screen format, and "panoramic," which is a long 3:1 print.
  • Magnetic information storage: The film is coated with a magnetic layer much like a videotape. This layer can store information from the camera that can be used during developing and printing to make the best possible prints. This also means that photo time and date information can be printed on the back of each picture instead of the front.

The two biggest drawbacks to the format are size and availability. The negative is approximately half the size of 35mm, so each photo has less detail than an equivalent 35mm negative. This can result in pictures that look grainy, especially when enlarged. Though the format is popular, it's still relatively new, so the film can be harder to find than 35mm film and developing may be slightly more expensive. ... Read more

Features

  • APS-format ultracompact point-and-shoot
  • 23.5-54mm 2.3x zoom lens with autofocus
  • 5-mode flash with red-eye reduction
  • Automatic film loading, advance, and rewind
  • Features date imprinting and self-timer

2. Canon Elph Sport APS Camera Kit
by Canon Cameras US
list price: $249.99
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Asin: B00004SZ9L
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 733
Average Customer Review: 3.91 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Finally--an underwater camera that's small enough to take anywhere, yet advanced enough to give you high-quality results with easy operation. The Canon Elph Sport camera integrates Elph's crowd-pleasing Advanced Photo System ease of use and portability with a sporty waterproof body. Not only does it take pictures on land at the touch of a button, but it is submersible to 16.4 feet for underwater photography. It's a good bet for vacations, since you don't have to lug around a separate, clunky underwater camera in addition to your point-and-shoot. The Elph Sport easily fills both roles, offering signature Canon quality along with special features designed to make underwater shooting easier.

The Elph Sport features an extra large viewfinder that enables you to frame your shots even with dive goggles on. A special meniscus lens and underwater macro setting account for water's refractive properties and ensure crisp shots. Larger-format controls allow you to operate the Canon Elph Sport even when wearing gloves. Another highlight of this camera is the anticondensation feature that prevents your lens from fogging up in extreme temperatures or moist climates. The Canon Elph Sport also includes a five-mode flash with a special underwater setting and red-eye reduction. This camera uses autofocus on land and has user-selectable focus settings for underwater shooting.

The Canon Elph Sport also incorporates all of the basic features of an APS camera, including easy drop-in film loading, three shooting formats (classic, high-definition HDTV, and panorama), built-in date, time, and caption imprinting on the back of the photo, and print quality improvement (PQI).

Weighing only 7.8 ounces, this camera is so light it will float. It measures 4.1 by 2.9 by 1.8 inches--not much larger than a deck of cards. Its distinctive rounded, translucent green styling is a real eye-catcher. The kit includes a soft nylon case and a foam-rubber neck/wrist strap as well as a one-year warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • Advanced Photo System camera can be used underwater
  • Active autofocus system
  • Built-in flash with red-eye reduction
  • Drop-in film loading with automatic transport and midroll rewind possible
  • Date imprinting and 3 print formats: classic, panoramic, and group size

Reviews (23)

4-0 out of 5 stars Good for the price
Ordinarily I don't buy frivilous items. But this camera is so darn cute, it called to me from the shelf "buy me, buy me!" So I bought it, and I have been very pleased with it. It's tough and waterproof, and gave me some excellent shots above and below the water. The only complaint I have with it is that the icons painted on the dials wore off quickly, making it a little challenging to know what mode the camera is in. On the other hand, my wife doesn't like this camera at all. The underwater viewfinder makes it difficult for her to frame pictures properly, resulting in chopped off heads and the like. Also its unusual size and shape means she gets her fingers in the picture from time to time. Of course I'm about twice the size of my wife, and I don't have these problems, so maybe you won't either. If you plan on doing a lot of shallow underwater photography or if you plan on using the camera in a pretty harsh environment, this is the one for you. It's a lot tougher than a regular point-and-shoot, and it takes much nicer photos than a disposable waterproof. It costs about 10 times what a disposable would, but then it's about 300 times more useful.

4-0 out of 5 stars Elegant, all-terrain APS Camera.
Canon Elph Sport Camera is a cute, all terrain Advanced Photo System (aps) camera that if properly used will give good quality pictures. The camera is waterproof to a depth of 5 meters or 16 ft. Underwater, if you compose correctly following the instructions'booklet, you will get pictures with a better quality of those taken with disposable waterproof cameras. But this is a camera for snorkelers or shallow water divers, not for professional or advanced scuba divers that will find that this little camera is useless at depths bigger than 5 mts. On land, the camera will also give a good performance. But again, this is mainly a camera for the tourist or the casual photographer since it is limited by its single Canon 23 mm f 4.8 lens. Other than that, the camera offers all the advantages, for the beginner photographer, that can be found on other APS cameras, that is, automatic film cartrigde loading, built in flash with red-eye reduction, automatic shooting modes, date, time and title imprinting and 3 print formats (classic, panoramic and group size). The camera uses one lithium battery (CR2) weights only 220 g. and it is small, portable and very nice looking (measures WxHxD- 4.1x2.9x1.8 in.)A good buy if you have some extra dollars to spend(199) in a versatile, elegant and easy to carry little camera.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good camera, good value.
My camera has really stood up to the elements and multiple beatings. It has worked well for me taking pictures underwater and in the surf, and has also been to the top of multiple 20,000+ feet mountains. Dropped countless times on rock, snow, sand, and also dunked as much into water. I have learned to force the flash on anything but super sunny days - the pics come out a bit dark in conditions other cameras would have no problem with, and i've found it could really use a filter in intense light situations. Nothing you wouldn't expect from a specialty use camera. Just bought a second spare one for when the first one finally does give up - which i don't think will be for a long time.
Good camera and good value!

5-0 out of 5 stars Ultimate Combination of Features and Quality
If you are considering buying an APS camera, then you should look no further. Note, however, that APS film is a bit more expensive than regular 35mm film, but it is much more versatile (standard Normal, Group, and Panoramic modes, etc). The reason why this camera so great is most obviously its design. The case is waterproof as well as shockproof. After taking it with me hiking, I tripped three times, each time with the camera in my hand (in its little case), and showed no signs of damage, and still worked great underwater. For me, this is great, as I usually end up losing things in my messy room, and hence they usually get banged around. This camera is durable, and therefore there is no worry. Its waterproofing is great feature, as I am constantly taking pictures on my boat, at the beach, or outside where there is always the chance of rain. You don't have to worry about keeping your camera dry, nor does it become a problem if you leave you bag with the camera in it someplace where it might accidentally get wet. The design is extremely easy to use, and the pictures are great (use 400 speed film, its the most versatile). The only bad thing is that you have to fairly responsible about cleaning the camera after salt-water use. Now, I have never done this, and the camera still works fine. Furthermore, this thing is tiny, suprisingly smaller than the most compact 35mm's. You'll be suprised at how small it is (it's not too small though). It also has bumps on the back to help you grip the camera with one hand. To anyone who is concerned about zoom, on most compact camera, APS or 35mm, they barely make that much of a difference. And to anyone considering going digital, I say just get a scanner. Your picture quality will be much better. Recommended without reservation. Its the kind of camera you can just throw in your bag and never have to worry about. One last thing, when you first put it underwater, you will see bubbles coming out. I was concerned, but found out it was just air on the outside of the waterproofing.

5-0 out of 5 stars Easy, Fun & Waterproof! Works great after FOUR YEARS!
This is a simple point and shoot auto-focus model which fits nicely into small bags/purses or a coat pocket. Traveling should be fun in any weather and being able to capture memories should be too. Cameras shouldn't shrink with just a few raindrops like the Wicked Witch of the West. The Canon Elph Sport holds up to everything I've been through the past four years: quicksand, ocean waves, swimming pools, road trips, baby drool, hurricanes, blizzards, and much more. The colors come through vividly. Now with black and white Advantix film being available, I can take more classic photos as well. This summer, I tried surfing and the only success was the great photos. The carrying case is great - In it, the camera floats in the ocean. I recommend this camera for anyone who does not want to worry about their camera getting wet on family vacations (think beach trips or theme park rides here) or during frequent outdoor adventures.

TECHNICAL NOTES: It does not have a zoom option, but it includes a self-timer feature. It doesn't use up batteries quickly. I've replaced it maybe twice in four years. ... Read more


3. Canon Elph LT 260 Zoom APS Camera
by Canon
list price: $149.99
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Asin: B00004TH9D
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon
Sales Rank: 647
Average Customer Review: 3.89 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Canon ELPH LT 260 is extremely light and compact for those whotravel frequently and need a camera that doesn't take up space. It is stylishlydesigned and includes many performance features to assure sharp, clearlyfocused pictures. The ELPH LT 260 features a high-quality 26-52mm lens. Its six- element, six-group design includes an aspherical element that produces clearimages with natural color. At the touch of a button, the electronic drive zoomsthe lens from wide-angle to telephoto in approximately two seconds.

The five- mode, built-in retractable flash gives you control over a wide range of low- light shooting conditions. Flash features include auto, auto with red-eyereduction, slow synch for night portraits, and off. There's also a real-timeshutter that responds almost instantly to enable shooting of action shots. Allthe features you've come to expect from an APS camera are included. There's achoice of three print formats, drop-in cartridge loading, captioning, and indexprints. Captions include "I Love You," "Thank You," "Season's Greetings," "HappyBirthday," "Congratulations," and date/time imprinting. The ELPH LT 260 fits inyour pocket and comes with a fully retractable lens and lens cover so you don'thave to worry about damaging the lens while moving from place to place. Toconserve the battery, the lens automatically retracts if the camera is leftunused for four minutes. Accessories include a wrist strap, soft case, 3-voltlithium battery, and an APS film cartridge ISO 200 with 15 exposures. ... Read more

Features

  • Compact and ultralight Advanced Photo System camera
  • 2x zoom brings you close to the action
  • Stylish design; bright and clear viewfinder
  • Fully automatic operation
  • 4-mode built-in red-eye reduction flash

Reviews (28)

5-0 out of 5 stars The best camera for casual photographers
I'm consistantly amazed at what Canon can pack into such a small package. I took a Canon Elph Jr. with me to Rome in the fall of 1999, and the pictures it took are spectacular. This camera has the 2x zoom feature, but otherwise it's very similar. The APS photosystem is easy to use, and the index prints and negatives that stay in the canister are godsends for those of us who are less organized than some. I was particularly struck by the clarity of the photos, the richness of the colours, and the ease of use of the camera. While the 24mm APS format is smaller than the 35mm standard film, the resolution is still excellent. Far better than any digital camera under $1000. One of the most useful characteristics is the tiny size. No one believes this is a film camera when I show it to them. And because it fits anywhere, I take it with me in my napsack and shoot photos of anything I find interesting. (I think my friends have come to curse this feature!) Paired with a $100 flatbed scanner to scan photos for your web page, or to send via email, I think the Elphs offer a far better bargain than any digital camera or film camera available today.

2-0 out of 5 stars Maybe mine is defective.
I received the camera as a gift. Though the camera is light weight and compact, I was dissapointed to find that the Camera features did not perform as marketed to the consumer. The focus is less than adequate,if you could see through it you may be able to catch a fair picture. The feature for red eye, I would have to ask "is there really such a function?" The majorty of pictures which contain humans, dogs, cats, ect reflect red eye. And if your thinking of using this camera for a active event that may require a bit more rapid advance, be prepared to have photos that are overlapped, that is if the camera even advances the film that you pay more money to purchase and develop. If you are one that has your photos enlarged,(when you get a satisfactory shot) I hope you will not require anything bigger than a 5" x 7", as the film required for this camera can not produce enlargements bigger than the standard 5"x7". So forget making that panoramic picture into a larger size. Needless to say, I am one very dis-satisfied consumer.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great camera!
I purchased this camera about a year ago and I have not had a single problem since! I took the camera to Japan and NYC, the pictures came out far better than anything I've seen before with a film camera. The colors were brillant and detailed, it felt like I was still there. The only problem is that some pictures came out with red eyes, however that was not a problem for me because they fix that at the place I take them to so I never even see the red eye. The battery lasted a year under heavy use, the longest I've ever had before. The controls are easy to use and really come in handy. For the price, this camera is definitely a gem!

5-0 out of 5 stars Canon Elph 260LT
I would suggest this camera to anyone who wants a reasonable camera that takes wonderful pictures. I got this camera as a gift a few years ago, and have yet to take a picture that does not turn out perfect. (I do however suggest always using 400 speed film.) I have bought a few of this camera for gifts, and plan do buy more for this Christmas season. I have also talked other friends and relatives into buying this for their use! This is a great camera for a great value!

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent camera
I bought this camera for my hiking trip in New Zealand earlier this year. I was extremely pleased with it. It's small and convenient, and the pictures it took came out breathtaking! The flash is quite strong: this camera took great night pictures, even where other cameras failed! I also took pictures from airplains, through the glass, and most photos came out very good. Some (not all!) panoramic pictures aren't as sharp as one would ideally hope, but it also depended on how much I zoomed in. For those of you who are unsure whether the zoom feature is necessary, believe me, it is! The camera is very small, stylish and light, and everyone thinks it's a digital. Changing film was a breeze. I used this camera in some rugged conditions in the mountains, and it withstood the test. I wouldn't recommend using it when it rains, though; I don't think it's waterproof. The only thing I wasn't happy about was the fact that the cord attached to the camera was too short to put aroung my neck. This inconvenience can be easily overcome, though. (Also, I recommend using Kodak APS film and developing it at Kodak, using Perfect Touch.) All in all, a great camera, highly recommended, especially for scenic trips where you need to use the Panoramic viewer: you will be amazed at the quality of the pictures! ... Read more


4. Kodak Advantix C750 APS Date Camera
by Kodak
list price: $149.99
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Asin: B00005AVBZ
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Kodak
Sales Rank: 1745
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

With its 24-60mm lens (2.5x), the Kodak Advantix C750 camera lets you zoom in for intimate close-ups and back out again for group shots. For those occasions when you can't zoom out far enough, you can switch to panorama mode and capture that sweeping landscape or get the whole group. To ensure that you always know what your image will look like, the C750 uses a real-image viewfinder that works no matter what print format (C, H, or P) you're using. The handy midroll change feature lets you switch film cartridges at any time. This lets you share your camera, but keep your film separate; you can also switch between black-and-white and color film or organize your images by theme.

The C750 flip-up flash sits up far enough from the lens to help reduce the unsightly red-eye effect often caused by flash photography. The C750 automatically adjusts its flash settings, including close-up flash and fill-flash, to give you realistic results under all lighting situations. Even if your main subject is off-center, the wide-area sensor and smart multispot autofocus system detect it and bring the subject into sharp focus. Kodak includes the APS magnetic information exchange system to record the data from each scene. This data is recorded on your film's magnetic strip to help your local photo lab optimize the lighting and color of your prints.

To protect your exposed film, the C750 has a safety interlock film door that won't open until it senses your film is completely wound back in the protective cartridge. This camera also looks after your battery power by turning itself off after 150 second of non-use. You can also include the date and one of 41 messages, in 12 languages, on the back of each print. ... Read more

Features

  • Advanced 2.5x zoom lens
  • Flip Flash Plus (Top Flash Plus)
  • Versatile Mid-Roll Change (MRC)
  • Passive, Multi-spot autofocus

Reviews (10)

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice Camera for the price
I bought the C750 over the Canon Elf series due to way the camera fits nicely in your hands when taking pictures. I didn't like the Canons square shape when compared to the Kodak.

For the price this is very nice camera. Great features and good quality pictures. I used for the first time on a cruise taken in October and was pleased with the pictures. Two pictures came out poor quality due to humidity fogging up the lens when I took a picture right after going outside from an air conditioned room.

I love the lens cover compared to earlier Kodak APS cameras. Earlier ones locked down with a cheap plastic clip that broke easily. The lens cover on the C750 closes tightly without the cheap clip.

Overall I would recommend this camera due to its features and price.

1-0 out of 5 stars Would not recommend!!!
I bought this camera 2 years ago based on the rave reviews I read here. I really liked the camera and felt that the picture quality was good, it was easy to use and despite a sluggish zoom I felt that overall I got a pretty good camera for the money. Rercently, I was taking pictures and the camera just stopped working. I put in fresh batteries. Still nothing. Bought more batteries thinking the ones I had were duds. The camera still refused to work. I checked the Kodak website for repair info, called the recommended company and was floored to find that the repair cost was going to start at the same price I PAID for the camera. The only way they would be willing to remove the film that was still inside would be if I had it fixed first! I wrote Kodak via email and received as their reply that the camera had only a 1 year warrantee but they were sending me a disposable camera and a coupon ($10) good for another Kodak camera. Had I known that I would be paying over $100 for a camera that would last for only 2 years I would have never purchased it in the first place. Speaking with local repair shops they have advised that the best customer service is with Canon and Olympus. My next camera will be from one of those two. I doubt I will ever consider any Kodak camera in the future.

5-0 out of 5 stars Well worth the extra processing fees
This is by far the best little camera I've owned. After losing my Pentax in a burglary, I searched for a compact, versatile replacement and decided, after reading the reviews, on the Advantix C750. I've taken about 8 rolls of film so far and been delighted with the results. Outdoor shots are perfect and I love being able to decide before each shot whether I need panoramic or "family" sized prints or just "regular" prints. The only photos which haven't been quite up to par are telephoto indoor pictures in less than great lighting ... these turned out somewhat grainy but I'm being very picky here. The compact sizing encourages me to carry the camera wherever I go. Even though the film and processing are a little more than with regular cameras, I am so pleased with the APS results that I still think it's a bargain. Although there are a great many "menu" features available, such as deciding right before the shot how many prints you will want of it, and adding a title right then and there, for most people the simplicity of use is what will appeal. It's pretty much idiot-proof, especially as the film winds itself on and off - no slipping possible. I highly recommend this camera for every day use.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Camera!
I bought this camera as a back-up to my Pentax 35mm point & shoot camera. A friend has the older version, the C700, and I had seen the beautiful pictures from it. Kodak had a rebate going and that sealed it. It feels great in the hand, all options are easy to set, and best of all the pictures are gorgeous! I took pictures indoors, at the beach in bright light, in dark restaurants, and all looked sharp, color vivid. I had heard that the APS film isn't as great, the negative is smaller, etc. but I think this camera produces pictures just as nice as my other p&s and my big Minolta slr. The flip flash that turns into a cover for the lens is a nice feature also. Only drawback is the APS film is more expensive to buy and develop. That is countered by the fact the negatives are stored in the canister and a thumbprint index card comes back with the developed pictures. If you are looking for an inexpensive camera with great shape and size, takes sharp pictures this is the one for you!

5-0 out of 5 stars THE VERY BEST!
I am not a camera expert, but I am a 'perfect picture' fanatic...and this camera leaves me complaint-free. I traveled to Cancun in April and the Bahamas in May, and my pictures captured the weather, water..and scenery so well that I was the envy of the office. I couldn't believe it! You could see every ripple in the pool and the exact color of the ocean and sky (which I thought wouldn't be captured). Crisp doesn't even begin to describe how my pics turned out. While in the Bahamas we took a professional family portrait, then took some shots on my camera for the heck of it. Had I been able to see (beforehand) how my pics would have turned out I NEVER would have paid for a professioanl portrait. They looked EXACTLY the same!! Right now one of my co-workers is a little upset with me because he took my pics home to scan them and upon seeing them his wife threw a tantrum, and demanded a vacation.... ... Read more


5. Kodak Advantix Preview APS Camera
by Kodak
list price: $349.99
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Asin: B00004XP73
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Kodak
Sales Rank: 1916
Average Customer Review: 4.07 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Pictures available for immediate preview on 1.8-inch LCD screen
  • Choose the number of prints you want as soon as you take them
  • 2.6x zoom lens
  • Advanced Flash System
  • Panorama mode, midroll change, auto film advance

Reviews (43)

4-0 out of 5 stars So much fun to use!

Before using this camera, I pictured myself madly fiddling with a bunch of buttons after taking each photo. This just wasn't the case - it took virtually no time to preview each print and make the choices for it. Granted, it's a very small color screen, so you can't judge details or sharpness of the photo. But you can judge the angle and overall effect of the photo you just took. You can then choose, in a matter of seconds, what size you'd prefer it to be and how many prints you'd like developed (0-9).

This camera is a great size, large enough to be comfortable in your hand. I like that the lens cover is hard, attractive and opens with ease. I'd never used APS before, and I love being able to drop in the film and go. The camera takes two batteries, which load quickly.

I had read about the difficulty of finding a developer to process this film correctly. The top two online developers will not process the number of prints you choose when you expose the film. The head of the film processing at our local [store] had never developed preview film, but he was eager to try it out. Sure enough, he printed the number of prints we wanted and the sizes we chose.

I will be carrying this camera on our trip to Scotland, mainly for the preview function. I'll never have to order reprints again - choosing negatives, filling out forms. And no wasted prints! My favorite feature is the ability to print the date and time on the back of each photo. There will be no need to keep a film log as we go.

I have withheld one star from the rating because of the actual picture quality. Though the pictures have great color, those taken with the flash are a bit too harsh. The quality just isn't as clean and professional as those taken with my Olympus Stylus Epic 80. But the preview feature is so convenient and easy to use that I am willing to lose a slight bit of quality. For those who are not willing, I have a feeling we'll be seeing more of this technology.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best Non-Digital Bang for the Buck
I've owned this gem for about six months and taken a few hundred pictures with it since then. I'm glad I bought it. Here's the scoop.

Pro:
1. It allows you to take 4 x 6, 4 x 7, or 4 x 11.5 sized pictures with a touch of a button. Even more impressively, though, you can CHANGE THE PRINT SIZE after you've already taken the picture! So, you take it in one format, examine it through the large display on back, and then can accept that format, change it to a different format, or delete the picture. It's a great feature when you're out shooting scenes or landscapes, and you want to compare how the picture will look in each style.

2. With the right film (400 and above), this camera has taken solid pictures for me. I've had several folks tell me the quality is professional looking. This was one reason why I chose this camera over a digital camera -- the picture sharpness. For those of you considering digital cameras, remember that all but the most advanced of them won't have the tight pixelization of this cheaper APS camera.

3. The battery is long lasting. I'm on my 400th picture or so and the battery is going strong.

4. This camera uses drop and shoot APS film. APS film, unlike 35 MM, allows for the digitization of your pictures direct from your local processor. I've developed every roll with print pictures and a CD-ROM. I can keep the pictures in an album and e-mail some images from the CD to friends and family far away. The Kodak software (Free with the cd) allows you to manipulate the images, make desktop pictures, and other fun stuff. Also, APS processing gets you a neat one-page sheet with the negatives numbered and shown in miniature in case you want to order reprints.

5. The LCD preview, obviously, makes this camera stand out. It's a clear picture (mostly -- see below), and it is 100% accurate in predicting the size and clarity of the final photo.

6. Advanced features -- the camera has some advanced flash features (low light, portrait mode, etc.) that prove useful in some circumstances. More impressive, though, is that the camera has an auto-flash mode that 'knows' when to use the special features.

Neutral
1. The zoom lens isn't as powerful as some other APS cameras, but it does its job. Basically, it allows me to get slighly closer than my eye can see, but you're not going to see a basketball player's eyes if you're shooting from the upper level of the arena. For that, you'd need at 35MM camera with a zoom lens. But, if you're using this camera for ordinary landscapes and close-ups, the lack of a strong telescopic lens doesn't make much of a difference.

Cons:
1. The flash is rather weak, and if you're doing a lot of nightime photography, even with fast film, you'd want to get a 35 MM camera that can accomodate a wider range of flashes and lenses. I've had several good scenes not turn out so well, because I overestimated the reach of the flash.

2. The LCD screen is great with photos in daylight or dusk, but does less well with photos in the dark. I've had a few photos look completely blacked out on the screen but then actually come out looking *okay* when they came back from the lab. But, unless a whole bunch of your photos are taken at night, this shouldn't be too much of a problem.

Overall:
For what you're paying, you're getting a great APS camera with some digital features that takes great pictures, allows you to correct your mistakes, and preview your work. Unless you're a professional photographer, it's hard to beat. I'd definitely buy mine again.

2-0 out of 5 stars I just cannot find this cameera anywhere
Why can I notfind this camera anywhere

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Camera I Have Owned!
I purchased this particular camera July 2003. Thus far I have taken 7 rolls of film with this camera. First off I found loading the film to be the easiest I have encountered. You just drop the film in, shut the door and the film sets itself. All of the features in this camera allows the photographer to take GREAT pictures. Every picture I took, using this camera, looked as though a professional had taken them. To get familiar with all of the features I purposely took pictures that utilized each feature. Again every picture came out GREAT! Close ups of people did not have the red-eye due to the Flip Flash feature. Photos I took of objects far away seemed a lot closer due to the Infinity feature. Photos I took at night looked as though they were taken in the day light due to the Night View feature. The 3 picture sizes also produced fabulous pictures. The Preview screen, on the back of the camera, came in handy for viewing the picture right away to make sure I got the shot I was after. I also like that I can set the date, time and event to print on the photo. I love this camera so much that I am trying to find one for several members of my family.

5-0 out of 5 stars What I've Been Looking For!
I absolutely love this camera! I was considering a digital camera but wasn't impressed with the clarity of the pictures, and yet I really wanted to send pictures to family via e-mail. This camera gives me the best of both worlds and for a lot less money!
My husband and I have three children and I also am a licensed day care provider and I take a LOT of pictures on a weekly basis. Two of my day care parents are already considering buying this camera after seeing the pictures it takes, and how easy it is to handle.
Being able to see the picture after you take it is wonderful! If someone steps in front of you, you can tell right away and don't have to waste money getting a picture developed you know you don't want. On the other hand, the pictures that you see that you know Grandma and Grandpa are going to want a copy of, you order a few extras of just that picture!
I also do a lot of scrapbooking, and this camera is a life saver! When I have all three boys in a picture, I can get three of just that one for each of their scrap books.
I have gone through four rolls of film with this camera, and I haven't had one picture that had even a hint of red eye in it. I just can't say enough about this camera! I absolutely love it! I was crushed when my other camera "died" on me and I had to get a different one. I've gotten over it! ... Read more


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

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

7. Olympus Stylus 150 QD Date 35mm Camera Kit w/ 37.5-150mm Zoom
by Olympus
list price: $255.99
our price: $169.99
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Asin: B0000D0Y4Z
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Olympus
Sales Rank: 2795
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Features

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

8. Canon Elph 2 APS Camera Kit
by Canon
list price: $249.99
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Asin: B00004SC3Y
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon
Sales Rank: 1870
Average Customer Review: 4.25 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Canon Elph 2 is one of the world's smallest Advanced Photo System cameras equipped with a 2x zoom lens. Even though it is constructed of durable stainless steel, it still weighs a mere 6 ounces and is about the size of a deck of cards.It is a fully automatic point-and-shoot that you can take anywhere.

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

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

Features

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

Reviews (64)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


9. Kodak F620 Advantix APS Camera w/ Zoom
by Kodak
list price: $79.99
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Asin: B000067A4Z
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Kodak
Sales Rank: 741
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 30-60mm zoom lens takes portraits and group shots
  • Picture Quality Information Exchange (PQix)
  • Advanced autofocus system captures sharp photos from any distance
  • Automatic flash fires in low-light situations
  • Film-door safety interlock prevents accidental fogging

Reviews (3)

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

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

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


10. Kodak C400 Advantix APS Camera
by Kodak
list price: $69.99
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Asin: B00004SGAX
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Kodak
Sales Rank: 1617
Average Customer Review: 3.33 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The C400 Advantix camera from Kodak features point-and-shoot simplicity.Its 25mm glass lens and autofocusing let you take photos from 2.5 feet and beyond, and the flip-up flash fires automatically in low-light situations. The flash also fires away from the lens to reduce red-eye. The flash unit protects the lens when the flash is closed.

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

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

Features

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

Reviews (6)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


11. Fujifilm Q1 Zoom APS Camera (Black)
by Fujifilm
list price: $89.95
our price: $52.99
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Asin: B0001HH1EU
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Fujifilm
Sales Rank: 4485
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Fujinon 2x (22 to 44mm) zoom lens
  • Fully automatic operation
  • Easy drop-in film loading
  • Stylish unique design
  • Sophisticated silver with black color

Reviews (1)

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


12. Kodak C800 Advantix Zoom APS Camera
by Kodak
list price: $215.99
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Asin: B00004SGB1
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Kodak
Sales Rank: 3837
Average Customer Review: 4.62 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The C800 Advantix camera from Kodak is an Advanced Photo System camera with point-and-shoot simplicity.It features a 27-80mm motorized zoom lens and infrared autofocusing, letting you snap photos from 2 feet and beyond.A pop-up flash fires automatically in low-light situations and fires away from the lens, reducing red-eye.Auto close prevents washout photos, and multibeam focusing keeps your subject in focus when taking wide-angle pictures. The flash folds down when the camera is off and serves as a protective lens cap.

The Kodak C800 records lighting and color data on the film's magnetic strip for the photo lab to use when developing, and it imprints each shot with time and date. Because this camera is a member of the APS line, it offers three print formats--classic, group, and panoramic.The viewfinder displays your selected picture format. The Kodak C800 automatically advances and rewinds film, and the safety interlock prevents the door from opening until the roll is completely rewound. The timer allows you to take self-portraits or to include yourself in group shots. Kodak's midroll change feature lets you change film speed or remove and reload a film cassette.

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

Features

  • 27-80mm motorized zoom lens brings the subject 3 times closer
  • Automatic flip-up flash fires in low-light situations and powers down flash intensity for close shots
  • Film-door safety interlock prevents accidental fogging
  • Self-timer lets you get into the picture
  • Midroll film change

Reviews (16)

5-0 out of 5 stars nice aps c-800 zoom
i bought this camera, in japan..4 weeks ago wile on vacation..

and i like this camera better than all my fimed cameras

i like the 3 piture sizes and all the great features.

like were you print on your pictures.weddinds,b-day

independents day, fathers day...exc..

the only thing is the film is expensive to buy&develope.

but ver all i love it..

5-0 out of 5 stars nice camera! great price... new in box..
i bought this camera , for the price and all the great features.

i like the three picture size,and the and all the shooting modes,likenight scene

continues shooting mode,panorama,group,exc..

and also like the.. title pick nice! everything from b-days to

christmas.. i havent had any problems yet with the film

rewinding in a mid row yet! hopefully wontbut over all..

great camera. a must have...

5-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful camera!
I bought this camera over three years ago, and it never once failed me. It has several useful features, like portrait mode, red-eye reduction (though that's pretty standard in a camera nowadays, it seems), and the ability to take different sizes of pictures. I found the panoramic size to be especially nice. If you plan to take a lot of pictures at night, expect to receive clear, bright results with the camera's night mode. I took a picture in the pitch dark using night mode, and it looks as though the picture was taken in daylight! The self-timer and various flash modes are great, too. Moreover, the camera is very easy to use--once you read the manual, that is. However, one thing to keep in mind is that Advantix film is usually more expensive than regular 35 mm film.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great camera!
Bought this camera when I thought I was going on a trip to Peru. The trip fell through, but I've had lots of fun with the camera since. I usually take it with me everywhere, just in case I spot something interesting to take photos of. Most recently, the camera has gone snowshoeing with me-I really appreciated the drop-in loading when trying to perform this operation while wearing gloves. Recently developed my first roll of film, and am very impressed with the quality of the pictures, especially the panoramic shots. Be warned, however, developing panoramic shots is expensive...I think I had to pay .90 per panoramic shot, which can add up quickly. However, in exchange, I have a number of gorgeous pictures to admire. Overall, I like the ease of use of this camera, although I wish that the tiny buttons were bigger-its harder than it looks to press a button with the "control button acuator" (to quote Kodak) than you would think. A small ergonomic inconvienience to pay for nice pictures. I'm planning to take it with me when I actually DO make it to Peru-maybe next year! :) Ciao.

4-0 out of 5 stars nice user friendly..aps camera..
i bought the advantix c-800 zoom..
it is a very nice camera! and hard to get ahold of
never had a problem..i had it 4 months now
it has many features. like 3x zoom lens drop inloading
three picture size..panorama,portrait,and classic.
it also has,spot focus,night view,landscape,continues,
self timer,mid row exchange. and roll title such as weddings to birthdays.
time date.and a nice large led display on back of camera
a must have.. ... Read more


13. Canon ELPH LT APS Camera
by Canon Cameras US
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B00000JBVO
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 2059
Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Advanced Photo System point-and-shoot
  • Fully automatic operation
  • Built-in flash with red-eye reduction
  • Automatic date mode
  • Drop-in film loading

Reviews (23)

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome camera for the price
Like a lot of the other reviewers have said, this camera takes great pictures! Clear and crisp! And I'm the kinda person that takes pictures hanging out the car window and on the back of a 4 wheeler. It's as if I was standing still! It's so nice to be able to capture a panoramic picture whenever you want, and be able to switch back to regular sized photos with the touch of a button. And all on the same roll of film. So easy. I would highly recommend this camera! And with such a low price, you cant go wrong.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Camera
great camera, i bought it here and its given me the best pictures of all my previous cameras, it fits in your pocket, and is the size of a pager, with the width of 2 pagers. nice handy camera, film cost is alittle more, but well worth getting great panoramic pictures!

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best!
Even for people on a low budget this season, this is a great, fun, easy-to-use gift.I have owned one of these for almost 2 years now, and have found many ways to get exactly the picture I want. With three photo sizes that change in the viewer, one is always guaranteed to know approximately how thier photo will turn out. Though not particularly inexpenxive, the APS film system is reasonable, and the pictures turn out great! For a younger, or older, aspiring photographer, this is the camera to start with!

5-0 out of 5 stars great camera
i bought this camera right before a trip, and was a little nervous using a new camera. i was not disappointed, every picture came out crisp and clear. the size is great, so small you can easily put it in your pocket. the different settings are good too, especially the panoramic. film, batteries and developing may be a wee bit more, but it is definitely worth it. i've owned more expensive cameras that did not take pictures this well.

4-0 out of 5 stars Tiny but not a toy
This is a tiny camera (a good-sized guy could hide it in the palm of his hand.) But the small size doesn't mean the Elph is a toy. No, indeed.

The sharpness on the pictures is amazing considering that the negatives are smaller than 35mm and that this is not an expensive piece of optical equipment. (We used to speculate that Canon made the optics better on APS cameras to showcase the APS format in the best light.)

You can have some fun--one special feature is that you can take 3 different sizes of photos (regular sized, large sized and panorama sized) on the same roll of film. Switch a lever on the back and go from a portrait to capturing the beauty of a mountain vista or a busy plaza.

For a "keep it in your pocket at all times" camera, this can't be beat. ... Read more


14. 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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Amazon.com Product Description

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

Features

  • 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


15. 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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Features

  • 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)

16. 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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Amazon.com Product Description

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

Features

  • 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 ...camera 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


17. 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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Amazon.com Product Description

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

Features

  • 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


18. Canon Elph 370Z APS Camera Kit
by Canon Cameras US
list price: $200.00
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Asin: B00000G20L
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 2345
Average Customer Review: 3.57 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The ELPH 370Z provides all the advantages of the Advanced Photo System in an ultracompact, lightweight package with a powerful 3x zoom. Canon's original 3-point hybrid autofocus delivers precise focusing under a broad range of shooting conditions, even when the subject is off-center. A built-in flash with red-eye reduction adapts to a wide range of lighting conditions. The ELPH 370Z delivers crisp, colorful images with a minimum of fuss. ... Read more

Features

  • 3x zoom lens
  • Ultracompact stainless steel body
  • Built-in slide-out flash with red-eye reduction
  • 3-point autofocus
  • Drop-in film loading

Reviews (35)

4-0 out of 5 stars The Best of APS
I shopped around at a number of photo shops and read all of the available camera reviews from numerous sources before selecting Canon's ELPH 370Z. The small size and many features make it the perfect camera for the amateur photographer. While on a recent trip to Germany the 370Z sat in my front jeans' pocket the entire trip, which assured me of never missing a shot of my friends and the beautiful scenery. And for a camera this size and ease of use it really makes itself flexible for all kinds of conditions. For example, as opposed to 35mm film, APS camera film is contained in a small cartridge which you literally drop into the camera and close the door. It's like changing a battery. There are three settings for the exposure size: 4x6, 4x7 and panoramic. And if you change your mind about the size after the pictures are developed that's no problem. A shot taken in 4x6, for example, can later be redeveloped into a panoramic. The zoom lens on the 370Z is also very handy 23 to 69mm, and APS cameras work in a 24mm format. So 69mm would give you roughly the same view of a 35mm camera with an 85mm lens. The 370Z also offers mid-roll changing, just pop the existing cartridge out and pop the new one in. The only problem I had with this camera was far away scenery shots. For anything more than 150 yards away or so, like a mountain range, the background seemed to be less defined than the same shot with a 35mm SLR (a friend of mine on the trip had a 35mm so we could compare). I don't know if that's a short-coming of the APS technology or my particular camera. But for the majority of us amateurs who take pictures mainly of friends and family this is a wonderful little camera to have. Other features include red-eye reduction, rapid shutter for fast moving shots, off center focus and a flash setting for night time shots that picks up the background lights. There isn't one camera that is right for every job. So next time I go back to Germany, I'll probably invest in a 35mm SLR with a large zoom for those scenery shots I love to take, but the 370Z will be right there with me for all the others.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best compact, APS camera
If you want a point and shoot camera that you can carry in your bag or throw in a shirt pocket so that its always available, then this may be the best camera for you. While its not deep on features, it has the ones that are most important for convenience: a decent flash, 3x zoom (better for wide angle shots than telephoto closeups), and APS film.

Make no mistake, you do not get the flexibility (shutter speed, apeture, optional lenses, external flashes, white balance) that SLRs and more expensive camera can offer, but what you do get is not much bigger than a pack of cigarettes (that's not politically correct, is it?).

I looked at a pretty broad set of cameras, including the other ELPH cameras, before selecting this one because I liked the zoon range and the size of the camera. I was pleasantly impressed by surprisingly good picture quality, and my wife can testify to its extreme ease of use. This ELPH is all about size, convenience, and simplicity. If that's what you want then buy it.

4-0 out of 5 stars This camera is well worth repairing
I bought the Canon Elph 370Z in 2000. After 3 years of heavy use the camera had to go in for servicing last summer because an error message (H) had appeared in the LED. The cost for repairs was about 1/3 of the original price. Several months later the same thing reoccurred and Canon fixed it free of charge. This is the first camera that I've ever had repaired. All my previous cameras have also eventually broke down from use. But this is the only one that I liked enough to have fixed. Photo quality is excellent considering the size of the camera, plus the convenience of APS. The quality of the camera is very good, too.

5-0 out of 5 stars Wife loves it
My wife loves this camera. She uses it for scrapbooking and it takes good pictures. We like the APS because in one package you get Panoramic and the normal sized pictures. Plus the film is idiot proof in that you can only put it into the camera one way; and you can take the film out mid-way thru and put it back in and the pictures won't be used; and there is an indicator on the film that tells you if the filme has been developed yet or not. Pretty much an idiot proof camera.

5-0 out of 5 stars Got maximum mileage out of this camera - ITS WONDERFUL
I bought this camera in August 1998 after my Minolta 35mm X-700 was stolen. The best thing about this camera is the amazing pictures I've taken with it. After 15 years of using full manual settings with the very large and heavy Minolta, the automatic features and portability can't be beat for the picture quality. I can put it on my belt with the case that comes with it and hike the planet. I've taken this little wonder on numerous hiking trips in the Southwest. Never a problem since its so light weight and readily available on your waist for those shots that usually come up all of a sudden. I typically shoot 1 to 2 rolls a day on average 2 to 3 week trips. I've been doing this since I got it and the camera is finally showing the mileage of several thousand photos. The shutter doesn't always fire when the camera is turned on and I must close and re-slid the switch but it still works. I'm considering another one since I looked at the Canon Z3 but it doesn't have the lens quality of the 370Z. The one and only problem I've had with this camera is when I tried to get enlargements from the APS 25mm film. It just doesn't compare to 35mm once you enlarge beyond an 11 x 14 print. Otherwise, for the average user, this is a great camera for the price. I paid $285 plus tax back in '98 when it first came out. As far as that other reviewer saying that the shutter was delayed after hitting the button, the reason was probably low light. This camera has a built in feature of sensing the dim lighting conditions and slowing the shutter to allow more light to hit the film thereby slowing the shutter. I've gotten some blur in pictures with dim lights but it was only because I wasn't thinking about it and used an unsteady hand. This camera is definitely 5 stars, especially now that the price has dropped ! ... Read more


19. Kodak F600 Advantix Zoom APS Camera
by Kodak
list price: $129.99
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Asin: B00004SA32
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Kodak
Sales Rank: 2835
Average Customer Review: 3.76 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The F600 Advantix camera from Kodak features a 2x zoom lens that captures portraits and group shots. Point-and-shoot simplicity and autofocusing let you take photos from 2 feet and beyond, and the flash fires automatically in low-light situations.

The Kodak F600 records lighting and color data on the film's magnetic strip for the photo lab to use when developing, and it imprints each shot with time and date information. The viewfinder displays the selected picture size for simplified camera operation. The self-timer allows you to take self-portraits or to be included in group photos. The Kodak F600 automatically advances and rewinds film, and the safety interlock prevents the film door from opening until the roll is completely rewound. A roll of Kodak Advantix color film, battery, coupon book, instructional manual, and detachable camera strap are included.

Kodak offers a one-year warranty on parts and labor. ... Read more

Features

  • 30-60mm zoom lens takes portraits and group shots
  • Point-and-shoot operation
  • Advanced autofocus system captures sharp photos from any distance
  • Automatic flash fires in low-light situations
  • Film-door safety interlock prevents accidental fogging

Reviews (21)

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice Camera for amateurs
My only experience in photography is using the disposable cameras and a cheap Casio digital camera. I bought this one because I was interested in some of the technological features. The time/date stamp appears on the BACK of the resultant image instead of obtrusivly on the FRONT. It loads itself and is easy to use. The zoom is nice too, with 4 zoom settings. Also, I've never been interested in panoramic shots, but I got some great pictures of the grand canyon using that feature last month.

The only problem I had with it was the flash crapped out during a family get-together. It was a little embarrasing, especially since it produced a loud "bang" noise when it happened. I have since had that issue resolved.

However, the feature I'm most interested in is not the camera, but the possiblity of uploading the images to my computer using the FD300 device Kodak produces. This camera provides great looking pictures on a tactile medium, and also provides a means to upload digital images to my home computer. Once the film cartridge is processed I can use it to put those pictures on my computer. I have yet to try the FD300, but I'm anxious to use one.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great point-and-click camera
This is the best camera I've ever owned. I recently bought a $300 SLR and returned it to the store because it didn't take as good of pictures as this little point-and-click. It's not perfect, but I've taken some outstanding pictures with it. Color photos tend to vary for some reason. I've taken Webshots-quality pictures and I've taken absolute crap. However, the F600 takes absolutely ARTISTIC QUALITY photos with black and white film. I used a roll of it in Zacatecas, Mexico, earlier this month and I was seriously blown away by the quality of the black-and-whites. The first thing the guy in the photo shop said to me when I walked in was "Man, you took some great black-and-whites!"

Another advantage of this camera is that the flash doesn't suck down the battery power. I've taken at least 100 pictures with the flash and I'm using the same battery I had three years ago.

The major disadvantage of this camera is that it ONLY uses Kodak Advantix film, which comes in a cartridge and loads automatically when you pop it in. It's excellent film and a hell of a lot better than Fuji (even if more expensive). The disadvantage is that a lot of stores outside the U.S. simply don't carry it. In Budapest last summer, I checked in four different photo shops and nobody had it, so stock up before you leave. Kodak Advantix sometimes comes in tube-form, but unless you've got the version that comes in a cartridge, you can't use this camera. Additionally, you can't remove the cartridge in the middle of a roll -- so if you want to switch back and forth between color and black-and-white, you've got to buy two separate cameras.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Camera!
I really love this camera! It's light and easy to use. The only thing is it's kinda loud after you click and when you finish the film. Otherwise, if you're an amateur get this!!!

4-0 out of 5 stars Excelent Camera !
I bought this camera a year ago and i wonder with it. It's ease to use, small and light. The pics are in a very good quality and it has a nice Zoom. the only thing that i dislike it, is that you can not change films partialy used, i mean if you change a film that is not complete and you want to use it again in order to finish it, you can't.

1-0 out of 5 stars Not able to use
I am not very happy with this company, I ordered my camera over a month ago and still have not received it! It would be really nice if I could use the damn thing! ... Read more


20. Kodak Advantix T60 APS Camera
by Kodak
list price: $59.99
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Asin: B000089GF9
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Kodak
Sales Rank: 2617
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Amazon.com Product Description

With an elegant design and affordable price, Kodak's T60 uses the popular APS Advantix film to provide high quality photos. The camera's 2-zone autofocus lens keeps objects as close as 2.6 feet in sharp detail, while the flash lights up to 13 feet away. The flash, which you have to flip up to operate the camera, can be set to fill, off, and special night mode. Shutter speed ranges from 1/90 to 1/250 seconds to accommodate a wide range of subjects and lighting situations.

The easy-to-read LCD panel displays information about your current shooting mode. It also has a self-timer which is useful for taking group photos or self-portraits. The T60 is compatible with film speeds from 50 to 800. Weighing only 6 ounces and taking only two AAA batteries, you can easily to take the T60 anywhere without difficulty. ... Read more

Features

  • 2-zone autofocus system
  • 25mm all-glass lens
  • LCD panel clearly displays shooting information
  • Flip flash useful for low-light situations
  • Self-timer lets you take self-portraits and group shots

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