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1. Sony DCRTRV260 Digital8 Handycam
$279.88 list($399.99)
2. Panasonic PVDV53 MiniDV Palmcorder
3. Sony MVCFD75 Mavica 0.3MP Digital
Too low to display $327.00 list($549.99)
4. Kyocera Finecam M410R 4MP Digital
5. NIKON 50mm/f-1.4 D-series
6. Sony DSC-U40 2.0 Megapixel Digital
7. Panasonic PVGS50S MiniDV Ultra
$224.43 list($299.99)
8. Toshiba PDR-T20 2MP Digital Camera
9. Olympus DW-90 Digital Voice Recorder
10. Mace Group 1/4IN INFRARED CAMERA
11. Samsung SCD33 MiniDV Camcorder
12. Diamond Mavica Digital Still Camera
$115.00 list($99.99)
13. Ezonics Corporation EZ-884 Ez
$25.94 list($25.99)
14. Kodak KB18 35mm Camera
15. MINOLTA Freedom Zoom 130QD
16. Panasonic Lumix DMC-LC40S 4MP
$210.63 list($287.23)
17. Samsonite/Stephen Gould 3SKB-R2217-1F
18. Orion Padded Case for Small Refractor
20. Orion Sirius Plossl Power Pair

1. Sony DCRTRV260 Digital8 Handycam Camcorder w/20x Optical Zoom
by Sony
list price: $349.99
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Asin: B0001BVT0S
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 183
Average Customer Review: 3.14 out of 5 stars
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  • Digital8 Handycam camcorder and digital still camera with 460,000-pixel CCD
  • 20x optical zoom lens (digital zoom to 990x) with Super SteadyShot image stabilizer
  • 2.5-inch rotating LCD and black-and-white viewfinder
  • Low-light recording settings, built-In white LED light, and manual focus
  • NP-FM30 InfoLithium Rechargeable Battery

Reviews (7)

3-0 out of 5 stars NOT backward compatible
This model is NOT backward compatible with old analogue Hi8 tapes. So, if you have some old footage from your old analogue camcorder that you want to dump into the computer, this is NOT the camera for you. I was told by the store that it would play them, but it doesn't. And Sony also agreed that it does not. That feature is not available until the 460. <br /><br />I can't comment on the record side of this camera, because I never even tested that. I tested its ability to play old tape first, and it does not, so back it goes.

2-0 out of 5 stars disappointing
Very slow to focus! Compared to older models it is very shakey as well. It does not hold a candle to last years trv250 model, so check your stores as I found last years model at a great price.

5-0 out of 5 stars love it
i love my new sony handycam it has nite vision and it has the usb cabel hookups and the a/v hookups even though they dont make a remote for it i dont care bout that i love this camera and i use it for skateboarding ....they also showed on the news that this and another model was the top two to own.. i love to make dvds outta of it

3-0 out of 5 stars If You Want Digital8, Get The TRV-460 Instead!
Someone stole my DCR-TRV240 camcorder, so I thought I'd purchase a DCR-TRV260 so that I could play my old Digital 8 tapes and continue converting my VHS tapes to digital. Big mistake! On the plus side, the TRV260 is somewhat smaller front-to-back than the TRV240. On the minus side: (1) The TRV 260 lacks the ability to make digital copies of VHS videotapes that the TRV 240 had. That is, the A/V jack is only "out," not "in/out." (2) There is no audio input jack or headphone jack, so you can't connect an external microphone or listen to the audio that you're recording. (3) There's no "Intelligent Accessory Shoe" so you can't connect an extra video light or a shotgun mike.

Since the DCRTRV250 mentioned in the February-March 2004 Amazon reviews is apparently no longer manufactured, if you're in the market for a new Digital8 camcorder, get the TRV 460 instead for $50 more. It has "Analog-to-Digital Conversion with Pass Through" (i.e., "Convert and/or record any analog NTSC video source to digital video via the analog inputs," even in real-time - which was not found on the TRV-250). In addition (and less important to me), the TRV-460 has the ability to record still pictures on a Memory Stick (instead of on the D8 tape), a remote control, and a "Touch Panel" LCD screen. The TRV460 still doesn't have #2 or #3 in the paragraph above, but at least it's closer to what I came to expect from the 240. When I receive my 460, I'm going to take all my analog and D8 videos and digitize them to a format readable by computers into the foreseeable future since VHS and D8 are both moribund. Buy the DCRTRV460 Digital8 Handycam Camcorder from!

2-0 out of 5 stars Like this model? Better buy TRV250 then!
Beware! It doenst have a remote control. Otherwise it is same as the TRV250 model. Still, it costs much more than TRV250. Better go and buy TRV250, it is amazing.
I also planned on buying TRV260, but just realized in time that 235 was certainly the better of the two, lesser price and you get remote control too! Now, thats a deal! ... Read more

2. Panasonic PVDV53 MiniDV Palmcorder Multicam Camcorder with 2.5" LCD
by Panasonic
list price: $399.99
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Asin: B00008GK6V
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 1727
Average Customer Review: 3.89 out of 5 stars
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The compact Panasonic PV-DV53 MiniDV camcorder is an affordable way to enter into the world of digital video. It features a 10x optical zoom, 700x digital zoom, built-in light, and 2.5-inch LCD.

The PV-DV53 offers a 680K pixel CCD providing crisp, sharp pictures. Shooting from far distances is no problem with the PV-DV73's 10x optical zoom and 700x digital zoom. With Panasonic's introduction of Dual D-EIS (digital electronic image stabilization), you can use this same technology in both the record and playback modes to remove additional jitter from previously recorded video.

Digital Stills
The PV-DV53 still can capture digital still images and store them on the MiniDV tape. You can then use Panasonic's PhotoVu serial connection to transfer images to your PC.

More Features
The cinema mode enables you to record video in wide screen mode, giving you a 16:9 aspect ratio that's the same as a movie screen. When played back on a television the result is dramatic looking cinema-like movies at home.

The picture-in-picture feature allows you to insert a previously taken digital still image into the video you're recording. The still image is taken using the PhotoShot digital still feature and appears on the right side of the video you're recording. The video and miniaturized still shot then appear together during playback

Other features include:

  • 2.5-inch tiltable LCD screen.
  • Electronic Image Stabilazation to correct camera shaking, giving you smooth and stable pictures.

Inputs and Outputs
The PV-DV53 comes with the standard DV IEEE 1394 port (also known as FireWire; Panasonic refers to this connection as iLink) for a super-fast, lossless connection to a PC or other DV machines.

MiniDV Format
MiniDV is the preferred format for personal and broadcast-quality video, highly regarded for its high audio and image quality. MiniDV delivers a 20 percent clearer picture than analog camcorder formats. This is all delivered on a cassette that's 1/12th the size of a standard VHS tape. A MiniDV tape offers digital recording time of 2 full hours--20 times the capacity of a CD. You'll also get minimal color noise interference for a more stable picture.

Size and Contents
The camcorder measures 3.5 x 2.9 x 7.1 inches and weighs 1.3 pounds. This package includes the PV-DV53 camcorder, CARD LINK PhotoVu Link, AC adapter, battery pack, shoulder strap, A/V cable (mini-3 RCA), serial cable, remote control, lens cap, and CD-ROM with digital still and video editing software. ... Read more


  • MiniDV camcorder with 10x optical and 700x digital zoom with electronic image stabilization
  • 680K pixel resolution
  • 2.5-inch color, swivel LCD, B&W viewfinder, cinema mode
  • Digital still mode saves images to tape
  • Connects to PCs and Macs via Firewire (IEEE1394); serial connection transfer for stills

Reviews (9)

1-0 out of 5 stars 96K effective resolution
the effective resolution of this camera is 96K, which is worse than most Hi-8 cameras. it supposedly has a 1/4 CCD with 680K gross, but this is probably myth. do not believe anything you see on about this camera.
if you ever had a Hi-8 you would be greatly disappointed by the quality, although you can still recognize the face of your wife and the color of her dress. not much more though.
Panasonic do not disclose the effective resolution or the gross of this camera just to trick people who think miniDV means good quality.

4-0 out of 5 stars DARN GOOD CAMERA -- FOR THE MONEY
Last year, I needed a SMALL, light, portable, tough, inexpensive, mini-DV camera to schlep around Croatia and Hungary -- during the hot summer. Trains, planes, and buses bumped myPanasonic PVDV53 MiniDV Palmcorder along --which took GREAT (!!!) motion pictures. I wrote" motion" because I practically never used the still digital capability. NOTE: The battery charger is 115v-220v/60Hz-50Hz compatible (but you'll need a $5 adapter for the plug to hook it up with European sockets.

For me, one big drawback was that there is no thread in the object lens in which to add filters, wide angle or telephoto lenses. Also, the computer linkages is only good for stills. When the miniDV is transferred to VHS (through a VCR with digital inputs -- most good ones have them) I managed to get excellent videos out of them, suitable for shipping to relatives.

You'll need to get a bigger battery than the standard one which can perhaps give you 30 minutes of shooting when fully charged. I picked up a 3 hour battery (by searching online -- I think it was sold NEW at eBay for about $50).

In my opinion, this is about the best, most versatile camera that you can get for the money.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great deal on a DV
I got this DV Camera to tape some old Super-8 movies for conversion to DVD. Thanks to the low light performance and image stabiliaztion it did a great job. Then I shot some footage on the Santa Monica Pier and it did great in daylight as well. So for a low cost video camera you can't beat it. It's not a digital camera though go buy one if you want that. Still no firewire cable was a let down but you can get them cheap look for a 4-6 pin cable and get it hooked up for computer fun!

4-0 out of 5 stars decent minidv camcorder for the money
This "southwestconsumer" (sdclark12) wrote over 100 piece of reviews with exactly the same contents and rating against various Panasonic products. This is a person full of hatred towards Panasonic. His reviews have nothing to do with a particular Panasonic product.

4-0 out of 5 stars A camera it's not!
We love this camcorder. It's got great picture quality, even in low light, and lots of featuers. Price is great, too.

However, it isn't a camera. We owned a VHS-C Panasonic camcorder that took picutres as files on an SD card. This one takes "pictures" by recording a seven second still image directly onto your tape. You then have to "play" your movie, uh, picture, into the computer, which can convert the video into a still picture. Of course, your pictures could be spread out all over a 90 minute tape.

The real kicker is, the crummy serial cable and software isn't even included.

I'd call it deceptive advertising, to say the least. ... Read more

3. Sony MVCFD75 Mavica 0.3MP Digital Camera
by Sony
list price: $499.99
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Asin: B00005A3MB
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 1994
Average Customer Review: 3.97 out of 5 stars
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The Sony Mavica MVC-FD75 is an easy-to-use digital camera that offers a 10x optical zoom lens not normally found on an entry-level model. The nearly universal floppy is the storage medium of choice. The 640 x 480 resolution is great for e-mailing, posting on the Web, or making small prints (no larger than 3-by-4 inches).

There are a number of programmed exposure modes that help you take pictures in just about any circumstance, and an auto white balance makes sure your colors remain true. For macro lovers, there's an integrated auto macro mode, which lets you take pictures up close. Images are captured in the JPEG format by default, but you can also record uncompressed bitmaps. ... Read more


  • 0.3-megapixel sensor captures 640 x 480 images great for emailing or wallet-size prints
  • Autofocus lens with 10x optical zoom
  • Stores images on floppy discs
  • Discs can be read by virtually all Macs and PCs with floppy drives
  • Uses proprietary lithium-ion rechargeable battery(included)

Reviews (63)

5-0 out of 5 stars John - Professional Photographer and Webpage Creator
The people who gave this camera 1 star reviews for poor hardcopy print quality should be rating themselves a 1 star, not the camera!

This camera is not built nor, has it ever been advertised as having enough pixel capacity to create great detailed hardcopy photos. This camera, because of its limited resolution is strictly meant for use to make quality jpeg pictures which can be quickly e-mailed or uploaded to a webpage. If you want detailed, crisp hardcopy pictures you had better be looking at a 3.3 meg camera at a minimum and a very high quality color dpi printer as well and the cost of those two together will run you 2k!

This camera does EXACTLY what it is meant and advertised to do - provides superb jpeg quality pictures for web and email purposes. You'll never get great hardcopy photo quality with a 2meg camera, there is no such animal!

If you are strictly looking for a camera with incredible ease of use and simplicity to post pictures on the web without hassles, usb cables, downloading software BS...etc... then this is your camera. If you are looking for great hardcopy photo quality pictures try something along the lines of the Sony MVC FD95 or better.

I strongly suspect the people who have written bad comments about this camera did not do their homework before buying it. Had they done so, they would have known that there is not a 2 meg camera on the market which produces true hardcopy photo quality pictures which even come close to 3.3 meg picture quality because there simply isn't enough pixel resolution available. Blame yourself, not the camera dummies. :-)

5-0 out of 5 stars Still using my Mavica, 2nd review
I originally reviewed this camera March '01 and just found my review on a web search. I gave it a "5" and still do - easy to use and great price. The floppies save you from crawling around hooking stuff behind the computer - always a nightmare in MY office! For online selling the pics are great, closeups are the only letdown and if you are very careful you can do "ok" but not great. Still a big bang for the buck and it's been A+++ for function, not a problem ever and I'm a heavy user. A solid buy, you could do much worse!

4-0 out of 5 stars Mavica MVC-FD75
I'm no techie and like things simple, straightforward and easy to use. This camera fits the bill. I limit digital photography to web usage, sending pics via email, looking at pics on my computer or TV via DVD player, posting pics on eBay and hobby websites, etc. and this camera is perfect for those purposes. The use of floppy discs is particularly nice and so is the outstanding macro/close-up capability. If you plan to blow up pics fairly large and print them, a higher resolution camera may be preferable, but for 95% of my needs this camera is perfect and so much easier to use than my wife's fancy, expensive, high resolution camera with more of bells and whistles.

3-0 out of 5 stars c stalcup
The camera is very convenient but if the light is not bright enough the image does not show on the screen, so pictures are hard to take centered or in focus.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great camera for web based pictures not for travel.
I bought this camera at $300 for my web-based business. The deciding factor was it's ability to write directly to floppy disks which saves time and memory downloading to my laptop computer. The advantage of this camera is it's versatility in picture storage. The typical memory card is also available.

The picture quality is excellent for a 2 megapixal camera. It meets and exceeds the requirements for photo-editing for web content. Using photoshop 7.0 is simple with imports from disk on this camera which saves me using hard drive space for stages in production.

The disadvantage to this camera is it's size and weight. I took it on my most recent visit to Europe and felt that I needed a pullman bag just to accomadate my camera. I originally thought that it's size would be outweighed (no pun intended) by it's advantage of floppy format, thereby saving the need to buy expensive memory cards. It doesn't however. I bought a small digital camera with higher pixel ability for travel which suit my needs much better. I would recommend this for anyone who wants 35 mm quality. Taking my laptop is as easy as taking the mavica.

Again, if your usage is web based, the mavica cannot be beat. I would reconsider if you want an easy camera for travel/everyday pictures. The size and print quality is not feasible.

--Kathryn White-Fidram ... Read more

4. Kyocera Finecam M410R 4MP Digital Camera with 10X Optical Zoom
by Kyocera Optics, Inc.
list price: $549.99
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Asin: B0001WPS90
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Kyocera Optics, Inc.
Sales Rank: 2841
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  • 4-megapixel sensor captures enough detail to create photo-quality 11-by-15-inch enlargements
  • Kyocera 10x optical zoom lens combines with 6x digital zoom for 60x total zoom
  • Advanced auto features; movie mode with audio; supports USB 2.0
  • Store images on Secure Digital (SD) memory card (not included); high-speed SD memory card required for some features
  • Powered by 4 AA-size batteries (alkaline included, rechargeable NiMH recommended)

5. NIKON 50mm/f-1.4 D-series
by Nikon

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Asin: B00005LENO
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 3681
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Old but still Useful
I have had my 50mm Nikon AF 1.4 lens for 20 years. It worked on my Nikon N-4004 until I bought a Coolpix 5700, it slept for two years, and it woke up when I got my D-100 digital SLR six months ago. If you are a candid and available light photographer, and you can live with a very fast 75mm field of view, you will get a lot of shots that others will miss. The color rendition and sharpness of focus are perfect for digital use. With a good editing program you will work miracles. Zoom lenses are great, but the tried and true, fixed and fast 50 mm f-1.4 will outlast them all!

4-0 out of 5 stars 50/1.4D
Typical Nikon quality. Clear, sharp, easy to use. Great basic lens that gathers a lot of light. I always have it in my camera bag. ... Read more

6. Sony DSC-U40 2.0 Megapixel Digital Camera
by Sony
list price: $299.95
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Asin: B00019TAYM
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 3626
Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (5)

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Little Camera
I have spent about a month and taken about two hundred pictures with this camera. I was wary about it after reading the reviews below, especially related to the graininess comments. I spent a year or so as a photography major in college, so I know a thing or two about photography. If I found these problems, I had planned on selling it on eBay soon while the prices were still close to retail.

I purchased this camera because I often don't take my other digital camera (Canon G4)with me due to it's size and the fact I'm worried about damaging it while traveling. I do end up taking the Sony as it is small enough to put in my pocket or in a hip case.

I am happy to say that I have not experienced any problems with graininess, outside of the normal circumstances when graininess is a problem (not enough light). I shot in a number of settings, indoor and out, etc. and did not have any problems with graininess. In fact, the tiny flash on the camera puts out a surprising amount of light when needed. I shot a picture of my cat in an almost completely dark room, and it lit up the whole room (granted, it was a fairly small bedroom).

I just received my first set of prints back. I chose to have some prints done in 5x7 to test the graininess, and there was not sign of any. The prints looked great. I purchased a 128MB card for it, and it holds well over 200 pictures at the 2M (larger) size. I'd say based upon some of the comments made, a little knowledge of how to edit (size, dpi, etc.) digital pictures would go a long way.

Not to say that this camera doesn't have some downsides, it does. However, if you want a small camera that you will take with you because of it's size that takes fairly good pictures, this is the camera for you.

1-0 out of 5 stars Just Awful
I bought this camera for my birthday in an attempt to replace my bulky Kodak DX3700. I downloaded the photos onto my computer and they looked like photos I had taken with a cheap no flash digital camera I bought for $40.00 four years ago. I even tried to change the settings, but the photos still looked pretty bad.

It's a good size camera, but it takes the worlds most grainiest photos. But I think I'll stick to Mr. Bulky.

4-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful Little Camera
I got this camera a few weeks ago, and I love it. I read a ton of reviews of "micro" cameras before deciding on this one and it drives my nuts when someone says "The quality sucks compared to my Mofo 6000 Digital Camera from Canon that cost me $2000". It is not a super high quality camera, how could it be, it costs $200?!?!

It is tiny, it fits in your pocket and it takes nice little pictures. It has some neat features such as burst and movie mode w/o sound.

The biggest thing though is the size. I thought that the absence of an optical viewfinder would drive me nuts, but I haven't really noticed. If you order this camera, go ahead and order a new memory card with it. The 8MB one it ships with doesn't hold many 2MP pictures though it will hold about 70 shot on VGA (perfect for Websites and E-mail).

A great purchase.

4-0 out of 5 stars The ultimate spy-cam!
The latest in the U series Cybershot is great! I've owned the original U10 and the Exilim and this is the most pocketable camera ever--it is roughly the size of my index and middle fingers put together and my hands aren't very big. It is sturdily constructed and never feels cheap, so I never have any worries about it being damaged while in my pocket. With its tiny size, you won't need to get a cameraphone that takes low-res VGA photos!

The photos are crisp and very good for a 2 megapixel camera this size. It doesn't produce quality 4x6 photos, but can make very nice 3x5's. Combined with its miniature size, its fast startup time and almost nonexistant shutter lag (depending on auto-focus time) make this the perfect camera for those candid shots you wouldn't normally be able to get otherwise.

The U40 also takes MPEG movies with a beefed-up web-perfect 320x240 resolution (twice that of previous models) and unlike previous models, there is no time limit for the movie clip--it can be as long as you like, depending on free memory. Please note, though, that the movie clips do not record sound.

Pros: Small size, excellent photo quality, good startup and shutter lag time, improved MPEG Movie mode

Cons: Uses the expensive Memory Stick Duo (rather than the standard Memory Stick), no optical zoom

This is a slick camera that is sure to cause a buzz when you take it out in a crowded room and the perfect camera to take around with you everyday for catching those memories you would have normally missed.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Ultra-Portable Camera
When looking at the picture, I didn't truly get a sense of how small this camera is. Barely 2/3 the size of my credit cards, and only 1" thick, I am able to just toss this beauty into my pocket and be prepared to snap pictures wherever I am.

There are two picture size settings. VGA (640 x 480) and 2M (1632 x 1224). The pictures at both modes are quite excellent for a cam of this class; however, this cam by no means should be your primary camera, since it does not have optical zoom (nor digital zoom, but that shouldn't be used even if it were available). I bought it so that I could always have a cam to carry around, and I have found that at such a compact size, I can with ease. The pictures come out to be just a bit grainy and slightly blurry, but that depends on the lighting and how steady your hand is, considering the size of this tiny wonder.

Although without sound and quite small, the movie mode is nifty to have, just to have it.

Start up time is superb. To turn on the camera, all you have to do it slide open the cover, and the camera is instantaneously on (< 1 second). Shutter lag is also quite negligible since there are no zoom lenses to adjust for. I've found that if the camera is set to Fast Action mode, there is virtually no shutter lag at all, and the pictures still come out nearly as good as when in normal shooting mode. To turn the camera off, just slide the cover back over the lens.

Although there is no optical viewfinder (which I never use anyways) the LCD is quite sharp and viewable, even only if 1". Also, as a power saving option, the LCD back lighting can be turned off, and the screen can still be seen, if there is ample sunlight or lighting in the background.

Overall, the body has a solid feel with its all-metal construction and is quite lightweight. It has a small array of features such as shooting modes (portrait, landscape, etc...), focus options, and flash mode, but I find this very nice since I don't have to worry about fiddling with controls when all I want is to point and shoot. I'll save those intricacies to situations where I bring my primary digital camera.

I also appreciate that Sony included a pair of 800mAH rechargeable NiMH batteries and a battery charger with this camera.

Incredibly small, compact and lightweight.
Superb start-up time, perfect for those unexpected photo opportunities.
Ease of use, simple operation, truly point and shoot.
For its class, very good picture quality.

CONS (Minor):
The Memory Stick Duos are a bit pricey; I wish this camera used the slightly more affordable SD card, but the Duos, I suppose, are very, very small, and are well suited to the camera. This is just a minor thing, and does not detract from the quality of the camera itself. ... Read more

7. Panasonic PVGS50S MiniDV Ultra Compact Digital Palmcorder (Silver)
by Panasonic
list price: $699.99
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Asin: B00008RUER
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 3179
Average Customer Review: 4.25 out of 5 stars
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The stylish, ultracompact Panasonic PVGS50S offers advanced features, including digital still photo capability, image stabilization, and the ability to create MPEG-4 video clips. The PVGS50S offers a 680K CCD, 10x optical zoom, 700x digital zoom, and 2.5-inch color LCD.

The PVGS50S is equipped with a 680,000-pixel CCD and 10x optical zoom It also features a 700x digital zoom that allows you to zoom in on incredible close-ups.

Digital Stills and MPEG4 Video
The PhotoShot built-in digital still mode is capable of capturing crystal-clear still images at high resolution. It has a high speed shutter when taking photos and can even take progressive phots which can be saved onto the MiniDV tape or to the included 8 MB SD memory card. You can also record MPEG4 video, which uses a higher compression setting and is great for posting to a Web site or e-mailing to friends and family.

Still images and MPEG4 video are stored on the included 8 MB Secure Digital (SD) memory card, and can be transferred to your PC via USB connectivity (compatible with both USB 1.1 and 2.0).

More Features
The picture-in-picture feature allows you to insert a previously taken digital still image into the video that is being recorded, to enhance the aesthetics of the final cut of the video. The cinema mode enables you to record video in wide screen mode, giving you a 16:9 aspect ratio that's the same as a movie screen. When played back on a television the result is dramatic looking cinema-like movies at home.

Other features include:

  • 2.5-inch tiltable LCD screen.
  • External microphone jacks allow for professional sound recording.
  • Remote control features include playback with special effects, zoom, and slow motion.

Inputs and Outputs
The PVGS50S comes with the standard DV IEEE 1394 port (also known as FireWire; Panasonic refers to this connection as iLink) for a super-fast, lossless connection to a PC or other DV machines.

MiniDV Format
MiniDV is the preferred format for personal and broadcast-quality video, highly regarded for its high audio and image quality. With 540 lines of horizontal resolution and minimum color noise, MiniDV delivers a 20 percent clearer picture than analog camcorder formats. This is all delivered on a cassette that's 1/12th the size of a standard VHS tape. A MiniDV tape offers digital recording time of 2 full hours--20 times the capacity of a CD.

This package includes the PVGS50S camcorder, 8 MB SD memory card, AC adapter, battery pack, shoulder strap, A/V cable, USB cable, wireless remote control, wired remote control, lens cap, and software. ... Read more


  • MiniDV camcorder with 10x optical and 700x digital zoom with electronic image stabilization
  • 680K pixel resolution
  • 2.5-inch color, swivel LCD, cinema mode, MPEG4 video
  • Saves digital stills to SD memory card; 8 MB card included
  • Connects to PCs and Macs via Firewire (IEEE1394); USB transfer for stills

Reviews (4)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Camera
This Panasonic DV camcorder is a solid performer and a great value. I've been using it for several months, and it hasn't let me down at all. Battery life is good, picture quality is great, and audio quality is acceptable.

The basic features of this camera are intuitive and easy to use. You can have it out of the box and recording in no time (after you charge the battery). Video quality is high, and playback on the LCD screen is easy and watchable. It comes with nearly every imaginable cable, so you can hook it to whatever you want. However, I highly recommend a firewire (IEEE 1394) card for capturing video to a PC. I've used Pinnacle Studio software flawlessly with this camera, and produced very high quality results.

This camera is chock full of features. To be honest, I haven't used many of them, not yet having learned how. The instruction manual is 102 pages long, and you'll every last page if you're going to exploit all the features of this camera. However, it's not necessary to do so to get your money's worth. One note: still picture quality won't match that of a good regular digital camera, so I wouldn't recommend using it for that purpose, although it comes equipped with an SD card slot that enables the capture of stills.

This is a small, lightweight camera that will just barely fit in your hand. It'll go everywhere without being a burden. It's worked great for me, and I can highly recommend it. Enjoy.

4-0 out of 5 stars Yeah nice, WHAT!?!?!
I get this camerea, and it was almost perfect for filming. It doesn't get that high of resoultion for stills, but that's not why i bought it.. The sound quality was one of the setbacks, (you can adjust it to 12 or 14 kbps) , but on 14kbps it still wasn't as good as i expected. It's aslo very quiet.. i found myself talking louder than i normally would to make the voices a little more audible, however it picks up sound like in another room very well. The mic is useful, but you really don't want a mic poking out in a movie. The major setback is that you can only transfer stills and mpegs to your computer through the USB, so you HAVE to have a firewire card on your pc to edit your movies. I was really disappointed that i had to buy a firewire card, but i got one for $28 so it wasn't that big of a deal.
on the flip-side, it's is so small , and sneaking it places is easy, it fitws in my pocket, and i take it everywhere now. The battery charges rather quickly too.

4-0 out of 5 stars Very nice...however......
I love the camera for the purpose of recording those unforgettable moments, but when using to take digital's not so good. The pictures have a very low resolution and when the photos are printed (from both photo center and my home printer) they look like a computer screen picture. Even with the light feature on, they aren't very nice printed.

5-0 out of 5 stars Really slick
This is a great camcorder and a great buy. It's tiny, full-featured, and well designed with the usual Panasonic attention to ergonomics and practicality. The battery life is extraordinary for a battery this size. On the downside, the digital photo mode has fairly low resolution, but remember that any camcorder you're using as a digital camera will NOT have a flash, and that's very limiting anyway. So don't buy this (or any camcorder) to be an all-in-1 device or you'll be disappointed. On the plus side, the ability to record MPEG-4 video to either the DV tape or the SD card is great, although it will be an *.asf file and not .mpg (and no, you can't easily convert), so your file sharing may be limited. You'll likely prefer to record in regular mode instead and then capture it on your PC (via firewire) and save it to mpg. Overall a very impressive camcorder and a good operating manual, although you won't even need it to do the basics. And that's rare these days! Well done, Panasonic. ... Read more

8. Toshiba PDR-T20 2MP Digital Camera w/ 2x Optical Zoom
by Toshiba
list price: $299.99
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Asin: B00006HYYU
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 9344
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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The Toshiba PDR-T20 offers optimal digital photography with 2-million pixel capability, 2x optical zoom, and touch-screen controls. With its sleek, compact design, this camera fits in a cell-phone pouch or can be carried with the convenient neck strap. The sliding front cover provides maximum protection for the lens and the pop-up flash has several settings to suit your environment.

With its 2-megapixel CCD sensor, you can snap images up to 1,600 x 1,200 pixels and produce prints up to 8 by 10 inches. The PDR-T20 features a 2x optical zoom as well as a 2x digital zoom for a 4x total. Save images on the included 8 MB Secure Digital memory card.

The LCD on the rear of the PDR-T20 includes touch-screen controls, allowing you to manipulate the camera settings simply by touching the appropriate icon. You can also paint, draw, edit, erase, and annotate right on the LCD while your images are fresh in the camera. Then save the original untouched image and the version with your notes, drawings, or creative highlights.

This package includes the PDR-T20 digital camera, rechargeable lithium-ion battery, AC power adapter, 8 MB memory card, stylus pen, shoulder strap, camera pouch, USB cable, and CD-ROM with image processing and electronic photo album management software. ... Read more


  • 2.0 megapixel sensor creates 1,600 x 1,200 images for prints at sizes up to 8 x 10 inches
  • 2x optical plus 2xdigital zoom lens (for 4x total) with autofocus
  • Stores photos on included 8 MB Secure Digital memory card
  • Connects to Macs and PCs via USB port
  • Powered by rechargeable lithium-ion battery (included)

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Starter Camera
This is a good Camera if you just want point and click. No having to worry about file formats (only does jpg) and focusing .If you need to do things manualy buy another camera. The LCD is easy to use and the internal battery is nice touch since you don't have to buy batteries. The main drawback is if you forget to charge it you can't just buy batteries. The software is easy to use both on the camera and supplied for the pc. It also supports a sd card which is really nice as well. Like I said before this camera is for those of us who just want to take quick pictures when were out without much hassle.Overall I am happy because that is all I want out of a camera. Much better then buying disposables or a cheap 35mm camera.

4-0 out of 5 stars Very good deal
I Got this camera last week, ...
what makes this camera distinctive is it's touch and very sharp LCD , brilliant body design and slim size, it comes with rechargeable battery which saves batteries drain. it's very easy to operate even from first time, resolution of this camera is minimum requirement for you needs. Only movie mode is not available in it which is the only the drawback I found. ... Read more

9. Olympus DW-90 Digital Voice Recorder (Champagne Gold)
by Olympus
list price: $79.99
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Asin: B00005OBDS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Olympus
Sales Rank: 8904
Average Customer Review: 3.81 out of 5 stars
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  • Record up to 90 minutes of digital sound
  • Download lectures, notes, etc. to your computer with the high-speed USB interface
  • Listen to your files from your computer with Olympus's "Digital Wave Player" software
  • LCD display panel helps you keep track of important recording information
  • Voice activation function allows for hands-free recording

Reviews (21)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent!
I purchased the Olympus DW-90 Voice Recorder to record ambient sounds for some web work I'm doing. I found the DW-90 easy to operate after browsing the manual. Loading the included software was a non-item. Once you record a sound you just plug the unit into a USB port and the software automatically pops up on the computer screen. You then push one button and it uploads the file or files to the computer. Fast, simple. You select the file (it records in .wav file format) with your mouse and hit the play button and there you are. I'm into recording sounds of doors creaking, birds chirping, water dripping, etc. I record outdoors and in, on the hiking trail, voices in the park, the crackle of a fire in a fireplace, children's voices. In short, I record anything that might make a digital scene come to life. I also use the sounds for link buttons: the ping of a pencil on a drinking glass or china, the crumpling of an aluminum can, fist on a tabletop. Once I've uploaded the sound, I open it in my sound editing software (Sound Forge) and go to work on it. The sound that comes from the DW-90 in HQ mode is crystal clear. Since it's designed to record voices, I was worried that it might muffle background noise, but found this to not be true. Everything the ear hears, the DW-90 records (not the same frequency response, of course), which can at times be a problem for me. Human hearing is selective, so we don't ordinarily hear the refrigerator running or whir of our computer's fan. But they will all be there when you replay a DW-90 sound file. The DW-90 is smaller than it looks in the pictures, ~3.5 inches in length, and extremely light weight, so you can take it anywhere. But it definitely has its limitations. File storage volume is one. Just make sure that prior to purchasing the unit you evaluate its specifications against your requirements. I'm immensely pleased with it, but then I'm not trying to record a one-hour lecture in HQ mode (limit 22 min) or LP mode (limit 90 min) where so many of the reviewers here on Amazon have complained about sound quality.

2-0 out of 5 stars Very Small Capacity
I purchased this thinking that I was getting a recorder that would actually hold 90 minutes of audio. Unfortunately that capacity is only available for "LP" mode which is highly distorted. HQ and SP modes record very well, but only plan on getting 20-30 minutes of use out of it before the memory is full.

The PC connection was not automatic, despite the instruction manual comments that no additional software was required. On the whole, I found no little to no support material available on the Olympus website.

I returned the recorder and am still looking for something <$100 that provides 2-3 hours of high quality recording with a PC connection.

5-0 out of 5 stars Proved with time
I've been using this recorder for about 5 months now, and I love it now just as much as I did when I first purchased it. One thing that I like very much about the design is that the Erase button is extremely hard to accidentally push (and that, twice) - which shows someone was thinking when they designed it. The software installed perfectly, and works perfectly. I am very satisfied with this little recorder; it does not weigh much, but it gets the job done - and very well at that.

5-0 out of 5 stars Compact yet full of features
I just got this little guy (so small it fits in the palm of my hand), and I am thoroughly satisfied with it. It is small, yet it has a lot of features, and it seems to be well manufactured - doesn't seem like it will break real soon or anything. I have recorded four files so far, and have even transfered them to my laptop (running Win 98 SE). The installation of the software was seamless, and all works great. I have not had a chance to try out some features of the recorder (lecture mode for instance), but I am very satisfied with what I got so far.

4-0 out of 5 stars limited functionality, short duration very good LP mode poor
Bought this model to record science lecture notes, but the advertized 90 minute recording capability is only in LP mode. In LP mode, the playback is completely illegible. In HQ mode, the sound is superb, but you only get 22 minutes of recording. I will return this and continue looking.

Should have read the reviews here first, it would have saved me time but I was out on errands and stopped in at a local superstore to buy one. ... Read more

10. Mace Group 1/4IN INFRARED CAMERA 510X492 ( XB-631R )
list price: $89.00
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Asin: B000652LT2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Macally
Sales Rank: 55553
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11. Samsung SCD33 MiniDV Camcorder with 2.5 LCD
list price: $599.99
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Asin: B00008IOEA
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: SAMSUNG
Sales Rank: 3756
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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  • 10x optical and 800x digital zoom
  • 1/6- inch 680,000 CCD for superb image quality
  • USB and FireWire interfaces for high-speed video transfer
  • 0 Lux Power Nite Pix for shooting at night
  • 2.5-inchTFT LCD screen

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Does Everything
This camera does everything it says it does. The photo quality is a little low, but seeing as though its a camcorder that's acceptable. The video quality and the zoom are awesome. Even playing back on the flip-out screen the video is crisp and the sound is very sharp. My only complaint is the manual. It reads as though it were written in Japanese and then translated by an automated service. The camera, however, is fairly self-explanatory to anyone with a little experience with a computer. I have been extremely pleased with its performance. ... Read more

12. Diamond Mavica Digital Still Camera
list price: $799.99
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Asin: B00000J46M
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Diamond
Sales Rank: 12594
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13. Ezonics Corporation EZ-884 Ez 3MP Vista Cam Echo Camera
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B0000DK6XA
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Ezonics Corporation
Sales Rank: 11699
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14. Kodak KB18 35mm Camera
by Kodak
list price: $25.99
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Asin: B00004SGAZ
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Kodak
Sales Rank: 1878
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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The KB18 Advanced Photo System camera from Kodak features a 35mm lens that captures portrait and group shots. Point-and-shoot simplicity and the automatic flash give you better-exposed pictures indoors and out. The flash also reduces shadows when you are shooting in bright sunlight and reduces red-eye. The sliding lens cover protects the lens from dust and scratches and acts as an on/off switch for the camera.

A bright viewfinder displays the selected picture size and simplifies camera operation. The Kodak KB18 will not operate if it is loaded incorrectly, but you can check if you'd loaded it properly by looking through the film door. You can remove and reload the same film cassette or switch film speed with Kodak's midroll change feature. This package includes a roll of Kodak Advantix color film, two Kodak Photolife AA batteries, and a detachable camera strap.

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


  • Point-and-shoot 35mm camera
  • Fixed focus with range of 4 feet and beyond
  • Automatic flash every time you take a photo
  • Auto-off feature to conserve battery
  • Large viewfinder for easy framing of shots

Reviews (6)

4-0 out of 5 stars Simply Good
I enjoyed using this camera. It takes great pictures and is easy to carry around. my 6-year old daughter uses it also. One correction, the camera uses AAA batteries. I recommend its use to anyone who loves taking family pictures.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great camera
This is a great cheap camera for everyday use. I have had mine for several years and have not had any problems yet. The pictures come out great. I got this camera to replace another Kodak camera I had that broke after about 10 years. I swore I would never buy another kind of camera...

5-0 out of 5 stars Best starter camera
I've been using this for 3 years. Extremely cheap, extremely basic camera with the Kodak quality. Runs for a hundred shots on a set of batteries. After some experimenting on a roll of film, you'll grasp the capabilities of its lens and flash and you'll improve your shots dramatically. Excellent gift for youngsters while teaching them how to choose lighting and subjects and the art of framing one's subject. You'll have no fear of it getting stolen, broken or lost by the child.

3-0 out of 5 stars Just a Basic Camera.
The actual pictures produced with this camera look fine. There is nothing special about the photo quality, and certainly nothing special about the camera itself. You have to advance the film manually. And besides a lens, viewfinder, and flash, there aren't any special features. But if you just want a cheap, basic camera, this one is a good one to go with.

4-0 out of 5 stars Fantastic
I have used this camera before and the pictures look like a professional has taken them. It is really easy to use and the colors and so bright and pretty ... Read more

15. MINOLTA Freedom Zoom 130QD

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Asin: B00006I5I6
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Minolta
Sales Rank: 5834
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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  • Powerful 38mm to 140mm zoom lens covers wide-angle, normal, portrait and telephoto perspectives
  • Passive 660-step auto-focus
  • Full auto-exposure and programmed exposure modes
  • Easy film load and auto advance and rewind
  • Exposure compensator for better control of color and contrast

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5-0 out of 5 stars the best point and shoot
I needed something simple,and to the point.I did not want to explain why my wife would want to use the tamron lense over the pentax......I am going on a cruise, i want things simple....for both of us.
I am experienced with slr's.....very experienced.
This camera, after doing the well as comparing the stats.......wins 5 stars hands down.
i just took an experimental role of film.......kodak 400 high definition,the first in the camera and used the roll to see what it can produce.blown away!i shot photos of the George Washington bridge.....the way the shadows were cast,and the way the definition is so unreal. This is the best point and shoot ever! ... Read more

16. Panasonic Lumix DMC-LC40S 4MP Digital Camera w/ Leica Lens and 3x Optical Zoom, Silver
by Panasonic
list price: $649.99
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Asin: B000069V27
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 4359
Average Customer Review: 4.27 out of 5 stars
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  • 4 megapixel sensor creates 2240 x 1680 images for prints at 11 x 14 and beyond
  • 3x optical plus 2x digital (6x total) zoom with Leica DC Vario-Elmarit autofocus lens
  • Included 16 MB Secure Digital (SD) card holds approximately 8 images at default settings
  • Connects with PCs and Macs via USB port
  • Uses lithium-ion battery (included)

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I purchased this camera on E-bay and i have been very happy with it. I have a newborn daughter and the pictures i have taken are breathtaking. My father has a leica camera and the quality of images from this camera are quite similar to my old nikon and his leica. The features available to you are quite extensive on this camera. If you enjoy doing a lot of manual adjustments on your shots, the panasonic will indulge your whim. It has selectable aperture and shutter control, albeit not as much as a SLR.I have found the flash to be particulary useful, in that, I forget to turn it on. I have taken remarkable photo's without the flash, something not possible with my previous nikon. I use this camera like most point and shooters and find that it comes easily to hand with a good grippable surface on the body. It is not so tiny that you fumble with your fingers covering important sensors. I would definately get a bigger memory card (16 mb is a joke) and an additional battery pack. If you don't have photoshop to edit your photo's, the included software will a good source to start with, but get photoshop when able. It easily connects If you have an usb port on your computer or some computers (toshiba)accept the SD card directly (wow no wires). If you are looking for a good 4 MP camera, I think you should take a look at the panasonic.

5-0 out of 5 stars An Excellent Digital Camera
As an experienced 35mm and medium format photographer with 40 years experience, I have, until recently, been suspicious to the point of hostility of digital cameras. However, I have been amazed at the quality of pictures produced by many digital cameras. My Panasonic Lumix LC40 was an impulse buy but I am delighted I took the plunge. The combination of excellent lens and 4 megapixels delivers pictures that capture many subtle shades and colours. This is particularly true when shooting the subdued tones of a British winter.There is also a special magic about taking a batch of photographs, downloading them then wiping the memory card. There are some disadvantages to this camera. The 16mb memory card is rather small enabling you to save only 7 shots at max resolution. When using the LCD screen ( a must when shooting macro shots) the image is difficult to see in bright daylight. The abscence of full manual controls is a limiting factor. But these really are quibbles when set against a camera that has fired up my creative imagination and revived my interest in photography.Whether your interest is capturing creative images or just shots of the family buy an LC40 today. You will not regret it!

1-0 out of 5 stars Do not buy Panasonic
Do not buy Panasonic cameras. I bought a DMC-LC20 one year ago, and it died exactly one day after the warranty expired. It began taking pictures with green/pink tones. Support for digital cameras is terrible. They replaced the main board with a second hand one as a "favor" without improvement, now (6 weeks later) they still have the camera and now want to replace the CCD for $129.00 + labor. Panasonic has not returned any emails I've sent about my disappointment with this product. I will throw it away and buy Sony.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Camera
This is my first digital camera and I love it. I am a novice. It does everything I had hoped for and more. Dowloading images to my computer is really easy. The battery life is great and recharging is also easy - just plug it in. I am very happy with this camera and know that if I want additional lenses, they are available.

5-0 out of 5 stars One-week impressions...
My wife and I really liked this camera, but we only owned it for a week. Here are some thoughts from an amateur perspective:
We were impressed with the picture quality and especially surprised by the performance in low-light conditions. I regularly did not have to use the flash indoors, and still got great pics...Outdoor photos were even better, of course, with landscapes that looked like I was peering out a window. I have a picture of my neighbor's cat that I swear looks better than real life. Gorgeous, with spot-on color, from my amateur's perspective.

One thing to remember is that the flash is sort of manual. If you open the flash (requires a flick of the finger, very easy), it becomes fully automatic, but if you keep it closed, the camera will not use the flash, no matter the lighting conditions. This was actually very convenient, and pretty much unique in point-and-shoot cameras.

The battery power was also excellent. We took about 100 photos all told, and still hadn't dented the substantial included lithium battery, which the manual, I think, said was good for 250 or so pics, depending on usage of the LCD, which was suitably bright. One feature missing from the camera is a delete button, which is included on newer models. (Deleting photos requires clicking a few buttons)...

Ultimately, however, we decided to return the camera, mainly because of its size. It's not a huge camera, smaller than most SLR's and quite manageable. But this was a gift for my wife, and this camera is bulky enough that she would probably only take it for major excursions -- not quick snapshots, etc. We decided to try the LC43 instead, which offers similar specs, although perhaps not quite the solid feel of the LC40, in a more compact package. The LC43 also can be a bit cheaper overall because Panasonic has a rebate deal going for a free 128 MB card. The LC43 also includes rechargeable AAs and a charger. That was also a consideration, despite the excellent battery power on the LC40. For starters, will you even be able to find the expensive proprietary lithium batteries five years from now? AAs are everywhere and cheap, rechargeable or not, and therefore are more convenient for the long-term, I think. Of course, perhaps in five years we will all have traded up to dirt-cheap 12 megapixel SLRs and these will all be on the electronic junkpile...

I can update this once we get the LC43 (it's in the mail) for a comparison. One thing I've gleaned from others is that the LC43 flash is a bit on the weak side, relative to the LC40, and has one or two fewer manual controls. But as an amateur looking for a convenient snap-shooter, I'm willing to live with that.

Good luck! ... Read more

17. Samsonite/Stephen Gould 3SKB-R2217-1F 17" Skb Wheeled Transit Case
list price: $287.23
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Asin: B0002XJANI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsonite/Stephen Gould
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  • Superior Rotationally Molded Strength and Ergonomic Design
  • Impenetrable, Yet Lightweight LLDPE Shell for Maximum Impact Resistence
  • UV, Solvent, Corrosion and Fungus Resistant (MIL-STD-810F)
  • Pull-Out Handle and Wheels
  • Case Designed and Build to Withstand Levels of Punishment Beyond ATA and Most Industrial and Military Shipping Specifications

18. Orion Padded Case for Small Refractor Telescopes

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Asin: B0000XMTRE
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: ORION
Sales Rank: 8718
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Product Description

We offer a rugged, soft custom case to fit just about every telescope we stock. And now each is fully padded on all sides to provide maximum protection of your instrument. Our padded scope cases provide a convenient means for transporting and storing your scope. It'll stay cleaner and last longer, free of dings and scrapes. They're made of heavy, water-resistant polyester/nylon material with padding sewn into the inner lining. Full-length zipper allows easy access. Handle straps fit nicely in the hand and most are long enough to sling over a shoulder, too. Comfortable to carry, forgiving of bumps and bruises, and more space-efficient than boxy hard cases, our scope cases are a smart buy for any telescope owner. Get yours today! One-year limited warranty. ... Read more


  • Rugged soft case protects your telescope and makes carrying and storing your scope easy
  • Padded divider separates optical tube from mount/tripod to prevent dings
  • Made of heavy, water-resistant polyester/nylon with full-length zipper and handle straps
  • Exterior dimensions: 10"W x 44"L x 12" H

by Sumdex
list price: $32.99
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Asin: B00008XOI7
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Sumdex
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20. Orion Sirius Plossl Power Pair Eyepiece Set

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Asin: B0000XMXI4
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: ORION
Sales Rank: 10568
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For planetary and lunar viewing especially these 12.5mm and 7.5mm high-power oculars will have you discovering new detail. Even if you already use a 9mm or 10mm eyepiece, get this pair to add more magnification options. ... Read more


  • These 12.5mm and 7.5mm eyepieces are ideal for all types of telescopes
  • Offer a 50 degree apparent field of view for clear, sharp images of impressively high contrast
  • Fully coated with magnesium fluoride on every air-to-glass surface
  • Lens edges are blackened to reduce scattering of stray light and maximize contrast
  • One-year limited warranty

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