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1. Canon Powershot SD20 5MP Ultra
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2. Canon Elura 90 MiniDV Camcorder
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3. Canon Elura 80 MiniDV Camcorder
4. Sony MVCFD75 Mavica 0.3MP Digital
5. Digital Concepts VGA Digital Camera
$379.99 $329.88 list($399.99)
6. Deja View CamWear Model 100
7. Aiptek Pocket DV II 1.3MP Digital
8. Sony MVC-FD90 Mavica 1.2MP Digital
$256.95 list($299.99)
9. Panasonic SV-AS10A D-Snap 2MP
10. Digital Concepts Gear to Go Cyberpix
$18.25 list($29.99)
11. Purple Digital Concepts Kidz Cam
$79.99 list($99.99)
12. OSI DS6628 1.3MP Slot Flash Slim
13. Logitech 961305-0403Pocket Digital
14. OCTAVE Multipod 5 in 1 MP1358
15. Digital Movie Creator II
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16. VIVITAR Vivicam 3345 1.3 Megapixel
$41.63 list($59.99)
17. OSI DS6618 Digital Camera
18. Kodak MC3 Portable 0.08MP Digital
$29.95 list($32.99)
19. VuPoint 640x480 VGA Digital Camera
$197.99 list($149.99)
20. Hewlett Packard PhotoSmart C215

1. Canon Powershot SD20 5MP Ultra Compact Digital Camera (Midnight Blue)
by Canon Cameras US
list price: $399.95
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Asin: B00064OB1E
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 180
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  • 5-megapixel sensor captures enough detail to create photo-quality 13x17-inch prints
  • Exclusive Canon DIGIC Image Processor and iSAPS technology allow faster processing speed, excellent image quality, and vibrant colors
  • Includes five new Scene Modes and a Print/Share button for greater ease of use
  • Intelligent orientation sensor automatically rotates images for playback
  • Four novel colors with refined surface finish are the ultimate in camera couture

2. Canon Elura 90 MiniDV Camcorder w/20x Optical Zoom
list price: $799.00
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Asin: B0007G6QP0
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Video
Sales Rank: 721
Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

1.33-megapixel CCD * advanced DIGIC DV image processor * 16:9 widescreen video mode * digital photo mode with built-in flash * photo resolution options: 1280 x 960; 640 x 480 * 2-1/2" color viewscreen * ... Read more


  • Built-in slot for SD memory cards and MultiMediaCards
  • Powered by NB-2LH Lithium-ion battery pack
  • Compact MiniDV camcorder with 1.33-megapixel still capability, built-in video light, and still flash
  • 20x optical zoom and 400x digital zoom with image stabilization
  • 2.5-inch LCD screen with backlight

Reviews (1)

1-0 out of 5 stars Canon ripped me off
I am so frustrated with my Canon Elura. Apparently Canon Eluras have a structural flaw, and after a few months using it a message to eject the tape starts to pop all the time. Some people are even considering a collective lawsuit against Canon. The camera was great when it was working. But I am pretty convinced that the fate of 95% of all Canon Eluras after 6 months are the same as mine: the garbage bin. Just check all the online reviews. If you want a "perishable" good, then go ahead and buy your Elura. If you want a "durable" good, I would recommend you a Sony. Sony pioneered the mini-dv system, and Sony cameras typically last for decades. I read the bad reviews about the Canon Elura 90 and decided to spend several hundred dollars on one. I Lost my money and my camera after a few months (Canon warranty and factory service are a joke). I took my chances. Will you take yours?
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3. Canon Elura 80 MiniDV Camcorder w/18x Optical Zoom
list price: $649.99
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Asin: B0007G6R4A
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Video
Sales Rank: 1062
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

1.33-megapixel CCD * advanced DIGIC DV image processor * digital photo mode * photo resolution options: 1280 x 960; 640 x 480 * 2-1/2" color viewscreen * ... Read more


  • Powered by NB-2LH Lithium-ion battery pack
  • Compact MiniDV camcorder with 1.33-megapixel still capability
  • 18x optical zoom and 360x digital zoom with image stabilization
  • 2.5-inch LCD screen with backlight
  • Built-in slot for SD memory cards and MultiMediaCards

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Decent camcorder overall
- Good video quality overall (resolution)
- Decent audio
- Decent manual controls
- Includes 16MB memory card

- Not so impressive low light performance (when compared to JVC 93US)
- Not very sleek design - old fashioned controls, lens cap and flakycontrol area caps
- Not very user-friendly menu ... Read more

4. 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

5. Digital Concepts VGA Digital Camera with LCD Preview Screen
by Sakar International, Inc.
list price: $49.99
our price: $49.99
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Asin: B0002ZONQU
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Sakar International, Inc.
Sales Rank: 392
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  • Includes software suite Photo MVP & Video MVP, a full-featured and easy-to-use photo and video editing program
  • Features built-in color LCD screen
  • High-speed USB connection (camera comes with USB connector cable)
  • Allows you to organize your photos into albums
  • Camera functionality allows for stop-motion animation, video webcasting, and more

6. Deja View CamWear Model 100
by Deja View Inc.
list price: $399.99
our price: $379.99
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Asin: B00063E872
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Deja View Inc.
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Deja View's Camwear 100 is a breakthrough in wearable, hands-free video, featuring a digital camcorder so small that it can be attached to the bill of a hat or your glasses frame. The Camwear 100 is always on and ready to record. It feature's Deja View's "after-the-fact" technology, which enables you to review the previous 30 seconds of what's just been captured. You can also press a button to automatically record the previous 30 seconds.

The Camwear 100 feeds a continuous video stream into the hip pack control unit. Video can be stored on Secure Digital (SD) memory cards. You can record 16 30-second video clips to the included 64 MB memory card. It features 320 x 240 video resolution at TV-quality 30 frames per second (fps), direct output to TV, VCRs, or a DVD burner via RCA outputs, USB connection to a PC, and a rechargeable battery with up to 6 hours of battery life.It's compatible with Windows XP, 2000, Me, and 98se. ... Read more


  • Wearable, hands-free digital video with audio
  • Full-motion video at 30 frames per second
  • Saves up to 16 30 second video clips on included 64 MB SD card
  • 24 bits per pixel of color and brightness
  • Featuring the latest MPEG-4 technology

7. Aiptek Pocket DV II 1.3MP Digital Web Camera
by D&H

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Asin: B00007KGHK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D&H
Sales Rank: 10806
Average Customer Review: 3.61 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (59)

4-0 out of 5 stars Not bad
This is a very exceptional camera for the money that I paid for it. It takes digital stills (digital picture) and records A/V. This is an excellent camera for anybody that would like to make home movies. And the playback mode is easy to use, and fun to watch with friends. However, the software bundle that it comes with is ABSOLUTELY TERRIBLE. If it wasn't for Windows Movie Maker, I would've thrown this camera so far that it wouldn't even be funny. If you do get this camera, all you need to put on your computer is the Mega DV Manager, and than save the files to a folder so you can access them from Movie Maker. I also noticed that both pictures and video's are very dark. I have found no way to this point to brighten the pictures up. Another thing I have noticed is that the video on playback is very "boxy" which is the low resolution. Even on the high resolution, it's almost the same. Simple bells and whistles make this camera a good camera for teens and young adults. If you want a better picture though, buy somthing else. But overall, it's a good buy.

3-0 out of 5 stars Does a lot for the price, but...
I've taken a few good shots. It has a lot of nice features, (Video works good)but wish it was easier take good pictures. The ones that did turn out looked good.
Has a manual focus where you basically have to guess a little bit. Hard to tell if it was in focus until it's on the PC.
No flash and does not take good pictures in indoor or dim lights.
Used up the provided batteries first day. Got NIMh next day.
Internal memory only stores about 10 - 12 pics, that are lost if batteries are removed, so get Compact Flash ASAP.
Had some strange lockups where I had to remove batteries to reset camera.
LCD can be difficult to see in bright sunlight.
So if you get this, get the NIMh and CF card (You will need these for your next digital camera anyway), take a LOT of outdoor pics and you will have a few good enough to frame.

4-0 out of 5 stars good buy
Like it---get a set of Ni-Mh batteries and a large memory card and enjoy. Don't leave the screen on always--ALL digitals will eat batteries driving the screen full-time.Does need good lighting. A small modification lets it do GREAT macro (close-ups)--I can fill a frame with an ant!.Took pic of screw threads (10-32 size screw). No, it's not a $300.00 resolution camera, but you didn't pay $300.00 for it either. I keep mine in the car.If it breaks, I will buy another--have really used mine.

3-0 out of 5 stars Go ahead and buy it
I got this camera for Christmas last night. Being a teenager (and aspiring photographer who also loves to make movies) it's a great little knick knack. however, since i love to take pictures and love to make movies (and also like to listen to music) the fact that it comes with so little memory bothers me. It was very easy to figure out however, but the music was confusing. It was on the camera, but I couldn't find it. I knew it was there because I could only record 15 seconds worth of film. When I moved all the music out of the MP3 folder on my computer, all of a sudden I could get about 2 minutes worth of film. This is a great camera for the daytime and outdoors, and if you get more memory for it it'll be much better and more useful. There IS a flash for the camera, but it is REALLY intense. It's kind of a mixed review, but I'd say go on ahead and buy it, because it's cheap and it works for what it's worth.

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice little camera
This camera is great for people who are looking for a digital camera with an LCD screen, but don't have the money to buy a high end one. There were initial problems, such as having too little light for the camera. But, we got a flash card, and it works great. GET A FLASH CARD, OR USE IN A WELL LIT AREA. Also, the LCD screen is able to be turned off and on, so when I turned it off and my wife went to use it, she thought the screen was broke, so make sure you let the other person know. The battery drain sux, but we got rechargeable batteries, and it only cost us 15.00 dollars. You may have to invest a little more than the initial price, but, for a camera that records live action, and is a web-cam to boot, its wonderful! ... Read more

8. Sony MVC-FD90 Mavica 1.2MP Digital Camera with 8x Optical Zoom
by Sony
list price: $799.99
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Asin: B00004TEYZ
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 3354
Average Customer Review: 4.39 out of 5 stars
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The Sony Mavica MVC-FD90 digital camera combines a powerful 8x opticalzoom lens with a respectable 1.3-megapixel CCD. The camera also features an MPEGmovie mode, audio annotation for your images, and a manual focus ring. Thebuilt-in flash features red-eye reduction and night-synch modes. Built-in zoom,trim, and resize functions encourage manipulation of the images while they arestill in the camera. For maximum image resolution, the camera also includes aninterpolated 1.6-megapixel image setting. Users compose images by viewing the2.5-inch color LCD monitor on the back of the camera. This monitor also revealsthe remaining shooting time in minutes, a well as having indicators for flash,focus, and other functions.

Like most of the other cameras in the Mavica line, the MVC-FD90 uses floppydisks to store photos. At maximum image quality, five images fit on one floppy.At the other end of the spectrum is the e-mail setting, which captures 80 imagesat 320 x 240 resolution on a single disk. To address concerns about the limitednumber of photos one can store on a low-capacity floppy disk, Sony has devised ahigh-capacity solution: the camera will accept the MSAC-FD2M floppy adapter, adevice that looks like a floppy disk. Sony's Memory Stick (available incapacities up to 64 MB) slides into the adapter, and the adapter slides into thecamera's floppy drive, essentially giving you a 64 MB floppy disk.

The package includes a rechargeable lithium-ion battery, a battery charger, ashoulder belt, AV cable, and ArcSoft PhotoStudio software for Windows. ... Read more


  • 1.3 megapixel sensor captures enough detail for photo-quality 5 x 7 prints
  • 8x optical plus 2x digital zoom lens with autofocus
  • 3.5" floppy disk holds five images at maximum resolution; optional adapter stores images on Memory Stick
  • Images can be read by any PC or Mac with a 3.5 inch floppy drive
  • Rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery and AC adapter included

Reviews (33)

5-0 out of 5 stars This is an incredible camer
This camera is another great Sony product in my book. It supports a wide range of resolutions as well as two MPEG recording sizes (320x200 and 160x100). It can record sound along with a snap shot. It has four special effects: solarize, b&w, sepia, and negative art. With the optional MSAC-FD2M floppy addapter you can use Sony's memory sticks to store even more images.

I can go on and on about the feature set for this camera, but I don't have the time. If you are looking for a high quality digital camera that takes sharp pictures then give this one a try.

This camera is very flexible and is definitely worth the money.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fabulous camera - easy to use - great fun!
I own the model that the FD 90 replaced, the FD88 and I have been using it for about a year. I feel I can review the FD90 because it is so similar to the FD88, and is an improvement over mine in a few important respects. The cameras are identical otherwise, except that Sony has made the FD90 into 1.6 megapixel instead of 1.3. This increases the resolution for larger prints and when you compress them (say to e-mail), they won't be grainy. Sony has also added their memory stick capability - a great feature. Let me tell you about my FD88 and since the FD90 is even better, you can judge for yourself. The Sony Mavica FD88 is a terrific digital camera, especially for someone new to the genre and not necessarily extremely Computer literate. It takes great shots and the floppy disk storage medium is very easy to use and download to your PC. While its rated 1.3 million pixels is not as high as some other high level models from other manufacturers, in reality not too many people are going to appreciate much of a difference; the pictures look great, crystal clear, and very professional. Since the FD90 is improved in several respects over an already terrific camera, including somewhat higher resolution (1.6 million pixels), the FD90 has to be a real winner. The memory stick capability is an added bonus - especially if you buy the memory stick-floppy disk converter. Then you can store literally dozens of shots. Well worth the price.

4-0 out of 5 stars easy to use
I have one and the led screen got broken and want to replace because of the ease to use. The pictures come out like a professionals when printed if right settings are used. Absolutely would recomend to most novice of photographers.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good camera for personal use.
I have had this camera for a year and have really enjoyed it. I like saving on 3.5 disk, good for backup for important picures. You can adjust the size, quality, etc. I comes with easy to use software. For 1.6 mega pixel it makes good pictures.

5-0 out of 5 stars a web multimedia studio in one(tiny)box!
I just love this camera. If you want big prints of glossy pictures then buy something else. If you're happy with 6x4 prints, but your main focus is on web content then this the camera for you. Photos, movies, sound recording, automatic creation of email photos - all fantastic for web-savvy snappers.
The images quality is very smooth, with good colour balance, there's lots of auto features but you can override them if you want to. I sometimes shoot 200 pix in a single session (expensive if you're using 35mm!)and carry this thing around as much as possible. Love it! ... Read more

9. Panasonic SV-AS10A D-Snap 2MP Digital Camera (Blue)
by Panasonic
list price: $299.99
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Asin: B0000D15C5
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 1806
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  • Multifunction device: 2.0-megapixel digital camera, QuickTime video recorder, MP3 music player, and digital voice recorder
  • Camera features a built-in flash, ten-second self-timer, and 4x zoom lens
  • MP3/ WMA / AAC music playback; 10-second audio notes with images
  • Includes 8 MB Secure Digital memory card
  • Powered by rechargeable lithium-ion battery pack; connects to PCs via USB 1.1

10. Digital Concepts Gear to Go Cyberpix 1.3MP Digital Camera
by Sakar
list price: $29.99
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Asin: B0000ZG52W
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Sakar
Sales Rank: 606
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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  • 6.3mm fixed focal length lens -- f/2.8 aperture
  • Supports shutter speed between 1/6 and 1/1500 second
  • Maximum sensor resolution -640 x 480 pixels
  • Stores 152 still pictures at VGA resolution
  • Powered by two AAA batteries (not included)

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5-0 out of 5 stars cyberPix digital camera
purchased because I wanted small digital camera to take pictures of things I take apart to fix. Never expected camera to take such clear pictures. I took a picture out of my truck window as i was driving and picture came out awesome. Color reproduction is extremely good and software that came with the camera is many times better than my more expensive larger digital camera. Highly recommended as a take everywhere pocket digital camera. especially like the auto-shut off to save battery life.Easiest download to computer I ever used. Way better than the price would suggest. ... Read more

11. Purple Digital Concepts Kidz Cam Digital Camera Kit
by Sakar International, Inc.
list price: $29.99
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Asin: B0002ZONRE
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Sakar International, Inc.
Sales Rank: 202
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  • Four creative activity centers: story maker, edit center, games center, slide show maker
  • Lots of fun extras: super paint tools, special effects tool, proof sheet maker, font and print options
  • Camera takes up to 152 pictures
  • Download pictures directly to your computer

12. OSI DS6628 1.3MP Slot Flash Slim Digital Camera
by Oregon Scientific
list price: $99.99
our price: $79.99
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Asin: B0000AMDXL
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Oregon Scientific
Sales Rank: 2314
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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  • Resolution 1.3MP
  • Internal Memory 16MB
  • Expansion Memory MMC&SD Card
  • Battery Internal Lithium
  • Arcsoft Photoimpress

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5-0 out of 5 stars great little camera
I used this camera for a few months while my husband was deployed to Iraq. I took pics of the kids and my son took pics of me, so we could email them to our soldier. It was a great way to keep in contact. I didn't have one problem with it. I love the size, fits in my pocket. it has standard digital camera can set a timer, you set if you're taking a close up or far away picture, you set the quality, if you want a higher resolution.
and I brought the media card to the store and put it in the machine to print out the pictures and the quality was great.
This camera is definitely worth the money, it's not a professional camera, but it's the best "everyday" camera I've used!!! ... Read more

13. Logitech 961305-0403Pocket Digital 130 Camera
by Logitech
list price: $149.95
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Asin: B0000D8IS4
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 1303
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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  • Shoot up to 130 photos at a time with 16MB of memory
  • Capture memories both indoors and outdoors with the built-in flash
  • Download the images to your computer with a single click
  • Connect it easily to the USB port of your PC or Mac
  • Enjoy enough battery life to power hundreds of pictures between full recharges

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5-0 out of 5 stars Great pocket size digital!
I needed a pocket size digital camera that I could easily take with me anywhere. I have a 5 year old Sony Mavica that is my workhorse, and it's a great camera, but way to big and bulky for carefree snapshots. After lots of searching and procrastinating I bought this one based on the price, portability, rechargeble internal lithium ion battery, and good reviews. I am greatly pleased with my choice.

It is easy to use, takes very nice photos, is very portable (about the size of a business card and less than an inch thick) and looks and feels nice too, with its brushed stainless, slide open case. It fires up almost instantly, no waiting like with my Mavica. It is compatible with both PC and Mac, and on my Mac I didn't need to use the software that came with it. I just plugged it in (the USB cable also comes with it) and my computer asked if I would like IPhoto to download the pics. 10 seconds later I was done, and the camera was busily recharging the battery through the USB cable. The lithium ion battery does not exhibit the memory affect, i.e. you can recharge it before it is fully discharged without it affecting battery life. SLICK!

This camera does not do it all, there aren't any bells and whistles, just the important basics like a timer function, flash, and choice of 2 format sizes. It also can take up to 188 small format shots without needing a download. For me it's the perfect little portable camera for web and smaller format print photos. What it does, it does very well.

2-0 out of 5 stars Does not live up to the hype
I bought this camera after reading positive reviews on amazon and the web. Don't believe the reviews. The camera is on its way back to amazon as I type this. It is not worth the money.

The pictures come out good if you can hold the camera still long enough for the camera to take the picture. You push the shutter release and have to wait 2-3 seconds before you can move.

Also, the lens is not "true." You have to be pointing the camera perfectly at what you want to get what you think you are getting. No room for error.

4-0 out of 5 stars great camera
This is by far the best 1.3 megapixel camera I have owned and extremely convenient too.It's small and strong enough to carry in any pocket all the time ready for quick use.The power and shoot time
is about 2 seconds with 1 second between subsequent shots.As long as you have reasonably steady hands the picture quality outdoors or under fluorescent lights is excellent.Indoors in poor lighting its a little harder to judge flash distance for good results.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Little Camera
This is a good little camera. Very easy to use, and the shots I took were pretty good. Indoor and close up shots are a little tricky, but overall a great prurchase.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Little Camera
Win an award with this camera I think not, however for what it represents itself to be it delivers. The camera is about as simple as it can get, just point and shoot, the included software is very user friendly and helpful. If your looking for a secondary camera to carry with you for those unplanned, photo opportunities this one is definitely worth considering. The cost is well worth the camera, which is in its on very well made metal cover, and is not only very compact, but nice looking as well ... Read more

14. OCTAVE Multipod 5 in 1 MP1358

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Asin: B0007CHJPK
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Octave Systems, Inc
Sales Rank: 1496
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  • Can capture up to 3,000 full color still photos at 320x240 or 750 full color still photos at 640x480 VGA
  • Built-in USB connection uploads pictures to a computer for storage or for making prints
  • Records up to 12 minutes of video with sound
  • Digital voice recording system accommodates about an hour of dictation - from recording lectures to leaving personal memos
  • At only 3 3/8 long x 15/16 inches wide x 7/8 inches and under one ounce in weight, it can easily be attached to clothing and objects for convenience and practical use

15. Digital Movie Creator II

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Asin: B0002HLKHS
Catlog: Toy
Manufacturer: Prime Entertainment
Sales Rank: 6247
Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars
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  • Requires USB port and 4 AAA batteries(not incl.)
  • They'll get to record still images and audio just by pushing a button
  • Fun tools let them mix, edit and design their own media projects
  • And animation and special effects for a great-looking homemade feature
  • Kid-friendly interface makes accessing the video tools simple for kids

Reviews (1)

1-0 out of 5 stars I hate this toy!
This toy dosn't even work! I hate it so much! Do not buy this! I got this on my 7th Birthday and it dosn't even work. I hate it. ... Read more

16. VIVITAR Vivicam 3345 1.3 Megapixel Multimode Digital Camera

our price: $46.99
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Asin: B00080Q632
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Vivitar
Sales Rank: 435
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Product Description



  • Includes Camera / USB cable / Hand strap / Two AA batteries / User Guide / CD ROM with included data transfer and image enhancement software
  • Point-&-Shoot Simplicity
  • 1.3 Megapixel image resolution for still pictures up to 1280x1024 image resolution
  • Includes 8MB built-in memory for out-of-the-box snapshot capability
  • Captures movie and video images up to 640x480 resolution but typically records about 45 seconds of video at 320x240 when using internal memory

17. OSI DS6618 Digital Camera
by Oregon Scientific
list price: $59.99
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Asin: B0000AMDX8
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Oregon Scientific
Sales Rank: 3196
Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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  • Resolution 640x480
  • Internal Memory 8MB
  • Expansion Memory
  • Battery Internal Lithium
  • Arcsoft Photoimpress

Reviews (1)

1-0 out of 5 stars They should stick to making therometers...
My mom got this camera... wow a digital camera right? Wrong, not just any digital camera, but one the size of a credit card, and with the thickness of about 5 credit cards. To simply put: that is bloody small.

But as in all things, when something is too good to be true, it often is. Though it is very conveniently small and portable, you will notice that there are no other cameras this small on the market. Why? The camera can only take pictures up to 640x468 pixels. If you know anything about printing and digital cameras, that is absolutely horrible. You can print 2x3 inch pictures... but what good are those? Anything bigger than that and you can enjoy crappy-quality photos with a lot of noise and off-the-walls lighting problems.

The camera boasts an Auto-Brite system, which personally, doesn't seem to do much. Other than that, it also boasts being able to hold up to 26 640x468 images, and more with smaller-sized images. That is totally bad, but considering the size of the camera, it's amazing it can hold anything.

The biggest problem with this camera is no LCD display... which is understandable with this size. Creating something this small, makes great conventionality, but sacrifices the most important things about a camera, being able to take a lot of images, quality images, being able to see the images so you can keep taking more or taking a picture again. With this camera, it's just hopelessly aim and click, or make sure you got the perfect set-up, and if it's bad, you will never know until you upload it to your computer.

The camera itself is bad at picture-taking. Lighting is horrible, and colors are all over the place. Worst of all, half the pictures even with the steadiest hand, come out horribly blurry. I also noticed after using this camera for a while, the quality seems to go down a little with time. Not a good thing. Also, the lens can get crooked, resulting in things becoming very off-center.

Simply put, even for 50 bucks this isn't worth it. It's not worth even selling... Any person who wants a quality digital camera needs to be willing to spend at least 300 bucks, not 50 bucks. You're better off buying a one-time use camera... you can at least get at least 81 quality shots with those for this kind of money... ... Read more

18. Kodak MC3 Portable 0.08MP Digital Camera/Camcorder and MP3 Player - 16 MB
by Kodak
list price: $74.99
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Asin: B00005AR3J
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Kodak
Sales Rank: 1447
Average Customer Review: 3.52 out of 5 stars
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Think of Kodak's MC3 as the Swiss Army knife of electronic gadgets. This sleek handheld unit functions as a portable video camera, digital still camera, and MP3 player. We found the device to be well designed, easy to use, and, most importantly, a lot of fun.

As a video camera, the MC3 captures QuickTime format movies with sound at a resolution of 320 x 240 pixels. Users choose from two settings--a high-quality 20 frames per second (fps) mode captures more detail, but fills the CompactFlash memory card at a rate of 15 MB per minute. A more e-mail friendly mode shoots at 10 fps and uses greater compression. This mode makes movies a bit choppier, but still looks fine for most applications and only consumes around 2 MB of memory per minute.

A 1.6-inch color LCD screen on the back of the camera lets you see exactly what you're filming and can also play back footage you've recorded. While most manufacturers use illuminated LCDs, Kodak has opted to use a reflective display instead. In a reflective display, the traditional backlight is replaced with a mirror. This arrangement is thinner, uses less energy, and is less expensive. It's also easier to see when you're outdoors. Unfortunately, it's more difficult to see in low-light situations--seeing what you're shooting in a restaurant will be a challenge.

The videos you create aren't as detailed as those from a camcorder, but the MC3 isn't designed to replace those traditional tape-based devices. Although the movies can be viewed on your TV (with an optional connecting cable), they're really designed to be seen on a computer screen, saved on your hard drive or CD-R, and shared with friends via e-mail.

Though it's not designed primarily as an MP3 player, the MC3's musical abilities are quite good. You get the full set of standard controls (including cue and review within a song), plus several equalizer settings, shuffle mode, and repeat. In addition, the LCD shows artist and title information, plus system settings. The built-in speaker (included primarily for audio playback of your movies) can also be used to play music, though sound quality is much better with headphones. Standard MP3 song files are transferred from your computer to the MC3 via a USB cable, using included software. There's no copy protection, so if you have a dedicated CompactFlash card reader, you can even transfer files directly to and from the memory card.

As a still camera, the MC3 is just OK. Resolution is 640 x 480 (0.3 megapixels), which looks fine on a computer monitor but lacks enough detail to create photo-quality prints, even at snapshot sizes. Photo capabilities are simple to the point of crudeness--there's no flash, the lens is fixed focus, and everything is completely automatic. Still, it works fine for outdoor snapshots, which is where Kodak thinks you'll be using the device most often.

Kodak's software suite that comes with the MC3 adds a whole new dimension to your creativity. The simple-to-use VideoImpression program lets users blend footage and stills with their favorite songs, letting even absolute amateurs create professional-looking productions in a matter of minutes.

Instructions come with the MC3, but it's so well designed that they aren't really necessary. Using the device is as easy as sliding the four-position switch on the back to the appropriate mode (MP3, movie, still, or playback) and turning on the power. When you're ready to try the more advanced features, a screen-based menu system makes it easy to find your way around. Battery life was good, allowing us several hours of MP3 playback and lots of video recording and playback before we needed to replace the three AAA cells. The use of three batteries is a bit odd--most batteries and chargers are sold in twos or fours, so you'll either need to get your batteries 6 or 12 at a time, or use rechargeables and find a charger that lets you charge just three cells.

The MC3 uses standard Type I CompactFlash cards--the same type of cards used by many digital cameras and some PDAs and MP3 players. The device comes with either a 16 or 64 MB card, depending upon price, and cards are currently available from a number of manufacturers in capacities up to 256 MB. Our sample unit came with a 64 MB card, which gave us around 27 minutes of lower-quality video, 4 minutes of high-quality video, 65 minutes of high-quality MP3 music, 500 still pictures, or any combination in between. For our tests, 64 MB was ample, letting us store a dozen songs and leaving enough room for about 12 minutes of lower-quality video. When we started to run out of space for movies, we just deleted our least-favorite songs and started shooting again. Though the 16 MB card that comes with this model is enough to give you an idea of the MC3's potential, we think it's likely that most 16 MB MC3 purchasers will quickly upgrade to a larger card.

Public reaction to the MC3 has been incredible. Whenever we took it out for a test, strangers stopped us to find out more about it and try it for themselves. Something about the design--its sheer simplicity or its friendly design, perhaps--brings out users' creative sides. We found ourselves compensating for the lack of zoom by thrusting the camera closer to the action and shooting videos of scenes we'd never captured with a camcorder. Sure, the MC3 is more of a toy than a tool, but it's an extremely fun toy. It's not much more expensive than an ordinary MP3 player, but the added fun is immeasurable. Kodak has a hit on its hands.


  • For about the same price as an ordinary MP3 player, you also get a video camera and digital camera
  • Well designed, with quality construction and simple controls
  • Lots of fun to use


  • Reflective LCD panel hard to see in dimly lit areas
  • Power choice of 3 AAA batteries is a bit awkward
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  • Combination device plays MP3 music files and captures digital stills and movies
  • Movies recorded in Quicktime format at 320 x 240 resolution
  • Included 16 MB CompactFlash card stores up to 6 1/2 minutes of video or 15 minutes of audio
  • Features a 1.6 inch color LCD display
  • Included software lets you mix video, audio, and stills on your computer

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2-0 out of 5 stars Does it all...but does nothing well
I bought this camera primarily for its mp3 and video capabilities. I already had a digital camera and its a good thing. The picture quality of the MC3 is very poor, so I use my other camera for photos. However, the movie capability is fun, though of relatively poor quality. I found that it's not worth using the mp3 player because, in order to download songs onto the camera, you have to use a complicated program. In addition, sufficient memory is too expensive to deal with. It would have been worth the extra money if Kodak had offered a flash--the camera is worthless inside or in low light. Two good points of the MC3 are its ease of use and its small size. But, that's about it. If you are considering purchasing the MC3 to take photos or play mp3's, don't waste your money. If you want a cheap digital video camera that just so happens to play mp3's and take pictures, you might want to purchase the MC3. But, I would look into other cameras before I would make the purchase.

5-0 out of 5 stars mc3: Buy It!! It's worth the $$$
Kodak mc3: Versatile and Inexpensive Gadget

It's small, light, and rugged -- I take it everywhere -- school, the mall, vacation, hiking.

I've used it for: mp3s on a airplane, videos of fish while waist deep in the ocean, videos while sledding/snowboarding -- even duct taped it to a friends model airplane and flew it around -- (cool movie)!

Pictures: they look good if taken outdoors, or with some daylight -- (the lack of a flash is a clue to use mc3 mostly outdoors).

Video: it got two quality settings -- one is great if you've got a lot of motion and detail. The other is if you want small files (for email) or you want LONG (minutes) movies. The length of a movie clip is limited to the amount of free space on the card. Files are QuickTime -- but the software can change them to .avi. (HINT: buy the video cable -- and recorded your videos to VHS tape.)

mp3: has played 8 to 256 kbps mp3s; it has equalizer/repeat/shuffle; it displays title/artist/album info. Comes with a ripper and player software (RealJukebox for PCs; MusicMatch for Mac). Nice that it doesn't encrypt the mp3 file. (Comes w/ earbuds -- but I like the speaker. (Earbuds are nice for mp3s on the pc.))

Software: I've got both mac and pcs -- it was easy to install on both. Was able to get stuff on/off easy -- but I like the explorer window more than the mac. The picture and video editing programs are very cool! Go google search for "allan harris 1180 WHAM" for some videos a radio station has done using the mc3 product.

Three Comments: 1st -- you're going to use this A LOT -- go buy rechargeable batteries (two sets). (Although alkalines are handy when away from the charger.) 2nd -- Compact Flash Cards -- Big cards hold more, but cost more. What I do for a day is carry a 32MB card (w/ music) and three 8MB cards (for videos/pictures). Upload often. Or buy more cards. 3rd -- No light comes from the display, it is just a reflection. The display quality is like a good color display PDA. Pluses -- It's MUCH easier to see the display outdoors in direct sun light vs other camera displays -- and it's MUCH easier on the batteries. Minus -- It's harder to see it indoors -- but I think it is useable. (FYI: I've noticed that indoor pictures look better on the pc, than on the mc3 display.)

Summary: I love it! Simple controls -- my five year old uses it to take pictures and play music ("Sesame Street" on the airplane). I carry with me in a pack or by the wrist strap listening to mp3s all the time. When I want a picture or video, mc3 is there. Expensive cameras and video equipment are for special occasions -- the mc3 is for my every day stuff.

Punch Line: Simple, fun, easy, rugged, versatile, and inexpensive. Simple Elegance.

5-0 out of 5 stars best camcorder under $200
They should call this the MC1 because it's only useful as a camcorder. As a camcorder that is $120, it gets 5 stars. Everything else out there that is <$200 are ALL 10 frames per second. They claim to be cool but are extremely choppy and look like web cams. A TV is 30fps, movie theaters are 24fps and the MC3 is 20fps. Not perfect buy light years ahead of everything else. Yes it has other problems but nothing that the exact other brands don't have too. Face it; this is the best camcorder you are going to get for <$200. If you like choppy web cam action it will record in 10fps and give you 4X more recording. A 16mb card (included) will give you 1:17min @ 20fps, and a 256mb card will give you 20:06min @20fps. You should buy a 256mb card ($60 ebay) and at least 6 rechargeable AAA batteries + recharger ($25) I've spent days trying to find something better than this and still can't. This is the best of a the junk that is out there. If that means anything.

3-0 out of 5 stars Could be better and could be worse
Overall i would have to say this player is an ok device. i mean for the year it came out in (2000) it was the bomb. But now that so many other much kooler products have cam out i definitly would not recomened gettting it now. If you are serching for the same capacitys of the kodak mac3 i would say go for an Archos. It is a little more but also i s alot better. it can play divx because you can download movies stright from your tv or computer. if not the Archos Av 140 then go for the RCA LYRA 20 gb. If your looking for a low quality mc3 player but it gets the job done go for this one.

3-0 out of 5 stars Light is your friend...
The only reason I got this little gadget was it's ability to do motion captures at 20fps. Unfortunately, it really only works in well-lit areas, even though the audio capture is surprisingly good. MP3 works well and image capture is mediocre to bad. But for all these features at under [money], it's actually quite a bargain. ... Read more

19. VuPoint 640x480 VGA Digital Camera
by Vu Point
list price: $32.99
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Asin: B0002D07CG
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Vu Point
Sales Rank: 1740
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  • Image resolution up to 640 x 480
  • 8MB internal SDRAM
  • Built-in lithium polymer rechargeable battery
  • 10 seconds self timer
  • Windows 98SE, ME, 2000 and XP compatible

20. Hewlett Packard PhotoSmart C215 1.2MP Digital Camera
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $149.99
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Asin: B000051YGF
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 2679
Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars
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The fully automatic C215 features a 1.3-megapixel CCD with 2x digital zoom--perfect for the Web or e-mailing photos to friends and family. Operation is completely intuitive with the camera's autofocus, autoexposure, and red-eye reduction, which are packaged in a simple point-and-shoot design. You can view your photos on the 1.8-inch color LCD monitor and then transfer them to your PC via USB from the included 4 MB CompactFlash card. Please note that a USB port or card reader is required for this camera. ... Read more


  • 2x digital zoom lens with autofocus
  • Included 4 MB CompactFlash memory card holds up to 36 images
  • Connects to PCs via USB port
  • 1.3-megapixel CCD creates 1,280 x 960 images for prints up to 4 by 6 inches
  • Includes auto flash with red-eye reduction; 4 AA batteries included

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2-0 out of 5 stars Inexpensive, but flash and design frustrate overall
This camera is relatively inexpensive, but it's not all it's cracked up to be. Battery life, flash charging time, image processing time, and poor design all conspire to make this a frustrating item.

Battery Life: The only time this camera works as it should (i.e., flash charges in a reasonable time, LCD can be used, etc.) is when used with superior (read "expensive") batteries. There are no rechargeable power options, and when sending photos to your PC, do not attempt to use any power cord but the one HP sells (for a hefty price) or else you run the very real risk of frying the camera.

Design/Ergonomics: The camera's design is very poorly executed. It is difficult to hold the camera steadily without placing your fingers over the lens; consequently one is forced to hold the camera in an awkward way. The viewfinder is not well aligned, and has no depth (i.e., your view out the viewfinder can change a good deal as you slide your eye from one side to the other). Finally, the trigger button has a poor feeling--it's requires that you press down too long.

Flash Charging: As noted above, with anything but the best batteries, the flash will take a ridiculous amount of time to charge up: upto 25 or 30 seconds. I've missed many a photographic opportunities waiting for the flash to warm up. Furthermore the camera's default setting upon powering on is with the flash enabled, and changing that setting takes several seconds too.

Images: This camera does produce good images in most light (although it tends to overplay reds in low light, and underplay reds outdoors). However the time required to process an image between one snapshot and the next is sometimes somewhat slow.

Price: Price is the only real strong point for this unit. In retrospect I would have opted up for something more, especially considering that the price of digital cameras seems to be dropping $50 or so every six months.

1-0 out of 5 stars NOT WORTH THE BOX IT CAME IN *******************************
i paid over 100.00 for this camera new. if i had the chance to buy another one brand new for 10.00 i would pass it up. this is the biggest piece of junk i ever seen in my life. to call customer service its 2.50 a minute with a 10 minute minimum billed to your phone bill. shame on hewlett packard. i will NEVER buy another hewlett packard product.

1-0 out of 5 stars A bug in the software will break the camera
This camera has two very bad problems. First, it goes through batteries like they're going out of style. Several other reviews have advised using rechargeable batteries, but in fact, that's a very bad option with this model. The user manual doesn't explain why, but on page 47 it says "do not use rechargeable batteries." I researched this a little - rechargeable batteries get too hot, putting the camera's innards at risk of melting. More importantly, any use of rechargeable batteries will void the service warranty. A voided service warranty would be bad under any circumstances, but it's especially bad in this case, because this particular camera is more likely to break than many others; there is a bug in its software.

There are two ways to delete pictures from the CF card. You can use the camera itself, or you can use your PC when you have the camera connected. The bug comes into play if you use your PC to delete pictures - you run the risk of "toasting" the camera's firmware. "Toasting" sounds bad, doesn't it? It is indeed very bad - the cost of repairing a "toasted" camera is much greater than the original price of the camera. (Meaning greater than the price of the camera when it was sold new two years ago.) Cameras under the service warranty are simply replaced, but if the service warranty has expired or is void, the customer must pay.

This is a well-known defect; in fact, it is one of the most-discussed problems involving the HP 215 on HP's "Support Forums." The original post dates back to September 19, 2001.

I was fortunate; my camera was still under warranty when it broke. I had an extremely difficult time with HP customer service, but eventually I did convince them to send a replacement.

The replacement camera is adequate, but that's about it. The on/off switch is poorly designed. It takes a delicate touch to properly turn the camera off, and I've lost count of the number of times I've accidentally left it on and returned to find the batteries dead.

The focus & shoot function is aggravating - to "focus" you must gently depress the button half way, and then you must wait for a signal before you can actually take the picture.

Judging the camera functioning as it was designed, I'd have given it 2 1/2 stars. With the software bug and HP's lousy customer service added in, it really doesn't deserve any stars at all!

1-0 out of 5 stars Junk
Don't waste your time or money. Buy something else. I bought this camera 2 years ago. It never worked well, devoured batteries, and the PC interface was so complicated it was not worth the effort. I threw mine in the trash--not even worth donating to a charity. That is how useless it is. Carly should be ashamed of this product.

1-0 out of 5 stars Sturdy....But Not The Best
Ok Here's The Deal...

the HP PhotoSmart 215 Is A Pretty God Camera...THAT IS....If You Have The Money For All The Batteries And The Patience Of The Loading Time In Between Photos!

*Pretty Good Picture Quality

*It's an HP Camera (Their Cameras Stink)
*The Loading Time Between Taking Photos Is FOREVER!!!!!
*Not Worth The Price (Even Though It's Low!!!)
*You Cant Use Rechargeable Batteries, Or It Will Fry The Camera. So You Have To Buy The Ultra Expensive Batteries That Only Last Like 15 Pictures.

Just Take My Advice, And Steer Away From Any HP Cameras, Do Yourself A Favor And Buy An Olympus Or Canon. ... Read more

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