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1. Olympus Stylus Epic Zoom 170 QD
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2. Polaroid Spectra 1200SI Instant
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3. Olympus Stylus Epic QD CG Date
$399.00 list($579.99)
4. Canon EOS Elan 7ne SLR Camera
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5. Canon EOS Elan 7n 35mm SLR Camera
$229.99 $175.04 list()
6. Nikon N75 35mm SLR Camera (Body
$19.88 list($39.99)
7. Fujifilm Quick Snap Single Use
$299.99 $249.99 list()
8. Nikon N75 35mm SLR Camera Kit
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9. Canon 130u Sure Shot 35mm Camera
$212.94 list($259.99)
10. Canon Rebel T2 35mm SLR Camera
$8.99 $7.95 list($22.99)
11. Kodak MAX Water & Sport Single
$915.00
12. LEICA CAMERA CM Professional Compact
$34.99 list($50.99)
13. Lomographic Pop 9 Camera
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14. Olympus Stylus Epic Zoom 115 QD
$139.88 $105.99 list($229.99)
15. Fujifilm Zoom Date 140 35mm Camera
$499.88
16. CTX 310700/RB TVS 35MM CAMERA
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17. Minolta Maxxum 4 Date SLR Camera
$49.88
18. FUJI FILM Zoom Date 60 35mm Point-&-Shoot
19. KONICA Single-Use Camera
20. MAMIYA 645E Rapid Pro Value Pack

1. Olympus Stylus Epic Zoom 170 QD Date 35mm Camera
by Olympus
list price: $255.99
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Asin: B00005ATZP
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Olympus
Sales Rank: 684
Average Customer Review: 3.88 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Powerful 38-170mm (4.5x) high-performance zoom lens
  • Fully automatic operation with intelligent variable-power flash
  • Ultracompact body with all-weather durability against water splashed from any direction
  • Extra-low dispersion (ED) glass lens element
  • Quartz date and time imprinting

Reviews (17)

5-0 out of 5 stars Far Exceeds My Expectations
Bought this camera to replace one I had actually worn out! I run a lot of film through a camera in a year. This point and shoot camera gave me sharp pictures with good color on 400ASA film, indoors with flash. The flash was effective to 17 feet away. I put 200 ASA film in and shot pictures both indoors and out. Results were more than satisfactory. I plan to take this camera to Italy with me instead of my SLR. The zoom is smooth, and the image in the viewfinder is very close to actual picture. I love it! Worth every penny!

5-0 out of 5 stars Olympus Zoom 170
I have owned quite a few cameras in my life, and feel this is one of the best I have come across. The zoom is excellent, and so far, only two rolls of film used, I have had zero failures. The buttons are a little bit small, and I just need to get used to that, the zoom is easy to use. The feel of the camera is good, despite its small size, it fits well in the hand. The point and shoot era is here, and all the years of my using a Nikon 35mm slr seem to be over. This is just too simple and easy. To go back to the changing lenses, carrying all the baggage, etc hardly seems worth the effort if the end result is as good or better.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Camera with excellent zoom
This is simply a great camera. I have used it for over 2 years. I bought it at buy.com when it was newly released. We bought it primarily for the zoom. The zoom is simply excellent. This is one of the best point and shoot i have used. I have used Canon and Minolta before. The controls are all conveniontly placed and the zoom works great. I have never missed a picture.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best in its class.
Simple point and shoot. Awsome zoom. Pictures are consistenly sharp and clear. I'd recommend it, specially for travel when a digital camera just doesn't have enough memory to hold so many pics.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great camera - my 2nd Stylus
Love it! I had my first Olympus Stylus for YEARS. After dropping my first camera way too many times (over many many years), I finally had to replace it. I was sticking with the Olympus Stylus. Like the first one, this camera also takes great pictures - especially close up people-pictures. I always use 200 film and get great results every time. Call me lucky. I don't need all this zoom power though and find I don't use it. Probably a little too much zoom for a hand-held camera, but the photos I take with this camera are very nice. ... Read more


2. Polaroid Spectra 1200SI Instant Camera Kit
by Polaroid
list price: $109.99
our price: $86.26
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Asin: B00004RF6K
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Polaroid
Sales Rank: 1426
Average Customer Review: 4.89 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Polaroid Spectra 1200SI camera kit combines Polaroid's Spectra 1200SI camera with a pack of Spectra film so that you can begin snapping pictures immediately. The Polaroid Spectra 1200SI offers great versatility. A member of Polaroid's instant-camera family, it takes Polaroid's trademark instant pictures. The Polaroid Spectra 1200SI features an electronic viewfinder that provides distance and light information as well as auditory and visual signals that cue you to the right photographic conditions. A panel also allows control of exposure, autofocus, autoflash, and the self-timer. The Polaroid Spectra 1200SI camera kit includes an adjustable hand strap and a five-year warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • Instant camera with premium features
  • Uses Polaroid Spectra Platinum film
  • 10-zone autofocus, automatic flash, and electronic viewfinder
  • Selectable self-timer, picture adjustment on control panel
  • 1 pack of Polaroid Spectra Platinum film included

Reviews (9)

5-0 out of 5 stars The best polaroid camera so far
The last polaroid camera I owned was in the early 70's. I remember squeezing the sides of the shutter button to get a "yes" or a "no" in my view finder before I could take the picture. I also remember pushing single flash bulbs into the flash pocket in front of the camera. Taking a picture with a polaroid was always an event. Despite the fact that this was the only instant camera around, I always felt I had to take my time to get the best picture possible. And, I didn't want to waste precious film as it cost so much. And, it was all black and white (which now have an archival quality to them).

It was with this nostalgia that I purchased this camera and I was delighted. First of all, I love the new compact, sleek design. The camera is still fairly large and heavy. The photo quality is good but not great. No more peeling film or inserting flash bulbs. There are some sophisticated extras on this camera but my favorite is the auto-timer, so now I can take photos of myself. I lent it to a friend who needed to take photos of bridesmaid gowns she was considering to show her sister who was getting married and my friend was hooked. I had to beg for the camera back. Despite the so-so picture quality there's no getting around the "fun" factor of a polaroid. In spite of all the digital technology and sophisticated cameras now available, there is still an itch that only a polaroid can satisfy. I love my polaroid. Get this one.

4-0 out of 5 stars very good
i first bought this as a present for a friend of mine. After i took a few pictures with it,i was honestly very impressed! The picture quality was very good, not great.
The camera was slightly big and in a little bit of an odd shape to hold, but i didnt mind that too much.
Id recommend this camera, but not if your looking for excellent picture quality. Its still a fun camera and really convientant how you dont need to have it developed!

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent! Every picture we took with this camera came out
great! We used it at our wedding for the guest book and I was so happily surprised how great they all came out! Some of the best pictures we have are from this camera!

5-0 out of 5 stars Beautiful Pictures
I'm a Great Grandmother who finds this camera very easy to use. Big improvement over the first Poloroid instant camera which I owned. When I bought this Sprecta 1200si there was a camera case on the same page which I also bought. However, it didn't fit this camera! I would like to know where I can buy one!

5-0 out of 5 stars Superb Photos
The Polaroid Spectra 1200si, using the bright Spectra film, produces superb photos in almost any circumstance. The camera focuses automatically, beeping if you are too close to your subject, and adjusts to various lighting conditions.

The timer feature is simple to use, giving off a very helpful insistent beeping as the picture is about to be taken - rather than taking a photo of you telling your family the camera's about to take a picture, it takes a photo of everyone paying attention to the beeping Spectra.

If all of this beeping is too much to bear, you can set the camera to a silent mode.

I use a variety of Polaroid and Minolta APS cameras for art and family photos. When I need a reliably good picture right away, I reach for the Spectra and am rarely disappointed. Polaroid, by the way, is an extremely responsive company with great technical assistance and customer service. ... Read more


3. Olympus Stylus Epic QD CG Date 35mm Camera
by Olympus
list price: $119.99
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Asin: B000021YU8
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Olympus
Sales Rank: 1448
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Amazon.com Review

The durable Olympus Stylus Epic offers full-featured, high-quality 35mm operation in an affordable package. With this ultra-portable point-and-shoot--one of the smallest 35mm cameras available--you'll never leave your camera at home.

While it's extraordinarily light and small, the Olympus Stylus Epic is heavy on styling and great features. It sports a miniature version of Olympus's signature clamshell sliding case, making it easy to turn the camera on and off. Its good-looking, high impact case is durable and splashproof.

The Olympus Stylus Epic offers the advanced features of Olympus's larger camera lines, including quartz date and time imprinting and a self timer.The Olympus Stylus Epic also has a whopping six flash modes, including automatic, red-eye reduction, and night scene.

The Olympus Stylus Epic was a pleasure to use--it was as small or smaller than many of the new Advanced Photo System (APS) cameras, but uses standard 35mm film. Its tapered design made it easy to slip in a pocket, and since it was little larger than a deck of cards, we found ourselves carrying it everywhere. If you hate lugging even a normal-size point-and-shoot around, the Olympus Stylus Epic has the portability you need.

Pros:

  • Extremely lightweight and compact
  • Durable construction
  • Wide range of flash options
  • Affordable

Cons:

  • Battery compartment is hard to open
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Features

  • Active type multi-beam autofocus system
  • Fully automatic operation
  • Intelligent variable-power flash
  • Spot Mode provides pinpoint exposure accuracy
  • Bright, 0.45X real-image viewfinder

4. Canon EOS Elan 7ne SLR Camera (Body Only)
by Canon Cameras US
list price: $579.99
our price: $399.00
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Asin: B00020BKJI
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 1714
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Features

  • 35mm SLR camera with EF lens mount
  • 7-point wide-area focusing system
  • Advanced multi-mode exposure metering
  • New distance-based E-TTL II flash metering
  • Body only; lenses sold separately

5. Canon EOS Elan 7n 35mm SLR Camera Kit with 28-105mm Lens
by Canon Cameras US
list price: $699.99
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Asin: B00021RFH8
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 1698
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 35mm SLR camera with EF lens mount
  • 7-point wide-area focusing system
  • Advanced multi-mode exposure metering
  • New distance-based E-TTL II flash metering
  • Includes 28-105mm lens

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Canon Triumphs Again!
This is the successor to the EOS Elan 7. It is what the Elan 7 could have been, should have been, and, finally, is. Though the Elan 7 didn't leave much to be desired, there were a couple of modifications that would have made it the perfect camera for intermediate to advanced photographers. These improvements are an illuminated external LCD, better light metering, and faster AF.

The new finish and emblems are gorgeous. The finish is extremely matte, so it's very dark and handsome, and the Elan 7n logo is now a relief on a plaque attached to the body that's also holographic, instead of the painted on white and red logo of the old Elan 7. Though this has nothing to do with its ability to produce amazingly focused and metered images, it sure makes it one heck of an attractive body.

It is arguably one of the quietest 35mm SLR cameras ever made, and I agree. Its whisper drive film transport produces noise so quiet you can only hear it if your ear is pressed right to the body. The mirror and shutter action, though audible, are also well below the sound levels heard in most other cameras. It makes the higher-end Canons, and just about all 35mm Nikons, Minoltas, and Pentaxes sound like gun shots by comparison. Also, when the silent film rewind option is set in the camera's custom functions, this, too, cannot be heard without pressing one's ear to the body. But, even its high-speed film rewind is quiet, if you ask me, and it takes only 5 seconds to rewind a 24-exposure roll of film!

Its auto-focus system is the fastest any Elan has ever seen. It can track things moving at a whopping 31 miles per hour at close distances! Trust me, this is fast! Only the rarest of sporting events would pose a challenge to this camera's AF system.

Its light metering, especially its new E-TTL II flash metering, is almost frighteningly intelligent and accurate. When used with an EX series Speedlite, the camera uses distance information from the lens plus its readings from the 35-zone light meter (both from an ambient light reading and a pre-flash reading) to calculate an appropriate flash exposure. This works in much the same way Nikon's 3D-matrix metering does, so, now, Nikon has some good competition in this category. I find that my Canon Elan 7n with the 420EX Speedlite produces exposures that are just as beautiful as those produced by Nikon systems. And, the high-speed flash sync is wonderful, because I can shoot with wide-open apertures and not worry about not being able to use the flash with the higher shutter speeds that result.

Its shooting speed is a grin-inducing 4 frames per second. Even the EOS 3 only does 3.5 fps without the incredibly expensive power booster with the Ni-MH battery pack, and the Nikon N80 only does about 2.5 frames per second. Oh, and you can get a battery pack for the Elan 7n (the BP-300) that will let you use AA batteries while providing you with an extended horizontal grip for better stability, a vertical grip for more comfortable work in the vertical orientation, and vertical shutter release and exposure lock buttons. Even the Nikon N-80 doesn't offer a vertical grip or shutter release with its battery pack.

This camera features mirror lockup, with the ability to use the RC-1 or RC-5 infrared wireless shutter remote. So, now, not only do you not get camera shake from the mirror going up during macro photography, but you also don't have to touch anything attached to the camera such as a shutter release cable, which could also cause camera shake. That's awesome.

The Elan 7n also lets you customize its settings and performance with 13 custom functions. This includes mirror lockup (another feature missing from the Nikon N80 or lower-end Canons), leaving the film leader out after rewinding it, controlling what the various buttons on the body do, as well as how the camera controls auto-focus assist lights, the flash, etc.

And, let's not forget its 7-point wide-area auto-focus, with selectable points and light metering being linked to the selected focus point.

All of these features, plus several I didn't even mention, make for extremely reliable point-and-shoot simplicity for the casual or inexperienced photographer who wants to get great shots without the hassle of learning all the stuff that's involved in true hands-on photography, yet the camera provides more features than even the pros can shake a stick at. And, it does it for around $300.00, which is 1/3 to 1/4 of the cost of comparable bodies.

Canon has triumphed once again!

PRO's:

-Durable
-Reliable
-Affordable
-Fast
-Quiet
-Exceptionally accurate (both in focusing and metering)
-Packed with features
-Stylish
-Compatible with a very nice line of accessories

CON's:

-My only complaint about this camera is its lack of a real focus assist beam. Most of the EOS bodies have built-in near-infrared focus assist lights that project patterns of vertical, horizontal, or combinations of both lines onto the subject for low-light and low-contrast AF operation. Why on Earth Canon decided to make the Elan 7/7n's built-in flash the AF assist light seems to defy all conventional logic and wisdom. First, it fires a short but rapid burst of flashes that are not only annoying to the user, but generally frightening to living subjects (I used it in a restaurant once with my Elan 7, and people actually screamed in terror...I've since learned to disable this in the custom functions...in fact, it was the first CF I set when I got the Elan 7n). Second, if it's being used for low-contrast subjects, well, it just doesn't help there at all, because it doesn't add any contrasting patterns for the AF system to focus on. However, when you attach an external flash, this problem is usually solved, because most dedicated flash units have focus assist beams. ... Read more


6. Nikon N75 35mm SLR Camera (Body Only)
by Nikon

our price: $229.99
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Asin: B00008ZPN3
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 1286
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Multi-CAM 900 Sensor ? 5 focus detection areas offer broad horizontal and vertical coverage
  • 3 AF Area Modes -Dynamic AF - Center Subject Priority Dynamic AF - and Closest Subject Priority Dynamic AF
  • Auto Servo AF locks on the subject, whether stationary or in motion, with unique overlap servo method and NIKON Lock-On technology
  • AF sensors work with every AF Nikkor lens, regardless of maximum aperture
  • 25-segment 3D Matrix Matering employs sophisticated algorithms and a database of more than 30K scenes of actual shooting data

Reviews (12)

4-0 out of 5 stars Very good - but make sure you're comfortable with size
It is essentially a facelift job on Nikon N65 (marketed outside US as F65), and all the good things that can be said about N65 apply to this product, too: it's reliable, it's capable of fully-manual operation (although this can be a little fiddly and N75 will feel more natural in automatic or semi-automatic mode).

Quality of pictures, for the price, is stunning, and in the line-up of entry-to-medium level SLRs this is definitely the one to choose (for example, auto-focus speed beats Canon equivalent hands down; Canon Rebel 300 - marketed outside US as Canon EOS 300 - also looks decidedly like a cheap compact camera with a big lens on top).

For many, many users (including myself) it will provide all the advanced functions that they will ever want. Pricier "professional" cameras like N80 are of course more robust and may have a few extra features or even faster AF, but the difference in price will be so significant that you will have to be a heavy user to make a more expensive camera pay for itself.

The only reservation about N75 is the size: Nikon tried to make this camera as small as possible, which makes it more agreeable for delicate hands (or so they think). For someone like me, a person with bigger paws, it does not feel right - it is just not chunky enough to provide a good grip: a lightweight camera it might be, but still it is no compact thing which you could put in your shirt pocket. This is an important consideration: all the good features will bring you no joy if you feel awkward holding the camera in your hands.

5-0 out of 5 stars One great camera
This camera is amazing. I've been using one for about 5 months and I'm amazed at the high quality pictures I've gotten. The camera has a lot of advanced features that allow even someone new to SLR photography to take excellent pictures. The camera also includes 4 priority modes which allow you to develope even more as a better photographer.

The lens that comes with the camera is a 28-80mm f3.3-5.6 Nikkor. This is a good all around lens. I used it for the first three months solo before getting a 70-300mm lens. I still use the 28-80 a lot, but if you plan on continuing taking pictures, then you should get a bigger telephoto lens.

The camera is very easy to use and if you get one, experiment with all the functions on the camera. You will most likely be very happy with the results.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Camera f
This is a great camera for amateurs because it has Nikon quality at a great price. Please don't think cheap piece of crap, though. Its zoom isn't great but thats why it's for amateurs. Note: NOT FOR BEGINNERS FOR THAT A SIMPLE POINT AND SHOOT WILL DO. It's easy to load and to use. And has a dicent flash syncro of 1/90. I also reccomend a Quantaray Filter to replace the lense cap becuse after a while the lense cap get extremely annoying.

4-0 out of 5 stars Need to know something about the N75
I now own a N60 which does not work with an external flash, I would like to know before purchasing this one if the external flash would work with it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent, economical SLR
I love my Nikon N75 - it's by far the best camera I've ever owned. I've had it for several months now, and have taken the best pictures of my life with it. A great first SLR, due to the ability to leave it in fully automatic mode at first, and then start using the expanded features as you learn.

I mainly wanted to write this review to debunk the 'error' a previous reviewer was complaining about. They really should read the owner's manual... The 'film not loaded error icon' that they are talking about is used in two ways on this camera. If when you first load the film, something goes wrong, this will blink to indicate the film was not loaded correctly. The second use is as a 'low-film' indicator. When you're looking through the viewfinder, this light will blink when you hit 5 exposures left. It's obviously meant to let you know you're getting close to the end of your film, so you don't miss that 'perfect shot' due to running our of film. The fact that the reviewer went through several of these cameras, and never figured this out astounds me. I've never had to contact Nikon support, but I would hope that the support person I got would be a little more knowledgeable than the people she talked too...

Overall, if you're looking to get started with an SLR, you can't go wrong with this camera. I would, however, suggest that you visit your local Ritz (or equivilent camera shop) to hold onto the camera, and compare it to a few others. I was all set to buy a Canon Rebel Ti, based soley on reviews - until I went to the shop. It just felt wrong in my hands, where the Nikon felt perfect. It's all a matter of personal preferrence, so you'll want to make sure you're getting the right one.

I've also been pretty hard on this camera since I got it (Ritz has an optional replacement warranty, so I've not been too worried) - including getting it soaked on a boat trip. It's kept on going through everything I've thrown at it - very durable.

Pros:

-Can be used as a point-and-shoot when needed (or while learning)
-Has the ability to control every aspect of the picture taking process.
-Great built in flash
-Amazing 25 point 3D metering system
-Controls are all easily accesible while holding the camera
-In my opinion, it just feels sturdier and more comfortable in your hand than the Canon Rebel Ti - Canon's equivilant camera

Cons:
-Being an SLR, it's a little on the big side. It is, however, lighter than you might expect. Basically, you have to be making the commitment to carrying it around with you. For this, I'd highly recommend one of the lowepro bags - they're about the smallest you can get for this type of camera. ... Read more


7. Fujifilm Quick Snap Single Use Wedding Camera Pack (4-Pack)
by Fujifilm
list price: $39.99
our price: $19.88
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Asin: B000068GRV
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Fujifilm
Sales Rank: 1611
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Features

  • Kit contains 4 single-use cameras with flash
  • Each camera comes pre-loaded with 15 exposures of ISO 800 film for maximum versatility indoors or outdoors
  • Fixed-focus lens, built-in flash
  • 60 total exposures

8. Nikon N75 35mm SLR Camera Kit with 28-80mm f3.5-5.6 Nikkor Lens
by Nikon

our price: $299.99
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Asin: B00009WO84
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 1505
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • More Portable - This Nikon SLR is compact and light enough for anyone to handle.
  • Enhanced Versatility - With fully automatic mode and five Vari-Program modes.
  • Sharper Pictures -Five-Area Dynamic Autofocus.
  • Nikkor Lens - 28-80mm f3.5-3.6
  • Superior Exposure - 25-Segment 3D Matrix Metering to capture scene in detail

Reviews (12)

4-0 out of 5 stars Very good - but make sure you're comfortable with size
It is essentially a facelift job on Nikon N65 (marketed outside US as F65), and all the good things that can be said about N65 apply to this product, too: it's reliable, it's capable of fully-manual operation (although this can be a little fiddly and N75 will feel more natural in automatic or semi-automatic mode).

Quality of pictures, for the price, is stunning, and in the line-up of entry-to-medium level SLRs this is definitely the one to choose (for example, auto-focus speed beats Canon equivalent hands down; Canon Rebel 300 - marketed outside US as Canon EOS 300 - also looks decidedly like a cheap compact camera with a big lens on top).

For many, many users (including myself) it will provide all the advanced functions that they will ever want. Pricier "professional" cameras like N80 are of course more robust and may have a few extra features or even faster AF, but the difference in price will be so significant that you will have to be a heavy user to make a more expensive camera pay for itself.

The only reservation about N75 is the size: Nikon tried to make this camera as small as possible, which makes it more agreeable for delicate hands (or so they think). For someone like me, a person with bigger paws, it does not feel right - it is just not chunky enough to provide a good grip: a lightweight camera it might be, but still it is no compact thing which you could put in your shirt pocket. This is an important consideration: all the good features will bring you no joy if you feel awkward holding the camera in your hands.

5-0 out of 5 stars One great camera
This camera is amazing. I've been using one for about 5 months and I'm amazed at the high quality pictures I've gotten. The camera has a lot of advanced features that allow even someone new to SLR photography to take excellent pictures. The camera also includes 4 priority modes which allow you to develope even more as a better photographer.

The lens that comes with the camera is a 28-80mm f3.3-5.6 Nikkor. This is a good all around lens. I used it for the first three months solo before getting a 70-300mm lens. I still use the 28-80 a lot, but if you plan on continuing taking pictures, then you should get a bigger telephoto lens.

The camera is very easy to use and if you get one, experiment with all the functions on the camera. You will most likely be very happy with the results.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Camera f
This is a great camera for amateurs because it has Nikon quality at a great price. Please don't think cheap piece of crap, though. Its zoom isn't great but thats why it's for amateurs. Note: NOT FOR BEGINNERS FOR THAT A SIMPLE POINT AND SHOOT WILL DO. It's easy to load and to use. And has a dicent flash syncro of 1/90. I also reccomend a Quantaray Filter to replace the lense cap becuse after a while the lense cap get extremely annoying.

4-0 out of 5 stars Need to know something about the N75
I now own a N60 which does not work with an external flash, I would like to know before purchasing this one if the external flash would work with it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent, economical SLR
I love my Nikon N75 - it's by far the best camera I've ever owned. I've had it for several months now, and have taken the best pictures of my life with it. A great first SLR, due to the ability to leave it in fully automatic mode at first, and then start using the expanded features as you learn.

I mainly wanted to write this review to debunk the 'error' a previous reviewer was complaining about. They really should read the owner's manual... The 'film not loaded error icon' that they are talking about is used in two ways on this camera. If when you first load the film, something goes wrong, this will blink to indicate the film was not loaded correctly. The second use is as a 'low-film' indicator. When you're looking through the viewfinder, this light will blink when you hit 5 exposures left. It's obviously meant to let you know you're getting close to the end of your film, so you don't miss that 'perfect shot' due to running our of film. The fact that the reviewer went through several of these cameras, and never figured this out astounds me. I've never had to contact Nikon support, but I would hope that the support person I got would be a little more knowledgeable than the people she talked too...

Overall, if you're looking to get started with an SLR, you can't go wrong with this camera. I would, however, suggest that you visit your local Ritz (or equivilent camera shop) to hold onto the camera, and compare it to a few others. I was all set to buy a Canon Rebel Ti, based soley on reviews - until I went to the shop. It just felt wrong in my hands, where the Nikon felt perfect. It's all a matter of personal preferrence, so you'll want to make sure you're getting the right one.

I've also been pretty hard on this camera since I got it (Ritz has an optional replacement warranty, so I've not been too worried) - including getting it soaked on a boat trip. It's kept on going through everything I've thrown at it - very durable.

Pros:

-Can be used as a point-and-shoot when needed (or while learning)
-Has the ability to control every aspect of the picture taking process.
-Great built in flash
-Amazing 25 point 3D metering system
-Controls are all easily accesible while holding the camera
-In my opinion, it just feels sturdier and more comfortable in your hand than the Canon Rebel Ti - Canon's equivilant camera

Cons:
-Being an SLR, it's a little on the big side. It is, however, lighter than you might expect. Basically, you have to be making the commitment to carrying it around with you. For this, I'd highly recommend one of the lowepro bags - they're about the smallest you can get for this type of camera. ... Read more


9. Canon 130u Sure Shot 35mm Camera Quartz Date Camera Kit
by Canon Cameras US
list price: $179.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B00007033W
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 1877
Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 4.2x zoom lens has an extended focal-length of 38mm to 130mm for wide-angle, normal, portrait and telephoto perspectives
  • Passive 3-point Autofocus system
  • Exclusive Best Shot Dial for simplified exposure settings including programmed autoexposure
  • High-eyepoint viewfinder with dioptric adjustment for people with varying degrees of vision
  • Built-in electronic flash with multiple modes, including Red-Eye reduction

Reviews (9)

5-0 out of 5 stars Nice camera
Nice camera, Nice features. Rating this camera low because it didn't come with a battery is nonsense. Takes good pictures.

4-0 out of 5 stars simple and easy
Great Camera for the price. It's simple and compact which makes it easy to point and shoot. I would have given it five stars but it came without battery. Overall very satisfied.

1-0 out of 5 stars Why ship a new camera without a battery?
Why isn't the purchaser informed the camera comes without a battery? It's the first camera I have ever purchased which required a battery and wasn't delivered with one. Because of this I am not able to rate this camera.
I have tried to turn the camera on to no avail. My wife also was unable to turn the camera on. So, we have presumed the camera has no battery. Neither of us were able to open the battery compartment to verify the absence of a battery because evidently neither of us has the required strength to do this. I shall take this to a camera store sometime this week to check the camera out. I placed a roll of film in the camera but nothing happened when I closed the case. The film was not taken up. The number "1" did not appear on the screen indicating the camera was ready for action. What more can I say???

3-0 out of 5 stars Almost everything we wanted.
When we went shopping for a camera to replace our current one, this is the one that we came across. My brother even has the same camera and he loves it. We did research and found that it had everything that we needed until upon receiving the camera, we found that it doesn't have the date caption that we thought that it did. There are two different models of this camera, one says caption and one doesn't. We had seen the one with caption at many other stores and didn't realize that there was a model without a caption.It is a great camera, unless the date caption is an important feature for your family.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great camera!!!! If you have kids...this is for you!!!
Finally I have found the camera for me! I have shopped around quite a bit, and have done alot of research! I have tried "Nikon"..."Minolta" and they do not even compare to this camera!

I have kids and taking pictures fast is a must for me! I have yet to miss a moment! The flash is ready to go quickly after a picture is taken,(so you can take 2 pics of your baby doing something cute!!)You do not have to keep someone smiling while the red eye reducer light is working, it is that fast!! The view finder is large, so you can find something moving around in the view finder quite easily! It is small and compact to keep in my purse.
I also use the Canon Rebel SLR...another great find!! But when you need a small point and shoot...this is the way to go!

TWO THUMBS UP!!!! Worth every penny I paid for!! Canon is a name to depend on! ... Read more


10. Canon Rebel T2 35mm SLR Camera (Date Body)
by Canon Cameras US
list price: $259.99
our price: $212.94
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Asin: B0002XRWRO
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 2205
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Features

  • Fully automatic 35mm autofocus SLR camera
  • 7-point high-speed, wide-area selectable autofocus
  • Ergonomic design with secure grip, large backlit LCD screen
  • Enhanced built-in flash with advanced E-TTL II autoflash
  • Body only; Compatible with Canon EF lenses

11. Kodak MAX Water & Sport Single Use Camera
by Kodak
list price: $22.99
our price: $8.99
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Asin: B000066HUG
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Kodak
Sales Rank: 252
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Single-use camera
  • Waterproof up to 50 feet
  • Shock-proof rubber shell
  • Scratch-resistant lens
  • Stocked with Kodak MAX Versatility Plus 800 Film

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars Fun for Water in the Sun Shots
My friends and I took a trip to the Oregon Coast last weekend or some boogie boarding and wouldn't you know it, half way there I realized I left my camera at home! We pulled into a mini mart and I picked up this great little single use camera.

This little Kodak camera worked out so much better than my digital would have anyway - seeing as I wouldn't have dared bring the digital INTO the water! The pictures came out crisp and full of color, it was fun to use and to take underwater pictures of friends, and to top it off it was super cheap! This is actually my first experience with a single use camera where the photos came out good (it's been a long time since I've used one and those pictures came out all grainy.)

Others mentioned the lack of flash as a downfall, but for daytime use it worked like a gem. I'd recommend this camera to anyone who wants to take some water shots in the sun. For that use, this a five star item!

3-0 out of 5 stars No flash no big deal?
My wife and I bought this camera at the last minute to take with us to Hawaii for our honeymoon. We went snorkeling in Molikini (who hasn't?) and I have to say 3 things about this camera that have been mentioned already but need to be taken into serious consideration.

1. Price - A $10 waterproof disposable camera is very reasonable. I think for the price this camera is everything it is suppossed to be. The charter we went on the snorkeling trip with was renting $400 cameras with all the bells and whistles for $20 and $10 per roll of film.

2. Flash - For a snorkeling trip, and staying close to the surface I have to say this camera didn't do too bad. The colors were a bit blueish but nothing that I can't live with. As far as my 25 foot dive down to a turtle to get a picture, I shouldn't have wasted the picture, it is dark and blurry without a flash.

3. Eye Piece - This is a big pain to use with goggles. I eventually stopped trying to aim and just started snapping pictures. I would have to say that to be able to take clear photos underwater this camera needs a bigger eye piece.

Overall I was satisfied with this camera but to tell you the truth I wish I would have rented the camera from the boat with the flash (if only for the picture of me and a giant turtle).

3-0 out of 5 stars Not bad for under 10 bucks
I used 2 of these cameras on vacation in Aruba. I took one down to 85ft with no problems. There is no flash so you better have great visibility or there will be no pictures. The camera is bouyant so you also need to use the rubber band tether that comes with it. I did not put it in my BC pocket for fear that it would come out and rush to the surface. But it was fine on my wrist.

4-0 out of 5 stars No enough sunlight under 10m,,, no flash either :-(
This camera looks really good and promising. Although Kodak says it could down to 50ft, the camera itself has the phrase "max 35ft or 10m" written on it. But we reached 60ft and nothing happened to it. It didn't break or leak! It also is a little bit buoyant, which means it won't sink if dropped, instead it will ascend.

It has two disadvantages; the first is its lack to a flash. There isn't much sunlight under 35ft of sea water and so the photos turned out a little too dark and bluish. After color correction the photos turned so pale and spotted. The pictures taken above 20ft were awesome. The second disadvantage is that the camera's eye lens it too small for someone who is wearing a diving mask (goggle).

The camera doesn't lose its color to the eye even under 60ft since it is blue. And it has a place where a rope or a nylon tape can be tied to it so it can be attached to the diving jacket (BCD).

It is not perfect, but it's the best.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Camera - both underwater and above
I recently took this camera on vacation with me to the Cayman Islands. It was wonderful! My pictuers came back clearer than what I had expected them to. The only thing I would change is the shutter button. It is located in the front of the camera and is kind of hard to push. The button is a little okward. ... Read more


12. LEICA CAMERA CM Professional Compact 35mm Camera
by Leica Camera

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Asin: B00014M3XW
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Leica Camera
Sales Rank: 1039
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Brilliant real-image viewfinder with detailed LED display make composition and controlling photographic parameters easy!
  • 40mm f/2.4 LEICA SUMMARIT lens (6 elements in 4 groups) with multi-layer coating
  • Passive phase-detecting autofocus
  • Exposure override from -2 EV to +2 EV in 1/3 EV steps
  • Autofocus and manual focus

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars The ultimate in 35mm point & shoot cameras!
Of course it is the ultimate, it is well made by Leica, in Germany. I found the camera to be solid and easy to use. Read the extensivly detailed manual (in three languages, including english) to discover the many features and flexibility of this work of art and design. My cloud and indoor pictures have turned out exceptionally sharp with an (almost) idiot-proof metering and auto/manual focusing system. Since I wear glasses, the adjustable diopter in the viewfinder has helped me a great deal. The on body flash is powerful, and an excellent computer integrated accessory flash is available (Leica SF 24 D). The camera's large LCD data screen makes reading your adjustments easy. I have taken a lot of pictures in my lifetime of 68 years, with a lot of different makes and types of cameras and films. All camera systems are the result of a lot of compromises, and this one is something to dream for. Even with the advent of of the digital cameras, This film camera is exceptional! It was worth every cent I paid for it and the flash. ... Read more


13. Lomographic Pop 9 Camera
by Lomographic Cameras
list price: $50.99
our price: $34.99
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Asin: B00006AG7B
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Lomographic Cameras
Sales Rank: 953
Average Customer Review: 3.89 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Outdo Andy Warhol and push the borders of pop art into new territory with the Pop 9 camera. Equipped with nine lenses arranged as a square, the Pop 9 produces photos with a grid of nine mini-photos produced from the corresponding lenses. Since each lens is a few millimeters apart and has a slightly different perspective, each photo provides a unique take on the same object.
(All sample images)
The built-in automatic flash provides you with even more shooting opportunities.

Also included with the camera are a 35mm color film roll, AA battery, full-sized editorial poster, and multilingual instructions. Read the directions to get a feel, but experiment above all else. Take the Pop 9 into the world and reorganize it in a three-by-three pattern. ... Read more

Features

  • One single shot produces 9 identical images on one print
  • Built-in flash allows for gorgeous results in low-light and at night
  • Compatible with all 35mm film
  • Fashionable metallic goldexterior
  • Includes 1 roll of 35mm film and 1 AA battery

Reviews (9)

3-0 out of 5 stars Laughs just for taking it out of the box
Never in my life do I recall taking an item out of the box and receiving such a swell of laughter. Every time I bring this plasitc camera out, manually switch on the flash, manually advance the film and of course, forget to remove the lens cover (manually), my guests laugh enough that they don't have to say cheese. As of yet, I have never taken a picture that shows my subjects in their entirity. I havent even gotten used to what I have to do to get a picture that doesn't draw yet more laughter. I know that you can not be close to your subject if you even want to see their whole face.
I didn't expect this to be a digital quality, sharing the moments type of camera and it is a good thing. My guests and I do share the same feeling that it is a fun camera just preparing the camera for use. Quality -- NO * Fun -- OK * Amusing -- Yes

3-0 out of 5 stars Why?
My imagination must be broken and I have asked several people so theirs must be broken, too. Why would anyone want a camera that takes 9 images of exactly the same thing? If you want 9 prints, just have 9 prints made. If you have a digital camera, as I do, just print 9 copies on the same piece of photo paper. Please feel free to educate me as I am totally baffled.

1-0 out of 5 stars Broken
I opened the package to find a cheaply-made camera. All my disposable cameras look better than this. I can't comment on the picture quality because the camera would not advance the film - the advance wheel is stuck, and the button to free the wheel is stuck also. A piece of junk I'm returning it back to Amazon today.

5-0 out of 5 stars FUN!!!
This camera has got to be the funnest thing I've ever owned! You get four photos per frame, so basically there are four 2"x3" images per 4"x6" photo. The photo quality is awesome - nice, crisp and full of color. Plus, this it is super easy to use and load.

It's fun to keep the photos intact and look at the variations per image, but I've started cutting the photos and using them in craft projects - collages, greeting cards, etc. And they are perfect wallet size! The possibilities are endless.

Buy one and enjoy it!

4-0 out of 5 stars Cheap and Cheerful
I agree with the other reviewer who said this was a cheap little plastic camera. It is, but the photos were great quality, crisp, clear images and vivid color; just as good as you'd get with a "regular" camera. Immediately, I started taking all kinds of artsy-fartsy pictures, wondering how they'd look once they were developed. My pictures came out almost looking like postcards. I got the best results taking close-up shots of things. I'd also reccomend taking pictures of neon signs. I did the Radio City marquee. Very cool.

I only give this product 4 stars, because I dropped it on the ground, and it half opened up. None of the film was compromised, and the AA battery they sent with the camera was dead. ... Read more


14. Olympus Stylus Epic Zoom 115 QD Date 35mm Camera
by Olympus
list price: $249.99
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Asin: B00005B713
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Olympus
Sales Rank: 2776
Average Customer Review: 3.29 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Though slimmer than its predecessor (the Stylus Zoom 115), the Stylus Epic Zoom 115 QD still maintains the same high level of quality and performance. Its 38-115mm, 3x zoom lens lets you zoom in for candid close-ups and zoom out for large scenes or group photos. The bright, real-image viewfinder makes your shots easy to frame and compose.

The Stylus Epic Zoom 115 QD uses Olympus's exclusive auto color-balancing flash to give your images truer, more natural color, even when shooting in artificial or fluorescent lighting conditions. Its built-in flash has several mode options, including auto flash, fill-in, off, red-eye reduction, night scene, and variable power flash. When these high-quality optics are combined with the flexible flash system, you get outstanding picture color, clarity, and sharpness.

At just under eight ounces, and constructed of weatherproof material, you can take this camera with you anywhere without worrying about rain or splash damage. The rear LCD panel makes function control more convenient and easier to read, while the dioptric can be adjusted to meet the needs of your individual eyesight. You can even print the date on your images with the date feature. ... Read more

Features

  • 35mm compact point-and-shoot
  • 38-115mm 3x zoom lens with autofocus
  • Multi-mode flash features red-eye reduction
  • Automatic film loading, advance, and rewind
  • Features date imprinting and self-timer

Reviews (14)

5-0 out of 5 stars Rugged, Easy to Use, Good Price
At last, here is an all-purpose, easy-to-use camera that provides a variety of built-in accessories. The Olympus Stylus Zoom 115 QD camera is a great find at a reasonable cost. Best of all, the learning curve is short. After 30 years of using a 35-mm Pentax with six exchangeable lenses, and another 15 years of using one of the first one-step Minoltas, I began to look for a simple camera that was lightweight and not fussy.

I needed a camera that could take excellent quality, in-focus shots of my craft booth set up, because show juries demand them. The camera needed to be small, durable, tough, and take the same quality shots indoors and out, with natural lighting and under fluorescent and indoor stadium lighting. If the same camera could take some close ups of my jewelry so I could scan the shots and send them to clients to give them an idea of a design, so much the better. And I didn't have a lot of money to spare, either.

After some in-person and on-line research I decided on the Olympus Epic Zoom 115 QD. I read through the instruction book once. I made one mistake loading the film (if you don't load it right the first time, don't push "rewind" -the tail end of the film will be sucked into the roll). That was it. My first roll produced some good shots and some excellent shots, and the second roll had no throw-away shots. The variable focus provides a lot of flexibility. No red eyes on flash, not even on the cats. No complaints. For the price, snap this camera up.

5-0 out of 5 stars An Excellent Camera with a Great Telephoto Lens
The camera is compact, solid but light, and very easy to use. The images are very good to excellent. All the features seems to work just fine. The telephoto lens really brings images in. Its relative resistance to water-spray helps with boating photography. So far it has worked without a hitch. Though I own a digital camera, I believe that a film camera like this is still preferable for travel or for taking many pictures in a short time. All you have to do is plop a new film in and keep going, and then drop it off for development and you will end up with photos that will not fade out in a few years. I highly recommend this Olympus for an uncomplicated way of handling photography in an economical fashion and ending up with excellent results.

2-0 out of 5 stars Not Recommended
I loved the features on this camera when I first purchased it. However, on only the 2nd or 3rd roll of film, I noticed the pictures (particulary the zoom pictures) were fuzzy. Olympus diagnosed the problem as the lens being off center. Now only 2 years later, the lens cover has broken off and the motor is not working properly. I am now looking for a new camera, but definately not an Olympus.

3-0 out of 5 stars Very nice camera, BUT....
We have bought six Olympus's for our large family of grown children. They are easy to use, relatively inexpensive, and compact. But, they have a major flaw. On three of the six cameras we have bought, the lins cover has broken and this prevents the camera from operating. The authorized service places in Houston Texas say they can not get the parts to repair this product deficiency.

1-0 out of 5 stars Camera Broke on First Use
The lens cover broke on the first use!!! I will never buy an Olympus Product again! ... Read more


15. Fujifilm Zoom Date 140 35mm Camera
by Fujifilm
list price: $229.99
our price: $139.88
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Asin: B00005U1UI
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Fujifilm
Sales Rank: 5742
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Take photos in practically any environment and be confident that Fuji's Zoom Date 140-35mm camera will come through. Its zoom lens has a 3.7x magnification to provide a range of shooting options. The multimode autoflash compensates for low light and also reduces the annoying red-eye phenomenon, and the Fuji Zoom Date 140 gives you manual control of the flash to give you more precise control over your photos. You can use the night portrait mode and landscape mode to customize the 120 to your setting for even better pictures.

The Fuji Zoom Date 140's LCD panel displays handy information about the current operating modes. The optional date-and-time imprinting function lets you keep track of when your photos were taken. Handling film is convenient with its easy film-loading system and automatic film rewinding. The camera automatically shuts off when you accidentally leave it on for too long to save battery power. The Fuji Zoom Date 140 also has a sequential self-timer to use for group photos and self-portraits. ... Read more

Features

  • 35mm compact point-and-shoot camera
  • 38-140mm 3.7z zoom lens with autofocus
  • Multi-mode flash features red-eye reduction
  • Automatic film prewinding and advance
  • Quartz date imprinting

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars What a find
What a find! I have owned many cameras, but this model is fantastic! For a casual user, my families vacation, new baby, and leisure shots are remarkable (Note: I have only used fugi film, rather than other brands, and truly believe that the quality photos are due to the fact that cheap film is not being used). This product is well worth the money!! As for the other reviewer having problems with loading film, I have experienced this, however, if you result to the directions, you are only supposed to place the tip of the film in the loading department, my problem was that I placed to much film, and it wouldn't advance, I have not had a problem in 2 years.

1-0 out of 5 stars 3 days...and poof...gone
3 days after buying this camera...the second roll of film will not load into it. Maybe we just bought a bad one...who knows? It will be returned this afternoon for a different brand. Don't waste your time. Stick to other reliable brands. ... Read more


16. CTX 310700/RB TVS 35MM CAMERA

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Asin: B0009CEJYC
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Contax
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Features

  • Auto Focus + Manual Control
  • Uses 35mm Film
  • 28-56mm Carl Zeiss zoom lens
  • Aperture Priority auto-exposure
  • Programmed auto-exposure

17. Minolta Maxxum 4 Date SLR Camera (Body Only)
by Konica Minolta
list price: $259.99
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Asin: B00006A6XJ
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Konica Minolta
Sales Rank: 7331
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Minolta Maxxum 4 is the perfect camera to carry on your next adventure. Whether you are new to photography, or a seasoned amateur, the Maxxum 4 has all the features to create beautiful images, and it sports a sophisticated ergonomic design to make photography intuitive and effortless.

(Note that this package does not contain a lens; see also the Maxxum 4 Date SLR with 28-80mm zoom lens.)

Its super-fast autofocus system with a central cross sensor and two vertical side sensors enables you to capture razor-sharp images of fast-moving subjects. The 14-segment honeycomb-pattern metering system ensures beautiful photos under the most difficult lighting condition. For creative image compositions, the ability to switch between the wide focus area and the local focus areas is available in order to single out an off-center subject without recomposing the shot.

For maximum autofocus control, the Maxxum 4 has three AF modes: single-shot, continuous/predictive, and automatic. Single-shot AF locks focus on stationary subjects. Continuous/predictive AF tracks moving subjects right up to and during the moment of shutter release. Automatic AF determines whether the subject is moving or still, and will automatically select either single-shot or continuous/predictive AF.

The built-in quartz-data back imprints the date or time right onto the photo, making it very useful for cataloging photographs and making photo records of important events. Data imprinting can be turned on or off as desired.

The Maxxum 4 has many advanced features packed into its light, compact body, including:

  • A built-in flash with auto, off, fill-flash, red-eye reduction (which greatly reduces the red-eye effect in portraits), and wireless remote flash control modes
  • Spot metering for measuring the brightness of a small area within a scene
  • Subject Program Selection function that optimizes the camera for specific situations; modes include portrait, landscape, close-up, sports action, and night portrait
  • Continuous film advance enables you to capture action scenes as they unfold, advancing the film at 1.7 frames per second as long as the shutter-release button is held down
  • The viewfinder provides a bright, clear image, important when working in low-light conditions or with slow lenses
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Features

  • Autofocus 35mm SLR with full manual options (body only)
  • Three autofocus modes: single-shot, continuous/predictive, and automatic
  • Honeycomb-pattern metering system ensures beautiful photos under the most difficult lighting condition
  • Quartz date back imprints the date or time right onto the photo
  • Built-in flash with red-eye reduction

18. FUJI FILM Zoom Date 60 35mm Point-&-Shoot Automatic Film Camera

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Asin: B0009F213U
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Fuji Film
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Features

  • Flash Off Mode
  • Fujinon 35-60mm, f/6.3-10.8 (1.7x) Zoom Lens
  • Easy Film Loading
  • Multi-Mode Auto Flash with Red-Eye Reduction
  • Full-In Flash Mode

19. KONICA Single-Use Camera
by Konica

Asin: B00009QS7G
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Konica
Sales Rank: 11212
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20. MAMIYA 645E Rapid Pro Value Pack 6x45 Camera System
by Mamiya

Asin: B00006I5IA
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Mamiya
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Features

  • An SLR Camera
  • TheMamiya 645E can accept the same interchangeable lenses available for the entire 645 series (except 645AF lenses) - A Mamiya-C 80mm (normal) lens is included in this Value Pack
  • Aperture-Priority AE Control with TTL Metering and Exposure Compensation
  • Multiple exposures on a single frame can be accomplished simply by depressing the multi-exposure lever
  • The 645E accepts 120 or 220 roll film, for 15 or 30 frames per roll (a 120 roll film insert is included)

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