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Kodak Easy share is easy and full of top features

Advantages: compact and ease of use
Disadvantages: on/off button to close to the capture picture button

This camera simply put is compact easy to use,and I have personally taken excellent pictures with it. It is packed with features normally found in much more high end expensive cameras,such as 10MP this is more than enough for day to day pictures I use ...

FairviewDL7 25.09.2010 · Read full review
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Review of Kodak EasyShare C142

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I was not blown away by this Canon!

Advantages: Good build quality and easy to use.
Disadvantages: A lack of features, and not the quality you would expect from a 12 megapixel Canon.

As I am sure most of the members on here will now know, I am a professional photographer but as well as taking pictures I also hold photography seminars at my local camera club and over the last few years I have become somewhat of a target for sales perso ...

thebigc1690 09.09.2009 · Read full review
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Review of Canon PowerShot A1100 IS

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Very good for the price!

Advantages: Excellent shots and features for the price!
Disadvantages: none

I think this camera is fanatastic and suitable for most needs. Main features ; 12.1 Megapixel camera, 4x optical zoom with optical Image Stabilizer and 2.5” LCD with OVF Smart Auto and Easy modes featuring Scene Detection Technology and DIGIC 4 for qua ...

jayuk022002 24.06.2010 · Read full review
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Review of Canon PowerShot A1100 IS

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Fantastic entry level camera

Advantages: Many changeable options, great software, crisp images
Disadvantages: Eats batteries

I've had this camera since 2001 (purchased it in 2001 for $600 Canadian dollars) and have loved it ever since. By today's standards, it's entry level, but at the time, it was quite expensive and aimed towards the amateur photographers. It features a 3x ...

Virogen 13.10.2005 · Read full review
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Review of HP PhotoSmart 618

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