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GE A1050

$200.00 Released January, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Available in several different colors - something for everyone. Good, easy to use optical zoom. Slim and compact - easy to carry around.

The Cons:Only records video in standard definition. Included memory card has a very small capacity - not very useful. Uses disposable AA batteries - no rechargeable option.

The GE A1050 is a 10.1 megapixel digital camera from GE's A Series and is a step up from the A1030.  The camera comes with a 24MB SD/SDHC card with expandibility up to 8GB and features 5x optical zoom and 5.7x digital zoom compared to the 3x optical zoom of the A1030.

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  It is designed with a slim 25mm body and a 2.5" LCD screen on the back that automatically adjusts it's brightness based on the lighting conditions.  The A1050 includes image stabilization along with red-eye removal and smile, blink, and face detection technology.  It records video in MPEG4 format and also has a pan-capture panorama feature for taking wide-angled shots without the need of in-camera stitching like the A1030.  The camera is available in a black, silver, pink, or red finish.


  • 10.1 megapixel processor
  • 5x optical zoom, 5.7x digital
  • 24MB SD card included
  • Records MPEG4 video with sound
  • 2.5" LCD screen with Auto adjust brightness
  • Electronic Image Stabilization
  • Smile, Blink & Face Detection technology
  • Red Eye Removal
  • Pan-Capture Panorama feature
  • 25-mm slim body
  • Weight: 145 g
  • Comes with AV cable, USB cable, wrist strap, and ArcSoft Photo Impression 6
  • Available in Black, Silver, Pink, or Red

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    available in several different colors - something for everyone

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    good, easy to use optical zoom

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    slim and compact - easy to carry around

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    easy to navigate menus

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    only records video in standard definition

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    included memory card has a very small capacity - not very useful

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    uses disposable AA batteries - no rechargeable option

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    poor built-in flash - tends to wash out subjects

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    red eye reduction shots take a long time to complete

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