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GE A1250


$130.00 Released March, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Dial on the top is a quick and easy way to select the shooting options, faster than dealing with menus. Capable of taking some great looking panorama pictures. LCD is very clear, can be used out in the daylight.

The Cons:Hard to get it to focus properly for closeups. Low light images tend to be very blurry. Doesn't have very good image stabilization even in good lighting.

The GE A1250 is a 12.2 megapixel digital camera that is at the top of GE's A Series and is a step up from the 11 megapixel A1150.  The camera features 5x optical zoom and 5.7x digital zoom and comes with a 24MB SD/SDHC card with expandibility up to 8GB.

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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 A1250 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.  The camera is available in a black, silver, pink, or red finish.

Features/Specs

  • 12.2 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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Pros
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    dial on the top is a quick and easy way to select the shooting options, faster than dealing with menus

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    capable of taking some great looking panorama pictures

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    LCD is very clear, can be used out in the daylight

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    easy enough to use that you don't need to ever read the instructions

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    fits easily in any pocket, nice and small

Cons
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    hard to get it to focus properly for closeups

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    low light images tend to be very blurry

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    doesn't have very good image stabilization even in good lighting

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