Released March, 2011
The Pros:Pictures end up very detailed, can be blown up without getting blurry. Battery lasts a long time between charges. Very easy to use, just a point-and-shoot interface.
The Cons:Lacks any scene modes or other ways to manually alter the camera's settings.
GE's C1433 is an entry-level point-and-shoot digital camera with the lowest price point of GE's newly announced models, about $80. Features include red-eye removal, face, smile, and blink detection, image stabilization, and a 14-megapixel resolution.
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The lens has 3x optical zoom. It replaces the previous base model, and the main improvement is the increased resolution, over 12 MP. This camera also has the GE panorama function, which stitches successive images together. This is GE's value camera.
- 3x optical zoom
- 14-megapixel resolution
- Face, smile, blink detection
- Red-eye removal
- Low price point
- Panorama stitching function
- 2.7-inch LCD display
User Reviews (8)
pictures end up very detailed, can be blown up without getting blurry
battery lasts a long time between charges
very easy to use, just a point-and-shoot interface
LCD is large and can be seen in sunlight
zoom remains sharp and undistorted throughout the full range
image stabilization is reliable, don't have to take too much time steadying yourself
takes care of all the settings for you on the fly
lacks any scene modes or other ways to manually alter the camera's settings
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