Released June, 2009
The Pros:Great performance for the everyday user--auto settings work well in most situations. Plenty of manual settings for the more technical/advanced user. Decent battery life--usually lasts for a day of consistent use.
The Cons:Low-light performance is a bit limited.
The GE E1250TW camera has a user interface that makes things simplier to use. The 3.0" touch screen is a step in the same technology direction as products such as the iPod Touch, or various cell phones and can display HD pictures.
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The camera comes with 116 MB of internal memory, not very much in total making it require memory cards for heavy picture takers. It has an all glass aspheric 28 mm wide-angle lens, which ends up being the equivalent of the standard 35mm camera lens. It comes with features that are standard in most digital cameras: face, smile and blink detection, 14 scene modes, image stabilisation, in camera red eye removal, in camera panorama mode, and auto-adjust brightness.
- 3.0" touch screen LCD with auto-adjust brightness
- HDTV Output
- All glass aspheric 28 mm lens
- 5x optical zoom
- 12.2 megapixels
- 116 MB internal memory
- Face, Blink and Smile detection
- In camera red eye removal
- In camera panorama mode
- Slim body
- Colors: Silver, Black, and Red
User Reviews (1)
Great performance for the everyday user--auto settings work well in most situations.
Plenty of manual settings for the more technical/advanced user.
Decent battery life--usually lasts for a day of consistent use.
Features and performance hold up to cameras that retail for $100 more.
Picture quality is excellent on auto mode with vibrant colours.
Remarkable video performance-- handles almost all conditions well.
Low-light performance is a bit limited.
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