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GE E1255W


$200.00 Released June, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Excellent outdoor performance especially at this price point. Face, Blink and Smile detection all work very well. Battery life is great--can easily through a full day of heavy use.

The Cons:Image stabilization can sometimes really slow down shot taking. Manual mode still doesn't allow you to adjust aperture and shutter speed. Controls are too small and cramped to be used comfortably.

The GE E1255W camera has a 3.0" touch screen that also serves as user interface, making it simplier to use. The camera has a decent 12-megapixel resolution and comes with a nifty Pan-Capture Panorama feature which is great for vacations or shots of vast scenes of nature.

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The GE E1255W 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, image stabilisation, in camera red eye removal, and auto-adjust brightness.

Features

  • 3.0" touch screen LCD with auto-adjust brightness
  • HDTV Output
  • All glass aspheric 28 mm lens
  • 5x optical zoom
  • 12 megapixels
  • Face, Blink and Smile detection
  • In camera red eye removal
  • Pan-Capture Panorama
  • Slim body
  • Colors: Silver, Black, and Red

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Pros
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    Excellent outdoor performance especially at this price point.

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    Face, Blink and Smile detection all work very well.

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    Battery life is great--can easily through a full day of heavy use.

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    Very compact and lightweight at 6 oz with battery.

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    Red-eye removal works really well, is very consistent.

Cons
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    Image stabilization can sometimes really slow down shot taking.

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    Manual mode still doesn't allow you to adjust aperture and shutter speed.

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    Controls are too small and cramped to be used comfortably.

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    Video capture limited to 640x480 @ 30fps/15fps or 320x240 @ 30fps/15fps.

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