Released July, 2009
The Pros:Simple operation overall, don't need instructions or a manual. Takes good still photos, everything sharp and clear. Underwater photo setting creates pictures with great color balance.
The Cons:Doesn't have many scene modes.
The GE G3WP is the waterproof camera in the 2009 GE line. It can be submerged up to 10 feet in water, so it isn't good for deep sea diving but is great for an average poolside user. The camera comes with a nifty Pan-Capture Panorama feature which is great for vacations or underwater scenes.
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It features a 12.2 megapixel resolution and a below average 4x zoom. The camera has standard features: face, smile and blink detection, image stabilisation, in camera red eye removal, and auto-adjust brightness. The GE G3WP has an all glass aspheric 28 mm wide-angle lens, which ends up being the equivalent of the standard 35mm camera lens.
- Waterproof up to 10 feet
- 3.0" touch screen LCD with auto-adjust brightness
- HDTV Output
- All glass aspheric 28 mm lens
- 4x optical zoom
- 12.2 megapixels
- Face, Blink and Smile detection
- In camera red eye removal
- Pan-Capture Panorama
- Slim body
- Colors: Silver, Black, and Red
User Reviews (1)
simple operation overall, don't need instructions or a manual
takes good still photos, everything sharp and clear
underwater photo setting creates pictures with great color balance
optical zoom doesn't distort the image, stays in focus
slim profile, easy to tuck into a pocket
browsing photos through the HDTV output is easy and needs no special configuration
doesn't have many scene modes
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