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General Electric G1 Review at Steve's Digicams

General-Electric-G1Steve's Digicams has a review of the GE G1 and writes, "Image quality when using 7M Best mode was only Ok for a 7-megapixel camera in this class. The majority of our outdoor samples showed good overall exposure and color balance, however, they were a bit soft. I also noticed above average amounts of noise at eve the lowest ISO 80 setting. This of course can only be seen when viewing an image at 100%. It is unlikely you will see anything in you prints as long as the sensitivity is not ISO 200. ... GE has created a nice "entry-level" digicam that offers some appealing features. However, I was a bit disappointed with the position of the zoom controls and shutter release. That said, this model has the ability to capture nice photos, and with all of the useful exposure modes, everyone in you household or office will enjoy using it. With 7-megapixels of resolution, you'll be able to create prints up to 13x19- inches or larger. With and MSRP of about $199 or less, the GE G1 offers an Ok value for a 7-megapixel ultra- compact digicam."

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Posted by Belle in our Reviews category on July 13, 2007


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