Released March, 2010
The Pros:Value - includes higher-end features such as image stabilization, face detection and red-eye removal. Good screen - remains visible in sunlight. Designed for beginners - automates the photography process for straightforward shots.
The Cons:Build quality - feels light and cheap. Depends on disposable AA batteries. Lacks HD video capabilities - looks bad on modern HDTVs.
The GE C1033 is an entry-level, consumer- and budget-friendly compact digital camera designed for taking 10.1MP still images, and recording short VGA video clips at 30fps with audio. Though very low-end in regard to price, the camera offers an astonishingly wide array of advanced grade features like auto face detection, red eye removal, and microSD expansion up to 8GB.
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It also allows users to stitch three images together to create a panoramic picture. Overall, the GE C1033’s audio suffers from a too low bit-rate. Plus the images have a certain degree of noise, such as blue fringing around bright objects. Nevertheless, it performs many similarly priced competitors, including the Canon PowerShot A490 / 495.
- Compact Digital Camera
- 10.1MP Sensor
- 3x Optical Zoom Lens
- 5.7x Digital Zoom
- 2.4” LCD Screen
- 1600 ISO
- WAVE Audio Capture
- JPEG Still Capture
- QuickTime Motion JPEG Video Capture
- Face Detection
- Image Stabilization
- Red-Eye Removal
- USB 2.0 Interface (PictBridge Enabled)
- AA Batteries x2
- 8MB Internal Memory
- SD/SDHC Expansion (8GB Max)
- GE C1033-SL | Silver
- GE C1033-RD | Red
- GE C1033-PL | Purple
- GE C1033-PK | Pink
- GE C1033-BK | Black
User Reviews (2)
value - includes higher-end features such as image stabilization, face detection and red-eye removal
good screen - remains visible in sunlight
designed for beginners - automates the photography process for straightforward shots
unique panoramic mode - automatically stitches like-photos together
build quality - feels light and cheap
depends on disposable AA batteries
lacks HD video capabilities - looks bad on modern HDTVs
internal memory is nearly useless - only good for an emergency
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