Released February, 2010
The Pros:Large 8x zoom provides detailed close-up photos. In-camera high dynamic range (HDR) functionality - no need to apply filters later. HDMI output allows for photo and video sharing on any compatible HDTV.
The Cons:Bundled photo editing software is relatively limited - only for basic touch ups.
The GE E1480W is a 14.1 megapixel, 8x optical zoom compact digital camera and part of GE's Power Series released in February 2010. These are available in black, red and silver with a 3 inch 230/400 pixel TFT-LCD display and a sleek aluminum chassis only 0.83 inches thick.
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Outputs include USB, AV and HDMI for viewing HD pictures on a tv. The camera comes with a rechargeable Lithium-ion battery, charger, av cable and usb cables are also included, as well as Arcsoft Photo Impression 6 software. Some common features include face and smile detection, blink detection, red-eye removal, auto-scene detection and pan-capture mode that lets you create wide-view panoramic pictures. Image stabilization helps reduce blur caused by vibration while ISO sensitivity can reach 3200 for shooting in a wide range of low or high light situations. Removable SD/SDHC cards may be used with a maximum of 16GB for storing and transferring files from the camera.
- 14.1 megapixels
- 8x optical zoom, 6x digital
- ISO Sensitivity: Auto, ISO 80/100/200/400/800/1600/3200
- 18MB Internal Memory
- SD card support up to 16GB
- 3" LCD screen
- USB and Audio/Video/HDMI Outputs
- Records QuickTime Motion JPEG with mono audio
- Optical Image Stabilization
- Smile, Blink & Face Detection technology
- Red Eye Removal
- Pan-Capture Panorama feature
- Weight: 4.8 oz. (Approx. 135g, body only)
- Comes with a rechargeable Lithium-ion battery GB-10, 3.7V 700mAh, charger, AV cable, USB cable, wrist strap, and ArcSoft Photo Impression 6
User Reviews (4)
large 8x zoom provides detailed close-up photos
in-camera high dynamic range (HDR) functionality - no need to apply filters later
HDMI output allows for photo and video sharing on any compatible HDTV
Pan Capture mode allows for automated panoramic shots without the need for stitching software
in-camera red eye reduction reduces the need for photo touch-ups
blink and smile detection reduces spoiled photos and saves time
bundled photo editing software is relatively limited - only for basic touch ups
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