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CNET First Look
CNET First Look
GE's Ultracompact megazoom
There I'm Josh Goldman senior editor with CNET and this is a look at the GE. 1410 SW.
It's a better than basic ultra compact with a ten X zoom lens in front.
Three inch LCD on back and now micro HDMI output and a fourteen megapixel C must --
Offer reasonable price below 160 dollars.
-- are similar cameras from other manufactures prices low but they use lower performing CCD sensors.
The -- -- sensor allows for fast burst shooting at up to ten frames per second at full resolution.
The camera has a nice selection of shooting options to including some fun color modes and easy panorama creator.
Photo quality is good given its price.
You won't want to use it indoors or in low light without a flash but in daylight you'll get find results.
And its shooting performance is decent too but the camera always turned on with the flash activated and Otto.
So if it thinks you need the flash you'll be waiting to shoot.
In fact just about any setting changes -- -- for photos that strays from the deep --
We'll be un done when you power offer -- shooting modes which can be very frustrating.
Otherwise if you primarily -- auto into the majority you're shooting during the day.
It's a good value I'm Josh Goldman and that's the GE 1410 SW --
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