Its big zoom lens and 4-megapixel resolution come at a reasonable price, but its slow performance may tax your patience.
A decent all-around snapshot camera with a few notable features for newbies.
For the HP Photosmart M437, "inexpensive" means the same thing as "cheap."
If not for the massive amounts of noise in some photos, the HP Photosmart R937 would be a good point-and-shoot camera.
With its big 3-inch LCD and a menu system full of helpful tips, the HP Photosmart R927 is a decent camera for someone new to digital cameras or to photography in general. Pixel-peepers looking for the best image quality, though, should steer clear.
Its 8X zoom aside, this 5-megapixel camera rates as ho-hum for both its intended enthusiast audience and everyday shooters.
This inexpensive, simple HP Photosmart M537 digital camera is easy to use, but its pictures aren't so easy on the eyes.
Great performance and solid design can't get past the HP Photosmart R847's major image deficiencies.
Consider this no-frills, easy-to-use camera only if you're on a tight budget.
Although a great camera for newbies who need their hands held, the R707's photos aren't too impressive.
The compact HP Photosmart R817 combines some unusual photo-enhancement technologies with a strong feature set for both novices and experienced photographers.
The HP Photosmart R837's disappointing image quality makes this otherwise handy, versatile shooter a mediocre model.
Ease of use and an affordable price don't make up for this camera's poor performance, below-average image quality, and lack of optical zoom.
This very simple, no-nonsense point-and-shoot offers reasonable portability and decent snapshots.
A solidly built point-and-shoot, this camera is best for photographers who like pictures with a lot of punch.