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HP Photosmart 215
Model No: 215
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard

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HP Photosmart Digital Camera
Mar 27, 2005 2:21 pm
Termy
Joined: Oct 24, 2004

This camera is alot of fun to use! Once I got it, I took a few looks here and there in the manual and I already understood how to use all the features of this camera! This camera is not hard to use at all.

I bought Lithioum batteries for it and I have taken many pics and it is still full charge. It uses 4 AA batteries, and will run on any kind of battery of the AA line. This camera allows you to chose the quality of the pic being taken. For example, if you are taking a pic of something that is going on your website than you want to take it in the lowest res to save disk space. Take it in high res if you are going to print your pics. You can also turn the flash off if you want to save battery life but it has a auto option so I like to use that instead. There is also a Focus option to turn it off auto and turn on Macro, which allows you to get those famous close in shots you see all the time!

In the flash options you also have the ability to select red eye reduction which allows you to remove red eye as you take the pic. I have not really used that feature yet though, have not needed to lol. This camera really does take great pics for a 1.3 megapixel. It has a 1-inch back lit LCD screen that you can turn on or off. I find that I can save battery life if you keep it turned off. Please see my website for a more full review.

Date Purchased: 2000
Price Paid: $0
Recommend: Yes
Pros:
Takes good pics for a 1.3MP. Backlit LCD screen. Ability to use flash cards. 43mm lens. Great system features.

Cons:
Shutter button is tricky to get used to in the beginning. Sometimes image through the viewfinder is a little off from lens.


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