At first, I thought I had a great camera. Excellent storage, ease of use, etc. But, found it is a battery hog!! Batteries drained in no time. Photo quality is very decent for my uses. I really like the software, very easy to use. I am dissapointed in the life of the actual camera. Purchased in May 2000, it would not turn on after 30 days. Returned it for another. This one worked great until 2 weeks ago. Now (again) it will not come on. Called AGFA about getting it repaired. It is being ...View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
Agfa ePhoto CL30 Clik!
Not a bad camera...since this is my frist test on digital. I have several of SLRs..such as the F4 & others. I found that this cl30 is easy to use. No zoom :( I like the clik disk, cheaper then other storage device. Problems: Flash too weak, eat up batteries too fast. So far no major problem(s) yet.View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
This camera was purchased by the company I work for for a specific purpose, and one of the prime requirements was for good, cost effective storage capacity. This is met superbly by utilising the Clik disc, but the software to access the camera's internal drive is flaky to say the least. Photo quality is fine for the purpose we use the camera, and the time taken for images to be written to the disc is OK, and it's quite easy to use too. Problems: Battery life is attrocious, and really needs ...View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
An acceptable entry-level digital, but I can't really recommend it. (See "Problems") Problems: First and foremost, the battery life is *horrible*. We literally can put in fresh batteries, and watch while it drains them--ten minutes later they're dead. Second,the software is very flaky; we've had no end of troubles getting pictures off the camera. In theory it's great: you can treat the camera as a magic picture source, or as a second drive that anything can read from--in practice, the ...View review in forums Leave a comment on this review