Minolta DiMAGE E323

Announced Aug 7, 2003 •
3 megapixels | 1.6 screen | 36 – 108 mm (3×)
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Camera was really good value for money. 249.00 AUD Image quality is very pleasing, especially in good light. Menus and booklet are easy. Having the viewfinder capture (which turns off the LCD) is great for saving the batteries. Small and light to carry around in jacket pocket. Problems: Premium alkaline AAs don't last. I am looking for the best NiMH.

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Dymoon
 
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I was rather surprised that there were not that many comments on this camera. I've found the mfg. claim that it is easy to use, right on. I needed a camera that would allow me to take pictures easily and quickly. I not only wanted quick and easy, I wanted quality. Not always an easy request to make of a mid range camera. It bowled me over the first time I used it. I would no hestitate to recommend this camera to anyone. Problems: My only comment on the negative is that the menu isn't ...

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I’m using Minolta E 323 for 3 months and I’m very happy with it.This camera gives you colourful, clean pictures with low level of noise at ISO 50 and 100. Outdoors, both the Auto and Daylight white balances produced good results, with pretty good skin tones Basically it’s an automatic camera and it’s suitable for novice digicam users, but you will be surprised with the excellent image quality. Pros 1. Small, compact, and stylish 2. Very good outdoors and .indoors pictures 3. Good resolution 4 ...

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mikeperl
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I owned one of these briefly. I was impressed by the general performance, particularly the ease and speed of use. The image quality initially seemed very good for the price, and this is clearly a design which is capable of decent 3.2 MP performance at a low price. Lens distortion at wide-angle is lower than expensive Nikons! It's a small and very light camera with very good macro performance. Problems: The problem I had with it was getting one which gave even sharpness across the frame - ...

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Luds
 
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Quick start, small dimension, only 2 AA bateries and very long time to use, pictures have good quality. Problems: Be missing Panorama modus and PanoramaSW, flash seems to be too powerfull, faces are a little overexposed (too white), Movie modus without sound.

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erikvr
 
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good and sharp pictures. Very low shutter lag (0.1 sec) which makes it good for sport/action use. Light weight, fits easy in your shirt-pocket. I was about to buy a Canon A70 but when I saw the E323, it changed my mind. Problems: Flash seems to be too powerfull, faces are a little overexposed (too white)

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Resrup
 
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Too fragile and expensive to repair. Easy to use and images taken were of good quality, but this camera is very fragile and any repairs by a Minolta authorized facility are very expensive. Problems: My Minolta E323 camera was in a padded case when it fell 2 feet onto the floor. Impact damaged the mode switch. Local Minolta authorized facility provided a repair estimate that was 56% of purchase/replacement cost. Decided not to repair as I have no confidence in this camera. Am trying to ...

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English is not my native language, therefore don't consider my errors... So, Minolta E323 is my first digital camera, but I like it a lot, and the quality is great. The LCD monitor is better then other cameras I saw. It's so easy of use. Minolta made a good camera. :)

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