HP Photosmart E327 review

Started Jul 6, 2006 | User reviews thread
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Johnnie_99 New Member • Posts: 2
HP Photosmart E327 review

After using my camera for some time I have som pro's and con's:

+ cheap (the cheapest dig cam I have ever bought)
+ 5 megapixels
+ small and handy
+ using SD cards and standard AA batteries
++++ suprisingly you can adjust EV and ISO values

- The lcd screen is slow (inhouse it is very dark)
- The lense cover seems cheezy (easy to open by mistake)
- Fixed focus objective... (always a little blurry)
- Macro range from 60 cm to 1 meter!!! (joke...)
- 16Mb internal memory
- many reviews state that the movie format is 360x240. the truth is approx 280*210? The quality is quite poor. The sound is a joke. I recorded a Harley Davidson the other day and the sound flickers.
- The camera have problems with representing true colors. Green grass varies from sick green to light brown

All-in-all. I have got a good cam for a fantastic price.


A SD card formatted in the cam gave me a bit trouble when i connected it to my card reader in my PC (XP).
When I loaded the card with files from the PC i got a message from Explorer that there was an error with some of my files. After reformatting the card in the PC it worked.

HP Photosmart E327
5 megapixels • 1.8 screen • 35 mm
Announced: Jan 4, 2006
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