HP Photosmart E337 review
Great value. This camera fills what I would have thought was an important gap: An inexpensive, ultra-simple, point-and-shoot for kids (and maybe their grandparents).
The camera has scene modes, a flash mode, a review mode, and a delete button, plus a menu button with related rocker (and the ever useless digital zoom), but the only controls one must use is on/off and the shutter.
There is little shutter lag, not too long required between shots, and the flash works well. The image quality is decent, not great (particularly for a 5 megapixel camera), but surely acceptable, particularly for a child. No optical zoom, but the point here is point and shoot and if you think about that phrase, there is no zooming involved. The body is plastic and insubstantial and the lcd small and grainy, but keep in mind (when considering these and other characteristics) the camera costs only $80. Hard to imagine a better value for intended purpose.
None so far.
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