The Photosmart 620 is basically the Photosmart 320 with a 3x optical zoom (also has 4x digital zoom) and a slightly different back-in silver as oppossed to black on the 320. Image quality and flash and self timer features are the same as the 320. Problems: Can be tricky to get FW update to apply correctly.View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
HP Photosmart 620
My oldest daughter (11) has had an AGFA ePhoto CL18 for some time now - quite frankly it turned out to be a rather expensive toy, but not much of a camera. We have better cameras in the house (Canon G3, Nikon F70) but these are not pieces of equipment I'm going to let my daughter take on a Girl Guide camping trip. This winter we got her an HP photosmart 620 and a 64MB SD card. This camera is an example of how computer companies can make acceptable cameras, but not great ones. Outdoors, in ...View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
Enough features to give it some flexiblity, yet simple enough for a beginner to understand - doesn't overwhelm you. User manual easy and short enough to get started right away. Download to computer easy and fast - and almost self explainatory when you get there. Problems: When images are saved, they are 8x10 - a little grainy and too big to see if you open them without the software or post them directly to the net. You have resize them before you save them. I find this annoying.View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
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