Minolta DiMAGE E223

Announced Mar 2, 2003 •
2 megapixels | 1.5 screen | 38 – 114 mm (3×)

The E223 offers ease of use with slightly below-average image quality and an average feature set. Construction quality is average; wear and tear likely to surface with more than casual or light use. The camera is reasonably compact, somewhat pocketable and sports attractive, if slightly dated styling. The E223's lens is mediocre. The camera's boot-up/power-down time is long. So is the shutter lag. The camera is somewhat battery-hungry. That's the bad news. The good news is that it needs only ...

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Geno Sajko

OK camera. Wanted a second digital camera for the family. Have the Canon Powershot A60. Problems: 1. It is a slug. Slow to fire. 2. Can't tell if picture was taken. A60 has shutter sound with volume control. Several times I uploaded pics to PC only to find some of the photos I thought it took, it didn't! 3. Battery pig. Buy the Canon A60. A few buck more!

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