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Casio Exilim EX-Z9

A budget ultra compact from Casio, the EX-Z9 features an 8.1-megapixel sensor paired with a 3x optical zoom lens. Designed to be as easy to use as possible for beginning photographers, it includes an "easy mode" that limits the menu to three optio...

Grade: B Price: $0.00

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Casio Exilim H20G

Casio's latest travel zoomer brings integrated GPS to the Exilim H-series, aimed squarely at travelers and tourists. We had very good things to say about the H10 last fall, and this update looks every bit as worthy, with the same versatile 24-240m...

Grade: B+ Price: $0.00

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Casio Exilim Z2000

This 14.1 effective megapixel model comes with a wide-angle 26mm 5X optical zoom and 720p HD video. With its surprisingly stylish body and competitive image quality, the $150 Z2000 is well worth a look.

Grade: B Price: $0.00

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Casio Exilim Z35

Super-cheap, super-small. The Z35 is another new ultra-compact from Casio, and that's all she wrote. No standout features here besides the miniature size and matching price tag. There are better budget models available.

Grade: B Price: $0.00

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Casio Exilim ZS10

Casio cameras are almost always cheap, but they're still stylish, pocket-sized shooters. This potent mix has caught many a teenager's eye. Those teens' parents probably warned them that you get what you pay for, but a camera's cost often has more ...

Grade: B Price: $0.00

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Casio Exilim ZS5

The ZS5 is an uninspiring ultracompact from Casio. Nothing really special to say about it; it sports a slightly above-average 5x zoom lens, but shoots VGA (standard-def) video only. We've had some bad experiences with cheap Casio cams in the past,...

Grade: B Price: $0.00

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Fisher Price Kid-Tough Digital Camera

This camera is made to be kid proof. It's easy to hold and can withstand some banging around. There's a two-eye viewfinder, as well as a 1.5-inch LCD. We won't tiptoe around the terrible image quality, but let's not forget that it's a toy that hap...

Grade: B Price: $0.00

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Fujifilm FinePix AV200

The AV200 is a bare-bones budget model with a 14 megapixel sensor, standard 3x zoom, 2.7” LCD, and 720p HD video. It also runs on AA batteries; if that's your power source of choice, this is one of the dwindling number of cameras that could suit y...

Grade: B Price: $0.00

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Fujifilm FinePix F300EXR

Fuji's EXR series always offers great image quality, and the F300EXR is no exception. Though it's only a few months old, it already seems to have been discontinued, and prices are all over the place -- sometimes way too high to consider a purchase...

Grade: B Price: $0.00

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Fujifilm FinePix JV200

The JV200 is another budget model from Fujifilm, featuring a 14 megapixel sensor, 3x zoom, 2.7” LCD and 720p HD video. It's basically identical to the AV200, but the JV200 uses a rechargeable lithium-ion battery rather than AA's. At just $109, the...

Grade: B Price: $0.00

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Fujifilm FinePix JX300

The Fujifilm JX300 looks like a run-of-the-mill ultracompact camera, sporting decent but unspectacular specs and features. There's not much to separate it from the vast array of similar cams in this price bracket, though it's built with a metal bo...

Grade: B Price: $0.00

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Fujifilm FinePix JX350

The Fujifilm JX350 looks like a run-of-the-mill ultracompact camera, sporting decent but unspectacular specs and features. There's not much to separate it from the vast array of similar cams in this price bracket, though it's built with a metal bo...

Grade: B Price: $0.00

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Fujifilm FinePix S2800

Fujifilm has a decent reputation with superzoom cameras. This year’s HS10 model, for example, earned a decent amount of praise from reviewers for its fast performance, full HD video capability, and 30x zoom. That’s a very good camera, able to comp...

Grade: B Price: $0.00

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Fujifilm FinePix T200

As a member of Fujifilm's T series, the T200 pairs a versatile 10x zoom lens with an extra-slim body. Featuring the same 14 megapixel sensor, 28-280mm lens, 720p HD video, and incredibly thin 18.5mm chassis as its brother the T300, the only differ...

Grade: B Price: $0.00

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Fujifilm FinePix XP170

Essentially the same camera as the XP150 but with wireless, the XP170 features the same waterproof (33ft) and durability (6.5ft) ratings as its predecessor. The XP150 is a very recent model so we're a bit confused by the necessity for yet another ...

Grade: B Price: $0.00

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Fujifilm FinePix Z90

Fujifilm takes a crack at the slimline, touch-screen digicam genre with the Z90. This sleek shooter packs a 28mm, 5x zoom lens into a slender metal chassis, rounded out with standard features like 720p HD video, face detection, tracking autofocus,...

Grade: B Price: $0.00

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Fujifilm FinePix Z900EXR

The Z900EXR attempts to combine the fashion of Fuji's slim, sleek Z series with the speedy, versatile performance of its EXR CMOS sensor. The sensor has been getting strong reviews in its other bodies this year -- the Fuji F550EXR and HS20EXR, mos...

Grade: B+ Price: $0.00

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Fuji FinePix A303

The Fuji FinePix A303 offers small size, simple controls, and a low price: qualities that should make it an appealing choice for casual snapshooters. A true point and shoot, the camera offers entirely automatic features, though it does have a manu...

Grade: F Price: $0.00

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Fuji FinePix A820

The Fuji A820 packs high-end, advanced features into a simple and affordable camera suitable for anyone from beginner to pro. Closely related to the A900, which is identical aside from an extra megapixel, the A820 features a 2.5-inch anti-glare L...

Grade: F Price: $0.00

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Fuji FinePix J38

The Fuji FinePix J38 has since been replaced by the Fuji FinePix JV100. Here's what we said about the J38 when it first came out:If you're looking for a budget camera but don't want to end up with some unsightly, unattractive hunk of plastic, the ...

Grade: C+ Price: $0.00

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Fuji FinePix Z30

Upon first impression, I wasn't sure what to expect from the Fuji FinePix Z30. Small and sturdy, but with a body design that was, strangely, almost toy-like due to its rounded corners and sliding front lens cover, this camera doesn't look like som...

Grade: B- Price: $0.00

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Fuji FinePix Z37

The Fuji FinePix Z37 is a stylish, attractive point-and-shoot camera that is sure to get people talking. It's remarkably thin, only 19.1mm in depth, making it perfect for shooters who want a portable, easy-to-tote camera for quick candids and hass...

Grade: F Price: $0.00

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Kodak Easyshare C190

The Kodak Easyshare C190 is another mediocre camera from a mediocre manufacturer. It has a better-than-average 12 megapixel sensor and 5x optical zoom, but user reviews indicate that the picture quality is, once again, mediocre, and plain ol' bad ...

Grade: C Price: $0.00

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Kodak EasyShare DX7590

The Kodak EasyShare 7590 proves that Kodak can play with the big boys of digital photography. With 5-megapixel resolution and a 10x optical zoom, the 7590 delivers a great feature set as well as Kodak's famed ease-of-use. Awarded an Innovations 2...

Grade: F Price: $0.00

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Kodak EasyShare M1033

The M1033 is out of production, replaced by a newer model. Here's what we had to say when it was released in April 2008.Though small, the Kodak EasyShare M1033 packs a walloping 10 megapixels and 3x optical zoom to capture SLR quality images. Also...

Grade: C+ Price: $0.00

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Kodak Easyshare M530

The M530 is similar to the M550, but with a smaller, 3x optical zoom. Reviews still haven't hit the net, but you're probably better off spending another 25 bucks for a more versatile zoom and HD video.

Grade: B Price: $0.00

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Kodak EasyShare M552

The Kodak M552 is an average point-and-shoot camera. Photo quality is average at best, but the best part about Easyshare cameras is how simple Kodak makes it to share photos with the world, whether it's through the Kodak gallery, Facebook, YouTube...

Grade: B Price: $0.00

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Kodak Easyshare M580

The Kodak Easyshare M580 joins a handful of low-cost, mid-zoom, compact point-and-shoots on offer this year. We're fans of similar models, like the Panasonic FH20 and Sony W370, and camera buyers seem to be as well -- at the time of writing, both ...

Grade: B+ Price: $0.00

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Kodak EasyShare M583

The M583 seems like a solid mid-zoom point-and-shoot. Last year's M580 was a commendable camera, mainly because it had such a long (8x) zoom at a low price; this most recent model doesn't really offer anything new, but you can't mess with success....

Grade: B+ Price: $0.00

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Kodak EasyShare M753

We had hoped the M-Series cameras would breathe new life into Kodak, but unfortunately that has not been the case; instead, the M753 has treated users to terrible image quality and poor reliability.Once again, Kodak drops the ball. Avoid this came...

Grade: F Price: $0.00