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    Default GE X5 Bridge Style Camera anygood ?

    hi guys

    i was look at buying a new camera and seen this one , GE X5 Bridge Style Camera , what you views on it

    cheers
    BusbieGaz

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    Is this made/sold by General Electric.

    Jim
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    dunno jim , that way am asking about it

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    Yes But your not giving us much info to work on.I would suggest that if the GE at the start stands for General Electric.I would avoid.

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    14.1 megapixels
    15x optical zoom
    5.7x digital zoom
    2.7" LCD screen
    Face detection
    Smile detection
    Blink detection
    Red eye reduction
    SD/SDHC card slot
    Pictbridge
    Supplied with 4xAA batteries, USB cable, shoulder strap, CD ROM and instruction manual
    Size H7.3 X W10.2 X 6.8cm (3 x 4 x 2")

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    Is this a Camcorder.The 15x optical zoom would suggest so. do you still not have a manufacturers name ? or is GE.

    Jim
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    GE stand for General Electric

    [ame="http://www.amazon.co.uk/GE-Compact-2-7-inch-Stabilisation-batteries/dp/B003IHVEU2"]GE X5 Bridge Style Compact Digital Camera - Black: Amazon.co.uk: Electronics@@AMEPARAM@@http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51ey%2BcgvFNL.@@AMEPARAM@@51ey%2BcgvFNL[/ame]

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    In my opinion, unless it for buttons,forget it.Go for some of the better known names,which are not neccesarilly any more expensive.

    Jim
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    It is General Electric, Jim.

    I would have a look at the Fuji bridge cameras.

    Digital SLR / Bridge Cameras / Long Zoom Digital Cameras from Fujifilm UK

    I have had two. The S7000 and the S9600, both took good pictures and were easy to use. My wife has a Fuji FinePix F50fd compact which also takes great pictures and is easier to carry in pockets or bags
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    So it is GE.what camera have they re-badged/branded as their own,as they don't make cameras.
    But are probably one of the biggest companies in the world.

    Jim
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