AgfaPhoto 1030s 10MP Silver Digital Camera £35 @ Tesco + Quidco! - HotUKDeals
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AE Lock-af Lock Yes
AV Cable Included Yes
AV Out Socket No
Batteries Supplied Yes
Battery Type AA
Brand AgfaPhoto
Camera Type Compact
Case Included Yes
Colour of Camera Silver
Compatible With Sdhc Cards Yes
Digital Zoom 8
Exposure Modes Automatic, Manual, Programme
Face Recognition Yes
Flash Can Be Disabled Yes
Flash Mode - Fill-in Yes
Flash Mode - Slow Sync No
Flash Mode Auto Yes
Flash Type Built-in
Focus-assist Light Yes
Focussing Method Autofocus, Manual
Histogram Display Yes
Hot Shoe No
Image Editing Software Included No
Image Stabiliser Electronic
Interchangeable Lenses No
Internal Memory Mb 32MB
Lens Accepts Filters No
Lens Brand AgfaPhoto
Lens Cap None
Macro Mode No
Maximum Focal Length of Lens mm 18.6
Maximum ISO Rating 3200
Memory Card Included No
Metering Mode - Average Yes
Metering Mode - Centre-weighted No
Metering Mode - Evaluative No
Metering Mode - Spot No
Minimum Focal Length of Lens mm 6.2
Minimum Focusing Distance M 50
No of Batteries Required 2
No of Preset Scene Modes None
Optical Zoom 3
PC Download Software Included Yes
Pictbridge Compatible No
Red Eye Reduction Yes
Remote Control Included No
Screen Size Inches 2.5"
Screen Type LCD
Self Timer Yes
Seperate Viewfinder No
Smile Detection No
Storage Medium Device SD, SDHC
Touchscreen LCD No
Type of Strap Included Wrist
USB Cable Included Yes
Video Recording Yes - without sound
Water Resistant No
Wrist or Neck Strap Included Yes
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#1
Just don't confuse Agfaphoto with Agfa. Agfa licence out the name for these cheapo cameras in the same way Hitachi do. Not sure it will be worth £35 except as a camera for young kids.
#2
Point taken, but i haven't seen a 10.2 mp camera this cheap new anywhere though.
#3
Looks like a good camera for the price, with some good features, and of course Agfa, is a well known, and respected german photographic brand, but take note of above comment, however...

I found a review of the US version sold in Walmart, and it mentions that this is actually made in germany, not china, so perhaps it is actually an Agfa made camera, so I'd assume pretty good build quality, true or not, I really don't think you'd find anything better for this money.

Voted hot!
#4
HAL2000
Looks like a good camera for the price, with some good features, and of course Agfa, is a well known, and respected german photographic brand, but take note of above comment, however...

I found a review of the US version sold in Walmart, and it mentions that this is actually made in germany, not china, so perhaps it is actually an Agfa made camera, so I'd assume pretty good build quality, true or not, I really don't think you'd find anything better for this money.

Voted hot!


It was previously posted on here for £49.99 and it was hot, so must be OK
#5
HAL2000
Looks like a good camera for the price, with some good features, and of course Agfa, is a well known, and respected german photographic brand, but take note of above comment, however...

I found a review of the US version sold in Walmart, and it mentions that this is actually made in germany, not china, so perhaps it is actually an Agfa made camera, so I'd assume pretty good build quality, true or not, I really don't think you'd find anything better for this money.

Voted hot!


Agfaphoto is a "name" purchased from the old Agfa company. The parent company of Agfaphoto is indeed german, but the cameras are not made in Germany. (made in China). The same camera can be purchased under the Praktica and Vivitar name.
Tesco has the sole disrubution for the UK, but it has not gone too well - hence the price drop.
For the money, it is actually good value.
#6
i already posted this last week and its a good deal for 10mp and i have bought it too and its a great camera so i dont know why peopel are againts it have they bought one and tried it? im a normal person taking normal photos and its perfectly fine for me.
#7
peter_griffen
Agfaphoto is a "name" purchased from the old Agfa company. The parent company of Agfaphoto is indeed german, but the cameras are not made in Germany. (made in China). The same camera can be purchased under the Praktica and Vivitar name.
Tesco has the sole disrubution for the UK, but it has not gone too well - hence the price drop.
For the money, it is actually good value.


Thanks for the correction, I didn't realise that, obviously the review I read only applies to the US version of this, which I think was branded Agfa, not Agfaphoto.

Anyway, although I'd like to replace my old HP camera, with the Fuji S1500, I think this is a more realistic purchase at the moment, what with all the bills coming through my door! and certainly for £35, I think it offers most of what I actually need, which is basic family/holiday photo's, and taking pics of stuff 4 the ol'bay.
#8
Shame on runs on AA batteries. I hate carrying around a million of them
#9
Is this not a better deal - slightly more, but higher resolution and comes with 2GB card?

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/605528/samsung-es15-10-2-mp-digital-camera
banned#10
JIM1973ANDREWS
Shame on runs on AA batteries. I hate carrying around a million of them


I feel the opposite way!

I am on my second canon powershot that takes AA's

i use the low self discharge ninhs' and get around 800 shots, and my older camera got 400 shots from older type nimhs

but they are terrible on regular alky aa's i will admit, perhaps that is the problem you have found? try nimhs
#11
For a brand new (and by the looks of things OK spec) digital camera this is a bargain not to be missed, voted hot.
#12
tesco will have their cheap binatone sat navs for 35 quid later in the week
#13
beavisrules;7862695
tesco will have their cheap binatone sat navs for 35 quid later in the week

Already have these :thumbsup:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/608163/binatone-b350-uk-satellite-navigati?t=608163&page=4
#14
fester2202
i already posted this last week and its a good deal for 10mp and i have bought it too and its a great camera so i dont know why peopel are againts it have they bought one and tried it? im a normal person taking normal photos and its perfectly fine for me.

Is that supposed to be code for 'my standards are not high'?

At £35 it's getting nearer to what it's worth.
#15
grahawk
Just don't confuse Agfaphoto with Agfa. Agfa licence out the name for these cheapo cameras in the same way Hitachi do. Not sure it will be worth £35 except as a camera for young kids.

Spot on!
#16
Bloomin' heckers like... I was determined to leave Tesco alone, but might have to put this in as a SERIOUS contender for the muvva and favva.

Damn this site... Heheh!
#17
Nice paperweight
#18
Remember that the Megapixel size doesn't mean much if the lens to go with it isn't good quality. You can have a 6MP camera with a superior lens taking much better pics than a 10MP camera with a lower quality lens so don't make any decisions based on MP size alone (Shops will always mention MP size as generally people still base their decisions on it ). But to be honset If i spent £35 i wouldn't be be expecting that much out of the photos and quality. IMHO. Could be wrong.
#19
JIM1973ANDREWS
Shame on runs on AA batteries. I hate carrying around a million of them


I am still using an old 5MP Samsung camera using AA batteries. I bought the cheap Lidl 2500mah AA's, under £3.00 for 4 batteries. The batteries are almost 3 years old now, I use a 15 minute fast charger, I have not had a battery fail yet and I get plenty of shots per battery.

AA is much better than overpriced dedicated Lion batteries.
#20
cam_186
Remember that the Megapixel size doesn't mean much if the lens to go with it isn't good quality. You can have a 6MP camera with a superior lens taking much better pics than a 10MP camera with a lower quality lens so don't make any decisions based on MP size alone (Shops will always mention MP size as generally people still base their decisions on it ). But to be honset If i spent £35 i wouldn't be be expecting that much out of the photos and quality. IMHO. Could be wrong.

Spot on! :thumbsup:
#21
warehousestock
It was previously posted on here for £49.99 and it was hot, so must be OK

Err........NO!

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