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GE E1050TW 10.1mp 3" LCD 5x Optical Zoom Digital Camera Silver £54.99 inc @ Ebuyer
GE E1050TW 10.1mp 3" LCD 5x Optical Zoom Digital Camera Silver £54.99 inc @ Ebuyer

GE E1050TW 10.1mp 3" LCD 5x Optical Zoom Digital Camera Silver £54.99 inc @ Ebuyer

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Not got the best reviews but that was at £140 selling price but for £54.99 seems like a good deal it recordes HD video 720p and has HDMI socket as well also includes 2gb sd card
The General Electric E1050 Digital Camera features Touch-screen technology that makes this camera fun to use. Aspheric all-glass lens and direct HDTV output ensures the sharpest pictures. A 3" high-resolution LCD screen means you can see exactly what you captured indoors and outdoors.10.0 Megapixels
5x Optical zoom
3.0" LCD
Electronic Image Stabilization: Image Stabilization automatically overcomes shaking or blurring caused by accidental hand movement, helping you take clearer, sharper pictures
Smile Detection: The camera's sensor detects when subjects are smiling and releases the shutter automatically when the smiles reach their peek. No more battling shutter lag times to get the perfect picture
Face Detection: The camera detects faces in a scene and then automatically focuses and optimizes exposure for them. This technology helps when taking pictures of large groups, when a person is in the distance or when the subject moves into the frame
3200 ISO: ISO denotes how sensitive the image sensor is to the amount of light present. The higher the ISO, the more sensitive the image sensor, which means improved ability to take pictures in low-light situations

Panorama: Allows for the creation of ultra-wide panoramic shots. Wide-view photos are produced by stitching three images into a single panoramic picture, providing an image that is wider than would be possible with a standard lens

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This is for "Grade A" product which only carries 90-day warranty. £82.51 is the price for "new" goods.

I have never purchased "Grade A" can anyone help with their experiences?

ADC

"3200 ISO: ISO denotes how sensitive the image sensor is to the amount of light present. The higher the ISO, the more sensitive the image sensor, which means improved ability to take pictures in low-light situations"

More like, it denotes how much the signal from the sensor is being amplified, and the more you amplify signal the more you amplify the noise and the worse the image gets.

Original Poster

adchesney;5671280

This is for "Grade A" product which only carries 90-day warranty. £82.51 … This is for "Grade A" product which only carries 90-day warranty. £82.51 is the price for "new" goods.I have never purchased "Grade A" can anyone help with their experiences?ADC


looked on ebuyer says Grade A Goods are "Factory Reconditioned" to the Manufacturers original specification does not say anything about 90 day warranty were are they selling for £82.51?

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Mr Doovde;5671372

"3200 ISO: ISO denotes how sensitive the image sensor is to the amount of … "3200 ISO: ISO denotes how sensitive the image sensor is to the amount of light present. The higher the ISO, the more sensitive the image sensor, which means improved ability to take pictures in low-light situations"More like, it denotes how much the signal from the sensor is being amplified, and the more you amplify signal the more you amplify the noise and the worse the image gets.


your probably quite right 3200 iso quite high but for £54.99 5x zoom 10 mp metal cased 3in touch screen 720p record and hdmi out .May be poor £130 camera but good £55 one if you treat the 3200 iso as probably not use able

andy math;5671531

looked on ebuyer says Grade A Goods are "Factory Reconditioned" to the … looked on ebuyer says Grade A Goods are "Factory Reconditioned" to the Manufacturers original specification does not say anything about 90 day warranty were are they selling for £82.51?



]grade A silver @ £54.99 (this thread)
]silver @ £82.51
]grade A black @ £82.51 (bucks the trend for cheaper grade A option)
]grade A red @ £59.45
]red @ £82.51

grade A description from ]ebuyer help pages with no immediate mention of 90 day warranty:
"What does 'Grade A' mean?
Grade A Goods are "Factory Reconditioned" to the Manufacturers original specification. All goods supplied are 30 day high street store (30 days) returned products. With grade A stock there is always a chance that there may be a minor cosmetic mark, Considering the price however these are considered to be very minor and will not affect performance of the product."

Original Poster

cant find anything about 90day warranty but £27.52 saving on camera is worth having imo as at £55 i cant find anything to match it Had grade A from ebuyer before was just like new may have been lucky will let you know when i get this one

Clause 7.7 of the Terms and Conditions states:
7.7 Ex. display stock, Grade A, Grade B and Used stock
Wherever possible, previously used goods will be highlighted as being so, on the website at the time you place your order. All Used Goods supplied by the Supplier are warranted free from defects for 90 days from the date of supply (unless otherwise stated). Grade B stock carries a 30 day warranty. This warranty does not affect your statutory rights as a consumer. If Used Goods develop a defect during the 90 day warranty period, you should follow the Ebuyer’s Returns procedure.

Regards

ADC

I had one of these, the shutter lag is terrible

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adchesney;5673303

Clause 7.7 of the Terms and Conditions states:7.7 Ex. display stock, … Clause 7.7 of the Terms and Conditions states:7.7 Ex. display stock, Grade A, Grade B and Used stockWherever possible, previously used goods will be highlighted as being so, on the website at the time you place your order. All Used Goods supplied by the Supplier are warranted free from defects for 90 days from the date of supply (unless otherwise stated). Grade B stock carries a 30 day warranty. This warranty does not affect your statutory rights as a consumer. If Used Goods develop a defect during the 90 day warranty period, you should follow the Ebuyer’s Returns procedure.RegardsADC


thanks for that adchesney had look myself well hidden on site will see what camera is like can always rma it if not up to scratch will now make sure its ok before 90 days up.Bought A grade from them before allways been like brand new(may have been lucky?) also thought it was 12 month warranty good job did not go wrong after 3 months

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got camera pleased with it looked to be unused even though A stock
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