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Written on: 12/03/2005 by c t pemberton (1 review written)
The price tag of the Agfa Easy Pix SX is a lot of money for not much camera. (See Good & Bad Points)… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/11/2004 by ian55 (1 review written)
I cannot recommend this camera in any way. The main problem is the very slow "shutter speed" making most pictures blurred. If you have people in the frame, you need to ask them to be still. A box brownie is better. I wish I had saved my money. I understand that it's a Dixons "exclusive", and I think I know why - no one else could get away with selling it… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/03/2004 by aiken (1 review written)
Have read only 12 or so pic per battery with my Agfa Easy Pix SX Digital camera but my daughter took 72 last week and no sign of the low battery sign! far better pics than expected… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/01/2004 by mike 1 (1 review written)
Although the Agfa Easy Pix SX's manual says this digital camera can be used at any distance over 3 feet, I found that clear, in focus images could only be obtained from 8 feet.
The highest number of shots from the battery were 12 - which for the 240 shot memory card would require 20 battery changes.
Dixons claim the camera is manufacturerd by Agfa. In fact Agfa only license use of name. According to Agfa, Dixons are supposed to make clear that the camera is not manufactured by Agfa, but… Read Full Review
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Written by Bopete
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" Some call it a Go Pro copy- I call it a Go Pro beater! " Read More
Written by Apocalypse_barbie
" Decent camera let down by noisy images and slow autofocus " Read More
Written by AgentSmith1980s