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Written on: 05/02/2002 by Zhiwen Chong. (1 review written)
The Agfa CL34 digital camera has fair to poor energy efficiency. Flash range is only a mere 2 meters.
Unretouched image quality is surprisingly poor (but remember, this IS a budget camera) and is usually full of artifacts. Unless the subject is really very well lighted, this camera doesn't perform very well -- not even in daylight.
If you are prepared to do some Photoshopping, and cannot afford a higher end camera, this camera
is not too bad. Otherwise, I'd suggest spending a bit more… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/10/2001 by Dec. (1 review written)
A great digital camera to buy if you take a lot of simple photos outdoor. Also great for shooting closeups (flowers, etc).. in macro mode. It is not so good at taking landscape shots (ie no zoom). It is a very good webcam on a USB port (high level of detail and colours). It also has the ability to take a 30 sec. film.
I'm very happy with this digital camera. So far i have acheived the same result i used to get with my former Nikon compact camera… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/10/2001 by Mike. (1 review written)
I was fortunate to get my CL34 very cheaply (£75) so I'm treating it as a budget camera, and viewed in that light it is a very good camera. Whether it's worth the retail £160-£170 I really don't know. Especially as I have already spent an extra £50 to get memory cards and batteries/recharger. My "value for money" rating is based upon retail cost rather than what I paid.
Very frustrated with the battery usage, and the seeming inability to take a reasonably close up picture at night using the… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/07/2001 by John. (1 review written)
This digital camera is basically a good all rounder, ease of use is excellent. ideal for a starter camera with brilliant results in picture quality. the video mode has an ample 30 second recording which is ideal for email attachments.
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Written on: 26/06/2001 by Phil. (1 review written)
Picture quality is good, as is the software bundled with the camera. Dead easy to use.
After buying the camera I bought a compact flash card. This is a must. Also rechargeable batteries are a must, the highest capacity available… Read Full Review
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