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Epson PhotoPC 650

alaTest has collected and analyzed 98 reviews of Epson PhotoPC 650. The average rating for this product is 4.3/5, compared to an average rating of 4.3/5 for other Digital Compact Cameras for all reviews. Comments about the screen and portability are generally positive. The image quality and usability also get good opinions. There are some negative reviews about the reliability and size, while there are mixed opinions on the low light performance and flash.

price, usability, image quality, portability, screen

battery, zoom, size, reliability

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Digital Compact Cameras the Epson PhotoPC 650 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 78/100 = Good quality.

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Expert review by (pcworld.com)

Epson PhotoPC 650 1152x864 8MB Camera Review - PCWorld

 
Oct, 2000

Consumer review (epinions.com)

STILL GOING STRONG

 

Very reliable.

No Pixel Mapping.

Jun, 2007

Consumer review (epinions.com)

Excellent quality and features.

 

This was my first digital camera. I have been a hobby photographer for 20 years and didn't want to go digital until the quality improved and the price dropped. My husband researched and bought me this camera against my advisement that we wait. I was ...

Feature rich for hobbyists. Great lens and focusing ability. Wonderful pictures!

Shutter-like lens covering easily damaged. Battery life could be better. Only 2MP.

Dec, 2004

Consumer review (epinions.com)

Looking for a new digital camera?

 

Excellent camera. I've had this camera just about 5 months now, and am am very pleased with the results. The construction is very good. After taking a beating during a fall in a forest, the camera not only continued to work, but continues taking great...

Excellent results and fun camera to use

None

Mar, 2003

Consumer review (epinions.com)

The Starter!

 

The Starter!

Very easy to use, good features and quality pictures. USB

No Zoom available and drains batteries too rapidly.

Mar, 2003

Consumer review (epinions.com)

Great little camera

 

I've owned my Epson PhotoPC 750Z for almost three years and taken thousands of pictures under varied conditions. The carmera has never let me down. I bought a 32 meg CF card early on, and it's served me well. I only shoot at the 1.25 meg resolution...

Easy to use. Sharp lens. Very rugged.

Long shutter lag if you don't prefocus.

Dec, 2002

Consumer review (epinions.com)

Great Camera...Very Durable

 

I own the Epson 850z and I recommended it to my company as a good digital camera. The architects take it out to their job sites and it is being constantly dropped, banged against ladders and who knows what else! The Epson 850z is working as good as it...

High quality images. Durable!

Battery drainer.

Dec, 2002

Consumer review (epinions.com)

Epson PhotoPC 3100Z Digital Camera

 

The body of the camera is very user friendly. The hand molded side is easy to hold onto and take pictures. Very convenient. I bought this camera for a trip to Europe and was not disappointed at all. The quality of the pictures even on medium pixels is...

Very easy to handle for point and shoot. Great add on telescopic lenses.

Digital Zoom sometimes leaves pictures fuzzy and might be difficult for beginner.

Aug, 2002

Consumer review (epinions.com)

I'm a sucker for a great (Epson) camera

 

I'm blessed. The Epson 3100z has got to be the best bargain digital camera currently selling and I am happy to own one. I know that is a tall claim but read on as I explain. Epson is very quiet about advertising this camera, I don't know why, but...

Fast,famous-quality lens,well-built, flash hot shoe, great menu system uses AA batteries

Limited manual focus, going to manual control to use external flash

Apr, 2002

Consumer review (epinions.com)

Doesn't Epson Make Printers?

 

Why get a digital camera anyway? For me it was two main reasons, my need for instant gratification that was whetted by Polaroid then one-hour photo operations and my desire to have more creative control of what I shot than film gave me.

Ergonomic shape, flexible, external flash capable, standard memory cards

Settings in automatic and program mode not good in low light.

Feb, 2002

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