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Kyle Schurman

Do You Own a GE Camera?

By February 25, 2014

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If you received a GE camera recently -- or if you've owned one for quite a while -- please consider sharing your experiences with that camera through a "user review" of a GE camera.

Although I have a chance to review quite a large number of cameras, I don't have the time or resources to review every GE camera that's manufactured, so I'm hoping those of you reading this site can post your thoughts on cameras you own, which will help all of the site's readers as they're trying to find great cameras to purchase. Good experiences and bad experiences are both welcomed.

Just click the link below to enter your camera's information, which should require only 3-5 minutes. And, if you own a non-GE camera, you can find user review forms for other models on the Camera Reviews page.

GE Camera User Review Form

Comments
May 21, 2012 at 3:43 pm
(1) Pratz says:

Hi,

I purchased GE-X500 16 MP Camera from Amazon. I was looking for a new camera since my old one is outdated now. I wanted a better model. So while searching for low cost cameras I came to know about this model. At first, I was very hesitant in buying it because I didn’t know that GE makes cameras too. I researched a lot about this model, saw Youtube videos by owners, sent messages to them, and then decided to buy it. And to be very very frank, this camera is TOTALLY AWESOME !! The pictures are stunning and crystal clear. Though you may have to learn a few basics before using the manual mode, but nonetheless, this camera performs outstandingly. My friend who knows a good deal about professional photography was very amazed. I give this camera 5/5 stars and would recommend it to everybody. Amazon Canada sells it for $150 only.

May 21, 2012 at 11:46 pm
(2) Render says:

The GE X500 can able you to shot crisp, clear photos! I really like it! The shots are good, just be good in some adjustments before shooting. Also it has a automatic mode for not so good in manual adjustments. Lot of features but will not cost you much money.

June 6, 2012 at 11:01 pm
(3) Travis Juntara says:

I used to own a GE X5. I sold it after I purchased a DSLR, and now that I’ve sold my DSLR to concentrate on film. I now miss my GE X5 bridge camera.

Internally, it’s probably the same sensor and auto-mode as their lower end cameras. But it’s not really even the super-zoom lens or the in-camera HDR post-process that made it for me, it’s just a feature-packed camera that was ergonomic, just the right size, and made good photographs (or at least ones that can be post-processed to be).

I learned concepts of photography on that camera, with Aperture and Shutter priority, and autofocus, and ISO. All options missing on our old family camera (Nikon Coolpix 5200).

Though high ISO and low-light autofocus, and to a certain degree, the autofocus were all a flop, if you really get the feel on how to handle this camera, it can really shine. To a beginner, though, this camera can get frustrating in low light, or when the camera gets confused about focus or exposure.

July 7, 2012 at 6:34 am
(4) leucemia remedios naturales says:

Wow, genial el blog post.Really gracias! Sigue escribiendo.

May 13, 2013 at 1:59 pm
(5) T says:

Yes! And I love it!

April 15, 2014 at 7:40 pm
(6) låna pengar till bostad says:

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