GE Camera Reviews
GE X550 Review
Although the GE X550 will tempt beginning photographers with its low price point, large zoom lens, and electronic viewfinder, its performance level is going to frustrate many photographers.
GE E1680W Review
My review of the GE E1680W digital camera shows a pretty powerful performer for less than $200. With an 8X optical zoom lens and an easy-to-use interface, the E1680W camera is a nice option for beginners.
GE E1480W Review
GE classifies its E1480W camera as part of its "power" series, meaning it offers advanced features among point and shoot cameras, such as an 8X optical zoom lens, a 3.0-inch LCD, and 14.1 megapixels of resolution.
GE X5 Review
My GE X5 camera review shows a 15X zoom camera with a surprisingly low price, but the camera's inconsistent shooting results can be frustrating.
GE Jason Wu Create Camera Review
My review of the Jason Wu Create camera shows style and image quality that are very good. However, the camera's overall feature set is very limited.
GE J1250 Review
As my GE J1250 review shows, General Imaging has created another very nice, beginner-level camera. It's very easy to use, it takes decent photos, and it has a sub-$150 price.
GE A1250 Review
My GE A1250 review shows that this model offers a great value for beginning photographers. The General Imaging A1250 camera is easy to use and works quickly.