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General Imaging Full-HD Digital Camera with 14.4MP, CMOS, 15X Optical Zoom, 28mm Wide Angle Lens, 3-Inch LCD and HDMI (White) G100-WH

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3.9 out of 5 stars 58 customer reviews

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  • High speed shooting that captures every exciting detail with 10 frames per second and in full resolution
  • Captures all of your videos in full high-definition 1080p resolution
  • Target, track and automatically focus on a moving object with our high speed object tracking mode
  • Automatically enhances a subject's face by softening unnatural skintones and brightening and opening the eyes
  • Automatically adjusts for unintentional camera movements, giving you clear, crisp pictures every time

Technical Details


Product Description

Color: White

Product Description

GE G100 Power Pro Series Bridge Digital Camera features advanced Aptina A-Pix CMOS pixel technology for high performance 14MP, high speed continuous shot, image blending, improved Full-HD 1080p video and low light 3200 ISO sensitivity. Additional highlights include 15X Optical Zoom, 3.0"LCD, 28mm Wide Angle Lens, HDMI Output, Optical Image Stabilization, Object Tracking, Shutter Priority mode, Program mode, Auto Scene, Face Beauty, Pan-capture Panorama, Smile & Blink Detection, Face Auto Exposure, Red-eye Removal, High Dynamic Range, and more. Powered by LI-ion Battery.

From the Manufacturer

GE G-100 Digital Camera
GE G-100 Digital Camera
Improved HDR feature blends three different exposures to create one perfect image

GE G-100 Digital Camera Featuers
Click here to learn more about the advanced ways your G100 will help you take better pictures

Don't let life pass you by. Capture it all with the Power PRO Series G100 fueled by the newest CMOS technology. Check out powerful features like High-Speed Continuous Shooting, for the ability to shoot 10 frames per second in full resolution. And with a 28mm wide-angle lens and 15x long zoom you can get everyone in, plus get up close and personal.

GE G-100 Digital Camera Full HD 1080p and HDMI
Create your own highlight reel as every action scene becomes easy to capture in Full HD 1080p video

GE G-100 Digital Camera Multi-Exposure GE G-100 Digital Camera Multi-Exposure
With multi-exposure, capture the action in six successive shots and combine them in a single photo. View larger
Full HD 1080p Video and HDMI Output

Create your own highlight reel as every action scene becomes easy to capture in Full HD 1080p video. Share your high resolution videos instantly with ultra-convenient HDMI connectivity.

The CMOS Advantage

When image is everything, CMOS technology delivers. With features like High-Speed Continuous Shooting, Full 1080p HD and improved High Dynamic Range+ (HDR+), you'll never miss an action shot again.

High Dynamic Range

HDR+ (High Dynamic Range+) Photos unite. Now you never have to lose the beauty of low-light images. An improved HDR feature blends three different exposures, combining the most detailed portions of each to create one perfect image.

Multi-Exposure

With the ability to blend multiple images, you can finally see the whole picture. The Multi-Exposure feature captures the action in six successive shots then combines them into in a single photo. Just one button and you're on your way.

Optical Image Stabilization

The optical image stabilization automatically adjusts for unintentional camera movements, giving you crisp, clear pictures every time.

Pancapture

With most cameras, "panoramic" means standing way back from your subject while it cuts off the top and bottom of the photo. With the Pancapture feature, a true single panoramic picture requires only one press of the shutter button and you panning the camera across the shot. The G100 automatically takes the remaining 2 shots, then seamlessly stitches them together.

Auto Scene

Close ups? Low lighting? With Auto Scene Detection, the camera surveys the lighting and environment and automatically sets the exposure for the sharpest, most vibrant pictures possible. You get to concentrate on capturing the moment while the camera does the heavy lifting.

Object Tracking

Moving targets are no problem with this cool feature. The GE High Speed Object Tracking Mode lets you target, track, and automatically focus on your subject. For action shots, there's no better way to go.

What's in the Box?

GE G100 Camera, rechargeable Lithium-ion battery, AC adapter, USB cable, neck strap, CD-ROM, manual, quick start guide, feature guide, warranty card.

GE G-100 Digital Camera 15x Optical Zoom
High Speed Tracking Mode lets you target, track, and automatically focus on your subject

Technical Specifications

  • Active Image Sensor Pixels: 14.4 Megapixels
  • Image Sensor: 15.1 Megapixels [1/2.3" (Aptina A-Pix CMOS pixel technology)]
  • Lens Optical Zoom: 15x
  • Focal Length: 5.0 mm (Wide) - 75 mm (Tele)
  • 35mm Film Equivalent: 28 mm (Wide) - 420 mm (Tele)
  • F Number: f/3.9 (Wide) - f/5.6 (Tele)
  • Lens Construction: 11 elements in 8 groups
  • Shooting Modes: Auto P, S, Manual, Face Beautifier, Scene [ASCN, Portrait, Sport, Landscape, Children, Indoor, Leaf, Branch, Text, Party, ID, Fisheye, Panning Shot, Photo Frame, Sketch, Snow, Sunset, Fireworks, Glass, Museum, Night Landscape, Night Portrait, Multi-Exposure, Pet (cat), Pet (dog)], Panorama and Movie
  • Focusing Range: Normal: (Wide) 23.6" ~8/60 cm ~8, (Tele) 59.0" ~8/150 cm ~8; Macro: (Wide) 1.9" ~8/5.0 cm ~8
  • Still Image: 14MP: 4320x3240, (3:2) 12MP: 4320x2880, (16:9) 10MP: 4320x2432, 8MP: 3264x2448, 5MP: 2592x1944, 3MP: 2048x1536, 2MP 1920x1080, 0.3MP: 640x480
  • Video Resolution: 1080p 30, 720p 60, 720p 30, VGA, QVGA
  • Movie Format: MOV (H.264), Audio: ACC (Stereo)
  • Image Format: Exif 2.2 (JPEG)
  • View Angle: 0 ~ 360 degrees
  • LCD Display: 3.0 inch (230,400 Pixels) TFT-LCD
  • ISO Sensitivity: Auto, ISO 100/200/400/800/1600/3200
  • Dimensions: 4.2" x 2.7" x 1.3" (107.2 mm x 68.2 mm x 32.5 mm)

Product Details

Color: White
  • Product Dimensions: 5.6 x 5.8 x 2.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 14.9 ounces
  • ASIN: B0071IJ2QW
  • Item model number: G100-WH
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (58 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #24,058 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: March 5, 2012

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Color: Black Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
Summary: This is a powerful camera. 15x optical zoom, a 28mm lens, and 14.4 megapixel shots are great specs for the price. On the other hand, the interface is cumbersome, and after a few weeks, my pictures still don't look as good as I would hope.

What's good:

- As I said, the specs are great. I particularly appreciate the huge optical zoom, which is the biggest thing that has me using this camera at special occasions instead of just using my iphone. Previously, I had used Canon point and shoots with 3x optical zoom, but 15x really lets you get shots.

- The interface is powerful. You can leave this in automatic mode and let the camera decide the best settings, or you can use "scene" mode with a variety of preset choices, ranging from sport (quick shots to reduce blur on moving subjects), portrait, and even separate templates for taking pictures of dogs or cats. There is also a manual mode where you can set just about everything yourself. There are a variety of extras, including a "face beautifier" mode that automatically lightens faces and increases eye size.(!)

- I like that there is a pop-up flash with its own switch. That way, I can tell if the flash is on without messing with a lot of menus.

- Movie mode seems fine, with the ability to zoom in and out during a movie and the ability to take hd video.

- I like that the camera has a built in lens cover - when you turn it off, a plastic aperture closes to keep dust off your lens. (But see below -- the lens cover isn't that sturdy, so IMHO you need a camera bag regardless.)

What could be better:

- Unfortunately, the automatic lens cover is not as sturdy as I would prefer. I put this camera in my pants pocket, and managed to jam the cover halfway open.
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Before I get into the review, allow me to suggest that this camera isn't terrible but its name is. Too unwieldy, the only way to easily identify it from its peers is by model number and picture. That's not branding, that lack of branding.

The camera itself is pretty good. First, it doesn't feel like a toy in your hand though it isn't particularly large. I have other cameras that are the same size, but the weight and feel of this one is more substantial. Second, the lensing system, which is usually the downfall of many inexpensive cameras (even those with big ole megapixel counts) is pretty good. When zooming, I won't ever decide to use the digital zoom, opting instead for the mechanical optics zooming which maintains pixel integrity.

The camera is pretty simple. It comes in its box with a strap (which has two side though there's only one thru-put on the camera itself, cables (a plug for charging through a USB plugin), a cd and manuals. It does not come with a memory stick, which you need before you can take any pictures. There is no discernible internal memory so if you order this camera, go buy a memory stick before it comes.

The pictures, at first, were quite blurry. The painted icons on the camera are tiny (hard to read) but working through them takes no time. With at least moderate facility with a camera, you'll find some of the cool little tricks.

Instead of simple shutter and aperature, the G100 includes templates, around two dozen of them. One template is for taking pictures of your dog. Another is of your cat. Each changes multiple variable on the camera and each seems to work pretty well. I took pictures of dog, cat, wife, son both in and outside and all came out looking great.
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The Power PRO Series is the top of the line of the cameras General Electric (GE) offers through its arm General Imaging, and the G100 is the top of that line.

The General Imaging Full-HD Digital Camera with 14.4MP, CMOS, 15X Optical Zoom, 28mm Wide Angle Lens, 3-Inch LCD and HDMI can capture 14 megapixels in a single photo, which is more density of information than most people need or want. You can dial it down in size and quality in these increments: 14, 12, 10, 8, 5, 3, 2, and VGA. You can also control something called "Quality," which is not explained, to Best, Fine or Normal. The extremes, then, are 14 megapixels at best quality and VGA at normal quality.

You can fit this little camera, which also records video with audio (but see below), into the back pocket of your jeans but you probably shouldn't.

It offers simple point-and-shoot options with variations. The most interesting choice is Auto Scene (ASCN), which analyzes the various elements presented to the camera lens and decides which of a couple dozen particular settings of flash and aperture and speed -- beach, glass, portrait, dog, cat (no kidding) -- is best. As you move the lens from place to place or the elements otherwise change you can watch how the ASCN setting tries to predict what you want to do. For example, if you move the lens close enough to a surface, the camera in ASCN mode will switch to its macro settings. It's not always right, but it's a good starting poiint.

Not surprisingly, the microphones -- in the front at the bottom, the left being separated by 2-1/16 inches from the right -- do not do a good job of recording anything far away.
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