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Insignia NS-DSC7B09 7MP Digital Camera BLUE


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  • 7.0-megapixel CCD - Captures high-resolution images up to 3062 x 2292 pixels.
  • Zoom lens with 3x optical zoom/4x digital zoom - Lets you capture sharp, highly detailed long shots.
  • 2.5" color LCD screen - For excellent visibility even in bright sunlight.
  • Digital image stabilization and high sensitivity (ISO 1600) - Minimizes blur due to hand shake, low light conditions or times when flash is not possible.
  • Face Detection technology - Tracks faces within the frame and automatically focuses and optimizes exposure.
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Insignia
  • Model: NS-DSC7B09
  • Optical Sensor Resolution: 7 MP
  • Optical zoom: 3 x
  • Viewfinder Type: optical viewfinder

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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds
  • ASIN: B001W2HYYU
  • Item model number: NS-DSC7B09
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #29,314 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: March 16, 2009

Product Description

Snap clear portraits thanks to this digital camera's high ISO sensitivity and face detection technology. Coupled with digital image stabilization, these features ensure vivid, detailed photos without blurring.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Christine H. on March 18, 2009
The picture and video quality is fine: clear and and there are several settings for different pictures as well as video capability. No complaints for basic use in that regard. I just use it to take pictures of my students and whenever I go out with friends.

However, it's a pain in the neck transferring pictures because I usually get an error message that says "USB error." It takes several tries of plugging and unplugging the USB cord before it connects on my home computer (which is about 5 years old). On my new computer at work, however, I usually don't have that problem (though it doesn't work on the really old student computers either).

So if your computer is more than a year or two old, expect problems with the computer connection. You might want to fork over 15 or 20 more dollars for a better quality camera.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Dana Everett on July 5, 2009
I've been trying to find a cheap but good digital camera for a while now. I saw this one in the store. It works great has a lot of features. Though it takes a little getting used to its a charm. I did get a usb error the first time I plugged it in but the cord was loose thats all.

The downside is its internal memory is very very small. only held 2-4 pics. Though an SD card is pretty cheap so its not a problem. Also the resolution settings are confusing, most cameras (the ones i've used at least in the past) have the pixel resolution like 640x480 ect. This one though uses one word settings, and the tiny manual doesnt explain what size each are equal too.

I've yet to see how it fares battery wise, but I imagine its the same as most cameras out there.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By M. Y. Mim on February 4, 2013
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Takes great photos, lightweight, compact, includes enough settings for educated amateurs. Easy downloads to computers and printers. I've used mine for years, bought another as a gift. Perfect price, too. You do not need a more expensive camera unless you're a pro.
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By Laurel S. Jurecki on November 9, 2009
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I took this littel camera on vacation, with an extra set of batteries and didn't even need them. I took a whole week of pictures, all of which turned out wonderful.
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4 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Mathew J. Russo on December 1, 2009
I think the aggressive title of this review sums it all up. The only great thing about this camera is I didn't buy it at Amazon. I purchased it from Best Buy. It was on sale, and I was with someone else that said it was a real bargain for just under $100.00. I typically -never- buy anything that appears to be a "great bargain" but I slipped, and took some advice, which is ultimately my own fault. As for the camera, where do I start? Many of the reviews on the Best Buy site state that the battery life is next to nothing. That is certainly true. As for the photo quality, I really cannot comment on it, being that I have --yet-- to find a way to upload the photos to my Windows XP platform computer. I couldn't build the NASA space shuttle from scratch, but I know quite a bit about computers, software, and the in and out of some of what I call "Windows Trickery" in terms of funny behavior, etc. I wanted to first make sure the software problem wasn't on my end, so I used a fetal version of Windows XP. I have a version of Windows XP with only MS Office on it, and a connection to the internet...so suffice to say, the software issue of this camera not being recognized is not on my end. According to the specs, it is Windows XP compatible, although I beg to differ.

Here's what happens:

You are supposed to plug in your device, turn on your machine, and Windows XP finds it. Well it does "sometimes." I plugged the camera in and turned on my machine a total of 10 times. Out of the 10 times I did this, it found the camera twice. Out of those two times, it comes up as a 'removable drive' (similar to what happens when you use a flashdrive). Of the two times it came up, during one time it "disappeared" and was no longer recognized, in under two minutes.
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