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The G3WP is the first waterproof digital camera from GE. Waterproof up to ten feet underwater, it features a 2.7 inch LCD, up to 3200 ISO, and pan-capture panorama mode.
» GE G2 ReviewGE has struggled to establish a unique identity in the digicam market. Does the new GE G2 ultracompact have the potential to be the maker's breakthrough model?Read More
» GE E850 ReviewThere was a lot of head scratching when the world learned that the General Electric brand was entering the very competitive digital camera market. General Imaging, the worldwide exclusive licensee of the GE brand on digital cameras managed to put together a complete line of digital cameras sporting the trusted GE name. The GE E850 is an "intermediate" camera, with 8 megapixel resolution, a 28mm equivalent wide angle, 5x optical zoom lens, and 3 inch LCD.Read More
» GE adds waterproof G3WP, touch-screen E1250TW models to point-and-shoot lineupGE's camera announcements for 2009 begin with a first for the manufacturer - a waterproof camera, the G3WP. The G3WP, the touch-screen E1250TW, and seven others round out the 2009 GE lineup, providing compact, ultracompact, and ultrazoom options at attractive price points.Read More
» GE E850 First ThoughtsI just received a GE E850 digital camera to review and want to share a few first thoughts about the camera as a prelude to the full review that we'll finish in a few weeks. The GE (yes, as in General Electric) E850 is an 8 megapixel camera with 5x optical zoom and 3 inch LCD.Read More
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