GE E1410SW Digital Camera Review
It's got some quirks, and could use a paint-job, but budding action photographers may want to read on.
Wait...GE makes cameras?
That's what popped into our heads after spotting the E1410SW earlier this year at CES. While not traditionally known for its imaging products, a little research reveals that a few cameras have carried the General Electric brand since as early as 2007. Who knew?
On paper, the unpronounceable E1410SW is at least competitive, offering 10x zoom in a compact body for only $160. We still aren't expecting much from this one, but hey, we've been wrong before....
Before you buy the GE E1410SW, take a look at these other point & shoot cameras.
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