- Dimensiones del producto: 6,8 x 10,3 x 7,4 cm ; 349 g
- Pilas 4 AA necesaria(s), incluida(s)
- Número de modelo del producto: X500-WH
- ASIN: B004LB4SBG
- Producto en Amazon.es desde: 19 de abril de 2012
- Valoración media de los clientes: 1 opinión de cliente
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº706.570 en Electrónica (Ver el Top 100 en Electrónica)
GE Power Pro X500 Cámara puente 16MP 1/2.3" CCD 4608 x 3456Pixeles Color blanco - Cámara digital (Cámara puente, 16 MP, 1/2.3", CCD, 4608 x 3456 Pixeles, 640 x 480,1920 x 1080,2048 x 1536,2592 x 1944)
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- 16,0 megapíxeles cámara digital - blanco edition
- GE X 500 Series
- De alimentación15 X óptico zoom
- Vista electrónica finder
- Imagen stabilization
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Alcance de enfoque manual (ancho): 0.6 - ∞
Alcance de enfoque manual (tele): 2 - ∞
Alcance de flash (amplio): 0,3 - 7 m
Alcance de flash (tele): 1,2 - 4 m
Alcance macro de enfoque (ancho): 0.05 - ∞
Alcance macro de enfoque (tele): 2 - ∞
Altura: 68 mm
Ancho: 103 mm
Apertura máxima: 5,2
Apertura mínima: 3
Balance de blancos: Auto, Nublado, Luz de día, Fluorescente, Incandescente, Manual
Cables incluidos: USB
Cantidad de puertos USB 2.0: 1
Color del producto: Color blanco
Control de exposición a luz: Programa AE de enfoque automático
Corrección de exposición a la luz: ± 2EV (1/3EV step)
Detector de sonrisa: Si
Diagonal de la pantalla: 6,86 cm (2.7")
Distancia focal mínima (equivalente a película de 35mm): 27 mm
Estabilizador de imagen: Si
Estructura de lente (elementos/grupos): 14/11
Formatos de imagen soportados: JPG
Formatos de vídeo compatibles: MOV
Fotometría: Centrado, Mancha
Grabación de vídeo: Si
Guía de configuración rápida: Si
Intervalo de longitud focal: 4,9 - 73,5 mm
Intervalo de temperatura operativa: 0 - 40 °C
Megapixeles: 16 MP
Memoria interna: 14 MB
Micrófono incorporado: Si
Modo de auto-enfoque (AF): Detección de rostros
Modos de disparo: Auto, Película, Escena
Modos de flash: Flash desactivado, Impuesto, Reducción de ojos rojos, Sincronización lenta
Modos escénicos: Playa, Niños, Fuegos artificiales, Paisaje, Museo, Paisaje nocturno, Retrato nocturno, Panorama, Party (interior), Nieve, Deportes, Puesta del sol
Máxima distancia de enfoque (equivalente a película 35mm): 405 mm
Máxima resolución de imagen: 4608 x 3456 Pixeles
Numero de baterías soportadas: 4
Peso: 350 g
Pilas incluidas: No
Profundidad: 74 mm
Reproducción: Película, Imagen única, Presentación de diapositivas
Resoluciones de video: 320 x 240 Pixeles
Segunda pantalla: No
Seguro de autoexposición (AE): Si
Sensibilidad ISO: 80, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600, 3200
Tamaño del sensor de imagen: 1/2.3"
Tarjetas de memoria compatibles: SD,SDHC
Tecnología de batería: Alcalino
Tipo HD: No compatible
Tipo de batería: AA
Tipo de cámara: Cámara puente
Tipo de sensor: CCD
Total de megapixeles: 16,5 MP
Velocidad de cuadro de JPEG animado: 30 pps
Velocidad máxima del obturador: 1/2000 s
Velocidad mínima del obturador: 4 s
Vida estimada bateria (CIPA standard): 300 disparos
Voltaje de la pila: 1,5 V
Zoom digital: 6x
Zoom óptico: 15x
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Pros. The 16 megapixel sensor is great. Most entry level cameras of any type and brand start off at about 12 MP right now. GE has this model at 16. I think the other 16 MP cameras are over twice the price of this one. You can see the difference when you zoom in on your computer, the clarity is apparent.
The zoom on the X500 is awesome. This camera has 15X optical zoom and along with digital zoom (digital zoom takes away image quality as you zoom in so just keep that in mind when using it) it has a total of 60X zoom.
The X500 has a panoramic mode which I love because I wanted a panoramic film camera and now I don't have to buy one. This camera also has a setting for everything from fireworks to snow to fisheye. More than just night and outdoors.. there are 20 different presets and thats not including the different modes the camera has for shooting (it has manual, very important!)
So far I've taken 100+ pictures and the battery is still full on the display. The manual says it'll shoot 300+ pictures on a set of 4 batteries... thats pretty good.
Not a pro for some, but this camera is a bit hefty. I like it because its like you are actually holding onto something. But it is heavier than I thought it would be.
Viewfinders are sometimes left out of cameras now because they all have screens, but this one has an electronic viewfinder (for those sunny days) I think thats a nice perk.
The video quality is better than I expected, though its not HD. The sound is so-so but thats the case on everything with a recorder.
Cons. The screen resolution and quality isn't the greatest (I have a 3 year old Creative mp3 player that has a much nicer screen and it's smaller.) Like most cameras though you look at the screen and its grainy and the color doesn't look quite right but you snap the picture/ upload and it looks like it should when its on the computer screen (or printed out.) I think they had to cut corners somewhere.
The lens pops out when you turn it on and the lens cap pops off, even if you just want to look at the pictures on your SD. And I also do not like the lens cap. It just slides on. No clips.
The sound effects were annoying, but theres a setting to turn it off (saves your battery anyway.)
Not a biggie but the SD slot is in the battery compartment. Just out of the way I guess.
The camera is a bit noisy, you can hear the processor working and the internal stuff moving around at times. More of a side note than a con though.
Bottom line is I'm not sure how long the X500 will last (because I got it in the mail two days ago) but so far I'm very glad that I bought this camera. It's a lot like Fuji's bridge camera and if you know the menus and buttons from their cameras then this thing will be a snap because its pretty much a carbon copy. The layout is simple enough for a beginner or teen who's looking into photography and it wont break the bank like a nikon or canon with the same specs.
I was considering the Nikon L120 but really didn't want to shell out that kind of money so I kept putting the purchase off. Then I came across this GE x500 with its list of equally good features, great reviews and incredible price. I didn't even know GE made cameras so I have to say I was a bit leery about how good it would be compared to SLR style cameras with name recognition but I went for it and it has ended up being the perfect camera for my picture taking needs (vacations, special occasions, holidays, parties, pets, occasional on line classified ad or auction).
TIPS: I haven't had the camera that long and with all the features, figuring it out can be a little intimidating but I've played around with it enough to discover the setting I found easiest for starting out and I wanted to pass it on. When you turn the camera on for the first time it will lead you through the language and date set. (Super easy to do.) Once that's set up if you turn the wheel on the top of the camera to SCN, 20 little icons will show up along the bottom of the LCD screen. As you scroll through the icons it gives you a description of what each one is for. Some of the icon modes include: Sport (for fast moving objects), Beach (for strong sunlight), Fireworks (bright images against night sky), Glass (for shooting images behind glass), Sunset, Snow, Indoor, Portraits, Landscape, plus several more including a few special affect modes. When you choose the icon/mode for your situation the camera automatically sets itself to take the best picture in that circumstance. Last night I took pictures in the house with the flash on and using the Indoor mode and I couldn't believe how crystal clear they came out. (See puppy pictures. These were the first 5 photos I took.) I was also able to take one picture right after the other (unlike my Kodak)! I'm very pleased and can't wait to discover what else can be done with this camera.
WHAT YOU'LL NEED: You should also know you will need an SDHC Card since the camera only has internal room for 3 images. I bought the Transcend 8GB, Class 10 for $13.00 here on Amazon and it works perfectly even without formatting. The Class 6 would probably work as well if you want to save a few bucks although they are currently the same price...go figure. (The Class determines the speed in between shots, the higher the class the faster.) I also recommend the SMALL Zeikos Camera Bag available on Amazon for $5.00. (The Medium would be too big.) It's padded and the perfect size for this camera plus a few essentials like extra batteries, cleaning cloth, cables, etc. I actually put my Flip Video Camera in the bag too.) Next, I recommend the Duracell Value Charger if you don't already have one. It comes with 4 pre charged Nimh batteries for around $13 on Amazon. You'll have all the accessories you need after these purchases. On a side note, I went ahead and paid the $10 extra to get this camera in white and it was worth it. Love the look over basic black.
CONS: I was super disappointed that it came with a CD instead of a paper Users Manual but I printed out the pages I thought I'd refer to most (but that doesn't help if I need instructions on another feature and I don't have a computer and the CD on me. I would have preferred a small instruction book that fit in my case. It creates a .thm file (thumbnail) for every picture you download to your computer. The only purpose for this file is for viewing your pictures while IN YOUR CAMERA. It is not needed once you transfer pics to your computer so it can be deleted once transferred but it's a bit of a pain. It's a small file and barely takes up any computer memory but I don't like computer clutter so it bugs me. I think it should have come with a screen/lens cleaning cloth (no biggie, just sayin).
SUMMARY: Well, that's it. If you're in the market for an SLR style camera I really don't think you can go wrong with this one if you're an amateur photographer who wants to take better than average pictures (and as long as keep in mind that although it does have some point and shoot features it is an SLR which means you'll have some figuring out to do to take full advantage of those professional photography shots) You should also keep in mind that this is a nice camera for the money not a $500 - $800 camera that a professional photographer would use for his business.
UPDATE: Even though the Duracell battery's charge is *impressively long* while in the camera, you might want to consider purchasing an extra set of (4) Nimh batteries so you always have a set of freshly charged batteries in the charger. That way you can just switch them out without having to wait 6 hours to recharge each time. Lastly, I found another handy feature using the camera wheel on top of the camera. If you set it on ASCN the picture taking conditions are detected and the most suitable settings will automatically be selected without any manual adjustments. This feature is similar to the other one I mentioned (SCN) but with this one the camera automatically selects for you. It's also similar to the "auto" setting (the camera symbol on the wheel) but it makes more adjustments for you than just one preset "auto" mode. (For instance, when on the ASCN setting it knows when you're taking a close up and adjusts itself accordingly.) I know the look of the camera probably isn't a very big determining factor when purchasing but I have yet to pull this camera out without someone saying, wow, nice camera.