GE Adds Five To 'Smart Series' Of Cameras At PMA 2010

Posted: Feb 21 2010, 1:00pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:38pm CDT, in News | Portable Devices

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At the PMA 2010 show today, GE showcased five cameras that it will be adding to its line of "Smart Series" cameras, the company's low-end line of devices for amateur photographers. Three were unveiled for the first time, while the other two first were revealed earlier this year.

The J1455 has 14.2 megapixels and a 5X optical zoom. It also features image stabilization. The device will be available in black, silver, red, and "other colors," according to GE, when it comes out in the second quarter of 2010. The SRP is around $130.

The C1033 (10-megapixel) and C1233 (12-megapixel) are designed to be cameras for those on a budget. The cameras have such features as image stabilization, red-eye removal, and facial detection. The C1233 is slated for a Q2 2010 release at a retail price of around $60, while the C1033 will hit stores in the third quarter for around $70.

GE is also showing off the A1255 and A1455 (pictured), both of which were first introduced in January. These cameras have 2.7-inch LCD screens, 5X optical zoom, and designs tailored for the casual point-and-click consumer. The 1255 has a 12-megapixel sensor, while the 1455 has 14 megapixels. The two will debut at price points of $89.99 and $99.99, respectively. Both are slated for spring releases.

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