HP Photosmart R927 Camera Review

Posted: Mar 30 2006, 12:38am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 5:23pm CDT, in News | I4U Gadget Reviews

 
HP Photosmart R927 Camera Review
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Our partner Designtechnica reviews the HP Photosmart R927.

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"In digital imaging HP is best known for its inkjet printers. Yet the company has over a half-dozen digital cameras meant for casual picture taking. While not targeted to Ansel Adams wannabes, better HP Photosmart digicams more than do the job for the vast majority of photographers. We were big fans of the now discontinued 5MP HP R707.

That model is long gone, replaced—and then some--by HP’s top-of- the-line R927, an 8.2-megapixel point-and-shoot camera with a 3x optical zoom. What really sets it apart is its 3-inch LCD screen, one of the largest you can get. The camera has a number of other pluses and minuses. Does the Photosmart R927 offer more plus than minus? Let’s start shooting and find out."
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