HP M425 Digital Camera
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  • Upgrading to the M425 created a few pleasant changes in my photography experience, at a surprisingly affordable price
  • I was a bit disappointed by the graininess of the full-screen view, perhaps unreasonably since video is not the primary function of the device
  • I enjoy photographing with the M425, and feel satisfied that it has provided good value with its useful functions and myriad options

    • by starlandstudio
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      There we were, plugging along with an old digicam; an early model which had set us back an astonishing amount. Determined to get our money’s worth, we squeezed 3 - years of photos out of it, and convinced ourselves that our images just looked fuzzy because we were unaccustomed to the new media.

      Then came the hose incident, involving a hot July day, twin preschoolers, and an unruly hose.

      Rather too late,


      I realized the flaw in my plan to photograph some items for my online auctions while the children played nearby.

      A new camera was required.

      Upgrading to the M425 created a few pleasant changes in my photography experience, at a surprisingly affordable price.

      Image resolution is clean and sharp, handling the most common print sizes quite admirably.

      Real zoom lens has also dramatically improved the resolution of my photos; I am much ...


      • more satisfied with the details, and the images produce much finer edited pieces.

        Video clip capability with built-in audio recording has almost eased the agony of living without a digital camcorder.

        The video images are quite good when viewed on small-screen.

        I was a bit disappointed by the graininess of the full-screen view, perhaps unreasonably since video is not the primary function of the device.

        The on-board editing features are quite extensive;

        almost overwhelming for me, as I like to do my editing back home on the desktop.

        But for those who like to do their cropping and clipping on-site, the Photosmart M425 offers an array of choices.

        The auto-flash is somewhat prone to overexposing under darker conditions; providing some directed light on my subject has made this less of a frustration.

        I enjoy photographing with the M425, and feel satisfied that it has provided good value with its useful functions and myriad options.




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