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The General Imaging E Series intermediate digital cameras

The new E-Series cameras by General Imaging represent the intermediate level of the GE models. The E1030 features a 2.7-inch LCD; all others in this series offer a spacious 3-inch screen. The E850 includes a 28mm equivalent wide-angle lens, a 5x optical zoom and 8 megapixels, the E1030 offers a 3x optical zoom and 10 megapixels. The E1040 includes a 4x optical zoom and 10 megapixels, and the E1240 features a 4x optical zoom and 12 megapixels. All are powered by rechargeable lithium-ion batteries...

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All about the new GE E-SeriesThe GE E850

There's a lot more to this 8-megapixel camera than just a great brand name.

The GE E850 may be an intermediate point-and-shoot camera, yet it gives you features and megapixels that other camera companies put in their top-of-the-line models.

First, there is a generous 8-megapixel rating for capturing every detail of your images. Then there is a 28mm equivalent wide-angle lens. It makes taking great indoor group pictures easier because subjects don't have to squeeze uncomfortably close together to fit into the pictures. The E850's 5X optical zoom and the 5.1X digital zoom provide super focal flexibility. And the camera's large 3-inch LCD screen means you won't have to squint to see what you're capturing.

A simple, intuitive user interface makes the E850 easy to use even for novices. Its slim and stylish design is also jam packed with great features like in-camera panoramic stitching, red-eye removal, face tracking, electronic stabilization and MPEG-4 movie recording. The E850 comes with a rechargeable Lithium-ion battery for non-stop picture taking. And its memory can be expanded up to 4 gigabytes with SD or SDHC memory cards.

Compare the E850 with other 8-megapixel cameras and you'll see why it's one of the first cameras worthy of the GE name.


The GE E1030

The brand name of this point-and-shoot is a 10. So is its pixel rating.

Compare the features of the GE E1030 against other 10-megapixel cameras and you'll see just how beautiful it is.

Slim and refined, the E1030 has a simple, intuitive user interface that makes it easy to use, even for people holding it for the very first time. Its 3X optical zoom and 5.7X digital zoom combine for an impressive maximum zoom of 17.1X. And a 2.7-inch panoramic LCD screen means you won't need reading glasses to frame your shot or view what you've captured.

In addition, we've loaded the camera with other great features like in-camera panoramic stitching, red-eye removal, face-tracking, electronic stabilization and MPEG-4 movie recording. The E1030 comes with a rechargeable Lithium-ion battery for non-stop picture taking. And its memory can be expanded up to 4 gigabytes with SD or SDHC memory cards.

Once you hold the E1030 and see everything it has to offer, you'll understand why it's one of the first cameras worthy of the GE name.


The GE E1040

The brand name is easily recognized. So is the quality construction.

Just one look at the GE E1040 and you'll know it's made to perform flawlessly. Clad in a compact and ultra-contemporary body, this 10-megapixel camera exudes an attitude that lets casual photographers know it means serious business.

Its 4X optical zoom and a 5.7X digital zoom put your lens right in the heart of the action. With the E1040's generous 3-inch LCD screen, you won't have to guess what your picture is going to look like. And a simple, intuitive user interface makes it easy to navigate through the camera's many functions.

Don't want to wait to touch up your pictures on your computer? No problem. The E1040 offers both in-camera panoramic stitching and red-eye removal. And with other great features like face-tracking, electronic stabilization, MPEG-4 movie recording, a Lithium-ion battery and a 4 gigabyte SD/SDHC expansion slot, this camera will quickly become indispensable.

The E1040 may be an intermediate point-and-shoot camera, but its features are top-of-the-line. That's why it's one of the first cameras worthy of the GE name.


The GE E1240

Its pixel count will be as cherished as its monogram.

A GE point-and-shoot camera that offers 12 megapixels of resolution? It doesn't get much better. That is, until you compare the GE E1240 to other 12-megapixel cameras and discover what a bargain it is, too.

Like all our cameras, the E1240 is designed with a simple, intuitive user interface so anybody can use it. A 4X optical zoom and a 6.3X digital zoom combine to create a maximum zoom of 25.2X. And a spacious 3-inch LCD screen makes it easy to view the images you are capturing.

Compact and stylish, the E1240 will surprise you with everything it can do. Additional features like in-camera panoramic stitching, red-eye removal, face-tracking, electronic stabilization and MPEG-4 movie recording give it all the functionality you want. An SD/SDHC memory card slot, expandable up to an amazing 4 gigabytes, allows you to add plenty of storage space. And a rechargeable Lithium-ion battery will keep you from constantly switching out batteries.

Compare the other 12-megapixel cameras on the market to the E1240. We're confident you'll quickly see why it's one of the first
cameras worthy of the GE name.

Additional information: All about the new GE E-Series
March 9, 2007
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