Konica Revio Reviews
Product Type: Konica cameras
Newest Review: ... 'arty' pictures, but if you want an ideal holiday snapshot camera, then the Revio is an excellent choice. It is ... more
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Customer Konica Revio Reviews (2)
by - written on 08/08/01, updated on 08/08/01 (Very useful, 228 readings)
I've owned my Konica Revio for about two years, it has been all over the world with me, and has yet to let me down. When I first looked into buying a small compact APS camera, the Canon IXUS was the camera to buy. The IXUS is small, neat and full of features, and seemed an obvious buy. The camera shop staff were knowledgeable enough, and thrust a few alternatives into my line of sight. One being the Konica. It has all the standard features - three pictures sizes, built-in flash, and plenty of extras include several choice of picture management. My fav of these is the ability to set the focus point further out. This way if you are behind a fence you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/06/01, updated on 11/06/01 (Very useful, 181 readings)
This little camera is so compact and stylish that it will make you the king of photographers. The Zoom action is smooth and the digital display shows the number of photos that you have left on your film opposed to the number that you have taken. This being my first APS camera, I have found that despite the costs of buying and developing films, this camera has been a joy to use. Extra features include the ability to select titles from a list provided for the photos, and to date the photographs. This camera can take normal, panoramic, and thinner than normal photos, and it has red-eye reduction, night time setting, making this a feature packed but compact and sexy ... Read the complete review
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