Snappy LX Reviews
Product Type: Canon cameras
Newest Review: ... that comes on briefly just before a flash photo is taken. == Photo quality and verdict == The Canon Snappy LX doesn't ... more
Customer Snappy LX Reviews (2)
by - written on 28/02/11, updated on 28/02/11 (Very useful, 82 readings)
I've been sorting through some of my camera collection recently, and trying to get it into some sort of order. For one thing, I've been separating out the film cameras; I don't have as many of those as I do digital cameras but there are enough that the job is worth doing. Some of them were fit only for the rubbish bin, but others gave sufficient optimism as to their status to be worth checking out properly, and this Canon Snappy LX was one such. == Background == This is the sort of simple compact camera that was very popular in the late 1980s and early 1990s, in other words the generation of budget cameras before the advent of affordable digicams. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/11/00, updated on 16/11/00 (Useful, 101 readings)
Being almost identical to the AF7 this camera is quite often confused as being the same model but at a cheaper price. Whilst the body design is the same the crucial difference is that this is a fixed focus camera whereas the AF7 offers auto focus. Does this matter? Well yes it does, this model can't match the image sharpness of the AF7 and my advice would be to pay the extra £5-£10 for the better model, you won't regret it. Both model offer good auto exposure and are simple to use. ... Read the complete review
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