Vivitar 5190 Reviews
Product Type: Vivitar digital cameras
Description:Vivitar 5109 - Digital Camera - 5 Megapixel - 8 x Digital Zoom - MMC Card Memory Card - SD Card - 8 MB Internal Memory - Web Cam
Newest Review: ... colours, and to look at it's small and compact and looks like a nice camera. You get the usual accessories with it - usb ... more
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Customer Vivitar 5190 Reviews (4)
by - written on 06/12/11, updated on 07/12/11 (Very useful, 78 readings)
It was back in December 2006 when I came across this camera. It was sold at Superdrug for £40, and considering that it was a 5 megapixel camera, that was an amazing bargain at the time. Unfortunately, that was before my reviewing times, and I was not used to be using the internet to read reviews before buying a product. It was after I bought it that I read a lot of bad reviews about it. Still, I decided to stick to it and try it for myself - a bad decision that I now regret! The camera apparently comes in different colours, but mine is silver. The box looked well-made and professional, with the camera in a small black pouch, a usb cable, a CD Rom with drivers ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/08/09 (Very useful, 180 readings)
As I am sure most of the Dooyoo members will now know, I am a professional photographer but as well as taking pictures I also hold photography seminars at my local camera club and over the last few years I have become somewhat of a target for sales persons asking me to try out their latest digital cameras and give talks and written reviews on them. I figured a couple of years back if I was going to be testing out all these cameras and doing reviews anyway then I may as well be posting them on Ciao and Dooyoo and making some money for charity which a lot of dooyoo members know is what I do now. Most of the cameras I am asked to test tend ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/09/08 (Very useful, 356 readings)
I bought this camera when I had just started University and we were told we needed a camera for a trip we were going on and the photos we took would be the base of our first design project! Wanting to impress my tutors with my first project I decided my photographs needed to be good so I wouldn't borrow my mum and dads old camera, I'd buy my own digital one. I started looking around the shops in town, not having time to buy online as the trip was 3 days away. I checked out Jessops, Boots, Klick; all the usual camera places and was planning on buying this one from Jessops for £45, not bad for a 5 mega pixel camera, when I decided I needed refreshments and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/07/12 (Somewhat useful, 24 readings)
I was bought this as a gift after mentioning to a relative that I wanted to start taking more photos. Unfortunately it turned out to be one of those gifts that you wish the person hadn't bothered with. I had the pink silver version, it apparently comes in multiple colours, and to look at it's small and compact and looks like a nice camera. You get the usual accessories with it - usb cable, CD Rom to install the software onto your PC/laptop, pouch to carry it in. The real problems started when I actually wanted to use it - it's 5 megapixels (in laymans terms that's not a bad camera, I've had some mobile phones with a 5MP camera that took quite good ... Read the complete review
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