I’ve been fascinated by the all-around quality of Genius products for the past few years. They deliver decent products with their budget lines that are affordable and perform great for average users. The Genius G-Shot P6533 is an excellent choice in the “point-and-shoot” category of digital cameras. The ~$100US (~€60) price tag that accompanies this product is affordable and makes it a great deal.
Today we’re going to review the aforementioned G-Shot P6533 digital camera. This means we’ll take an in-depth look at its design, cosmetics, list of features, and obviously we won’t forget about trying, analyzing, testing, and rating its level of performance. If that’s what you are looking for then please read on.
Before we move on, I’d like to give a sense of what to expect, so here’s a short summary of the G-Shot P6533. It’s a “point-and-shoot” type of pocket camera sporting a CCD image sensor with six mega-pixel resolution. Since it targets a non-professional user base, we could say that it is very easy to use, its menu is intuitively constructed, and its size makes it eligible to be called a pocket camera. It fits so well in the pouch.
Its design is very attractive thanks to its slimness, compactness, and style. I opted for the silver one, but the red doesn’t look bad either. As you will see throughout this review, the image quality is, simply put, decent and acceptable. Its overall performance is great and we can say that it does more than what we’d expect from a digital camera that’s priced at $100 or less. It was released in April, 2007.
Since you already know what to expect, let’s begin!
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