Summary: Like any digital camera, the General Electric E1235 is not just about usability: it stands and falls on its images. A light sensitivity range stretching from ISO64 up to ISO3200 is impressive, but inevitably grain-like image noise creeps in dramatically upwards of ISO800, reaching sandstorm-like proportions by ISO3200.
Excerpt: GE is a relative newcomer to digital photography, but the company appears big enough to hit the ground running. The E1235's 12.2-megapixel resolution is the highest we've seen in a compact digital camera, which makes the price remarkable. The curved metal body and 2.7in screen add to the impression that this is a premium camera. Other specifications are in line with its price, though: there's a 3x zoom lens and no optical image stabilisation to counteract blur.