Conclusion: It’s hard to knock the GE G100 too much because it retails for about $165 — that’s pennies in digital camera terms. You can’t expect a manual compact system at that price, but the G100 insinuates itself into that category with its looks. The bigger size (this won’t be fitting in any pockets) and the pop-up flash clearly make it look like it’s trying to do more than it can.
Pros: Price can't be beat, Nice looking body
Cons: Body feels fragile and easily breakable, Not enough manual control, Image quality doesn't hold up
Summary: A slightly chunky offering from GE, but the G100 has a decent CMOS sensor and it has the ability to shoot 10FPS at full resolution. It is 15x optical and takes a 14.4MP image which of course means it can also capture Full HD video.
Excerpt: The G100 was released in February 2012 as part of GE's Spring 2012 range of digital cameras. It has a 15x optical zoom lens, 14 megapixels and is available in red, white and black for £159.99.
Pros: Manual controls, Feature packed, Full 1080p HD video recording, Fast continuous shooting at full resolution, Images have good colour reproduction, Decent panorama images
Cons: Slow focusing when using the zoom, Battery has a low life expectancy, Slow switch on time, Image quality isn't great