Summary: The camera was missing a cord that I expected to come with it. I had purchased the camera elsewhere originally (but it was a display model and had issues), and that one had had a cord with it to connect to the computer. We are still working on figuring out all of the features, but so far we like the camera itself.
Awesome little Camera - Once you read the instruction manual
M. J. Meyer "uprising26", Amazon
12 June 2014
Summary: You can usually buy a point and shoot camera and figure it out with out reading the instructions - this is not a point and shoot camera - it is more like a small digital SLR camera. lots of options and ability for manual settings. Lots of the negative reviews are obviously from people who didn't know how to operate it.
Summary: I had an older model of this camera. I got it because at the time I wanted to take indoor photos to sell my house & I needed a wider angle lens than anything I had, but I didn't want to spend a lot of money. I was surprised at how wonderful that little camera was. It always gave me great pictures, not fuzzy, no weird bright spots. I also got really hooked on the panoramic view, which it does in-camera & for which you don't need separate software.
Summary: The sensor is mediocre for taking pictures, but I think this is better served as a cheap HD 1080p video camera. Best for performance or "stiller" recording. Keep in mind, it records at 30fps. It stops at 29 minutes of recording, there is no way around this, whatsoever.
Summary: Confession time. I am not a professional photographer. Those of you who hate amateur reviews, and downvote them, go crazy. The rest of you, I'll assume, are willing to read a review from someone who doesn't know, or especially care, what F-Stop is. This camera is as good as any digital camera I've had (non-DSLR cameras), at being a standard point-and-shoot beast. When you want to do more than that, it can probably do some of those things, too.
Summary: Before I get into the review, allow me to suggest that this camera isn't terrible but its name is. Too unwieldy, the only way to easily identify it from its peers is by model number and picture. That's not branding, that lack of branding. The camera itself is pretty good. First, it doesn't feel like a toy in your hand though it isn't particularly large. I have other cameras that are the same size, but the weight and feel of this one is more substantial.
Summary: **** The Power PRO Series is the top of the line of the cameras General Electric (GE) offers through its arm General Imaging, and the G100 is the top of that line. The General Imaging Full-HD Digital Camera with 14.4MP, CMOS, 15X Optical Zoom, 28mm Wide Angle Lens, 3-Inch LCD and HDMI can capture 14 megapixels in a single photo, which is more density of information than most people need or want.