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Load image into Gallery viewer, Konica Minolta Dimage E500 5MP Digital Camera 3x Optical Zoom
Load image into Gallery viewer, Konica Minolta Dimage E500 5MP Digital Camera 3x Optical Zoom
Load image into Gallery viewer, Konica Minolta Dimage E500 5MP Digital Camera 3x Optical Zoom
Load image into Gallery viewer, Konica Minolta Dimage E500 5MP Digital Camera 3x Optical Zoom
Load image into Gallery viewer, Konica Minolta Dimage E500 5MP Digital Camera 3x Optical Zoom
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Konica Minolta Dimage E500 5MP Digital Camera 3x Optical Zoom
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Konica Minolta Dimage E500 5MP Digital Camera 3x Optical Zoom
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Konica Minolta Dimage E500 5MP Digital Camera 3x Optical Zoom
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Konica Minolta Dimage E500 5MP Digital Camera 3x Optical Zoom
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Konica Minolta Dimage E500 5MP Digital Camera 3x Optical Zoom
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Konica-Minolta

Konica Minolta Dimage E500 5MP Digital Camera 3x Optical Zoom

3.1
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HK$ 1,194.00
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Description

  • 5.0-megapixel CCD captures enough detail for photo-quality 13 x 17-inch prints
  • 2.0-inch LCD; 3x optical zoom
  • 12MB of internal memory
  • 5 Digital Subject Program modes; records movies in QVGA format
  • Stores images on SD memory cards; powered by AA-size batteries

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Customer Reviews

It works for me, even after hitting the highway at 55mphI bought this camera a few years ago but, after my recent experience with it, decided to write a review.I never had battery issues, as I started off right away with AA Nimh rechargeables. I don't know why anyone would use anything but rechargeables nowdays.I've found the camera easy to use. The only things I don't like are the macro feature is useless, there's no viewfinder, and the microphone for video is useless.Having said that, we were in Minneapolis after Easter and, while loading up the car, I put the camera on the roof so I could have hands free to put the bags in. About two miles down the road, going 60mph, I heard something rattling on the roof. The camera! I started to slow down, and, in the rear view mirror, saw a silver flash as the camera flew off the roof. More silver flashes as it hit the pavement and lay in the middle of the lane with cars whizzing over it.We turned off on a frontage road and went around, expecting the worst. Fortunately, no one had run over it. The batteries were gone, although we did find one in the ditch. The SD card was halfway out and the zoom button was also missing. I put fresh batteries in it, pushed the SD card back in, closed it up and turned it on...It still worked! It still takes great pics, although I have to use a pin to push the zoom contacts in or out.This is one tough little camera. 4The photos were always great. When the camera diedI had one of these cameras for over 10 years and used it for photos for a magazine I wrote for. The photos were always great. When the camera died, I hoped I could replace it with another of same type. I was so excited when I found two for sale, brand new, on Amazon. I bought one and also received a lot of extras which I appreciated such as a battery charger, etc. I waited a while and decided to buy the other one still for sale on Amazon. Now I am all set for the rest of my life (I am 66). Again I received extras with the camera! Great deal and great service! KH in Maine 5returned itI had this camera for approx. 25 days before I gave up on it. The worst problem was the inability to focus when lighting was the slightest bit dim. I stubbornly refused to believe this camera was so bad thinking I was doing something wrong. Thank goodness for Amazon's return policy. Now I have a Canon A610 and absolutely love it. 1Absolutely Horrible Camera!I bought this from Dell thinking I was getting a bargain at $150. I had originally planned to replace my Olympus c-3000 (3.3MP) but it seems that the photos taken by the Dimage can't even match the quality of those taken by the Olympus. As the other user noted, the low light capability of this camera is dreadfully bad. The flash seems to have a timing issue where it flashes too early; before the camera is able to capture the shot. Resulting with a picture that looks like it was taken without the flash. To make things worse, the camera is unable to focus correctly when there isn't enough light, resulting in extremely blurry shots. To summarize: the flash is useless and the pictures are blurry and also useless. The only time this camera takes any good picture is when there is enough light (outdoors in the sun). Even so, its 5 MP pictures are mediocre at best. I've used 2.1 MP cameras that take better pictures. I wish I had returned it for a refund or a different camera, but I made the mistake of giving it the benefit of the doubt. I kept telling myself "it must be the settings... it can't possibly be this bad". So I spent a couple of months experimenting with different settings, trying to produce a decent shot in low light condition. By low light I'm talking outside; noon time; underneath some trees. It's ridiculous that it can't even produce a decent shot under those conditions. I've come to the conclusion that either a) this camera is a piece of crap or b) I got a defective camera. The worst part is trying to find any useful reviews on this camera on the internet. There aren't any! The two previous reviews by the other users here are the only ones I've seen. I guess I'm going to have to ebay this thing. I'm taking my time to write a review so that you don't make the same mistake I did. Hope it helps! 1Real bad first experienceI chose this camera as a reward for 25 years with my company. ARGH, I've all kinds of trouble with the battery and power indicator. The first batteries lasted about 5 shots. The ones that came with the camera lasted longer. About the 3rd shot with the original batteries the camera battery light was flashing red. I flipped the battery door open ripped the batteries out, put them back in and it said 2/3 strength again. Last night I had 2/3 of a battery, tried to take a shot and it just died. The screen went black, the lense was still extended and that was it. I've gone through about 4 sets of batteries in 45 shots. I used to shoot with an SLR and know what I'm doing but I can't seem to get a clear picture even holding extremely steady. This was my first digital and I'm looking to replace it soon. I've already spent $100 on a SD card and AC adapter for this thing too.Picture quality - YUK.Battery life - a joke. 1Whatever You Do, Avoid This Steaming Pile Of PooI just recieved this camera less than 24 hours ago and it has already bit the dust. After the batteries slowly died this morning, I replaced them and took a picture. About 5 seconds later the LCD display went black and the camera turned off. After several attempts at reviving it, I pronounced it dead and was looking forward to returning it for a better quality camera. I am hoping to get my money back and buy a Panasonic Lumix Digital Camera since it seems to take great pictures and was given great reviews. As soon as the Minolta camera died I came to Amazon.com to look up reviews and I laughed as I saw the 1 star ratings and horror stories of other customers. At least im not alone. Whatever you do, do not buy this digital camera. 1bad battery, great picturesI had one of these before upgrading to a Canon PowerShot SD1000. I just recently went back and compared photos from the two and found the Minolta photos to be much more clear and crisp and with beautiful color saturation. I had the same issue with the short battery life and found that using regular alkaline batteries worked better. It seems the batteries drain even with the camera turned off. I verified this by removing the batteries after every use for a time, finding they lasted much longer by doing this. I don't recall indoor picture quality, but Canon isn't all that great indoors either. Besides the battery issue though, I couldn't believe how much better the Minolta photos were than my Canon's at half the price. Of course, the Canon is far superior in every other way and does take nice pictures. 4Hungry camera wants more batteriesGood camera, but eats through normal alkaline batteries like I do with potato chips. If you get this camera, get those rechargeable high capacitance batteries. 4I am very disappointed. Should not be sold if it is damagedI am not going to bother sending this camera back. It arrived with corroded batteries. I am very disappointed. Should not be sold if it is damaged. 2Not Anywhere Near as Bad as You Might ThinkEven though the previous reviewer is right about the LCD screen's graininess and the battery problems, my own experiences with its picture quality have been quite different. I recently took it on a two-week vacation to Chicago, over the course of which I shot around 300 pix, and it performed better than I could have hoped for a camera not even made by Minolta (the camera is actually a re-bodied Pentax Optio50).My main beef with it, though, is that it has the worst low-light focusing performance of any camera I've worked with, digital or film. If I had my druthers, this would have at least some kind of focus assist.True, its images are not as sharp as, say, a Nikon or some of the Zeiss-equipped Sony cams will give you, but it's still highly usable, and I would highly recommend it to anyone looking to step up to 5MP on the cheap. 4
Konica Minolta Dimage E500 5MP Digital Camera 3x Optical Zoom

Konica Minolta Dimage E500 5MP Digital Camera 3x Optical Zoom

3.1
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
HK$ 1,194.00
Sale price
HK$ 1,194.00
Regular price
HK$ 1,990.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 40% (HK$ 796.00)