HP Photosmart R707 Video
A decent all-around snapshot camera with a few notable features for newbies.
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HP Photosmart R707 Review
The good: Attractive, compact, and portable; excellent in-camera help system; some unique and useful features.
The bad: Average image quality; slow recharge with bundled charger.
The bottom line: Although a great camera for newbies who need their hands held, the R707's photos aren't too impressive.
HP Photosmart R707 Specs
Part number: Q2232A
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