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Concord 3045 review

Average user rating: 35%

Brand Concord
Type 3045
Resolution 3.10 Mpixel
Maximum resolution 2560x1920 pixels
Optical zoom No
LCD screen size 1.5-inch
Video function Yes
Dimensions 97x28x63


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Concord 3045 Reviews from camera owners


Estefan Gargost - United States
October 9th 2005 - 12:35 GMT

This is the worst 3.1 MP camera ever. The photos come out blurry. It can not be plugged in to an electrical outlet, so you're limited to the battery's highest potential. It does not like moving objects, so don't attempt to take photos of that.


personal rating: 10%

James M Brown - United Kingdom
July 16th 2006 - 02:00 GMT

The Concord 3045 digital camera does not offer a very good image quality, therefore I would not recommend it. The pictures are bad quality at best. Overall I find this Concord a very bad camera.


personal rating: 15%

Marc Clarkson - United Kingdom
April 22nd 2006 - 23:00 GMT

I think the Concord 3045 the best 3.1 megapixel camera in the world. Excellent for every day usage and overall a good camera.


personal rating: 100%

Peach - United Kingdom
April 22nd 2006 - 23:00 GMT

I used the Concord 3045 digital camera as my Samsung Digi cam is broken. I found the video was ok and sound also ok... better than my Samsung 201 (which has no sound) But, the picture quality is hit and miss, close up pictures never turn out clear, the colour is dark sometimes even in lit areas, trying to take even a simple picture seemed hard as I had to keep running to my computer to plug in to see if the pics were ok! (99% of the time they were not!) My Samsung may have been an early version but its picture quality was brilliant in comparison to this Concord digital camera. If taken on holiday with no access to a computer to check out the close up quality I'd be nervous. Runs on battery only, no power in hole so need a stock of batteries with you! Cheap - but not cheerful!


personal rating: 15%





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