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Konica-Minolta DiMAGE X1 review

Average user rating: 77%

Brand Konica-Minolta
Type DiMAGE X1
Resolution 8.30 Mpixel
Maximum resolution 3264x2448 pixels
Optical zoom Yes
LCD screen size 2.5-inch
Video function Yes
Dimensions 95x68x19.5

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Konica-Minolta DiMAGE X1 Reviews from camera owners

Paul Coupland - United Kingdom
March 8th 2006 - 23:00 GMT

Very pleased with the DiMAGE X1, fun to use, great images, gets very close and is always ready. If I did have any negative the camera turns itself on in your pocket due to switch being proud of body at longer distance flash seems difficult, other than that I find the Konica Minolta X1 a great digital camera.

personal rating: 95%

Paul Coupland - United Kingdom
March 8th 2006 - 23:00 GMT

The Konica Minolta DiMAGE X1 is far better than I even imagined in fact it seems unlikely that I will replace my larger camera as this beauty at 8mp is so good with a good image software is all you need!

personal rating: 100%

Angel Perez - United States
March 7th 2006 - 21:00 GMT

Having decided to purchase a $1,200 previous, I was pleased to find the DiMAGE X1 digital camera will the same basic features for under $300. I'm very well pleased with everything this Konica Minolta camera does, with the exception of low light autofocus. The X1 digital camera has slight deficits when taking some types of photos, but at a savings of about $900 I can accept those GLADLY. It's a beautiful camera, and works well in most situations. I've never had a complaint, from portraits to scenery, although I've had to use the cameras metering functions, focus lock, etc. to 'outsmart' it well enough to GET a good pictures. I love it, and that's easy, because I am (just a tad) smarter than the DiMAGE X-1, so we get along fine.

personal rating: 95%

Paul Anderson - United States
July 31st 2006 - 16:00 GMT

Long shutter lag, lens protector was failing after first day of useā€¦ I like my old Minolta X50 a lot better. I may return the 8 mp DiMAGE X1 for the 5 mp DiMAGE X50 just because of user friendliness and lens cover. Hard decision... the 8mp pics are great.

personal rating: 65%

John Bell - United States
January 21st 2006 - 03:30 GMT

The Konica Minolta DiMAGE X1 is an excellent digital camera. It offers lots of useful features and excellent quality pictures. The DiMAGE X1 has a nice size and functions - so far, I find it to be almost perfect in every respect.

personal rating: 100%

Ersay Gursoy - Turkey
January 21st 2006 - 03:30 GMT

I had purchased the Konica Minolta DIMAGE X60 as a gift to my nephew in Sep. '05. We were very happy with its image quality and ease of use. Relying on this, I bought Konica-Minolta DIMAGE X1 last week (11 jan., 06) for my own use. But after my first checks of print quality and experience of ease of use, especially by the long shutter lag, I have been disappointed and regretted for my preference of DiMAGE X1. I will bring it back to the store to return it.

personal rating: %

John Stitt - United States
April 22nd 2006 - 23:00 GMT

The DiMAGE X1 digital camera, although convenient, has severe problems focusing in low light. Pictures are sharp and the IS works. But then, after 3 months, the LCD screen cracked on the inside edge. It was not abused. I returned to Sony for repair and was first told that it would be repaired under warranty if I Faxed the receipt and then received a call saying I would have to pay almost $200 because it was "physical damage" and would not be repaired under warranty. Any cracked screen, which evidently happens easily, is deemed physical damage. Sony, in my opinion, will not stand behind their contract! I will never buy another Sony-Minolta photographic product, and recommend to others that they do not either.

personal rating: 5%

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