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HP Photosmart M437 Denver CO

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Karen Forey Design Group
(303) 329-8777
338 University Blvd
Denver, CO

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Rug Exchange
(303) 744-3300
1133 South Platte River Drive
Denver, CO

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Pat Bollinger Design Group
(303) 777-1030
670 Grant St. Denver
Denver, CO
 
Barbara Thompson Design
(303) 871-9669
618 E 1st Ave.
Denver, CO
 
Bollinger Design Group
(303) 777-1030
670 Grant Street
Denver, CO
 
Fischer Van Lines
(720) 297-9904
1301 E. 58Th Ave @#E
Denver, CO

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Charles Smith & Assocs Interior Design
(303) 861-9232
740 Lafayette St. Denver
Denver, CO
 
Pat Bollinger Design Group
(303) 777-1030
670 Grant St.
Denver, CO
 
Design This! Inc.
(720) 221-8169
125 Broadway
Denver, CO
 
Designs by Alta
(303) 864-0344
662 Grant St.
Denver, CO
 
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HP Photosmart M437 Review at Cameratown.com

HP Photosmart M437 Review

Reader Score: 6.88 (out of 10)
Review (Summary): "If I had to choose two words to describe the M437, they would be simple and automatic. HP has distilled the complexities out of photography by eliminating any mention of f-stops, aperture or ISO speed ratings. With a list price of $109.99, the HP Photosmart M437 is a 5MP camera with a 3X optical zoom plus 5X digital zoom and a 2.0" (dia) screen. The lens has a range of 32-96 mm (35mm equivalent). Its features speak for themselves. ...

The M427 is targeted at the novice photographer who really only wants a point and shoot camera with virtually no manual controls. It would be a good choice for a kid's first camera. The Auto mode plus the eight additional shooting modes do an excellent job of producing acceptable results, but if you're looking to digital photography as a hobby you can grow with, you may quickly outgrow this camera."

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