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HP Photosmart M437 South Portland ME

Looking for HP Photosmart M437 in South Portland? We have compiled a list of businesses and services around South Portland that should help you with your search. We hope this page helps you find HP Photosmart M437 in South Portland.

Elizabeth Freeman
(207) 504-7278
Heritage Ct.
Portland, ME
Residential,Home Staging

World Design Studio
(207) 773-7652
11 Avon St. Portland
Portland, ME
Urban Dwellings
(207) 780-6136
422 ? Fore St. #2 Portland
Portland, ME
RB Wilson Interiors
(207) 772-0582
565 Congress St. Portland
Portland, ME
Gill Assocs Interior Design
(207) 773-3502
81 Pitt St. Portland
Portland, ME
Accent on Decor
(207) 741-2131
211 Marginal Wy. #741 So Portland
South Portland, ME
Mallory James Interiors
(207) 773-0180
200 Danforth St. Portland
Portland, ME
Robin Desjardins-Davis
(207) 590-1110
392 Sawyer Street
South Portland, ME
Residential,Home Staging

Candice Thornton Interiors
(207) 741-2134
2 Milk St. Portland
Portland, ME
Suzanne Dobrovolny
(207) 318-9564
26 Clearwater Drive
Scarborough, ME

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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