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Concord Eye-Q 5062AF Review

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Reader Score: 5.83 (out of 10)
The Concord Eye-Q 5062AF is a stylish and compact 5 megapixel digital camera with a 1.8" TFT Color LCD display that offers a variety of exposure and focusing modes, all for around a mere $200. How have Concord Camera achieved this aggressive price-point? Well, one obvious cost-saving is the zoom lens - there isn't one, just a fixed lens that is equivalent to 48mm on a 35mm camera. So if you want a camera with a zoom lens, stop reading now. Otherwise, on paper at least, the Concord Eye-Q 5062AF seems to offer most if not all of the features that other digicams in this class offer, with the bonus of a 5 megapixel sensor. So are there are any other major drawbacks in addition to that fixed lens? Read my review to find out.

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The Concord Eye-Q 5062AF's $229 price sounds like a good deal for a 5-megapixel camera. And while the 5062AF will take good enough pictures for e-mailing or posting on the Web, don't expect 5MP worth of resolution from it: On our tests it scored like a 2MP camera. Concord's 4360Z, a 4MP compact camera that sells for under $200, is actually a better deal.
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