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Uniden UDC-7M

alaTest has collected and analyzed 8 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the portability and build quality. The battery and image quality are also mentioned favorably, but many are less positive about the viewfinder and color.

value for money, image quality, battery, build quality, portability

color, viewfinder

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Digital Compact Cameras the Uniden UDC-7M is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 81/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 8 reviews)

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I would buy from Radio Shack again

 

I use this product in an old BC200XLT scanner. The original battery wouldn't hold a charge any longer so I tried Radio Shack for a new one.[...]

Long Lasting, Reliable Performance

Charges slowly, Full charge about 12 hrs

Consumer review by:

Back to Scanning . . .

 

It is the original Manufacturer's battery, so it fits perfectly. Only issue is my older scanner is gray and the battery is black but I can live with that.

Charges Quickly, Long Lasting, Reliable Performance

Expert review by:

Uniden UDC-7M

 

A new entrant into the compact camera market, Uniden aren't nearly as experienced as companies like Canon and Olympus, and it really shows in their fi...

Relatively low price

High levels of fringing, Noisy shots, Poor colour balance, Some under sharpening

The UDC-7M performed poorly in almost all of our tests, producing noisy, soft shots that had noticeable haloing. We'd recommend you steer clear of this unit if you're after a compact camera.

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Expert review by:

Uniden UDC-7M

 

The UDC-7M is an entry level snapshooter that offers ease of use and long battery life for a low price, but is let down by sub par photo quality.

Affordable ; Simple operation ; Good battery life

Cheap build quality ; Poor image quality ; No included accessories

As Uniden's first foray into the digital camera space, the UDC-7M could be worse. Good features and easy operation for a low price make it seem like a good deal, but until the image quality issues are ironed out, there are better offerings out there...

Expert review by:

Uniden UDC-7M

 

A low-priced, pocketable slimline camera with plenty of adjustments for snapshooters.Consumer electronics company, Uniden, has entered the digital camera market with two new models, offering 5- and 7-megapixel resolution. The features of both are...

A low-priced, pocketable slimline camera with plenty of adjustments for snapshooters.Consumer electronics company, Uniden, has entered the digital camera market with two new models, offering 5- and 7-megapixel resolution. The features of both are...

Consumer review by:

Uniden UDC-7M

 

Have one got it as a bonus with some other stuff. I find Iuse thos one more than my kodak as it is sturdy and compact. Mine isn't plstic though so maybe it has been changed at some point? Battery life is fine for us and having itd own rechargeable...

Sturdy, great for kids

sometimes blurry images

Consumer review by:

Uniden UDC-7M

 

Good but not enough reliable in rainy season. This machine is dead in very fast manner. In the list of digital cameras this camera is i thing in last. I read all digital cameras reviews in cnet. First are sony cameras. These are highly valuable and...

Solid image quality ; Attractive design ; Useful selection of scene modes ; Fast response times

No optical viewfinder

Product Specifications

The Uniden UDC7M captures enough detail for beautiful enlargements up to 24"" x 30"". The high-quality 3x optical zoom provides a 35-105mm (35mm equivalent) zoom range for incredibly sharp, clear images. Plus, a 4x digital zoom adds a total zoom of 12x.
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