Instant Pro

Morgenstern, Steve
December 2004
Popular Science;Dec2004, Vol. 265 Issue 6, p70
Features the Photosmart HP R707 camera. Cost of the camera; Views of Bob Gann, HP imaging system architect, on the camera; Information on the camera's Image Advice.


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