HP Photosmart M407

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HP Photosmart M407
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HP Photosmart M407
Maker Hewlett Packard
Type Compact digital camera (point-and-shoot)
Image sensor type CCD
Image sensor size 1/2.5", 2396 × 1766 pixels
Recording medium SD or MMC card
Maximum resolution 4.1 megapixels
Lens Fixed lens: 6-18 mm (3× optical zoom, equivalent to 34-95 mm)
Focus Autofocus (macro mode)
Exposure Automatic
Flash Built-in
Shutter 0.9s lag
Shutter speeds 1/2000 to 2s
F-numbers f/2.8-f/4.8 to f/4.8-f/8
Exposure metering 100-400 ISO
Exposure modes ±2EV compensation
Viewfinder Optical
Flash bracketing No
Focus bracketing No
Custom WB Auto, Sun, Shade, Tungsten, Fluorescent
WB bracketing No
Rear LCD monitor 1.8", 130,338 pixels
Storage 16 MB
Battery 2× AA batteries
Dimensions 107 mm × 53 mm × 36 mm
Weight 146 g, 172 g with batteries
Data Port(s) USB 2.0, dock port

The HP Photosmart M407 is a 4.1-megapixel entry-level digital camera which was launched on August 28, 2004. It uses SD Memory Card storage. It was designed as an easy-to-use device for beginners and sold at a relatively low price. Its simple interface and ease of use are its main qualities. Apart from that, this camera was not deemed one of the best cameras at its price level.[1]

Picture of a sunset taken with an HP Photosmart M407


  1. ^ The Photography Blog, HP Photosmart M407 review, December 2, 2004, accessed April 13, 2011.