Summary: What? Stuff The Canon Sure shot is the finest of all the film compacts. For two years, the Canon Sureshot was my mainstay. Simple in design and function, this camera provides dependable sure shots. The self-timer comes in handy.
Summary: Decent amount of options, good lens quality, but do wish it had exposure compensation and spot metering, I've found many lighting situations where this camera could have used those features. Also wish the lens were a little wider angle so found a used Canon Z90W.
Summary: Better late than never with my review I guess. You get what you pay. The price was cheap but the picture quality was very poor. Even in bright outdoor situations, the pictures were under exposed and grainy. Really disappointed with this and we ended up buying a new camera soon afterwards.
Summary: Very disappointed. The pictures are focused incorrectly. The flash is off so that half the picture gets the flash light and the other half is in a shadow. My disposable cameras take better pictures. I was hoping for a very simple camera that took better than disposable camera quality pictures. Very disappointed.
Summary: This camera has been a disappointment from day one. It was hard to load even using DX film. After only two rolls of film, I started getting a flashing "H". The battery was still full although I replaced it anyway. I reloaded film and tried all troubleshooting suggestions. The "H" still appears. Customer service would not help except to tell me to pay for repairs.