Summary: The PenCam takes pretty good pics but the video recording needs practice. When using it outside it was very difficult to see the screen - the brighter the sun the blacker the screen got! I got this camera because I thought it would suit me and my disability. I think I made a mistake as I've done better using my mobile phone. If you're looking for a camera that is compact and will be used mainly indoors then this is for you, otherwise look elsewhere.
Summary: Firstly the video quality is pretty good with a nice wide field of view good colours and well exposed images,it is also pretty well built with a very pleasing feel and came very well packaged,then why only 3 stars well its the 1 inch supposed oled screen, it is virtually useless tiny ok but dont take the image on the product blurb as any way accurate its rubbish with no defined image and outside NOTHING therefore guesswork is need to compose videos and while the...
Summary: What can I say for this camera, Just amazing functionality out of something so tiny and pocket friendly, The device is simple to setup and use, point and shoot functionality which personally i think is a more natural position, Ability to take still hd shots as well as hd video, built in mp3 player and voice recorder.
Summary: Very compact and light, with a clip for pocket or belt (but this is rigid plastic so you have to be careful not to snap it). Can be used 'discretely' by hanging it off your belt with the lens facing outward or plug in the earphones and pretend you're using it as an MP3 player (which it is) while snapping away. Quality of videos and stills is very good for a device of this sort.
Summary: The first results are far better than I expected. OK, I could have used my Galaxy phone but, with any long filming, the phone battery would have discharged to quickly. The PenCam is easy to hold and use.