Summary: Yes, got lured in by the price, however, this camera belongs in the "Toy Category" . At least once everytime I use it, the camera seizes, when no buttons work and it won't even shut down when folding the screen back in. Best use is outside with good lighting. Mic is way to quiet, you barely hear something talking or noise generating when 5ft away. If your hand is more than a medium glove size, don't buy it, you will have trouble handling the buttons all in one hand.
Summary: I use this camera up on the mountain when I go skiing with my friends, to document tricks. Its nice because the batteries don't drain too quickly and if I drop it or get snow in the lens its no big deal. but the iris is weak in the camera; it barely picks up any light in dark places. no sharpness in the image either; i would feel comfortable giving this to one of my young nephews or a kid so that they can learn how to operate electronics and cameras.
Summary: I bought this because I wanted a video camera for a particular trip I was taking. I also did not want to pay much, and size was very important. This product is quite adequate with stills but disappointing with video. I have no experience with other video offerings of recent years but found myself disappointed with the quality. You get what you pay for.
Summary: This is a really cheap, portable camera, so I guess I shouldn't have expected much, but it basically has really bad picture and audio quality. Videos aren't even taken in widescreen. I know it's tempting because it's cheap, but I would say save the money you would have spent on this to buy one that's better that you'll actually be happy with. I know I wish I had saved the money to buy something better. But my biggest annoyance with this camera?