Summary: This is a camera for you if you want your batteries to take 200 pictures, and more. Quality of pictures is just about good, some pictures turn out real nice, but don't count on quality here, but quantity, although many pictures will be adorable. i would avoid using the flash, cause it gives a haze in the picture.
Summary: Takes a long time to process high resolution images, however does not have any of the severe problems that "digital concepts"/sakar/vivitar digital cameras have. Those problems such as overexposure/battery drain/out of focus aren't in this camera. For the price I got it ($13), I believe that it was a good deal.
Summary: I bidded on this camera for my husband because we thought our grandson had thrown away this camera. But, we found the original camera and now we have decided to give this camera that I bid on to my mother-in-law for her birthday in June. This will be a wonderful gift for her because she will have a family reunion this year and can take wonderful photos of her family. I'm excited for her. This will be a new experience for her..
Summary: My initial DSC 3000 camera had a problem where the lens cover was not operating properly. I was able to take it back for exchange. That was the only problem I had. Considering the cost of this device it works well for taking daylight pics, night photos with flash work ok as long as subject is within 7-10 ft. Don't need any special drivers either to download. I take all my photos at a resolution of 1024x768 and usually upload and print out 4x6 photos.
Summary: I decided to buy this camera because it was small and reasonably priced. I really liked it until I started having problems. I even bought a memory card to store more photos. Now, I am having problems with it. I bought it at Christmas last year at Sears. Sears won't send it in for repairs because they don't warranty it for more than 90 days. My camera seems to have a short. The display won't stay on. It goes to a black screen.