Summary: I am having a lot of trouble with this camera. I don't find it user friendly and the book ins't either. I will stay with my sanyo that is 10MP it is much easier to use and take video's on. This was a disappointment.
Summary: I was hoping the picture quality would be better and you have to buy your own memory card;it doesn't come with one. It can't even hold a single picture without one like my other camera could. I suppose for the price though, it's a decent little camera. Really no other complaints.
Summary: Both the Walmart website and Canon insert state the power cord is included. It is not and canon is not helpful in resolving the lack of power cord. Customer service states - sorry no longer included!
Summary: Took this to the circus since it was small. It was a pain to use. Trying to snap pics and it wouldn't take the pic. I missed quite a few things. I have two other Canons that are awesome, but they are bigger and heavy to carry. Lesson learned!
Summary: I had to get a camera quick and cheap. I order this camera on-line and picked up in the store a few hours later. How great is that!? Anyway, the camera does what it needs to do. I haven't had time to really play with it, but it takes good pictures and thats what I needed. Being a Canon, it can probably do a lot more than "point and click". It has a plastic case, not metal, so that feels a little cheap. But it is small, lightweight and worth the $79 purchase price.
Summary: No problems with the camera. It works fine.When I compared it to my Eos Rebel with the same pixels it's almost but not quite as sharp as the rebel. The only real complaint I have is there is no timer to allow you to get into the picture. Still a good buy for the money.