Summary: I got this camera when Amazon had it for $50. For $50, it got the job done. Overall, it feels very cheaply built, and the pictures are not that great quality. Even though it has the MP's, it's the sensor that counts, and that's what I feel is lacking. The batteries were also a pain.
Summary: This camera is small and neat. Although it's a 10MP it doesn't shoot that clearly. The flash has to charge which is a bit frustrating since it means long waits between shots. Convenient to carrry around because of it's size, so it's great as a 2nd (in case of emergency) camera.
Do not expect this camera to deliver DSLR-like output
Rocket Scientist, Amazon
20 June 2011
Summary: I bought this camera with gold box deal for only $49. For that price, this is quite good camera. However, it has some weak points, you have to consider before buying. For reference, I'll be comparing this camera to my 5 year old Fujifilm Z5FD.
Summary: Satisfied with purchase of this Canon camera. It's very basic, easy to use, small & light weight, and the picture quality is better than average. I was looking for something like this so I didn't always have to carry around my bigger 35mm camera.
Summary: I have to say this before anything else - this is a $100 camera. You get what you pay for. The good: It's 10M Pixels It's $100. Takes nice pictures (in good light). AA batteries. Fits in my hand very well. The "Auto" mode makes it easy.