although the pictures come out pretty sharp if you catch the subject before it starts ...
Cherri Trahan, Amazon
15 December 2014
Summary: It is what it is, an inexpensive camera. Too much of a delay when pressing the shutter button, although the pictures come out pretty sharp if you catch the subject before it starts moving. This is a good starter camera for kids.
Summary: Good as Video Camera and Great as a Camera, Need a tripod in low light or Zoom role. ONE bothersome problem - the battery compartment lid tends to pop open if you aren't careful handling it. You'll need aa 8 memory card if you want to video a ballgame though.
Summary: We've had this for a number of years, and it has always done a good job for us. It doesn't chew threw batteries, and it takes a good quality picture. Haven't found the need to upgrade to the latest and greatest.
Summary: I was using this camera today, and realized that I had a few things to say about it, even though I purchased it a few years ago. The camera itself is lightweight and easy to use. The batteries are the problem. This camera drains batteries (AA's) like nobody's business.
Summary: This is a comfortable, easy little camera that's very straightforward to use. Picture quality is very good and it's also possible to shoot some short video footage. Having said that, this is the most voracious battery-drainer I have ever owned.
Summary: After several sessions with the instructions and considerable trial and error I got use to basic use of this camera. Its not exactly the old Brownie point and shoot but you can get basically good shots with a good deal of patience.