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: 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.
Summary: I took this camera out to the desert and submitted it to a week of very dusty, harsh conditions. I bought the camera because a) it was pretty cheap and well reviewed b)it uses AA batteries so I wouldn't need to charge in the wild c) the size was acceptable With a good set of rechargeables the camera...
Summary: This purchase replaced a similar camera that was stolen. I've always been happy with the picture quality and ease of use of this camera for the cost (and in this one cost significantly less than the one I lost).
Summary: I bought this camera knowing about it's battery limitations. But it takes AAs Come on now!!! Over the years I've grown used to the fact, point and shoots don't take good low light pictures, so I wasn't expecting a lot. Very happy with the results. So price to performance ratio is unbeatable.
Summary: This is my first digital camera. I settled on it after reading the full Editor's Review at cnet.com. They liked the quality of it's photographs better than some more expensive cameras. It's a budget camera that takes sharp photos. This camera has very good macro capabilities, with or without flash.
Summary: I needed a "throw-away" camera as I did not want to take my digital SLR with me to college. I am biased about Canon, but they make very durable and versatile cameras from my experience. This little guy is cheap, but does produce decent pictures.