Summary: I bought this camera for my parents to replace their old Olympus 1.2 megapixel camera. My Mom was convinced she'd need at least 6 megapixels but I proved to them 5 mp gives you more than enough quality (unless of course you are a professional).
Summary: I bought this camera to replace a 2M Powershot A60 before a trip to Hawaii. I have been very happy with the pictures it takes, and also with the speed of focus, which is MUCH faster than the A60.
Summary: I work at a public access TV station where we bought five of these for our digital imaging classes. I'm very impressed. 4 Quick Pros: Battery life. It uses 4 AA's which last significantly longer than I expected them to.
Summary: A good product if you are looking for a camera with a good sensor and AA batteries.
Pros: 1/1.8" size sensor, Swivel LCD, AA Batteries, Good lens (almost no purple fringing), Lots of manual features to experiment, Good battery life and power save features.
Cons: Small but not pocketable (because of 4 AAs that it holds), Made in China and not Japan, Plastic used could have been better, No charger and rechargable batteries included, red eye light not effective some times.
Summary: This camera is very capable, extremely fast for a digital, and produces very good images. The movie modes are great and the controls are pretty intuitive. I have two complaints: one is that flimsy rubber flap that covers the I/O and is difficult to squish back into place, and the other is that the...
Summary: I was looking for a compact camera with the manual controls found in SLRs and after much research ended up buying the A610. It is a wonderful camera, with amazing features which takes astonishingly good shots.