Summary: I bought this camera to replace my stolen Canon Elph. I don't think the pictures are quite as nice, and you will need batteries after about 20 shots with flash. Actually have this up for sale, and have already replaced with a rechargeable Canon product. However, this would be an inexpensive camera for a child, who would take more shots in the day.
Summary: This camera has been ok. I really liked my fuji point and shoot better. This one uses a lot of memory as my memory card gets full after one video and about 10 pics, where with my fuji it held about 150 pics. It also tends to take blurry pictures. When I finally get a good picture, the quality is nice. So it will do for now.
Summary: good camera. especially for the price. small and light, fits in a pocket easily. love that it uses AA batteries instead of one I need to charge. fun lens options like fishtank and fuzzy edges for play. I'm not anywhere near a professional photographer, but I like to take photos and for more serious picture-taking I have a DSLR.
Summary: I use these cameras and they are perfect for our work, but the cover to the batteries was broken on it, so we have to use tape to keep it shut. Not a very professional look, wish it hadn't been broken.. But can't afford to get another one right now.
Summary: Biggest gripe about this camera is that it has no viewfinder other than the lcd screen on the back - makes it impossible to aim the camera outdoors in any sunlight at all. takes ok pictures indoors with no flash - WAY too much light reflection with the flash on - never use it. Also, if it has a procedure to adjust the photo resolution down to a smaller size, I can't find it. Too involved of a process to turn on/off the date stamp.