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: 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.
Summary: It does what it needs to, though i was falsely led when buying it about the price of silver and black being 15$ different, and the fact it has no "sports" setting,and i find it very tricky to stop blurs from the slightest motion in my photos. the flash is VERY powerful, and it's good in low lighting. a great pocket camera.
Summary: i have buy A810 last week and i love this camera so much but there is 1 problem you can not shoot video @ low light because flash is not working.and you have a light for capture video @ night shoot.
Summary: A pretty decent Point and Shoot cam for the price, the results are pretty good if used in daylight however indoor/night shots r quite average. It uses AA type rechargeable batteries which makes the camera a little heavy but can make do with disposable batteries if the charge runs out.Anyways,a good entry level P&S camera.