Summary: About two years ago, I bought this decade-old camera as a replacement for a lost G5. At the price I got it, about $70 at the time, it was a great value with an excellent, fast lens that helped make up for the limited ISO range of 400.
Summary: I am delighted with the the Canon PowerShot G3. I love the G1 and this is very nearly the same. The major difference for me is with the CCD Color Filter Array which is GRGB in the G3 and CMYK in the G1.
Summary: Will make a great beginner camera for one of my sons once i buy a new memory card. the pictures are really clear and takes good photos just having a problem uploading due to the photo card being corupted
Summary: Even though this camera is over 10 years old, it is still a great buy. Canon quality is and always has been first rate. The camera is a little heavy by today's standards, but its high quality more than makes up for this fact.
Summary: This is, in 2013, to camera fans what a 1998 BMW 528i is to Beemer fans. Both Beemers deliver what you'd expect for what are designed to be high end pieces of gear, and are unmatchably more enjoyable to use than, say, a 1998 Hyundai.
Summary: Received camera quickly with the case, power cords, usb cord and TWO extra memory cards and also batteries. I'm a novice at photography, but it takes wonderfully clear pictures and video. Very pleased with product.