Summary: For such a little camera, this does take wonderful pictures. Easy to handle. This little camera does everything that a larger camera would do. Going on an Alaskan Cruse and will be sure to have good pictures.
Summary: This camera is easy to use and gives you great photos. This is my third Casio and I love it. When I'm taking pictures of my grandchildren, I put it on 'continuous' and then keep 'snapping' -- there's always a some good ones in there.
Summary: somewhat easy to use. Nice big LCD screen. Nothing like the reviews. Great camera for the price. The only problem is some of the buttons are small and hard to manuver. If you have small fingers then its okay. Also, the toggle does not always move upward when pressed in that direction.
Summary: I've taken jillions of great pictures with my little Exilim....It's good for everything from macro to landscapes. And being able to take lots of nice little movies with good sound is a huge plus. And mine is one of the first models out without modern refinements like anti-shake.
Summary: The product is excellent and performs wonderfully. Though I am yet to start using it, but I have the confidence that it will meet my expectations. This is based from past experience of using the same type of camera.
Summary: This is the best digital camera i ever had. Very compact, beautiful color, great photos and superb video. The photo quality is very good for a non professional camera, you just have to find the best configuration. I had an equivalent model from Sony and i must say, Casio is much better.
Summary: Great camera, excellent pictures and superb video capabilities. Small, slim, very user friendly. My only gripe with the camera is that the format is MOV/MPG4 and not AVI/MPG4 which requires that I use quicktime to view videos (as opposed to windows media player).
Summary: I bought this camera strictly to shoot videos. I shopped for harddrive camcorders, but didn't like the bulky size or price tag. No other camera this size or cost offers mpeg-4 video capture. Most competiting cameras use an .avi video file that strings together a series of still photos as frames.