Summary: Great resitance for droppings, water, dust, you name it. Just be sure you'll NEVER get a nice picture indoors but if that's ok with you (just as I thought so when I bought it) you'll do great.
Summary: I have had this camera for about two years. My first waterproof camera (this same exact one) had some issues being waterproof. I actually think I got a defective one but thank god I bought an all inclusive warranty, so I was able to get my money back, no hassles.
Summary: Not bad... a little overpriced, but nonetheless a nice, and surprisingly slim camera. Sharp pictures, especially when shooting in Landscape Mode. Only major complaint is the lag time between shots... longest I've seen on any digital camera.
Summary: We have been using an Olympus Stylus for a couple of years. Took this one on a snowboarding trip. Snapped about 400 photos, mostly outside. All but a few turned out beautiful. Sharp and detailed. Dropped, covered with snow and got wet.... kept going.
Summary: The EX-G1 is everything that the product overviews say that it is, nothing more. It looks and feels great, is smaller than I imagined, easy to use, etc. The picture quality is fine/fair/solid.
Summary: It's great having a 'real' camera (not a cellphone) that I can just have with me. I've got other cameras but they're just too clunky to have with me all the time. Pictures are of SURPRISINGLY GOOD QUALITY for a camera of this size! Of course it does better outdoors than indoors with flash.
Summary: I have had my camera for a few days so long term I'm not sure how it will hold up but if it's anything like my old Casio it will do well. I give it a 4 instead of a 5 because the way the battery is charged is by removing the battery each time =(.
Summary: When you open the box and pick up this camera for the first time, you notice two things: First: Its heavy. Not too heavy, but heavy. Second: Its thin, much thinner than I expected it to be. When you start it up, you are dazzled by the brightness and clarity of the LCD display.
Summary: Per chi si vuole spingere oltre e deflorare i confini della fotografia in ogni situazione. SE le fotocamere a lenti intercambiabili si arricchiscono nelle funzionalità, le compatte allargano gli orizzonti verso lidi poco esplorati.