Summary: I bought this for my wife. It's a reconditioned unit, so I didn't really know what to expect. All I knew was I wanted my wife to have her Casio Exilim back in her hands and be happy. She had a different model, but it looked and acted the same. Well, acted ALMOST the same.
Summary: This is a very thin camera and it is great for going to restaurants and places where a bigger camera would draw attention. I am satisfied with the quality and the price was good too considering that this was a new, unused camera.
Summary: I bought one of these in early September, 2010. In January, 2011 the lens stopped retracting, so the camera stopped operating. Casio refused to fix the problem unless I paid them nearly $100 even though there is a 1 year warranty.
Summary: This a great point and shoot, but I was very disappointed in photo quality in low light, and ESP. When I cropped in iPhoto, I lost clarity. The light metering was very poor, for what needed in getting really good photos of jewelry. I am selling it and have bought the cannon ps. g12,which I LOVE!!!
Summary: This is a very small, easy to use camera. Pictures are very crisp and clear even when resolution is reduced. My wife loves the make up mode. Haven't had it long enough to judge durability. I would recommending the purchase of an extra battery.