Summary: An excellent camera with lots of features. The menus aren't too difficult to use and the instruction manuel is sparse, but the camera works great in any light and has produced some GREAT pictures for me. Two thumbs up.
Summary: Update - I had some problems with the lcd display recently. The problem was covered under the normal Canon America warrant and the camera was returned in better condition than when I sent it! I was out $12 for insured shipping to them, but everything else was covered. -------- This is a very good point and shoot digital camera!
Summary: I love this camera a lot! However, the only thing that I dislike about it is that, it doesn't have an optical view finder. I find it difficult to take shots outdoors when it's very bright. I could hardly see what is in the monitor. The glare of the outdoor light reflects on to the screen w/c limits or reduces the clarity of the screen. I had to guess and hope that I capture the image I want to shoot.
Perfect in every way, but doesn't take the highest quality pictures
Mansoor M. Javed, Amazon
9 January 2007
Summary: I bought this camera for my wife's birthday, and we were impressed by its small size and numerous features, but when we compared its pictures to the pictures taken by a friend's Canon Elph, we realized we'd sacrificed quality for size. Since the most important thing to us was the quality of the pictures, we returned this camera and bought the larger Elph.
Summary: I like a lot of the bells and whistles of this digital camera and feel that most of them work great! The only drawback I've discovered with this camera is that a small amount of the digital pictures taken appear blurry or out of focus, which I find frustrating! My previous digital camera, which I owned for 3-4 years had a few of these types of pictures but far less of them than the Casio Exilim EX-S600.
Summary: After having been through a number of other digital cameras ( 5mp Kyocera and a 5mp Sony) I can say I am very happy with the pictures of this little Casio. I have had it for about 4 months now and I am not a serious photo enthusiast but for taking everyday family pictures this is a great camera. Pictures come out very good in most lighting conditions, the lcd is very large and bright, battery life is excellent.
Summary: not cheap, not expensive. camera itself is user-friendlier than most other cameras i have been used to. everything about the camera is great! best shot feature is so simple yet detailed, battery life is amazing, viewing screen is more than adequate, video capabilities are surprisingly useful. not so impressive in the dark/night situations.(like most cameras in its range) life is definitely good when you carry this cam. very stylish too.
Summary: Its got a great build. It is solid and feels like like quality. Kinda like the older canon point and shoots that were mostly stainless steel instead of how they are now...sort of plasticy. Ive never owned a Casio until now and apperently they are really trying to improve things for people who are looking for quality in point in shoot. You do have to be careful not to fumble with it and drop it. It feels so durable it might be able to withstand impact.
Summary: I wanted this camera basically because of its small size- I never take a camera out w/ me anymore as, being a guy, I have no where to put one other than my jeans pockets! This camera fits perfectly in your pocket- and takes high quality photos..the best shot feature is really cool and will help non-experts to take great shots!