Summary: I have been using the camera for about five years and can testify that it's a very good camera. It's reliable, easy to use, image quality is very good. I don't see any major flaws in the camera. One of the minor ones is that I'd prefer the mode switch be tighter to switch. As it is not tight enough, sometimes it gets accidentally switched (e.g.
Summary: I am very pleased with this camera. I needed a simple, straight forward camera that takes regular batteries. It works better than some of the cheaper cameras I have tried. Close-ups are good, and movie mode works well.
Summary: This camera is easy to use, but has many features, including plenty of Best Shot settings that make it easy to take shots of certain scenes. There are plenty of megapixels available for the average user. I bought this camera after I dropped and broke my older, well-used, Casio Exilim camera, which was the same as this one except that it had fewer megapixels. I liked that one so well and was used to it, so I searched for another that was similar and found this one.
Summary: I'm not a photographer.I wanted a good quality small camera to carry in my pocket that took better photos then my cell phone.Sorry for not getting Techie but my purpose here is to say that I like it,it works fine,it's flat in my pocket,and the price was very,very good on Amazon.
Summary: I had a 5M pixel camera before and it was 5 years old. My new Casio camera takes great pictures and you can control a lot of setting. Great battery life. Obviously the quality of the pictures will not be close to SLR cameras. As far as reviewing it on big screen or printing up to A4 size paper they are clear. I did not have any problems. It can take pictures in low light compared to my previous digital 5M camera. But I wanted a camera with underwater capability too.
Summary: I generally am a fan of the casio cameras...for quality, practicality, and the usb cradles (as opposed to the ones where you have to physically take out the battery and charge it separately...pretty lame). And this one is no exception. The only thing I wish was that instead of the 2.8" lcd screen, they'd gone with the full 3" one (like Canon SD750).