Excerpt: I bought this camera to replace a Sony DSC-U30 mini camera, and it just may also replace my larger Sony DSC-S80 as well. I had four criteria: Less than $275, will fit in my breast pocket, and takes an SD card rather than Memory Stick, Xd or MiniSD, and image quality, of course.
Excerpt: I am more and more impressed with this camera the more I use it. Hard to take a bad picture, and the flash is great for "point and shoot". Do yourself a favor and buy this camera if your are considering it! Problems: None
Excerpt: That's the first digital camera that ı ve bought but ı think ı bought the best one for this money. The LCD screen are glarious 2.7 inc and the quality are good. YOU CAN BUY ONE Problems: maybe the focusin are a bit noisy
Excerpt: Bought this for a nice pocket size camera and the 500 photos on a charge really clinched the deal. Only had it a few days - have taken over 270 photos and the battery is still showing full. The 2.7" LCD is really awesome too. Starts up really quickly and flash recharges fast.
Excerpt: Bought this for my mother: Nice slim design, with respectable megapixels, long battery life, and anti-shake. I found the autofocus noisy compared with our Casio z750. I found the image quality somewhat poor (noisy/grainy).
Summary: The first thing that strikes you when opening the box is how small it really is - When they say it's comapact they aren't joking! I really reccomend this camera for beginners and amateurs alike; It's brilliant for pulling out and taking quick snaps, but also offers more advanced settings if you want...
Summary: If you're in the market for an excellent quality digital camera that doesn't cost the earth, then this is the camera for you. It also won't cost you a fortune in batteries because the rechargeable one included with the camera lasts for absolutely ages. I was never a real fan of digital cameras.
Summary: I bought this on the reccommendation of a friend and am not dissapointed in the slightest. A huge LCD screen, lots of shot options, easy to use, super quick start up time -from turning it on to bringing up to take a picture, it's ready to go.