Summary: A great camera! I'm then least knowledgeable person pertaining to cameras. All I could do was read up on some basic photography tips and yet I've taken more than useful photographs with this pint-sized camera. Number one, the battery life is amazing, but get a good memory card, its internal memory only holds near 5 pictures.
Summary: I don't recommend the seller of this camera. The camera was incomplete and the SD card connection inside the camera was broken. I spend more money try to buy the items to repair it that the money I should pay for a new camera. This is not a new product and I understand. However, if your know the article is broken you should not sell it.
Summary: I'm surprised just how many features this older digital camera has. The viewfinder which allows me to take pictures in bright sunlight is a great start. The 2.5" TFT LCD screen can be turned off to conserve the rechargeable lithium battery power. 9.3MB built-in flash memory. Camera also keeps track of world time of up to 162 cities in 32 time zones and has an auto calendar up to the year 2049.
Summary: I love the camera but I am having a hard time finding a SD card that works in the camera. I would like to use a larger SD card so that I can take more pictures. I have not contacted the seller yet but I intend to find out if they can give me a brand name for a SD card that will work with the camera. That is the only issue I have with this camera.
Summary: The quality of the product is excellent, but i have a complaint: the memory it needs is very low, can't use high capacity memory, only 512 mb and 128 mb, for a person who uses very photos isn't work very much.
Summary: I forgot when I purchased this camera in 2006 that high MegaPixel does not always equal quality photos. Outdoor with natural light the pics are just peachy. Indoor, they are grainy. Perhaps some of that is the LCD--but it is advertised as a "display that brings out the true brilliant quality of the pictures". So I have to believe that the issue is the camera itself.
Summary: My camera went bad from a VERY COMMONLY reported manufacturing defect "camera stabilizer is not available" error message in the model I had. Since this is a common defect from the manufacture, they should have fixed my camera at their expense, but they refused to fix it without me having to pay $100 something for their manufacturing defect plus shipping charges! Don't buy Casio products! They don't stand behind the quality of their products.
Summary: I spent countless hours reading about compact cameras, and chose this one as it has a HUGE LCD screen; 2.7 inches, which is just fantastic. Other than that, it is laid out very logically and super easy to use. The buttons are a bit small, but the trade-off for such a large lcd screen is well worth it. It recyles very quickly; takes good photos, and I like the cradle and rechargeable lithium battery as well. Mine is refurbished and cost under $140!!!