Summary: If all you want is a camera that is point and click without all of the fancy dodads that come on most this is the camera. You can still zoom and take great photos. This is easy to use, you power it on and point and click. The only thing I do not like about this camera is the fact that you have to hold down the flash button longer then most and it takes longer to get a photo.
Excerpt: I bought this camera mainly because it was cheap, and that is reflected in the overall quality. to be frank it's not worth the £85 I paid for it! It is a difficult camera to use when you want to review the photos already taken, after around six months it became apparent something was wrong it kept flashing 'read error' at me!
Excerpt: I have had this Camera for a year and I am not happy with it. I find it only takes good pics when the room is bright, or they come out black. I can not rely on the flash at all. Also it always dies, weather I put freshly charged batteries or brand new batteries it immediately flashes low battery and shuts off. Alot of times when I am looking through my photos I get a message on the screen "card read error" and it will not let me view the pics.
Excerpt: I got this digital camera for christmas last year and since then it had been really good. I love the design especially the fact that it comes in different colours . I have it in gold and i think it looks great! (using it...) Its more complicated than the camera i previously had but i find it easy to use.
Pros: Digital and optical zoom, range of colours, 5 . 1 mp
Excerpt: this camera does not have an exellent zoom but that did not really matter that much for the photos i wanted to take because i mainly take action/sport photos. the shutter speed is good if you press the 'take the picture' button half way down and let it 'auto focus' you then press it down all the way and it takes the picture. on the right mode the picture does not come out all fuzzy.
Pros: quick shutter speed, durabitily
Cons: not so good zoom, pictures sometimes quite shaky
Excerpt: The Program this Camera Comes with is absolutely excellent for removing red eye manually, it also works so you can edited pre-stored jpegs. its very quick uploading to pc via usb. Although the programme then adds its self to start up as soon as your computer is switched on. this can be changed by clicking run; then type; msconfig press enter, then press the start up tab from the top then de-select from the right hand side.
Pros: Reduced Red Eye, Superb Quality Pictures
Cons: Short Battery Life, Memory card not included
Excerpt: I picked this camera up because it was cheap, and is a reliable make. It does what it should, I've had no problems with it. The adjustable ISO settings are handy if you know what they're for, the optical zoom is a really good point, also the digital zoom is turned off by default which I see as a good point because this prevents the user from distorting photos without meaning to.
Pros: easy to use, simple, light, small, has optical zoom
Cons: feels as cheap as it is, runs out batteries quick
Excerpt: I recieved this camera as a Christmas present and I love it! The quality of the pictures is exeptional, with the pictures all being very sharp. You can choose the quality of pictures and even the third choice down from the top still gives sharp, clear pictures. The camera itself is also very lightweight, when you take the batteries out the it's almost weightless. With the batteries in it still isn't heavy.
Pros: small and lightweight, easy to carry in a pocket or bag
Excerpt: I got this camera as a birthday present, I wanted it because I was pregnant and wanted to catch all the precious moments to come, and I certainly have. Look My 1 looks different to picture it looks better in real form my 1 is all silver no black it is a nice smart looking design. The camera lens opens automatically when turned on and shuts when it has been left on but not being used and when you turn it off, the lens is completely protected as it has a cover which shuts...
Excerpt: I have always been a fan of Sony digital cameras but when mine recently gave up and stopped working, I quickly needed to buy a replacement. I found this Fuji A510 in Currys priced at £79.99 and I had to take a look as the literature boasted 5 million pixels. Although the camera felt less robust than my old Sony, it is extremely light and can realistically fit into a trouser pocket without announcing to the world that it is there.