Great grab and go camera for the digital photographer.
10 December 2012
Summary: Amazing quality for the value. Has a quality video feature that actually has very good sound. Dial allows SP setting with text option, no need for a copy machine with this camera in your pocket. Fairly durable to my surprise and user friendly. The manual is very readable and easy to understand. Takes XD and SD cards. Long battery life. Worth getting two, can't tell its not 12 mp.
Summary: This is a good Camera. But it ain't waterproof. Learned that the hard way. The optical zoom produces a good upclose picture. It's just a good little camera worth the money. Just don't take it fishing with you.
Summary: I Bought this camera from ebay, it has Great video Quality, Great Picture Quality, and it has a lot of Other Options. The Only things might be postive is the battries, it takes alot of power quick, but i fixed this issue by buying rechargeable battries.
Summary: I bought this camera after extensive research to take with me on a three-month semester in Europe. My main criteria were: 1) low price, 2) good picture quality, 3) short startup and lag time between photos, 4) portability, and 5) good battery life. Over the course of the semester I managed to take a good 1600 pictures of people, landscapes, and artwork in all different settings, and frankly the image quality blew me (and my family) away with its sharpness and vivid...
Summary: I bought this camera to replace my old 2 MP Fuji which served me well for over 8 years. This new camera has all the gadgets and is very user friendly. Reliable, and for $145 a real bargain for an 8.3 MP camera!
Summary: I bought this camera to replace my old Fuju A200. Having already owned a Fuji, I knew mostly what to expect in terms of quality, but the enormous leap forward from the A200 to this is like going from DOS to a fully integrated Windows environment. This camera is small - you can fit it in most pockets - but it can do almost all the things a fancier camera can.