Summary: This little camera is simple and intuitive to use. I've taken lots and lots of clear, sharp pictures and quite a few short videos. It's easy to modify the file sizes of the photos/videos to suit a specific purpose (ie. HD videos for home use, vs. lower quality videos to e-mail or post online). I'm amazed at how versatile and effective this very low cost camera has been. I highly recommend it before it gets discontinued and a higher priced model eventually replaces it!
Summary: I am very pleased with this camera. Easy to use. No instructions for the USB cord. I guess the manufacturer expects a person to know what to do with it. Instructions for its use are pretty clear. I like the large viewing window. Pictures sure do come out looking great.
Summary: I love this camera because it gives MUCH better picture quality than my last. -Easy to use -Zoom feature works great for taking the pictures at a distance with clarity -If the picture is out of focus, the camera automatically adjusts so you can take it in clarity.
Summary: ~ The battery and memory chamber door broke on my Canon PowerShot SX 100 and the cost to repair was about $100.00. The Canon is about five years old, has more wheels, switches and setting than you can poke a stick at, does a good job of taking pictures, but requires a keen memory to remember all the settings. Plus, it is a little too large to carry comfortably so I went looking for another camera.
Can't rotate pictures, can only post one picture at a time
23 April 2013
Summary: I am really disappointed in this camera. I wanted a camera that used regular batteries as I've had issues with the rechargable cameras (namely, no charge when you needed to use the camera). There aren't many cameras on the market now that use regular batteries. This camera has a much faster shutter than my old one, which I liked, but imagine my surprise when I went to post pictures on Facebook and found that I can only post one picture at a time.