Summary: Great Camera for the price. Bought this for my daughters 13th birthday, and she has really enjoyed using this camera. Takes a little getting used to, but has great potential once the manual is fully read I believe. One thing to remember, the camera will "click" even if you do not have the memory card in, but doesn't hold any internal memory.
Summary: Only 6 months old and the on/off button failed returned on guarantee having paid postage only to have it returned being told battery leakage. Rubbish, only used duracel. the flash button release is dodgy and it will cost you a fortune in batteries. You pay a lot and get very little in return. Buy another brand and get value for your money.
It's OK but Samsung Galaxy Note II pictures better
Shelley Cook, Amazon
4 October 2013
Summary: I really wanted this camera to work out, but after taking several test shots in different lighting situations indoors & outdoors, I returned it. I want a camera with long zoom, but I still want to use the auto settings. My main complaint is this camera always chose higher iso resulting in noisy/grainy pictures. Indoors (with window shades open & sunlight coming in) the pictures were very noisy, not even acceptable.
Summary: Quite simply it has performed excellently in every situation I've threw at it, from bright outdoors scenes, to taking pictures of constellations, to moving objects, to portraits. It's a great value for the price and won't disappoint.
Summary: I am very happy on using it. I mostly use it as a point-and-shoot camera with the Auto mode. The auto focus is fast enough. I had used it to take picture from the window of a running train. It performed well on the focus and also the shutter speed. I chose it also because it uses the BSI CMOS sensor, not the FSI CMOS sensor nor the CCR sensor. It does come out very nice and clear pictures. One more thing that I have to say is the feature of using dry cell batteries.