Interesting Idea of a digital camera but good pictures quality
Leon N, Amazon
29 May 2015
Summary: I really like the quality of the pictures and movies. Its on heavy side and complicated but it just mean I have to learn how to get then best out of it. It takes a while to get used to the way it powers ON and OFF, the manual zoom, and the auto focus on areas I don't want sometimes.
Summary: This camera does have a fragile feel to it, especially when compared to the Nikon P5000 I've been using for some years now and dropped on numerous occasions, and the P5000 still functions perfectly.
This is a fun and stylish camera to keep in your pocket or ...
Terry Mangum, Amazon
31 December 2014
Summary: This is a fun and stylish camera to keep in your pocket or bag. More than just a point and shoot, so count on spending a few minutes to learn what it can do. We've owned this for over a year and used it to take pictures in Netherlands and Belgium and had no problems.
Summary: Indeed a good camera with some flaws. The necessity to use both hands to start it is not so great at first but you quickly get used to it. In 6 months of use I got plenty of good pictures and then it started to overexpose (in my case with no apparent reason to the point where it is all white).
Great pictures, great look. Lens control problem after 11 months
jorge bela, Amazon
7 May 2014
Summary: Works better than expected. It is not a full frame or a APSC, but more than sufficient for most casual uses. When trekking or hiking I often leave my SLR behind. Easy to use, but it is necessary to read the manuals thoroughly.
Summary: At the current pricing level especially, an excellent pocket camera! Although I do have that lens control error concern, and am watching for it, so far I have not seen any symptoms....and I have shot several thousand pics, with turning the camera on and off hundreds of times!