Summary: This camera is okay for what it does, but given that most smartphones have comparatively decent cameras, I don't know why I purchased this. This model requires alkaline batteries, which is somewhat annoying as these cameras usually tear through them. The image quality is average, but I'm not a photography nut. I bought this for use in a project and haven't used it ever since then because I carry a smartphone.
Summary: This camera does not take good pictures. Even during broad day night, the pictures come out dark and blurred. My old Sony with 4 megapixel is better than this one with 12 mp. Don't waste time and momey on this camera.
Summary: Bought this camera for my Fiancee since he is a truck driver ....very nice, light weight, large screen makes taking the pic very easy. have not tried out all the functions as of yet, but great camera for the price.
Summary: This 12 MP camera's photo quality is worse than my friend's Sony with only 4 MP, even when it's set to the highest resolution. But what do you expect, it's a cheap camera that cost under $50. It does have a lot of options, I think if you take the time you can adjust it to take better photos. I took a few shots on a sunny day and it still turned out kind of blurry, good thing I'm not a photo enthusiast.
Summary: This is a great camera for the price (Under $50}. It has nearly as many options for picture taking and picture quality as a higher end camera I own. It is small enough to be carried in your shirt pocket which is the main reason I bought it.
Summary: great for taking action pictures in outdoor/indoors. Has advanced features in manual mode and will need some enthusiasm to go through the settings and take a shot. the problem i faced is once it is set in manual mode for one shot, the settings are changed for the next picture and have to set it once again to get to the same settings. The pictures were never blurry.
Summary: Bought one on sale at a big discount, and didn't expect much, but was pleasantly surprised at the photos it is capable of. I've posted a number of unedited shots taken in the first few days, with little understanding of the settings, other than I turned the wheel to find what appeared to be an auto-focus mode that flashes and another one that doesn't.