Summary: Besides all the inconveniences of the camera itself (takes blurry photos, flash is always on), the darn thing is so cheaply made that it fell apart after only having it 9 months. What a cheap piece of crap, am very disappointed!
I cant rate this less then one, but should have the option
Preferred Customer "mousepadmayhem", Amazon
8 July 2012
Summary: I didnt use the camera for about a year. There is no removeable battery. Now when i try and charge the camera it just flashes on and off, I let it set like that for hours and unplugged it and still wont turn on.
Summary: I recieved this camera for a Christmas gift, Let me just say I have no Christmas pictures, worth keeping, blurry pictures,no matter what we tried, can't focus, only way to charge battery is to stick in your computer, what happens when your on vacation, no computer, sorry not worth it
Summary: 'Very pleased with the ease of use of this camera. Putting the pictures on the computer couldn't be easier! I like the size,too-it is small and fits nicely in the hand while using and carrying. It is a GE CREOO-BK -12 MP digital with 3x optical zoom and 2.7-inch LCD (Black Metal) Created by Jason Wu.(love the PC port!) Amazon is always dependable!
Summary: The camera is a simple no frills photo-snapper. The built-in slide-out USB is great. No need to carry around a USB cord to upload your photos. The internal 2GB memory is also nice. The problems lie in the quality of the product. For one, it has trouble registering when you turn it to switch between photo landscape view and portrait view. That is just a minor nuisance and not a deal-breaker. It's real pitfall is it's lack of durability.
Summary: This camera has about three good characteristics and the rest is a jumble of design flaws. Firstly, the flash has to be shut off. It's always on unless you shut it off, the opposite of every other camera ever made. Just an annoying task to deal with all the time. Nearly every single picture is blurred (with or without the flash) because the camera takes forever to process an image.