Excerpt: A great camera that can withstand a variety of knocks and bangs. I've had this camera for 5 years now and never had a problem. It takes good clear pictures which are easily viewed on the camera or transfered to the computer.
Pros: strong casing for safety and good picture quality
Excerpt: I don´t happen to be a computer nor a photography freak, but I manage well with both disciplines, and I had had previous experiences with not-so-good digital cameras whose quality was not by far comparable to my good old optical one.
Summary: I bought this camera nearly a year ago and so far I have been very happy with the choice I made. I also have been watching price drop on this product but it's still cost nearly the same amount I paid last year, which proves that you don't get much bargain on quality.
This little camera beats many big names hands down
30 January 2004
Excerpt: I had my doubts about the true value of a digital camera, having used bulky Sony Mavica and Fuji digital cameras at work. But as my birthday approached and my wife kept badgering me about what I would like, I decided to have a look at digital cameras.
Pros: Super quality pictures and very compact
Cons: Takes time to recharge and lens assembly feels fragile
Excerpt: Okay, so I finally got fed up of having to buy new film for my camera, taking photo's that didn't resemble what you saw through the viewfinder, having to take photo's of your dog or granny just to finish the film off and then losing your film, and to top it all off nearly getting run over whilst...
Excerpt: Have purchased the Digital Revio KD-310Z and I have to say that I am extremely satisfied! The camera weighs very little bit, and is of dimensions 94mm(L) x 57mm(A) x 29.5mm(P), few more than a packet of cigarettes! The resolution is of 3.32 Million pixel and the maximum format it is 2048x1526 pixel.
Pros: Compact, light, battery to the litio, 2 formats of memorization, easy - to - use, 3 . 2 Mpixels
Excerpt: This camera is the 3 Megapixel version of the KD-400 and can be found for around £250. Good build quality, easy to use and can take great pictures.The camera supports both Memory Stick and MMC/SD formats, includes 2MB of internal memory and comes with a 16MB MMC.
Pros: Good Quality and Easy to Use
Cons: No Mains Adapter Included, Flash is to Strong
Excerpt: My husband and I upgraded our digital camera in January after spotting this beauty in the sales. We previously had a Sony P50 we didn't get on with (see opinion) and wanted a change. The Konica is definitely a change for the better. It really is simple to use, a real point and shoot.