Summary: Too bad the company no longer makes cameras, the Konika Minolta Dimage has been long discontinued, but I bought mine around 2004 and use it a lot in my studio on a tripod, it's performed flawlessly for 9 years and many thousands of images.
Summary: I have purchased this camera back in '04 as a graduation present. nearly 10 years later, still in service and still can take a more competent photo over my iphone 5. one thing is true about this camera. it was well engineered for its time and can still place new cameras under the shame list.
Summary: Now don't get me wrong, I know this camera is hopelessly obsolete, it's not old, it's ancient. But between work and home and gifts I think I've purchased at least half a dozen cameras since I got it and it's still my favorite.
Summary: I have owned this camera for probably 4-5 years - and it has been a wonderful camera! When I purchased it, I wanted something that filled my hand, not a little deck-of-cards sized camera. This one was well reviewed, so I picked one up.
Summary: this camera is awesome. I had one before, but i dropped it and it broke it. It will take perfect pictures while riding in a car on interstate at 70miles per hour. I took it to the Grand Canyon this year and got some great pics of some beautiful painted bridges on the highway.
Summary: For anyone that doesn't need to print anything bigger than 4x6 or 5x7 this is the camera for you. It is great for beginners and anyone that might want to learn how to adjust the F-stop and shutter speed for more interesting photos. This is my 2nd one, I broke the first by accident.
Summary: I think I write a review from this little monster some time ago, but now I check and I couldn't find it so, I will do it again because this tiny but awesome camera deserve it. this was my real first digital camera, I search in dpreview a lot, like 4 or 5 weeks, looking mainly a camera with an...