Summary: This camera should sell for $29.95 at Toy's R-US. The picture quality even under good lighting conditions and setup to "fine" is terrible. Worse if you use the digital zoom, then the images become unbearably pixelated. Any cell phone camera can take better pictures.
Summary: Once you've got over the cuteness of it, the fact remains that the mini-Minox/Leica takes lousy pictures, is overly difficult to use and (get this!) doesn't do time stamping of picture files. I was very disappointed with this product and wish I could return it somehow..(I can't!)
Summary: Not only is this thing all plastic with FIXED levers that are merely decorative, if you look at the product image carefully you'll see a HUGE black plastic black box on the back of it which even kills the cuteness factor of it. My 35mm Minox at least fit in my pocket, when the lens was folded shut.
Summary: This camera is very small, but the picture quality isnt that great. You could get a canon with much better quality, for the same price. It takes really nice pictures if you use it correctly, in natural light, outdoor shots.
Summary: I am amazed at the number of negative reviews here that come from people that, incredibly, thought they were buying a "serious" camera. People, look at it. Read the specs. Go to the nearest store and hold it in your hands. This is a toy, meant to be bought for its looks.
Summary: One star is too much. This was one of two I ordered - one to replace the other. The electronic controls did not work. I tried three different batteries (one from the package, two new ones from the store) and the camera responded the same. The LCD readout would not display correct information.
Summary: Found the camera a nice replica but much too difficult to use and the built in storage system renders the camera virtually useless for any serious picture taking. Can't recommend this little number for anything other than having a minox digital in the collection.