Summary: It's been gifted by somebody couple of years back. And I am using it since then. It's really good camera in the given cost and picture/video quality is also wonderful! It's not that great in the dark but overall it's worth at such a low cost.
Summary: This is a excellent little travel camera. It's picture and video quality isn't as good as my Panasonic TZ1, but it's not bad at all. (The Panny is also a lot larger and more expensive, so no surprises here.) If you're careful, you'll get very good results. The good: It runs on AA batteries and is so compact and easy to use. It's well engineered and intuitive.
Summary: I have not run into the same problems with this camera as I have with other brands. Although the color in the pictures is a bit dull, it still focuses extremely well, including in underlit areas. The image is constantly adjusting to get the best shot possible, so that's a plus.
The coolest feature so far is the Panoramic Assist.
Summary: I forgot my high end camera while out of town . Bought this since it was relatively cheap and easy to use. Got better than expected results. The pics where clear. Only needed to adjust contrast on my PC which is typical for photos taken with digital cameras. The menus are straight forward. The camera comes with a strap and two alkaline batteries. Took about 98 photos before the battery died. Recommend long life lithium batteries as replacements. The hand grip is small.
Summary: I purchased this camera to replace my older Sony 3.2mp, as it was slooooow as heck. I paid under a hundred bucks for it and I was a little wary after purchasing the camera and then reading some of the complaints about it. I am happy to say that the camera takes great pics and has a relatively short recycle time (for a camera that uses AA batteries). I lent it to a friend who went to Disney World over New Years and he took some amazing pictures of fireworks.