Summary: The batteries are hard to get in and out as the latch sticks. You have to press hard to get a picture to take and when you press hard you usually move the camera a bit which results in a blurred photo--have to take many pics to get one good one.
Summary: When I purchased this camera I didn't realize it came with regular AA batteries not rechargeable ones, that was disappointing Also it did not come with a memory card either so that was disappointing, it does take really nice photos though
Summary: The camera was Regular priced at $179.99 and Sale priced at $99, but don't know the actual" Retail price", so I expected it to be a whole lot better that my Canon 12.1 mega pixels but the truth is mines takes clearer pictures and is more stable. But my son is a photographer at his school so this will come in handy for him.
Summary: the problem with this camera is that it doesn't include an SD card and a movie just runs for a few seconds. Pictures are great but I believe that purchasing the SD card ( for an additional fee) at time of check out should be provided. It would make the experience more enjoyable.
Summary: I purchased this camera to take many shots. I have a new grand daughter and of course, when you snap a picture they smile just after it. This camera does take many shots, but the more you take in one session the lower the quality of the picture. It also takes many seconds to record the image and you might miss something if you want multiple shots.