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 guess you get what you pay for. Pros: The technology is good. It takes good picyires with a lot of options. The movie is great. Cons: But it eats the battery like there is no tomorrow. I change battery every day. If you take a movie, even more. The flash is super slow. Smtms it has hard time focusing. The SD card and battery slot is in the same spot, so batteries fall out everytime you open the SD card (unlike the older versions) In the end its OK, gets the job done.
Summary: I bought this camera online for vacation. I did not have very high expectations for a $150.00 camera, however it was not what I expected or wanted. It took great pictures, but took way to long to process each shot before youcould take another. And the flip up manual flash... Why? Definitely not worth the extra $50.00 over the many other budget cameras they sell. I even exchanged it for $79.00 camera that works much faster.