Summary: What I ordered was exactly what I got. The P50 has a vast amount of options and the look and feel of a high-end camera. The speed of the service and the delivery of the camera with all attachments was superb.
Summary: This camera has a very wide angle lens, great for photgraphing inside properties for real estate. It's not the lightest and smallest camera around, but it's easy to grip and aim with one hand and uses AA batteries and SD card that are available anywhere, no charger needed. Also has viewfinder, for situations where the viewing screen is not convenient or for those who prefer this more traditional way of using a camera.
Summary: Good to acceptable image quality on computer screen up to ISO 200. Lens distortions are evident especially around edges, at various focal lengths. Managed to produce decent 8x10 inch prints, even from cropped frames.
Summary: Confession: I've only had this camera one week, so I'll update this entry if new facts warrant. Having said that, this is a terrific camera for those qualities that I value. The essence of great photography for my skill-level means being able to take A LOT of pictures inexpensively (deleting a bunch and fixing the rest in the "studio" of the desktop) and this camera not only does that well, but much better than previous cameras I've owned.
Summary: I am a photographer and was looking for something smaller and lighter than my big DSLR - and the wide angle is nice along with the manual exposure controls ive had it for a couple of months and the only problem Im having is that i cant find the battery meter. And as far as battery consumption, It ate though the batteries that came with it pretty fast but ive done heavy shooting on regular alkaline batteries and they seem to last and last.