Take a long time before the camera is ready for ...
G. Maw "rkt", Amazon
25 December 2014
Summary: Take a long time before the camera is ready for the next shot. You must get the object focused before you can fully depress the shutter button, otherwise the picture will become blurred. You'll almost always lose the shooting opportunity before the slowness of the camera.
Summary: I made several mistakes but the first one was purchasing this camera before reading the reviews. Now its too late to use whatever warranty was offered. I used the camera for approximately four months, taking only a handful of pictures over that period.
Summary: I purchased the camera and within 10-15 pictures it refused to charge or turn on. I purchased a new battery and the problem persisted. I purchased a third party charger thinking that was the problem, again no luck.
Summary: When I first got this particular model camera (around April 2011), it was to replace my Nikon COOLPIX S3000 (when it suffered the lens error at the time). Resolution was nice and it was cool to use touchscreen.
Summary: I've had this camera for a year. I would NOT buy it again because of the following - but I think I have good news for others: Problem 1: very slow picture taking - I'd have to wait up to 10 seconds in between pictures if I wanted to take 2 in a row -frustrating!
Summary: I bought this as a gift last Christmas, didn't even last a year. The lens won't open, the battery wouldn't charge. How sad. I have an Olympus C-3000 that's probably 12 to 15 years old.... still working I have a Canon 20-D that's 7 years old.....
Summary: A few months after purchase, this camera wouldn't charge despite the fact that the green light was blinking. Since it was under warranty, I had it repaired. A few months later I had the same problem again. Now the warranty has expired, so I have a paperweight.
Summary: Oh this camera sucks big time! so frustrated with it I could toss it across the room. No need to go into full detail because I'm having the same problem everyone else is having. "IT WON'T CHARGE"