Summary: Nikon and Canon were my trusted brands for Digital Cameras. I bought this camera going after its slim design and I thought I made the right decision. Pictures quality were great and camera was so sleek. After 6 months suddenly now then I'm getting "Len's cover Error".
Summary: I got this camera because I have always been a big fan of Nikon cameras and thought they take great pictures. Well, I am not disappointed at the pictures, they look so much better than the one were taken from my husband's Casio camera (in my opinion).
Summary: PROS: the worst picture is the one not taken, and with it's size you can always have this camera with you. The large rear-screen is nice. the camera has a ton of features and settings, so many that it takes some time to scroll through them to find the right one for lighting conditions.
Summary: I already have an extended zoom Kodak Z612 so I was looking for a small pocket friendly camera for casual occasions. Did a lot of research and based on good experience with an S1 when I bought it for a friend over a year ago I decided to go with this stylish new S50, afterall the feature set is...
Summary: I purchased this camera a few days ago and returned it because I wasn't satisfied with picture quality and my fingers would end up in a few of the pictures. I think that camera should have been designed a little better because it is a very stylish camera.
Summary: The functionality on this camera is phenomenal, but I was disappointed in the quality of the images. They all seemed to be grainy to me. I used the camera for 1 - 2 weeks, then returned it and purchased a Canon SD800IS, which I'm very happy with.
Summary: For those of you looking to travel light, either for business or pleasure, there are a number of factors you should be aware of with the S50 that make it not nearly as travel friendly as other makers. 1)Battery charger comes with long proprietary power cord that must be taken along for it to work.