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25 June 2014
Summary: Takes good pictures, as other have said battery life is short in some functions. My biggest complaint is that I cannot listen to my music on it. I have bought their recommended SD card, formatted it, copied my music on to it, tried several other SD micro's, etc., and none of them have worked.
Summary: I would call this a novelty camera. Yes, it is android based and thus, you have a tablet about the size of an aspirin to browse facebook with and such. The Image Quality is quite good but only that of say, a $150 dollar Nikon S6500. Not an enthusiast camera equivalent at all.
Summary: So I get it that battery life has to be preserved for a camera to be ready to take a shot anytime throughout the day. I get it that it takes 15 secs or so on power on (boot Android, rather) to take a pic with all the various processing/editing settings (at least you can take a basic pic...
Summary: The sole reason I bought this camera was for wifi connectivity. Every once in a while it will actually connect but more times than not it doesn't connect or it disconnects itself. I saw that there was an upgrade in November 2012 that was supposed to fix this issue but it certainly didn't help mine.
Summary: I like the 10 times zoom and have taken awsome pictures- when the battery is charged. Unfortunatly it looses charge fast even if not used. The battery life even with a fully charged battery is maybe 20 pictures. It discharges while on WIFI and very fast when on standby or browsing.
Summary: Just got the camera yesterday so this review is based on very limited experience (about 2 hours of playing). I'm not super tech savy but generally don't have problems with my iPad, Blackberry, and thinkpad.
Summary: I have used this camera for 3 weeks by now. Overall the camera is outstanding. Android functionality, lots of android photo apps that can be used with the camera. Images are fine with the point and shoot shortcomings. Having a CMOS sensor helps.