Excerpt: The Olympus C-150 was a gift from my wife, about a year ago. It was my first digital camera. I am very satisfied with this camera and the pictures it takes. The menu and options are easy to understand and access.
Excerpt: I use this camera for my photograph taking during parties, family gathering, travelling, and sight-seeing since 2003. This camera is compact, easy to take use, extremely portable, and do take quality pictures.
Excerpt: Introduction Ah, now this takes me back. The first person in my family to get a digital camera that was really much more than a toy was my dad, quite a few years ago now, and the camera he got was one of these things.
Pros: Easy to use, reliable, fits nicely in the hand, cheap to buy, reasonable sharpness and exposure
Cons: Overdone saturation of some colours, no optical zoom, flash is iffy, garish menus, a bit bulky
Excerpt: This is my first digital camera and I was very disappointed with it. It has such a delay when you click the button that whatever you are taking a photo of (either a dog or a baby in my case) has moved and the shot either has a baby's blurred hand waved in front of his face or a dog who has turned...
Pros: Digital is an advantage but nothing specificly good with this camera
Cons: Slow from button press to actual photo, battery life is poor etc . . .
Excerpt: WHAT TO LOOK OUT FOR ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ When choosing a digital camera there are lots of choices you will have to make and just like all technology things change so often that one minute you will think you got a really good deal or the best camera around and the next you will think...
Pros: REMOVABLE XD - PICTURE CARD
Cons: EATS BATTERY FOR DINNER,ANOYEING WAIT BEFORE FLASH GOES OFF
Excerpt: I got this as a birthday present so don't know how much it cost but I think it was a reasonable amount. The camera comes with all the software you need to browse and edit pictures. The picture quality is great, I've taken some excellent photos with it.
Excerpt: I once swore that I would never bother with a digital camera. The cheap models produced disappointing "webcam" type results and a fortune would need to be paid to get anything that rivalled the 35mm SLR (Single Lens Reflex) cameras.
Pros: Can be used for snapshots or more advanced photos . Easy to use
Cons: Eats batteries . Software needs registering if you want extras