Excerpt: The Olympus FE-240 is a wonderful camera! I have had mine for some time now and I take it EVERYWHERE I go. I especially like the fact that with this camera, someone like me (who is not a professional photographer) can take a variety of beautiful pictures with great ease. It's Macro and Super Macro features allow a user to capture gorgeous (professional looking!) detail in close up shots.
Excerpt: Good value. Lots of features. Great size. Anti- shake which is nice since you cant really brace the camera close to your eye. Which leads me to the only negative - no view finder. This is fairly common with point and shoot digital cameras. I'm old fashioned, however. Really miss viewfinders.
Excerpt: i love this little gadget. what i like most about it is the built-in menu right on the camera which comes in handy when you need to consult the manual and you don't have to look for it. just click the menu button and there it is, it'll tell you what you need to know plus i love the self-timer also.
Summary: Here I go again! Just 5 weeks after my wife and I bought the Olympus FE-340 and FE-290 on the same day (see my other reviews), we decided to go ahead and buy another digital point-and-shoot. No, nothing was wrong with the earlier two cameras, we just decided that since they were very inexpensive, why don't we buy another one and just stuff one in each of the 3 cars in our household?
Summary: Arrived fine, on time. It has very good image quality. Features are sometimes difficult to use. But if your tech savvy, you can handle it. Biggest problem, doesn't fit typical camera cards, ie scan disk. Bought one specifically for the camera as I never had one before. It was recommended on the page, so don't be fooled. Night shots come out strange though, do to the enhancing effects. Otherwise I was pleased with this "refurbished" item.
Summary: My camera was one that had been returned to the company and refurbished/repackaged so I was supposed to be getting an extra good deal. It was a tiny bit scratched on the outside when I got it, but nothing that changed the quality of the camera itself. So, I'd say that I did get a great deal ($50 less than suggested retail price). So far it's been working great. Sometimes the pictures turn out a bit blurry, but I have a feeling that's more user error than camera error.