Summary: I bought this camera back in 2008. Still have this camera now that it is going to the ending of 2013. I agree with every reviewer that has said that this camera runs through batteries quickly. It does. I always keep extra on hand. The camera takes AA batteries so pretty easy to find.
Summary: I only paid $19.95 for this Camera , (refurbished), and bought a 2 gigabyte Olympus SD card for another $19.95 , so for around $ 40.00 +/- I got an awesome camera with over 5800 possible pictures & the camera comes with the software used to download photos, and the camera has zoom , and other...
Summary: I bought this camera for my daughter as the price was right and an upgrade from what she was using. The item was packaged in a factory refurb box and came with all the paper work and even 2 sets of batteries.
Summary: This camera is just what they said it was. I left my original Olympus fe-310 Camera on the counter at Comp USA in Deerfield Beach Florida. I already had all the cards, wires, cables and other accessories so ordering a used camera was just what the doctor ordered. Everything functions fine.
Summary: I bought this camera to replace same camera of older vintage which was run over by a car (that's another long story for another time). I sought out and bought this one because I was so pleased with the performance and size of the original.
Summary: I've owned this camera for about three years, and I've figured out ways around some of its most irritating quirks. Still, I regret buying it. - Battery life can be solved by using lithium batteries and turning down the screen brightness when you have a longer time between shots.
Summary: My camera was shipped by the seller, and returned to them one week later damaged (something went wrong with the postage handler). The seller rectified the situation by shipping a new camera to me overnight and providing a $20 credit. Very good customer service.