Summary: Since I have a hobby of rebuilding and selling old fountain pens, I need a camera that will take close-up pictures. I looked at cameras locally that were made by famous companies and costing up to about $200.00. However, none had a macro lens that would take close up photos of pen nibs and inscriptions on the pens.
Summary: I purchased this camera to replace a 5-year-old Olympus digital and was thrilled at both how much the cost had gone down on digital cameras and at the decrease in size. The photo quality is excellent - both in outside shots (high or low light - especially on a cloudy day), and inside shots with or without the flash (I prefer the automatic setting, though sometimes will turn the flash off). Also works well for macro shots and in the zoom setting.
Summary: I got this camera for Christmas last year. I've taken a year's worth of great pictures with it. If I took the time to read the manual, they'd be even better. It's a little too complex (for me) to understand all of its features without reading to find out how they work, but it's a great little camera. Easy to use, and smaller than a pack of cigarettes. You can keep this one in your pocket for those once-in-a-lifetime shots that would otherwise be missed.
Summary: This has been my daily carry camera for 2 years. I've run probably 250 shots through it. For some people, that's not much in 2 years, and that's why I chose this camera over a more expensive one. It's still doing great, wide angle or macro, it's been a dependable camera. I keep it in a good case, it still looks like new, and I hope to use it for many years to come. It really does everything I want. The first month with this camera was disappointing for a few reasons.
Summary: Worst camera I have ever owned. Quality of pictures is a joke. My parents have a 5MP that takes better. I'm going to buy a new one of my old 10mp fuji j27 instead. I bought this because I have an old Olympus OM10 and had good reviews of the brand but had never tried one of their digitals and wanted to upgrade to a 14MP to get better quality art/amateur pics. NEVER AGAIN.
Summary: Bought as a gift for my daughter. Has a lot of the same features as my more expensive camera and more MB. Easy to use form the get go. Uses standard batteries, which has its plusses and minusses (battery life and no charger). Photo transfer via usb or card reader is a snap, no extra software required. Good value for the money.
Average pic quality but solidly built and takes 2 AA batteries
Gadgester "No Time, No Money", Amazon
23 September 2011
Summary: Length:: 0:13 Mins Video clip note: my video clip demonstrates digital zoom in video mode. (sorry about the cough as I was sick at the time.) Review: After an auto accident I decided to get an inexpensive digital camera and keep it in my car. At first I bought a Vivitar for about 50 bucks from my local Walgreen's but it was a complete POS and ate through batteries like crazy.
Summary: tengo un monitor y televisor rectangular con aspecto 16:9 y esta cámara no toma fotos así... las toma pero como en 3 Mega Pixel... y no tiene buena calidad... si requieren de tomar fotos 4:3 se las recomiendo... aunque el foco y el balance de blancos no son muy buenos...