Summary: This was a replacement for the identical camera that had a screen and sensor problem. Found this online and was cheaper to replace than fix. My only complaint was that it was advertised as black, but what came was a blue one. The seller did throw in a nice little case for free.
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.
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: After having two weeks to try this camera out I have come to a couple of conclusions - find SPOT autofocus setting as quick as you can as the Face/iESP is responsible for most poor photos. I assume it is trying to find faces in the grass, trees, water, rubble, etc. and produces a poor focus.
Summary: well i bought this camera in another site for $ 100 and bought another one here in amazon for $ 61 dollars including shipping ,what a great deal.to be sincere the camera is great,you must adjust some settings before use it for the first time.i take amazing pictures with it but must admit it looks like it has lower megapixels than 14,anyway is a very good camera for the price and iam happy with it after trying a vivitar brand that was awful and i got very...
Summary: Heres my take it's a camera that looks cheap and my be a bummer if you are someone who is used to just using the auto setting. Read the manual and experiment with the photo modes and the really neat features hidden. The screen is deceiving as the images on review look ugly but are real nice quality on the PC. The battery life is good and the power save mode is a real nice add on. It also has features to adjust between battery cell type.
Summary: At first I was a little more than turned off by this camera. Then I read some of the negative reviews on Amazon, and started to think that I had gotten duped into buying this camera due to the price point. At first it seemed that all my pictures were blurry, but now I'm here to defend this camera. It really is a great camera. Not the best best camera, but still a good camera.
Summary: The camera does all the things it is designed to do. Ease of operation, stores to memory reasonably quick, not a lot of waiting like in my old camera. You can view and scroll through your shots w/o a lot of button pushing and return to shoot. The zoom responds well as does the flash. The batteries seem to last longer. I would reccommend this camera to my friends.
Summary: First off, let me say that I own five Point and Shoot cameras. This camera is good simply because it isn't bad. In many P & S cameras there are so many things set by the camera software the user can't make important manual adjustments. Not the case here. For example, I shoot in Program mode and I select the ISO and the exposure compensation. Many P&S cameras don't have a P mode. The monitor is plenty big. There are plenty of megapixels.