Summary: I have a Nikon P60 which I have used a LOT..That camera was a workhorse and was really easy to hold onto securely, unlike this Olympus, which, to me has a very slippery surface. having said that, my Nikon just stopped working, right before New Years Eve of course!
Summary: I'm an avid Cannon fan having one of the first ELPH's made, however, when I purchased my last one for some $300 all I got were blurry, and more blurry pictures. Disappointment was the least of my emotions as my 2 year old wasn't going backwards in time.
Summary: The Olympus Stylus 7010 is a neat little camera that does more than expected for the price. It's much thinner and lighter than my previous digital camera, which is what I was looking for in a take-it-everywhere camera.
Summary: A very nice Camera, I picked Olympus, as I am a big fan of Olympus cameras in the past (the film models). The digital models are not comparable to their earlier film based point and shoot models, but this one delivers a good image 85% of the times.
Excerpt: This is a great camera, loaded with features that are useful in everyday photo shoots if you take the time to learn them. The menu system can be a bit overwhelming until you learn how to navigate to the features you want to use. Image quality is great.
Summary: The fact that you must spend extra money for a memory card detracts from an otherwise good camera. The card that came with the Olympus holds only 10 pictures and before you take another they must be deleted or down loaded. I suspect that's one reason it's priced so reasonably.