Summary: I do a lot of kayaking and spend much time on the water, so I thought it was time to buy a waterproof camera. Before, I would have an SLR camera in a totally waterproof Pelican box (that I got on Amazon) and it worked great but that got bulky on long trips.
Summary: I got this camera for my granddaughter for her trip to Viet nam for a college semester. well the freaking thing work for 3 days and then died. her trip ( picture wise was ruin) she count even get the camera back to return it so now 3 month later I am stuck with a camera she hates and that needs to...
Summary: I purchased this camera in May of 2011 to use on my honeymoon. I used it a handful of times during that trip and it took decent pictures. This June (2012), I pulled it out to charge it for another trip we were taking, and it won't charge!
Summary: Terrible picture quality even with "fine" compression (indoor and outdoor). I have not been able to stamp the GPS location in a picture... even worse, it stamps +0,+0 location! OK button does not respond correctly every time. It takes a "push" (OK) like an "Up".
Summary: This product arrived today with the European AC USB Adapter. It is impossible to charge the camera without an AC USB Adapter. I had to go and purchase an aftermarket adapter for an additional $20.00 as my vacation is imminent.
Summary: This camera was purchased 4 months ago as an upgrade to an Olympus Stylus 1030 SW. I was happy with the 1030 SW but the TG-810 offered GPS, HD video, a longer zoom, and higher resolution. Sadly, the only improvement was the longer zoom, everything else was a step backward.
Summary: This is the worst digital camera I've owned and I started buying digitla compacts and SLR's from almost the moment they were available. Why is it terrible? The basics. Poor pictures and terrible (absolutely terrible) battery life.
Summary: Incredibly bad shutter lag, rubbish battery life (100 images or so), average image quality, delayed start-up, inability to control shutter/aperture means the automated shutter speed of 1/50 is what you will be limited to whilst diving/snorkelling = blurred images, meaningless ISO levels (no...