This is a whole lot easier and takes really good pictures.
Jessica Evans, Amazon
7 October 2014
Summary: This is the 2nd one I've owned. Loaned my first one to a friend and they did something to it. Thankfully I had already had it for about 2 or 3 years. Has a lot of options for a low price. I am in no way a photographer, even though I have a camera with removable lenses.
Summary: We got this camera for our teenage son, and I have ended up using it quite a bit because I like it better than my Canon camera. It is small but has all of the features of larger cameras. It takes nice pics which is the bottom line for me.
Summary: I realize that the average consumer digital camera is getting better and better, offering more megapixels and packed with more features, so I can't say this is the best out there by any means. But I can say that it is the best camera that I HAVE EVER OWNED.
Summary: Using this camera is cumbersome. The controls are right in the way when gripping the camera and changes settings when not intending to. Also, the flash is on the wrong side for right handed people. My fingers interfere with the flash.
Summary: Just purchased to replace an aging Nikon. Everything working and as easy as the Nikon. Zoom is a finger touch at the exposure button. Pictures are easy to take. I take over 100 pictures at each job I do, so it's not like I am unfamiliar with cameras.
Best optical quality, especially for ultra wide-angle shots
19 November 2012
Summary: These are amazing cameras for the money. They come very close to the Panasonic ZS-x family, lacking only the GPS feature, while being MUCH more compact. DSLR photographers will appreciate the VR-330 in the same way that pro film photographers loved the Stylus Epic point-and-shoot film cameras of the...