Summary: The camera broke down and it was replaced by a refurbished product. Not satisfied with the quality of the product nor the limited one year warranty, nor the fact that I had to settle with a fixed-second-hand camera. On top of that, I had to pay to send the product for evaluation and repairs.
Clicked some amazing pictures while it lasted (for around six months)
A. Mishra, Amazon
10 October 2012
Summary: I was happy with the performance of the camera and the zoom. The video quality was good too. For the price, it did well in all areas that it was supposed to do. Then, in just six months, it gave me the dreaded lens error which has become very common these days. I have been using cameras for a while and was quite careful while handling it, but still got this error on a very minor obstruction of the moving lens assembly.
Summary: This camera had fantastic reviews and the price was definitely right! I was very excited to get it. I needed to replace my Kodak z1012, which is only 10mp. This one, at 16 mp, didn't take as good quality pictures. The good things about it were it's small size and lots of features. The bad things were the software (which had very little editing features) and the pictures themselves just weren't sharp.
good basic camera for those who want to point & shoot
1 December 2011
Summary: I bought this for a family member who knows nothing about cameras or photography and who has no interest in learning more than just push the button. :) So, when shopping for a camera for her, my criteria was - how good will it do on full auto. It needed to focus quickly and accurately and I wanted it to have reasonably nice image quality. I bought this and tested it out for a few days.
Summary: I bought this camera after my previous Canon's screen broke and to fix it was £100. This camera isn't as good as my previous one (bit flimsy, takes a while to turn on and off) but it does the job- pictures are good and it's easy to use. I would recommend it if you want a cheaper point-and-shoot camera.
Summary: Bought after extensive internet research and although the photos are sharp and colourful the camera's 8x zoom fell short of my expectations. Also there is no super macro mode and the closest that you can get to an object is 5cm. Very light and compact.
Summary: Perhaps I was expecting some great things from this camera as it is an updated version of the FS30 that is getting such fantastic reviews. I was disappointed. Yes it is good to handle, feels comfortable in the hand and the controls and menus easy to navigate. The battery door does feel a little flimsy and I wondered how long the catch would last. However, my main complaint was the quality of images I took at a recent family event.