Summary: Pleasing, compact size & shape for a £40 product. Attractive appearance & user-friendly interface. It offers decent ergonomics; the on/off switch needs a definite touch to operate thus avoiding any unintentional on/off inputs. When in picture view mode it offers decent enlargement. I keep it set to 5MP - it's enough.Video feature fine. It offers reasonable night-time shots with a bit of effort.
Summary: Very competent little pocket camera, and much less greedy on sucking the life out of batteries (certainly compared with the Canon it replaced!), and a good model to choose if you already have a stack of AA rechargeable batteries. The carrying case is mean in size, and requires something of a Houdini act to get the camera in.
Summary: A great little camera which is a good backup to my SLR with clear simple icons. As with all Panasonic products its robust and the Samsung 8GB Memory Card is a pearl. The only downside is the case which is too small for the camera.
Summary: I was after a simple camera that took AA batteries and had a reasonable wide angle of view - this ticked the boxes. In fact that is an understatement - its a fine little camera that is simple to operate and yet has a few handy tricks and user adjustments if yor so inclined. It can do 'auto panaramic' shots, has some white balance and EV adjustments, can work in full auto or allow a bit of control (not I stress on the scale of a £200 camera).
Summary: I bought this to use as a cheap backup camera, mainly for holidays. I wasn't expecting rocket fired performance (that's why I paid over a grand for a DSLR) but I have been pleasantly surprised by what I have achieved so far. It is a small and lightweight camera, but it does have a nice lump to grip on the right hand side (no good if you are left handed) and this makes handling quite smooth and easy.