Summary: Needed a small, inexpensive camera to have in my car at all times. Nothing complicated (we have high-powered equipment for more complicated use), just something that will take a picture when needed. This was perfect.
Summary: It's an ok camera if you don't compare it with pther camera's but when you do you realize you could get as good for cheaper and better for the same price Here's why I don't like this camera: The pictures can look a little pixelated at times I'd prefer if it was a bit smoother It uses alkline...
Summary: - I'm really impressed of this camera, i bougt a new and the same one again, because my old one was broken from salty water... ;-( - The only thing i think its the speed of the reload of the flash which shold be a little bit faster.
Excerpt: I've been using this camera for almost 2 years now and think it's a highly-accomplished, go-anywhere zoom compact. The super-macro feature is particularly useful for the kind of shots I take and it has produced many high-quality A4 prints.
Summary: When I first purchased this camera I was excited- it was my first digital camera. But after about a month or so it broke, and customer service was not at all helpful in having it repaired, and wound up costing an additional $100, so the low price no longer seemed so wonderful.
Excerpt: The batteries are often drained and the camera can't be used. Otherwise, the S50 is compact and straightforward to use. Problems: I can only take 6 to 50 photos before the batteries are drained. Often I turn it on and miss a shot because the batteries, which were OK before, are now depleted.