Summary: When I purchased this inexpensive camera, I expected poorer than average image quality, but I never considered that the images might be unusable. Every single shot taken by this camera appears badly out of focus. Shots I took at 5 inches (!) looked no worse than those taken within the recommended 3-6 feet. Some reviewers seem to think that the poor quality is because of the small size of the images - but on web pages, 0.07 megapixel images should look just fine.
Summary: This is probably the only digital camera that you'll find [for the money]. I understand that times are tough these days but anyone that expects spectular performance for what is basically a kid's toy is lying to themselves. The sad thing is it takes better pictures than the low end Sony cameras and they claim to be Megapixel cameras! All this thing does is snap small digital images approx wallet size. No bells or whisles just 2 buttons.
Summary: Look, lets face it! If you want the kind of quality you get from a normal camera, either buy a NORMAL camera or spend hundreds on a digital one! I have just bought this camera, wanting something to just take ramdom pic's with. I don't want to have to pay loads for developing, so I chose a digital one! I only paid [price] for it in a 'Cosmopolitan virtual makeover' pack! I only got it for the Camera though!!! er.... and to see what I looked like in a bridal veil! He he!!
Summary: This is an extremely simple camera. It has two modes; the basic point and shoot mode, and a timer mode. The pictures will not come out clear; you will not be able to see small details such as what is written on a sign in the picture even if you are reletively close to the sign. You will also not be able to print out pictures much bigger than a couple inches in vertical and horizontal length. Any bigger of a picture will be extremely blurry.
Summary: With all of the negative comments from the buyers, etc., one would expect less than spectaular results with this digital camera. Look first at the specifications -- no flash, minimal memory, etc. This is a good value for the novice, however, if you are expecting perfection and flawless digital photography, spend some more $$$$. You get what you pay for. All in all, it's a fair camera for the price -- just dont expect something for next to nothing.
Summary: I do have to say that I am glad I got this camera for free in a contest. I sell items on ebay and found out that picturs make all the sells.For my big items like cars and truck this is an ok camera. Sure the resloution is not so great but it gives people the idea. But for the items that I just don't feel like taking outside you have to have just the right amount of light. If you have too much or too little it turns out to be a bad picture.
Summary: I got this camera as a christmas present. It is very easy to use but the pictures are not great quality and blur with the tiniest jerk of the camera. It comes with good software and with that you can fix some of the pictures, but it has a fairly small chip. I would reccomend getting this only for a beginner.
Summary: Yes, I too was suckered by the AOL ad for their re-packaging of this product. A camera with no flash or flash connector is useless for indoor photos unless you live in a tanning salon. Also, the shutter speed is slower than a 60's Instamatic, making the camera useless for any action shots. This is a 99-cent plastic toy with a memory chip and a serial interface port glued on.
Summary: This is a good camera for a child! Received this as a gift. I didn't have any trouble taking pictures or downloading them onto my computer. The trouble is the pictures are unclear, and when you try to print them--the smaller the better--which defeats the purpose of having a digital camera in the first place. Again, this is a good camera for a child who is just getting interested in digital photography.