Summary: I got the package a little early. The camera was in excellent condition and I had enough time to take some shots before the batteries died. I was surprised how far I could zoom in with the camera. It's cool, light weight and will suit my needs for a camera.
Summary: Biggest piece of junk I ever spent $100+ on. Every single picture I take, at ALL settings I've tried, ends up looking like a bunch of colored worms crawling around, if you try to look at it on anything bigger than the 2" LCD on the back.
Summary: I was leary because I bought this camera used for 39 bucks. When I got it, I was pleasantly surprised. It takes wonderful pictures and serves my needs 100 percent. The camera really is in like new shape. No issues thus far. The box was beat up but my cat took that quite well. So it's all good.
Summary: Got this for Christmas, take it along in the car in case, outstanding starter camera after you you get tired of the 'Point and click" grandma camera's . Tips, Put the camera on a tripod. set up flowers or a vase or something.. aim the camera and as you read what each function or setting does, change it on the camera and write a number.next to the function. by taking a picture of the same thing you can see the results of each setting.
Summary: As a pro photographer, I've used many types of cameras over my 30+ years of taking images - first film, of course, and now digital. I also have something of an "Island of Misfit Toys" love for off-kilter, under-appealing cameras and oddball brands (I went though a serious Holga phase 15 years ago before realizing that I was spending far too much money on developing film from what essentially is among the worst film cameras around.
Summary: I picked this one up for my wife. We used it during Christmas holidays. I was surprised at how well it handled power. I used it all night long without putting a dent in the power supply. The camera has lots of features and I really like the ability to shut down the flash anytime at ease.