This pleased me as it wasn't what I bought or paid ...
Brenda-Carol Burke, Amazon
13 May 2015
Summary: The camera's charger port was defective and the GPS did not work. I returned the camera and was refunded the complete cost including the postage both ways. This pleased me as it wasn't what I bought or paid for and they made me whole. Brenda-Carol Burke
Summary: This camera has been a headache since the day it was purchased. Even though we have owned it for about a year now, we leave it on the shelf and rely on our phone camera as very little still works with this camera's interface.
Summary: Very disappointed with the short comings of this camera . The added features like Wi Fi and Bluetooth do not work up to standards and neither are the so called connections to "social networks " .
Not up to my expectations, especially for the price
Motorhome Mama, Amazon
23 November 2010
Summary: I got this camera because of the geo-tagging feature. My plan was that it would tag my photos so they would show up in my iPhoto map feature on my Mac correctly. This camera is a HUGE disappointment. First, every time, I go to grab it to take a picture, it is dead.
Summary: We recently purchased 2 different GPS cameras for our office and I put them to a head-to-head test. The first camera was a Ricoh Caplio 500SE-W with GPS attachment (the camera does not have internal GPS) which we purchased for about $1200.
Summary: I wanted a GPS-enabled camera, badly. I am not a professional photographer by any means, I'm just a punter who likes to take photos on vacation but never can keep them organized when I get home.
Summary: A GREAT CAMERA.,WITH EVERYTHING YOU WILL NEED IN A TRIP. PROS- 1-HAS THE BEST FEATURES OF ANY COMPACT CAMERA. 2-PICTURE QUALITY GOOD. 3-GPS-3 MINUTES TO START.,BE PATIENT.,IT GOES OUT IN SPACE TO THE SATS. 4-ZOOM VERY DECENT. 5-BACK SCREEN OF VERY GOOD QUALITY. 6-TOUCH SCREEN GOOD.
Summary: Camera is slow to pick-up GPS signals (if at all). GPS label occurs only 1 in 20 pictures. Software is difficult to use and does not compare with Sony or Kodak software that I've used in past.
Good camera, gps and wifi in a rugged little device
Dean F., Newegg
2 February 2010
Summary: Heavy for its size. We are bundling these with a first responder communications system.
Pros: Highly integrated, supports transmitting images over wifi directly to PC, via email or via Picasa/Facebook/etc. Connects to WPA/WPA2 wifi networks (including draft N cradlepoint and N) reliably. Both me any my daughter managed to immediately use the device without reading the manual. Strong facia...
Cons: Small image sensor so it is a little noisy in low light conditions. Funky connector with USB A cable instead of using a mini/micro-b on the camera (might be a displayport, not sure)