built-in image processing makes for awful pictures
Elizabeth Nyman, Amazon
1 October 2013
Summary: I can't seem to disable the image processing or force it to stay in a particular mode. As a result, typical ambient lighting situations cause the camera to 'process' the image and leave it either under or over exposed. I've attempted to mess with all the setting to no avail -- if some strange combination works, then it defeats the purpose of a *simple* point-and-shoot camera anyway. This thing sucks. Don't buy it.
Summary: Since I personally cannot review this, I have to go by what my father-in-law has said or hasn't said. All he told me was that he (a) liked the features, and (b) it gets the job done for his incessant E-Bay sales postings. He is a very burly man with exceptionally thick fingers (picture a bear of a man) and the one draw back was the small size of the camera.
Summary: I used the camera for a couple of days while on a trip in February and then again for one night in March. I just went to use it for the third time a week ago and it wouldn't turn on. I plugged it in to make sure that the battery was fully charged and still it didn't work. I then proceeded to plug it into my laptop to charge it to see if maybe the charger was bad. After leaving it overnight to charge from my laptop it still didn't turn on.