Summary: I have had this camera for a while. I purchased it because I wanted a small pocket size camera that is easy to carry around. It takes nice pictures, but I am now looking for another compact camera for one primary reason - the lag time on this camera is frustrating.
Summary: This uses a funky cord to charge the camera and connect to the computer. It should have been micro-USB like the rest of the electronics world...except Apple. It doesn't use standard batteries either. We don't use it much anymore because these reasons and the proliferation of phone cameras.
Summary: This camera is the perfect camera for people who just like to take good quality pictures and video. I only paid 100 bucks and I've had it for about 4 months. These are what I think the pros and cons are.
Summary: This camera is so slim compared to others I've owned. This one takes great pictures and I get good battery life. The zoom lens works well and with a high capacity memory card you can take pictures for weeks before having to unload them to your computer. I really like this camera.
Summary: I have owned this camera for about a year now and can say it is easily the most frustrating camera I've owned. Point and shoot cameras like these are meant to operate quickly. You snap a photo, it saves, and then you go and snap another. Forget about that with this camera.
Summary: I needed a compact camera to take with me to night clubs and events, at which I can snapshop pictures of myself, of the moving lights, and of the djs quickly to capture the moment. This camera was slim, hence perfect for carrying around and had a good zoom lens compared to its thinness.
Summary: This camera is not great but not terrible either. It does the job with good quality pics and the battery lasts long. I like that it has 14 megapixels and how compact it is. I also like that you can crop pictures right on the camera.