Summary: I've owned both the TL225 and the TL220 (this review applies to both in that they are so similar) in the past 9 months and have had the same problems with each model. The main problem is that each camera has displayed "stuck" pixels in every picture taken.
Summary: I have to admit I fell for the glam on this cam. Sampled this versus the Sony TSC-90 at Best Buy. The Sony has the "burst" mode and the "ooooo" moment when you can get massive panaromic shots. Both have the "cool" touch screens.
Summary: I have gone through THREE of these cameras, they break for no reason. I am an avid picture taker and was So excited to get this camera with the dual screens so me and my son could take fun pictures as well as me and my friends while we are out.
Summary: well I do love the look of camera but it isn't what I was expecting. The picture quality isn't near as nice and clear as I had expected it to be, but it is still decent quality! the camera is easy to use and I am enjoying playing with it! Have only had the camera a month!
Summary: I got this as a birthday present in August it is now November and I will be sending it in for it's SECOND repair. EVERY single picture I take is blurred... especially if the object I'm trying to take a picture of is BREATHING!!
Summary: I bought this purely on the basis of the front screen feature, which the kids were mildly interested in. Sadly the whole camera is let down by poor quality pictures - a confusing touch/tilt screen control system and, frankly, it takes too long to take a shot - a failing suffered by many compact...
Summary: Dias após a compra imagem apresenta sinais que deixam a imagem cheia de borrões. Mesmo após mandar a câmera para assistência técnica (que me mandaram um "laudo" escrito a mão falando atestando que não havia problema e que as manchas são frutos de grão de poeira no ar no momento da captura da imagem.