Summary: Let me first say that I was so excited about this camera. I love the idea of the viewer on the front for vanity shots and stuff. It only lasted a day before there was dead pixels all over the back display.
Summary: Four months after purchased, the shuttle door does not even open and/or close completely. Also, the front LCD does not work anymore, mixed black line when turn on. Just returned to Samsung for one year warranty service yesterday.
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 thought this camera would be great for pics of the grandkids - wrong the clown picture on the front does nothing to capture their attention it takes way too long to take another picture.... and could never get the front screen to come on to try to take a self portrait
Summary: I loved the idea of the LCD on the front since my husband and I travel frequently-- but after a month of using it I realized there were several things that really bugged me about this camera. 1) on one hand the touch screen is so awesome..
Summary: With roughly 3.8 gazillion arm's length self portraits posted on Facebook, it's amazing that Samsung is the only manufacturer to put a screen on the FRONT of the camera. Pure genius. They must have a rock-solid patent claim.
Summary: Battery wouldn't even last one day of shooting. Was at a wedding then reception after, the battery was dead towards the end of the reception. I was even conserving battery and not shooting as much anymore since I saw the battery meter going low.
Summary: I purchased this camera after reading a few reviews and wish I had done more research. Cons: Where to start. 1) There is a significant amount of distortion on the outside portion of photos on wide angle shots.