Excerpt: - hype, mellow and cute: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_xFD9G7er2Y - hyper, though more complete: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vldFxty42FY With a (very difficult to install, but excellent) 'Boxwave anti-glare screen protector' and a (slightly hard to find) '4gb class 10 micro sdhc card', it's a great little party/pocket, semi-disposable daytime street shooter!
Summary: I spent a lot of time deciding which digital camera would best suite my needs. I like a lot of control of the settings but need it to fit in my pocket as it accompanies me on very active trips. The camera I had previously was a Samsung and I loved it, but unfortunately my clumsy self dropped it in a toilet. At first I was very pleased with my purchase. It worked great, I loved all the features, and my pictures turned out fantastic.
Excerpt: The Samsung TL240 camera takes great quality photos up to 14MP. The camera itself has a thin, sleek design and feels very sturdy and well made. The large 3.5 inch screen is very clear and has good response to touch input. I've tested other touch screen cameras in the past and the screens never seemed as responsive or as clear as the Samsung TL240. In preview mode, the picture initially looks a little blurry but when zoomed in once it becomes clear.
Summary: When I received this camera I thought that it was wonderful. I was taking it on a 5 week vacation out of the country. Towards the end of the trip the lens of the camera would not close, I was unable to view the screen and even with a battery change, nothing worked. I have taken it to our local camera shop and the gentleman there said that it appears to have been dropped or smashed hard - this is not something that I did and now the brand new camera is totally trashed...
Summary: I got this camera yesterday as a last minute option for a concert but when I got to the concert I was told we could shoot but without the flash. before the concert I took some photos outside in the dark there was no fuzzy image on the LCD display but inside the venue there was a fuzziness on the screen that just did not go away. the flash has a slow sync. today i tried using the wi-fi and it did not connect.
Summary: The wife and I were chasing a new camera to replace an old point and shoot we had. We needed something "good enough" that she wouldn't feel limited on her photography with it (yeah, can't sell her on a a DSLR yet), and simple enough that I could take pictures without a year of photography classes. We settled here. It takes great shots, does the right thing with the flash, and can take good action shots without looking like one of the kids spilled water onto fresh paint.
Summary: There are almost too many settings on the camera but picture quality is terrific and easy to use. Very compact camera. This is my third compact camera and is the best one by far. It should come with a case though. All in all I say this is the best bang for the buck out there.