Was great, started to fail never really recovered.
Christopher Wrobel "CoBioguy", Amazon
19 January 2014
Summary: So when i got this camera I loved it, really loved the dials at the top. Took great pictures. It didn't auto turn them for me like my old canon camera used to when I imported them but it worked well after that. About roughly after a year of having it, the lens stopped opening and extending.
Summary: If I knew then what I know now, I would have chosen another brand.
Pros: Beautiful case, the OLED screen is incredible, and this camera takes very good pictures. I have no gripes with the hardware at all.
Cons: I compared cameras online for two weeks before deciding to buy the TL320. The single biggest faster in my purchase was that the Samsung line records 720p HD video in Apple-native H.264 format. What I did not know prior to purchase is that Samsung's H.264 is done in a non-H.264-standards-compliant...
Summary: I pretty much agree with all of Irving's points below (except that I didn't bother with any of the software). I am primarily a DSLR user and wanted a more portable--but still very competent--option.
Summary: I was really excited to get my hands on this camera. I thought it was going to be the panacea of travel cameras. But instead, it was an underwhelming but nicely designed camera. The good: -Wide 24-120mm lens; really nice.