I bought the Nikkon CoolPix L830 instead which I really like, although it was more expensive
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27 September 2014
Summary: I had to return this camera because I had trouble getting sharp pictures. Maybe I just didn't know how to set it. I bought the Nikkon CoolPix L830 instead which I really like, although it was more expensive.
Summary: Doesn't take great pictures inside at all. I'm definitely not a camera expert but I can't get this thing to take good pictures. I don't know but the flash just seems weak or something its always flashing at me and won't take the picture and when it does its horrible. I should have stuck with the Canon brand they always take great pictures. I guess the good looking exterior of this camera is what drew me to it and now I'm unhappy with it.
Summary: If you have a Samsung Galaxy S3 or above, you really don't need this product. Your smartphone will take better pictures with more pixel resolution and you will have all the feature that this camera has already built into the phone. In regards to quality, the camera is so-so... For the same price or a little more there are better cameras out there.
Summary: I needed a camera that could capture great zoomed shots from the stands to midfield for my daughters lacrosse games. This one totally does the job without having to lug around a huge Camera with massive lenses. Some of the pics will occasionally blur but I've just made a habit off taking many at the same time and then pick and chose through them later. I wish you could email more than 9 at a time though that gets annoying.
Summary: I love this camera and all of it's features. It's been great for me around town and during special events. Small enough to carry everywhere, but a powerful enough camera to get better shots than the standard point and shoot. Only 4 stars because the non touchscreen can get annoying for entering passwords and captions when using the Wi-Fi feature.