Great compact camera, but the wrist band broke and so did the camera!
LeeAnn Krause, Amazon
25 August 2014
Summary: Great little compact camera. Bought this for it's weight and convenience opposed to carrying around my Nikon p510. I love all the different, easy access modes for this camera and the portrait/skin smoothing modes are great.
Summary: I bought this camera for my daughter and she loves it. This camera has some basic android functionality and you have to be able to navigate thru some of the screens and functions to get the most benefit from it. You can quickly sync up to drop box, google drive, iPhone, etc.
Summary: I am thrilled with the pictures it takes but I am not pleased with the shutting gizzmo for the battery/card cover. I think it will wear out long before anything else on the camera. It has opened accidentally twice,
Loaded with great technology and takes great pictures
15 June 2014
Summary: Very nice little camera. Can't believe all the technology they crammed into this little bugger. It creates it's own wifi network for chrissakes! Works awesome with an iPhone and takes great pictures. So many nice features. Long battery life too. Now for the gripes.
Summary: I'm giving four stars instead of five because the overall camera is a lot larger than my previous digital camera (a Kodak purchased about 6 years ago now). Overall, I can look past the size of this camera because of the functionality. I've found this to be a good quality camera so far.
Very satisfied with this camera!! Great for low light situations
Matt D., Amazon
11 June 2014
Summary: This camera is great, I am very pleased. I would give this camera 4.5 if i could. I like how well the CMOS lens gathers light when there is hardly any light at all, especially outside right after sunset and at dark music venues where i like to take lots pictures: you rarely need to use the flash.
Summary: I'm very happy with this little camera! It's not a dslr, but I love having wifi and the ability to send the photos right to my phone. Some of the menus aren't the most intuitive, but once you use it you'll figure it out.