Summary: i was having my son's pre-k graduation and he broke the canon 5 days before the grad so i rushe dto my walmart on line and there it was on sale :) so i bough it ,nice camera but it takes practice to learn how to work all the functions it has,not too good for taking pics in a rush like a graduation i had to put my son back in front of the teacher to receive his award cause pic came out dark,everytime you take a pic you must make sure your in the correct lighting,plus it...
Summary: Found this camera along with a pouch of choice and a 2 GB card all for only $49. Turns out the camera had a nice soft pouch with it already! A bit challenging to figure out the various settings on the camera and disappointed that the plastic housing of the camera feels somewhat flimsy, but for $49 this was a great buy for a digital camera that I can keep at school and not worry about breaking or disappearing.
Summary: Sanyo usually produces a quality product, and this is no exception. I found this on easy to use, very functional and with a lot of whistles and bells. The price point was critical on this item as it was a gift. It exceeded my expectations. It performs as well as or better than my Cool Pix for $100 less.
Summary: Non intuitive controls, instruction manual online that defied deciphering by 3 relatively bright professional adults. Following instructions to the letter several operations just do not happen. Poor picture quality in the viewer. Hoped it would be as good as my low end Canon. For less than fifty bucks it is ok, but seems to fall short of the latest greatest bargain cameras.
Summary: I decided I wanted to take something smaller on a trip out of town so I purchased this one. I had several problems withthe camera reading "low battery" when the batteries were new. It would turn off and not take photos. I miss a lot of great shots.