Summary: Quantity vs. Quality; I’ll take “quantity” because I am not an expert or professional photographer, thus megapixels don’t matter to me. I’d much rather be able to take lots of decent pictures than take a few with unnecessarily superb quality. This doesn't not mean that the Sanyo VPC T850’s 8megapixels doesn't take good picture, the quality is actually pretty good, probably one of the best for an 8MP camera.
Summary: I love this little camera! Its a great price and It works awesome. The pictures are crisp and clear, there are so many options to use. I like the self timer,and the fact that you can choose all sorts of different light conditions or weather conditions to make sure the pic looks best. Its small and lightweight, but the screen is plenty big enough to look through your photos. Its easy to learn, and easy to use.
Summary: I give that camera as a gift and my sister love it. She said its really easy to use and very cute camera.. I think for the price and the features of the camera i would recommend to buy it specially if your in a budget...
Summary: Light weight and durable. Super fast start up. This camera does everything that a point-and-shoot should do. Buttons are big. The menus are easy. The zoom is smooth. I read that the zoom was not functional in movie mode, but was please to find that this is partially untrue. While in movie mode, the zoom will not work, but you can zoom in on a subject and then go to movie mode without loosing your zoom setting.
Summary: i bought my sanyo vpc t850 8.1 megapixel camera a few months ago and i am very impressed with it it is a great camera and i am thinking about buying another one for my kids.the battry holds a charge for a real long time and i would recommend this camera to anyone that is looking for a good and simple camera to use to me it's alot better than them cameras that you have to use AA batteries with this camera has a charger for the battery instead and keeps a charge great,