Excerpt: I bought this camera when they first came on the market. At the time I couldn't afford a decent digital camera and this seemed like a cheap alternative at £39.99. Unfortunately you really do only get what you pay for.
Pros: Small, light, fun to mess around with .
Cons: Eats up batteries fast and takes poor quality photos .
Excerpt: This was my first digital camera and what I'd hoped to get out of it was something that I could just take a few fun snaps with that wouldn't get in the way. Nothing professional, just a toy that you could take everywhere with the option of using it as a webcam.
Pros: Cheap, compact, and very easy to use
Cons: Doesn't work without enough light ! ! Also the battery
Excerpt: I bought by Blink Digital Camera shortly before my last holiday, and the pictures I came back with were just about as good as with my old traditional film camera that weighed seveal dozen times as much and was huge by comparison! I was absolutely stunned by the quality of the pictures I got.
Excerpt: imagine the scene. you're out with the lads on a night out and in a club. that girl's in front of you. you give your camera to your mate and get him to take a photo as you snog her mouth off. only when you get back the stupid camera tells you there's no light.
Excerpt: This camera is even smaller then you'd expect, fitting easily into a pocket and impressing anyone when it is pulled out. The picture quality is surprisingly good, in well lit situtations (a bit grainy and tends to blur at the edges, but hey this thing is tiny). In poorer light it will just not work.
Excerpt: I love small gadgets and I was very intrigued when a friend showed their tiny camera, Sipix styleCam. My first reaction was I had to get one of them for myself. As it is at such a bargain I snapped it in an instance, it is a cool digital camera which provides hours of fun due to the software...
Pros: Its tiny, fits into your pocket discreetly, looks expensive and impresses anyone you show it to . . .
Cons: The macro switch is not very useful, if you remove the batteries you will lose the memory, no flash hence need good lighting
Excerpt: Having been ‘in the market’ so to speak for a reasonably cheap digital camera for a while I stumbled upon this little gem via a single review I read on Ciao, and from advice by the helpful people in Gadget Shop, Milton Keynes.
Pros: Affordable, digital, good memory and resolution for the price .
Excerpt: This dinky device is barely bigger than a matchbox, slips into the pocket of all but the tightest trousers and means you can be ready within seconds to be snap happy. In addition, you can even turn it into a mini video camera or perch it on top of your computer for use as a webcam.
Excerpt: I had been looking at digital cameras for some time now, and then noticed the new small cameras that were appearing. The first being the L'espion, then I saw this one. Comparing the two, both priced at £39.95.