Summary: This camera is pretty much useless to me. Cannot be used for video as there is no sound. It might zoom 8x, a great feature, but you have to hold your hands REEEEEEEALLY steady or it will be blurry.
Summary: I thought it would be a good inexpensive camera at a reasonable price. My first impression on opening the package "It feels cheap" then I had to hunt up some batteries (not included) and a SD card (not included) and try to make it work.
Great for kids or someone who isn't expecting 100% quality
7 January 2012
Summary: I bought myself one of these because it was cheap, and I just needed something that I could drag a long with me all of the time and not worry about it getting damaged. 3 years later it is still working and doing what it is intended to do.
Summary: I purchased this camera for my mother. I thought it would be easy for her to use for her first digital camera. The buttons are hard to use and the display isnt very user friendly. The quality of the product is not what I thought it would be. To hold it feels like a child's toy.
Summary: My first 5 MP camera cost $1,200 (twelve hundred dollars). This one is twenty. If you shoot in low light, you will need to keep it very steady. But held steady, the lens is surprisingly sharp for a fixed focus model.
Excerpt: Despite the rise in popularity in recent years of the camera phone, and its consequent shouldering out of much of the lower end of the digital camera market place, there is still enough of a demand for simple, cheap digital cameras for the Argos catalogue shop in the United …