Summary: I bought this camera as a budget friendly way to check my sd cards since I run a couple of game cameras. Figured it should be as easy as popping the card in, checking pictures and moving on. NOPE!!!!! This camera ONLY reads the pictures that are taken with this camera!!!!! how ridiculous is that? I know it's a cheap camera but c'mon.
Vivitar's digital camera is one I continue to come back to
Cyrus Webb "Conversations Book Club", Amazon
8 December 2013
Summary: Though it appears some have had a different experience than mine Vivitar's Digital Camera has been a great resource for me and the events I use it for. I am able to take pictures using either auto-adjust or flash and even get great videos that are ready to be loaded to Youtube or Facebook with just the push of a few buttons.
Summary: Camera will lose focus when batteries are low. It also chews through batteries at an alarming rate. Allowing for this the flip screen is still amazing. It is large, clear and my preffered camera for utube video recordings!
Summary: Took a couple pictures with it, seem to turn out good, we haven't downloaded them to the computer yet. I need to use it for a little bit before i would be able to give a fair review. Looks & size wise, the product was exactly what I ordered and came in a timely matter. So far it seems to be a great product. We will see..............
Summary: I bought this camera for my son as his very first camera. He's 11 and I figured it would be great because of the 14 mega-pixels feature and flip screen. I bought it so he could take pics of himself on his Washington, DC field trip. Within a 5 to 6 day period he used 2 sets of triple A batteries and it would have been a 3rd set had I given him extra. The camera is a complete battery sucker. The body of the camera is also cheaply made.
Summary: This is a terrible, terrible camera and a huge waste of money. I got it for my daughter and she took it on a trip. She was only able to take 51 photos before the camera completely stopped working. And of the 51 photos she did take, only two were not blurry. The other photos defaulted to an insanely low ISO value (all below 100), resulting in photos with shutter speed of 1/20 second or slower. Even photos taken outdoors on a cloudy day came out this way!