Excerpt: This camera is perfect for the amateur photographer, you get fairly decent quality pictures for a fairly decent price, i think i have seen this camera on sale in Tescos recently for less than £50 which is very reasonable.
Pros: Good Quality Photos, Durable, Cheap price
Cons: Not the smallest of Cameras, not many features
Excerpt: I'm writing this review for all the ladies who aren't technologically minded or the men who don't know what the best camera is to buy for their beloved, mother or daughter. As a girly novice of the digital camera era this is the perfect little friend for those girls nights out.
Pros: Small for Handbags ! Easy to use
Cons: No sound on movies and quite slow when focusing .
Excerpt: I like photos, though am not especially skilled at taking them, and as such felt no need to invest in an expensive new camera at any time over the past few years. I had a 35mm that suited me fine, allowed me to produce pictures I was happy with and was not too expensive to run in terms of batteries...
Pros: Very easy to use, fun to play with, great shots, 3 megapix
Cons: Chunkier than some cameras, and only basic features
Excerpt: The Vivitar Vivicam 3650 was our first digital camera, and I must say, I was quite impressed by all that it does. It is only a small camera, but has a smart appearence and the 1.4" LCD display gives a nice clear image.
Excerpt: This is the first digital camera our family has owned. Never having had one before we didn't know what we were getting and took a bit of a chance, but were pleasantly surprised at what we got for our money (£35 - though may be slightly more in some outlets).
Pros: Cheap, easy to use, good quality for price, good zoom, takes movies