Summary: I love my Linux PCs: the desktop and the laptop. I am not a gadget freak; I do not Skype; I do not tweet; I do not text; and I am suspicious of "social media". I needed the most inexpensive digital camera I could find. While I "use" Ubuntu Linux I am no system administrator, so any really difficult problems encountered would have resulted in a smashed camera. I took a few pics and attached the V15 to the USB port.
Summary: This is the biggest piece of junk I have ever seen as far as cameras go. I was completely disappointed and I felt terribly sorry for my son who received 3 toys for Christmas that didn't work at all
Summary: My 6 year old son wanted his own camera, and with Dad's advice not to spend too much of his money he bought this inexpensive camera at a local chain retailer. That'll teach him not to listen to Dad! He was super excited...until we opened the packaging and went to put the batteries in. The battery compartment door broke the very first time we opened it.
Summary: I had to keep this in mind as we first started to use this camera. That's why I gave it a four out of 5 stars... after I got over my initial frustration/letdown it really isn't so bad. I purchased this camera at Walmart for $20. I bought it for my 5 year old because the kid proof camera we bought him (V-tech) took such horrid pictures and I want to see how long a real camera will survive with him before spending anymore money on one.
Summary: I bought one each for triplet eight year old boys, thinking if they lost or destroyed them, I wouldn't be out much. The packaging says Minimum System Requirements: ... Macintosh OS X v10.4.6 or later. A downloaded manual indicates it only runs on PCs. I have a number of camera drivers on my Mac with a later OS but none of them can connect. So the packaging is not correct, but the manual is.