Summary: I needed this one to backup another one I had but lost the accessories. It will be perfect when I am on the go and need to take picture or two. The price reduction got my attention immediately when I saw it.
Summary: Bought this at a pharmacy store because we were on an outing and forgot to bring a real camera. As a toy, this unit may be ok, but that is it. (1) The camera requires 2 AAA batteries which are NOT included and the photos are only stored on the camera as long as the batteries last.
Summary: Got this at the drug store for my daughter to take to sleepover camp. On reading the instructions (after buying it) we learned that all of the photos get erased if the batteries run down OR if the batteries are removed and changed.
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.
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: THE CAMERA IS NOT TOO BAD IF YOU WANT SOMETHING FOR YOUR CHILDREN TO LEARN ON. WITH THE LOW PRICE YOU WONT BE MAD IF THEY DESTROY IT. THE CAMERA IS OK FOR OUTDOOR USE. I WOULD NOT RECOMEND INDOOR USE DUE TO THE FACT THE CAMERA DOES NOT HAVE A FLASH. THE BIG PROBLEM WITH THE CAMERA IS THE SOFTWARE.
Summary: I purchased this camera for my nephew for Christmas as a first camera. It is not really user friendly and though he is thrilled to have his own camera he keeps taking his mom's because it is more user friendly.
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.