76.8% of Users Would Recommend this Digital Camera
23.2% of Users Would Not Recommend this Digital Camera
TOTAL USER RATINGS: 69
PROS: Credit Card Size, Shutter speed, Start-up time, Long Battery Life, Intuitive Buttons and Menus, Video With Sound, BestShot Feature
CONS: Proprietary Battery
PROS: The product is designed very well. It is compact and the large LCD screen is very handy for checking out your shots. The best shot feature really enhances outdoor shots, but indoors shots frequently come out a little fuzzy, which actually is a common gripe for most digital camera owners. I have had this camera for a month now, and it is really fast and fun to use. The cradle that is used for the computer hook up us great and the photos really load u quickly on the computer. Much faster than the Cannon s410.
CONS: indoor photos could use improvement. also, i wish that there was a more in depth users guide to help you figure out all of the cameras options.
PROS: Large LCD, Great features, Ease of use, Small Size, long battery life.
CONS: lcd screen has mediocre definition. Besides that, none.
PROS: The camera size and ease of use are excellent. The quality of photos is very acceptable
CONS: Major Con which is hard to uncover prior to purchase is that this model cannot insert a time stamp into the images? Recommend reading the Casio FAQ's on their website prior to purchase.
PROS: For options and features, along with compact size, this camera has it all. Beats comparable Powershot Elf anyday.
CONS: Better user manual. I still haven't figgured out all the features.
PROS: The huge LCD preview screen is wonderful. And the small size fits easily in my pocket or my wife's purse so that we don't have to futz with a separate camera bag. This is the first camera we've owned that I'd consider keeping with me all the time.
CONS: There are so many features that it is hard to learn them all. It needs a "dummies" mode. Also, it's easy to get pictures into a PC via the SD/MMC card interface, but there is no way to recharge the battery without using the docking station, which is a pain to carry around. It needs to have a USB/Firewire interface that is independent of the docking station for charging while on the go. Anyone who makes a small-as-the-camera retractable USB to camera interface cable will be doing Casio and us users a big favor.
PROS: very easy to use right out of box and cradle hook up to computer is very fast. this is a winner!
CONS: Need a Case like a cell phone case..
PROS: Big LCD Screen, Thin and light, many features
CONS: Lag time in between shots could use improvement
PROS: Compact, easy to use and is full of features.
CONS: Defective CCD. I bought the camera brand new and all pictures taken with the camera have an orange dot at the same location. The orange dot was caused by a 4 x 4 square patch of hot pixels on the CCD. Casio Canada initially refuse to service the camera by insisting the dot on the picture was cause by 1 defective pixel but after some struggling with them, they replaced my 1 month old camera with a refurbished one. Do your homework before you take your camera for warranty service or you may be fooled !
PROS: 1)Large LCD display 2)more than 20 preset Picture settings. 3)Crystal clear pictures in normal light. 4)Credit card size. 5)Amazingly long battery life.
CONS: Slightly grainy picture in low light.
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