100.0% of Users Would Recommend this Digital Camera
0.0% of Users Would Not Recommend this Digital Camera
TOTAL USER RATINGS: 7
PROS: Photo smaple looks great, color very good as ever. How can you write a review on a product you did not even see, or that did not even hit the market?
CONS: only 400 iso!
PROS: Nice Slim Metal Camera 2.0" LCD, 3.4x Optical Zoom, sound like it'll be a HOT one
PROS: Very compact, sturdy package, takes great photos, easy to use. Good quick action photos is sport mode. Good short movie cam. Our first digital cam. Previous negative reviews don't reference this particular camera and should be disregarded.
CONS: Should come with a larger capacity memory card (bigger)as standard; the standard 16MB is ridiculously small and unusable.
PROS: I used the Pic Bridge, connecting the camera directly to my printer. Excellent photos!! No photo-shop required!! Easy to use.
CONS: Can't switch to Manual modes quickly, but the auto-focus does it's job well!
PROS: Very small, nice quality pictures, very good looking with the chrome and silver look. Awesome!
CONS: not really. . .
PROS: * Fast operation, startup, shutdown, menus. Other digicams are slower in response in this class range. Operation of everything usually complete in under 1 second - camera on & lens extension, camera off, play to record, autofocus, etc. Responsive enough to capture most fleeting shots w/o much worry. * Easy to operate w/o reading the manual. * Slim and small. Post-It sized body fits easily in shirt-pocket. * Comes with docking station. * Has continuous image numbering option, so no image will ever have the same number as the prior one, so you never accidentally overwrite old images when copying them to your computer. * Very nice and understandable layout of buttons. Buttons just about where you'd want them, good feel & click response on each button, and the entire camera can be operated easily one-handed, esp. with included hand-strap in use. * Has tripod socket. Some silly digicams like the Sony T3 doesn't include one, nor the optical viewfinder. * Dual-time zones. You don't have to keep switching the main clock, simply switch time zones and the date/time automatically adjusts. * Quick and easy manual control over ISO speed, image size stored - just press the F button. * Chrome (slide) color mode. Reproduces the vivid color saturation of slide films like Velvia, and my always-on choice over Standard color mode. Makes even rainy days look good, and other days look great! * Good battery life. Battery lasts long enough to fill a 128MB memory card -- about 120 shots or so easily w/o running out. * AV out. Webcam. Can hook up camera to view pictures on TV, and use camera as webcam when hooked to PC. * LCD has sufficient resolution to display pictures crisp & sharp, w/o apparent pixels.
CONS: - No manual Aperture/Shutter speed controls, although you can go up to 2 second exposure times in Night mode. It's targeted towards the Point & Shoot crowd. But adjustable EV, AF, etc. allows just enough flexibility so that you can adjust the exposure of an image enough by moving the AF around to a darker/brighter part of the image, locking exposure, then recomposing. - Not as light as other digicams of similar size. 150gr vs. 90-120gr of other brands, but not that heavy either. - 2" screen. Not as bright, daylight readable, or large as some other 2.5" screen cameras like the Sony T3, but decent all-around and has optical viewfinder. Do expect some trouble in bright-daylight conditions where the glossy AR LCD simply isn't bright enough - but you can fall back on the optical viewfinder. - XD card. More expensive than cheaper CF cards, lower maximum capacity. No Lock switch ala SD/MS cards either to physically protect images. Yet another format for no good reason. - Docking station does not tilt when the camera is docked for use in webcam mode. - Microphone captures most sounds up to about 20cm in front of camera unless very loud. Video only 320x240 at 15 fps, but should rather have 640x480 30fps instead. - Like all metal body cameras (most of the compact ones nowadays), you must constantly wipe down the camera to remove finger prints, smudges, etc. on the body and LCD at the end of a day.
PROS: Size, chic-factor
CONS: Issues with start-up times..
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