90.0% of Users Would Recommend this Digital Camera
10.0% of Users Would Not Recommend this Digital Camera
TOTAL USER RATINGS: 10
PROS: Great Pic quality. Easy controls. low price. Very handy. easy to transfer pics to comp. quality is great. Blur image warning.
CONS: no mem card supplied. no pouch supplied. autofocus is a little slow. no voice recording.
PROS: Inexpensive. You can take long videos. Love the MACRO mode for super-close-ups. Takes AA battteries.
CONS: We bought 3 of these cameras for work and home. Two of the cameras lenses will not open for some reason, at this point....maybe from outdoor use, but we have been extremely careful, using a case and no exposure to H2O, etc... Also, one camera is giving an error that it cant read the memory card, even after we replaced the initial memory card. The camera goes thru batteies FAST, so buy rechargables.
PROS: It is hard to believe that such great photographs could be produced with such an inexpensive camera. It is my first digital. I would say that it rivals my 35mm--something I thought no digital could do.
CONS: I can't think of a con.
PROS: An affordable gateway into digital photography. I was quite impressed with the picture quality, very sharp! Built in memory is a nice feature, shoots right out of the box.
CONS: Eats batteries.
PROS: Just bought this baby, really good price. So far the photos have been good, and no problems with the camera itself either. Easy point-and-click mode, but also fairly customizable if the iniative strikes you.
CONS: No memory card comes with camera, or case. Also no sound with movies. Battery life is questionable, though easily solved with a charger. Only 2MB quality pictures, but fine for my purposes.
PROS: SMALL SIZE, GREAT PRICE, MORE FEATURES THAN WE CAN USE INCLUDING SHOTS IN SEQUENCE & SPORTS COMPOSITE IN FRAMES. WITH ZOOM, VIEW PHOTOS DIRECT ON TV, MAKE FILMS
CONS: NO SOUND ON FILMS. 2 MP, ALMOST WE NEVER PRINT THE PHOTOS, WE JUST SEE THEM ON PC SCREEN OR TV BUT FOR NORMAL PRINTS HAS A GOOD QUALITY. IF YOU JUST SHARE PHOTOS THAT'S THE BEST FOR $130,00
PROS: I've only had this camera for a couple of days now adn can comment favourably on the following: Quick start-up time, very good resolution for such a basic camera, battery life appears exceptional, great anti-red eye (pre-flash) function.
CONS: Not enough compression settings. Having said that I suppose its quite adequate for a beginner's camera.
PROS: Size, great features including 15 "scenes" to set up exposure, quality of photos rivals those of 3 megapixels and only paid $139 in total. Nice softwear for editing pics.
CONS: No audio for recording.
PROS: It is so compact and light. I have only had it a few days but it is easy to figure out and has lots of different gadgets.
CONS: Catching a child in the picture before they move. It is a little slow with the shutter.
PROS: Nice little cam for very little dollars.Easy to use/good controls.Uses AA batteries. I just can't count anything as a con in this price range. Pick up a set of rechargebles for $10 and you'll be shooting all day and night. I picked this cam up to replace a 5yo 1mp; I use it as a digital poloroid along side my film cameras as well as for web/snapshots. COuldn't be happier
CONS: At this price, for Nikon (China) quality? None
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