100.0% of Users Would Recommend this Digital Camera
0.0% of Users Would Not Recommend this Digital Camera
TOTAL USER RATINGS: 7
PROS: low noise, natural colors, usable ISO 400, nice design, ease of use
CONS: no manual white balance, some corner softness, limited manual control
PROS: nice features,great design,batery life and pics are realy good,especially if on manual mode.
PROS: Easy to use, pics look great to me, and has nice features.
CONS: Since im cheap, id say the price, and that you have to remove the battery in order to charge it, or pay an extra $40 to $50 for the DC line charger adaptor, which should have been included.
PROS: Value for price,just right size and weight, quite easy to use,excellent pictures.
CONS: Should have sutter priority for "Auto" mode. And/or Image Stabilizer,to me the furnished "wrist cord" is worthless a longer cord that fits around neck works better,camera can ride in shirt pocket
PROS: great video capture, clear picture resolution with very good exposure, long battery life, 12ft good flash brightness, versatile iso and light sensitivity (b/c new sensor w70,50,30,10 don't have)
CONS: need bigger flash (it's very bright tho, but need distance), zoom in/out button somewhat awkward, viewfinder off center, seems a lil thick for an ultra compact, feels very sturdy though.
PROS: Bought the W100 two months ago and have been very pleased. The scroll menu is easy to understand and the 3X zoom lens is easy to use. I recommend this for the "middle age" digitally challenged.
CONS: Keeping LCD screen clean is constant process.
PROS: small size makes it easy to take anywhere, easy to use menus. All around a great little camera.
CONS: battery door opens too easily, and the camera is slippery so use the supplied lanyard
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