81.8% of Users Would Recommend this Digital Camera
18.2% of Users Would Not Recommend this Digital Camera
TOTAL USER RATINGS: 11
PROS: Great pics
CONS: not durable at all! EASILY damaged
PROS: Excellent color quality, Great built-in modes, I love the color swap and color accent features. The swivel screen is very helpful when taking self-portraits or when setting up the camera for timed shots. Ergonomic design fits my hand (I have large hands for a woman, medium-sized mens hands).
CONS: A bit large and heavy, little warning on battery life, uses AA batteries rather than rechargeable battery pack (although I purchased rechargeable AAs, and they work great). Movie format isn't compatible with many programs.
PROS: Excellent image quality; reliable metering; ability to shoot fully manual; excellent battery life; price
CONS: Must open the battery cover to gain access to memory card
PROS: Excellent pictures, manual controls, flip-out large crisp LCD, optical viewfinder, upgradeable
PROS: Fully rotating LCD screen, LONG battery life, excellent picture quality, fast shutter recovery.
CONS: Red eye on indoor photos with flash. However, I corrected this easily just using the Walmart software that comes on the picture cd's.
PROS: Easy to use, lots of automatic and manual settings, clear close shots, good indoor close shots
CONS: Consistent red-eye in every picture where flash is used, lots of noise in photos where zoom was used.
PROS: AA battery; fast start up; fast time between shots; big swivel screen; no lens cover; feature packed
CONS: Mediocore shots in bad/low lighting; little to no warning on low battery; cannot attach additional flash unit
PROS: 8 Megapixels, Large LCD that folds out (great for around the corner shots), Easy to hold in hand, Many different preset modes for the beginner and advanced controls for the more experienced shooter
CONS: Large LCD is grainy and blurs when moving, heavy when compared to my former A510 which only had two batteries
PROS: Amazing battery life; easy to use and movies are avi format.
CONS: Larger than most cameras because it takes 4 batteries. Sound on movies is clear, but picks up slight interference if mic is turned up too high.
PROS: Wonderful image quality, long battery life, very nice large swivel-screen. So many modes and features.
CONS: So many modes and features is bad at first, but once you read your manual or play around for a few days, your good to go. Must have a steady hand when your zoomed in and trying to take a picture, I get a lot of blurry ones. A bit heavy with 4 AA batteries in it. Super-small 16 MB included card.
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