85.7% of Users Would Recommend this Digital Camera
14.3% of Users Would Not Recommend this Digital Camera
TOTAL USER RATINGS: 7
PROS: I had my for three month and I loved it till it broke by it self one day
CONS: well it a good thing they have a good warranty and hey know its a common thing
PROS: I can't say enough great things about this camera. For a relatively inexpensive point-and-shoot, I couldn't ask for more. It has traveled with me half-way around the world without a problem, provided great pictures indoors and out, been spilled on, dropped many times, and even thrown against a wall hard enough to put a hole in the drywall (don't ask), and it still works fine! It has been the best camera I've had for recreational use, hands down.
CONS: The only cons would be that the camera does need a stronger flash, and it's a bit too simple for anything except point-and-shoot. But that's what I bought it for. If you want more options, buy something designed for the prosumer.
PROS: Decent camera with a lot of nice features, and ease of use, even for a novice "photographer". Granted I only got the camera today as a gift, and haven't explored it to its full potential, yet. But I'm confident that I haven't been burned. Seems like quite a good buy! And, I may not be an expert, but I can tell you for certain that dn2007's comment regarding keeping the megapixels high, whilst lowering the resolution setting doesn't exist on any camera. The reason being is because the megapixels is figure you get when the resolution is multiplied. 7 megapixels is the same as 7 million pixels. The resolution for that is 3072x2304 pixels. Multiply those two numbers, and you'll get 7,077,888 pixels. Therefore, rounded off to the nearest million, it's 7. Everyone seems to think that if you have a high megapixel specification on your camera, it means that it will automatically produce excellent images. Not true. The camera could be a cheap piece of crap, boasting 8 megapixels, with a terrible lens, producing poor image quality. Megapixels IS just the same thing as the resolution. It's just a shortened, fancy way of saying it, so people will think otherwise, in my opinion.
CONS: The LCD screen seems quite inaccurate, lighting wise, and heavily pixelated. When you take a shot, it will look entirely different on a proper PC or TV screen in comparison to the camera's display. Even my phone, the Sony Ericsson K800i, with its 3.2mp camera, shows the image exactly as its supposed to on the phone's screen. It's true, my most phones' screens are superior, so I have learned today. I was quite disappointed with the camera on that note. Maybe it's common for all cameras within this price range?
PROS: Fast.(turning on/off/shutter/ fas focus( and nots not even in high-speed mode) Manual options. Tonts of scene choices. For all year round purpose(including age of your baby or pet mode) Glad that i can choose my shutter and ISO levels. Great for outdoors when its sunny(check out that panasonic site,it shows what i mean) Great battery life(so far i only used Oxyride. They say i should get about 250 pictures with those, so far iam almsot at 200,and battery meter is still full) Nihm battaries(have them,didnt use them yet) when charged fully should go up to 400-500 pictures range Burt mode is fast You can take pictures with 4:3,16:9 or 3:2 ratios( preety cool,if you hook it up to your tv at 16:9) or widescreen computer screen. I woudl recommend it to anyone who wants a more advanced Point&Shoot camera
CONS: Flash could be stronger. Software is little too simple( i wanted so more advanced options,but its no problem though) One thing i dont like is if i want to shoot at 7Mega pixels my pictures size has to stay at 3027 x 2304 size. i assumed i would be able to change it to 1280 x 960 and still stay at 7M, but no,you have to swtich down to 5M to have smaller size pictures. You can all he way down to 0.3M for little pictures to send threw emails as thumbnails i guess( i never tryed,probably never will )
PROS: 6x zoom sharp lens O.I.S 2 AA batteries quality LCD individual access door to I/O port, battery compartment, and SD compartment.
CONS: some noise no optical viewfinder
PROS: Sharp images, colors are well saturated, intelligent ISO and optical stabilizer
CONS: Bulky, uses AA batteries, slow transfer to PC (even with SDHC cards)
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