80.0% of Users Would Recommend this Digital Camera
20.0% of Users Would Not Recommend this Digital Camera
TOTAL USER RATINGS: 5
PROS: Perfect compact camera for beginner and enthusiast people. Lot of manual controls, reasonable noise level (at 80ISO), stabilization and so on. Highly recommended.
CONS: Not very good image quality at large aperture value. No bracketing or RAW.
CONS: takes time to get use to...but not a big deal!
PROS: Fun camera for people who are interested in taking pictures with a nice camera but not ready for a professional grade yet. Lots of different options to explore and play with. I purchased batteries for digital camera and they last a long time. I enjoy having the control over the settings and have taken some georgeous pictures.
CONS: You have to spend some time reading the manual to understand some of the settings, but once you have it down it is play, play, play.
PROS: For what we paid ~ $200 this camera meets our expectations. The image quality is awesome and the camera fits very nicely in the users hand. There are more than enough features for the every day non-professional photographer, and the battery life has been fine so far (way better than our old Kodak, never buy a Kodak).
CONS: Flash time is a concern, but not enough to make me regret my purchase.
PROS: Images are amazingly good and the camera is very easy to use. If you have ever used any of the A series Canon's their are great. But a few problems that canon needs to address!
CONS: The flash recycle time is ridiculous!! it takes like 15 seconds to recharge, by then you've missed your shots! the batteries are only good for like 30 shots and they are toast. Is it enough for clear pics? Not sure, I had the Sony DSC-w90 and it was a piece of crap too!
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