really simple :
mom bought camera $100 walmart
batteries died ---camera never turns back on
and thanks to everyone that bought the older versions so they could make a more expensive version for her to buy
$100 ---wasted on a 6.1 megapixel paperweight
DO NOT BUY ANYTHING FROM THESE PEOPLE !!!
Sat, 08 Dec 2007 16:38:36 +0000
I have the 6.1 megapixel, was $99 at Walmart. Mostly works well. Daytime pictures without flash come out great. Nighttime tricky - either too yellow or with flash - too white. Not many setting options for lighting.
Came with installation CD and "pictbridge" USB cable for computer/printer. I also bought SD card. Card has to be placed delicately & you push it in for it to pop out. Diagram on bottom of camera shows how to place it in (one corner is cut off shaped). I use only rechargable AA's & still have to flip them out frequently.
Negative thing is that if taking video clips, there is no option for audio. When I did take more than one video clip (two 30 to 45 seconds clips, the whole thing locked up/froze. After removing & reinstaling batteries it came back on but I had lost ALL my photos off my SC card !!
Settings are not saved & default back every time you power off. Also, be careful not to select the format card function or you'll lose them all. I put the SD card in my PC & save the pics to the C drive.
If you read the manual, its a great starter camera for the price still. Ive had mine almost 2 years.
Fri, 21 Mar 2008 07:47:13 +0000
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