"Such quality made so portable"4.0 starson by ACChapa
Pros: Very simple to use, takes the hassle factor out of taking informal "snappie" kind of videos.
Camera can be placed just about anywhere.
720P video looks great for such a tiny lens.
Editing software is simple to use.
Two hours of storage is plenty.
Cons: Don't expect to shoot in low light.
Like a pinhole camera, your focus is pretty much fixed.
Edit software, while easy to use, is not what you will want to use for any real editing job, but it does fine when you keep it simple.
Summary: I held off on getting one of these tiny cameras until now and I'm glad I did. I got it for around 139. at Costco. This one does what I expected and for the price is a big hit at family gatherings. It's an old adage in photography that the easier a camera is to use the more likely you will be to whip it out and start shooting. Because it is so simple and effortless to use you will not hesitate. After the birthday party, for instance, you can have an emailed link to the party video already waiting for the partygoers before they get home. You will thrill all those distant relatives who couldn't make it as well. And the video quality is perfectly acceptable.
One thing I would really recommend for anyone who buys any of these type cameras: you can find the flip tripod on amazon for around 15 bucks, shooting with this device attached at all times makes it much, much easier handling the camera, shooting, placing it in the action, low angles, strapping to a bike, unlimited uses. Spend the extra money for this accessory, you will be glad you did. Also, the review says it uses AA batteries, which is what I thought also, but when I opened it up I found it takes AAA's instead. Anyway, I shoot video for a living and this little thing will be used for special situations at work as well. I will trade a six ounce camera for a thirty pound camera every chance I get..