"A Fair Camera"on by casualaspect
Pros dual lens, nice menu, ease of use
Cons grainy lcd, less than perfect picture quality, disgusting software
Summary The camera has some nice features including the dual lens and has some very nice easy navigation and usage, but as far as viewing the picture on the camera and the picture quality, this simply doesn't make the cut. The lcd is very grainy, but even still when you upload the pictures into the disgusting kodak easyshare software, which by the way has very limited functionality and compatiblity, the picture quality is not very impressing at all.
Pros Great picture quality, tiny, stylish, panoramas, FAST
Cons Zoom button is kind of small
Summary This camera is perfect if you're looking for a take-anywhere camera that gives you flexibility in your photo taking and produces great images. The camera is fast, responsive and adjusts very well. Also, while I have read that some find the flash to be weak in dark places (like at clubs and such), I never had this problem. By quickly setting the camera to party mode (an action which takes no time at all) every photo I've taken in a club has been bright and clear with absolutely no focus/blurryness problems.
The panorama feature on the camera is simply amazing. It gives you the ability to create beautiful 180 degree shots (that with image stabilization, also built in, come out well even if you don't have a tripod). It's a beautiful feature that is found in no other ultracompact to date.
That last thing I want to mention is style. For the style conscious this camera will generate a plethora of complements and jealous looks. It's great.
I would suggest this camera to anyone, especially college students, who just wants a point and shoot camera that they can carry everywhere to capture (in high quality) all those small moments that make life pleasurable.
Pros Not a bad design, sleek, neat. Dual lens spiked interest.
Cons A lot wasn't right nor great about the camera. Image quality was very average. Blurry. Never takes what I really see nor want to see.
Summary Don't bother buying this camera if you're interested. If you had, change it if you can. If you can't, tough luck like me. Dual lens may sound nice, but it doesn't serve any much use. Other than wider area of image, image quality is not good. Blurry even if there's no shaking. A lot of noise and colour doesn't pop.
Pros Super wide angle. Exposure compensation easy to use.
Cons Only pretty good picture quality.
Summary I'm a real estate appraiser and so a super wide angle is a must. I like this one because it is very small and neither lense moves out beyond the camera's body, making it easy to put in my pocket at all times. Picture quality is actually pretty good, but I'm comparing it to my Canon digital slr which is quite a bit better.
Pros len range is great, burst speed very good, scene modes useful and sharpness very good
Cons no shutter or apature controls
Summary For interior and architectural shots this little wonder can't be beat. The fixed focus 23mm equivalent lens is worth the purchase price alone. Then a second lens covers the more traditional 3x zoom out to a moderate telephoto.
With shooting without a flash at low light levels you can set the very quick burst mode to take 3 or 4 quick shots while you hold down the shutter button. This almost always results in one that will be sharper than the others. This is functionally as good as image stabilization (which this camera does not have).
While it is not quite as well made as the best Nikons and Canons, this little camera has been riding in my backpack for several months and has never let me down. It produces very nice photos - almost as good as my big expensive semi-pro Panasonic digital (which now spends most of the time sitting on a shelf).