"Skip this camera, too many faults"1.0 starson by suzannehy
Pros: Small, lightweight, fits easily in a purse
Cons: Picture quality and white balance stink
Summary: I have a great Nikon digital SLR, and thought a Nikon point-and-shoot would be great to keep in my purse. I paid $500 for this camera when it first came on the market. After using it for a few weeks, I realized I'd paid $495 too much. Pictures taken in sunlight are good (and probably are on any camera). In any other lighting condition, this camera stinks. Pictures are extremely grainy in night shot mode. Sports mode is terrible because of shutter lag. The flash is hardly sufficient to compensate for low light. This camera doesn't even meter images properly--there's ghosting and white or gray bursts of light on the images. Save your money on this one and look elsewhere for a decent point-and-shoot camera.