Pros Very compact, high resolution, outdoor scenery shots are nice
Cons It should take nice photos in most circumstances in the hands of anyone. Definitely doesn't.
Summary This is supposed to be an entry-level digital camera that takes great shots in the hands of anybody in pretty much any typical picture-taking circumstance. It doesn't live up to this. If there's motion or low light, it's going to be a screwed up picture. The old 2- and 3- megapixel Olympus models used to be MUCH more forgiving. So I'm now tweaking around with settings, and the results are somewhat better, but still not satisfactory. I wish I had shopped around a bit more and maybe spent $200-300, since this camera was largely a waste of money.