For $$, it's a fun thing to play around with to get started with underwater photography. It doesn't come with a memory card, so you will probably spend $$ or so on buying one, on top of purchase price, if you don't already have a micro sd. It was a little tricky to operate, you have to push the buttons quite hard to get them to respond, and the tiny tiny screen doesn't give you a good idea of what you just took. It operates on AAA's. It's small and compact, so easy to throw in your bag, if you're anticipating underwater adventures at the seaside or something. :) I haven't got round to downloading my photos yet, so I don't know what to expect for picture quality, but it is only 5mp. It looks like it will be fairly simple, there's a nice little card-reader usb thingy you can plug straight in to your computer to read the card. Generally a good buy for $$, but not sure I'd get another one. A fun experiment.
- How did the image on site compare with the actual product? Good
- Was the product free of any manufacturer defects? Yes
- Please tell us about the quality of the product. It's ok
Nowhere on the page could I find a spot where it said the megapixel quality of the camera. It finally gets to my house, it's too small to comfortably handle, it feels too light, AND it needs a MICRO SD card. The photo quality is 5 megapixels, which is worse than my cell phone. Only one photo fits on the internal memory of the camera. I packed it right back up and shipped it back. I would spend the extra money on a different brand.
- How did the image on site compare with the actual product? The image matched the product alright
- Was the product free of any manufacturer defects? Yepp
- Please tell us about the quality of the product. Horrible. I returned it.