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ISO - Point & Shoot Cameras

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Recent Customer Reviews in Point & Shoot Cameras

  • Aug 19, 2014

    srawms  from Indian Harbour Beach, FL, Rating:5.0

    I love this camera. It's small, easy to use, and it takes great pictures. It comes with a tripod which I didn't really think I needed, but when my grandson and his girlfriend were over the other night we used it to take a group picture. What fun!!! It's relatively inexpensive, too. I highly recommend it!

    • Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
  • Apr 3, 2012

    codesuth  from Jacksonville, FL, Rating:2.0

    After reading what others wrote there is one thing to take note of here. The Door on the side of the camera does require a bit of force to get it latched. Once latched the camera is waterproof. This thing is basically a cell phone camera wrapped in a water tight case. As for the quality of the camera unless your really going to take it to the limit of the depth advertised you might be better of just putting your cell phone in a Ziploc bag and sticking to close to the surface. ( Of course use your own judgement on taking that risk ). After using this thing Id expect to pay around 25$ for it not the $$$ I paid.

    • Would you recommend this to a friend? No
  • Jan 17, 2014

    retireddinker  from Angier, NC, Rating:5.0

    Great little camera. Takes wonderful pictures and is easy to use. As with most electronic devices, it does help if you read the instruction book prior to trying to use the camera.

    • Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
  • The Canon SX50: A Few Personal Likes and Dislikes

    Jan 3, 2013

    ncherani  from Northern Calif., Rating:4.0

    There are some great in-depth reviews out there on this camera already. So I just want to add my personal likes and dislikes about this camera since buying it about a month ago. I have previously owned the Canon S2 and the SX20, and have used and abused them well in my travels. Furthermore, I've made some great photos and videos with these cameras, and have created several good quality DVDs and Blu-rays of my travels). With the promised better low light shooting and the greater zoom that the SX50 has to offer, I jumped at the upgrade. I'm glad so far that I did. Likes: “It's the zoom, stupid!” No seriously, I love to zoom in on wildlife and people from a distance. I travel a lot and this allows me to take photos of people without the need to ask first (and thereby not get a posed shot). The 50 times zoom works really well and quite frankly is astonishing. I like the larger LCD screen. It frames the 4:3 aspect photos a lot better. I have always loved and used the articulation fea...

    • Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
  • Dec 20, 2013

    magnis  from california, Rating:2.0

    im disappointed in this camera and would have returned it but I threw away the box and figured it would be too much of a hassle to return it. It is compact - smaller than an ipod. I am not happy with the quality of pictures though, even though it says it has good stabilization most pictures turn out fuzzy and it asks you to use a tripod.

    • Would you recommend this to a friend? No

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