'Easy-to-use rugged point-and-shoot'
'Tough outer shell and cosseted interior'
'Fair enough, it's adequate and mostly does the job'
'Solid build, Good image quality'
'Pocket camera that has all the bases covered'
'Very good photo quality'
'Extremely quick focus'
'Not as rugged as competitors'
'Poor resolution of detail'
'Disappointingly poor image quality'
'Slim and lightweight and inexpensive'
'Easy to use'
'Picture quality, small size, extra zoom'
'Compact, Noticeable blurring at the edges'
'Images have good colour reproduction'
'HD Movies, Fast Shutter Response Times'
'Faster continuous shooting'
'Broad and well-corrected 16x zoom covers every situation'
'Incredible focal range'
'3D shooting mode'
'The bad: Images a little noisier at midrange ISO sensitivities than they should be; too easy to accidentally move focus points with touch screen.'
'However on the G2 the card slot has been moved into the battery compartment, which makes it very difficult to change the memory card when shooting on a tripod. 7 comments.'
'Sharpness-wise, the new 14-42mm Mega OIS lens is perfectly acceptable but isn't the best out there; its inclusion in the kit package keeps the overall cost down however.'
'A bit expensive .'
'Image quality is excellent for a budget camera, with lovely colour, accurate exposure, very good sharpness and low image noise at high ISO settings.'
'very reasonable price'
'Shot-to-shot time was relatively quick as well, and in burst mode, the camera took around 0.9 second per frame.'
'crisp picture quality'
'best of the 'rugged' cameras'
'Best vacation camera ever'
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