Quality of the lens is great for a camera at this price point
Good colour reproduction, Available at a reasonable price
Very Good Camera for the price
Lovely little camera to hold and use
Wi-Fi connectivity, Easy to use, Tracking AF
Available in a good range of colour
Nice extra shooting features
Sharp 10x zoom lens
Very impressive continuous shooting, Poor image quality
iAuto shooting mode is accurate and easy in all situations
Compact body, Good control layout
Comfortable camera for everyday shooting in most lighting conditions
Autofocus easily confused
Affordable, plenty of creative framing opportunities
Disappointing movie performance
Superfluous menu options
'This camera is great fun with many features including all of the treatments such as toy, fisheye, miniature...'
'Shooting performance is overall slow.'
'Its a some-what small camera I can fit in my pocket and take just about anywhere. '
'best budget cameras'
'The camera is nice and compact, and fits into the palm of your hand.'
'Despite its budget price-tag, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-S3 is a good-looking camera, with a distinctive pebble shape, rounded corners and an attractively glossy finish to the all-plastic body. '
'Despite a minimum focusing distance of 5cm the camera is capable of taking excellent macro pictures.'
'the W290 turned in an impressive burst speed of 2.1 frames per second.
'If you're looking for fun in-camera extras and editing tools in a point-and-shoot digital camera , the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W290 is a great option. '
'The W290's £200 price point doesn't look too expensive by comparison.
'Proprietary A/V connector.'
A decent, affordable vacation camera
1.2fps burst shooting
Colourful, well exposed images
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