Images are pretty good
Easy touchscreen, Range of filters
Fast high-speed shooting, Decent image quality
Curvy body is different
Above-average feature set for its street price
Simple-to-use travel-zoom camera that delivers good results
Compact body with a decent zoom range
Picture quality at wide-angle
Dead-on white balance
Decent little camera suitable for the point and shooter
Good colour reproduction
Extra zoom power
'The 115 HS is excellent at taking well exposed images with brilliant colours.'
'Low image noise.'
'sizeable, 3-inch LCD screen'
'The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W570 is simple to use with reliable auto shooting and decent low-light photos in a very small body.'
'very good take-everywhere ultracompact camera'
'Macro pictures are good on the Samsung PL210.'
'To ensure pictures are sharp, the camera has Dual Image Stabilisation - both optical and digital. '
'Some of the Smart settings are disappointing.'
'Wide range of features including smart filters. '
Affordable long zoom in an compact package
Good image quality
'its screen is almost impossible to view while outdoors on a sunny day, and its body is creaky.'
'It is small enough to slip into most pockets and is available at a relatively low price.'
Lack of an optical zoom is disappointing
'Bottom line - The Casio Exilim EX-Z800 is a nice little pocket camera that has a very appealing price tag of just $149 US. '
'As the frumpy big sister, the $149 Casio Z800 was an utter disaster.'
'The first thing that struck me about the EX-Z800 is how light it is, weighing only 124g with the battery and memory card installed.'
'useful 27mm-equivalent wide angle'
'Macro performance is poor, though, getting you no closer to your subject than 10cm.'
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