Good Cheap Travel Camera
Shoots crisp, clear 20MP quality (for less, technical people thats about 60% better than an iPhone)
Shoots HD (good, not as good as a newer iPhone)
Small and cheap (its smaller and cheaper than a new phone)
ONLY 720p (not 1080p which is full HD or 4K/UHD )
Charges via a removable battery (for an entry level camera it would be better if you plugged it in via USB)
Cheap feeling (feels cheapish but for under $200 i dont think thats and issue
Cheap and meh. Really don't bother with it.
Interesting side-note to start off with: I tried to post the following review on JB Hi-Fi's website where I purchased the camera from - and it got rejected. Gee, I wonder why?
I bought this camera on sale from JB Hi-Fi because i needed something better quality than my cheap smart phone camera.
The Pros: Small, light, compact. easy point and shoot.
Photo quality varies depending on the subject of your photo.
Camera is better at taking some low-light photos than my smart phone. Text on images are slightly sharper and less blurry - text can be read without too much distortion/ noise.
Good for taking ebay photos i.e. dvds, video games boxes etc; or outdoors happy- snaps of your mates and family or the environment.
The Cons: Many.
Questions & Answers
No problems with camera, but seems very odd you can have to physically remove the battery to charge it. Means you also have to take the external charger with you everywhere - bit awkward if you're overseas and can't find a power point. Can it be charged via a normal USB connection?
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