Although this may seem very cheap and despite the fact that it is very, very small and easy as pie to use, it's impossible to ignore the facts: the photos it takes are appallingly bad. Colour is almost non-existent, resolution so low you have to print at postage-stamp size, verticals come out curved, all detail is lost etc, etc. If the standard (so-called) high res setting doesn't give you enough pics, you can switch to low-res and take 80 photos. But you'll barely be able to make out anything in the photo. If it cost a pound, you might have a bit of fun for five minutes, but this really isn't anybody's best introduction to digital photography.
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