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Good: You can include yourself in the portrait and it takes good quality pictures
Bad: Sometimes you have to change the automatic settings if you want the picture to accurately portray the colours.
Comment: (to the editor: i read the previous reveiw after i bought the camera and got really worried but i'm happy to say that all the negativity in the review is unnescessary as it's a great camera, takes great shots, the instructions tell you to find the user manual on the internet and once you know how to change the settings to suit the circumstances the pictures come out beautifully.)
I am really happy with this camera. It takes great high definition pictures.
It doesn't come with a user manual BUT the leaflet inside tells you to find the user manual on the internet (which I did easily and quickly).
In some of my pictures the colours did not come out 100 percent accurately but after changing the automatic settings the colours did come out accurately.
The screen itself isn't such great resolution but when you upload the pics onto the computer you can see that the resolution is excellent.
When playing back videos you can't hear everything so well but, again, when you upload onto the computer you can hear everything, showing that the microphone picks up on every little detail.
I also love the "smile capture" option whereby the camera takes the picture automatically when it senses the subject smiling - it really works! great for little kids who don't always smile when you tell them to!
Overall I think it's a great buy and I'm really happy I bought it.
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