Rated 3 out of 5 by 4
Rated 5 out of 5 by SlowMoNoh Great camera, for beginners and moderate users.
Easy-to-use and very simple.
Rated 2 out of 5 by taylormom823 Already returned it
The camera had more features then I really knew what to do with...I am kind of an 'auto mode' type shooter that wanted to venture into a better quality camera where I could begin to play with and appreciate the features, but I didn't find the picture quality to be consistent, and the battery died half way through my baby's first birthday...never got to try out most of the features before I decided to return it.
Rated 3 out of 5 by PCgamergirl Had camera 8 days now...
First of all.. the battery life is a big UGH. It has the shortest life than most cameras...
2nd- I'm using a 512 mb mem card and it is holding only 20 pics. Never mind even trying to hold vid.
I tested the vid time with an empty card and it took 2 mins of vid.
And yes I set the size for the photos and the vid settings.
I am pondering returning it as I do not feel like spending another $50 on a spare battery.
Our weekend vacation saw this camera memory full and the batt recharged 2 times. Basically useless .....
While my Kodak cd 33 with energizer batteries took over 80 pics and 15 mins of vid before the batts ran low.....
Rated 2 out of 5 by Upshifter Not good
This camera can't take pictures as clear as cheap cameras from 8 years ago. I use an old Kodak DX4900 as a benchmark to compare pictures. If it can't equal the old 4 megapixel Kodak DX4900, that cost $2.99 at a Goodwill thrift store, a camera that is so old it has no movies, and uses an obsolete Compact Flash memory card, then the camera is junk no matter how many features it has, or promises to have. Digital cameras are my hobby. I wouldn't expect the T410 to equal my expensive Canon G11, or my Sony H-20, but it should do better than cheap old cameras like the DX4900, and others.
The Fujifilm T410, T200, and the T190, are better than the Nikon S3300, which is worse. But, none of these cameras take really clear pictures under any conditions. If you have an older digital camera you are better off to keep it if it still takes clear pictures.