Advantages small; full of features; trusted brand
Disadvantages uses too many batteries
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this is without a doubt one of the best APS cameras on the market. It's nearly the smallest and has one of the most poweful zooms. It also has a whole host of cool features - lots of different flashes, auto-focus etc.. My previous compact was a 35mm Olympus zoom as well - it was about 5 times the size of this one and a whole heap heavier.I'm pretty pleased with this camera overall. It's so small that I take it with me more frequently - the photo quality is also good - as good as APS can get anyway.
If you're thinking of getting an APS or already have one but are disappointed with the picture quality here are a few hints:
Take photos in HDTV format - this is how they're all stored anyway - it gives you the best resolution.
Use Fuji Colour film instead of Kodak - I have regularly found that Kodak APS films are grainy when developed.
Beware of the flash! My anti-red eye flash flickers for so long that everyone has moved by the time you take the photo.
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