|With 3.2 MP resolution and larger LCD display, the QuickClix 3185 offers all the features you want in a small and stylish, light weight digital camera.|
DO NOT BUY10/2/2010
Bought two of these and must say you get what you pay for , they are garbage, if I were BUY.com I would not offer this camera on my site very dissappointed!!! :(
Not Even Good for a Newbie9/25/2008
I got this for my mom and hoped it would be even easier for her to learn than her cell phone camera. It could be if it had a menu button, but it's too basic to be any good. A simple menu would make it a great tool for learning other more advanced cameras, but this just offers snap and delete options. Also, the viewing window is terribly small.
good camra for child10/10/2007
I bout this camra for my girls 9th birthday it is good camra but very hard to read buttons should have zoom and dose not over all it is good for the price
Great for the price!3/12/2007
I was just looking for some cheap digital camera just for personal use, but was actually surprised at how nice the quality was of the picture I took of the view from my room. It's very easy to use, comes with software but you don't really need it. It worked just plug and play for me. I would recommend getting a separate SD card for it as the camera itself isn't able to hold a lot of pictures. Also, the video quality is mediocre, but I probably won't be utilizing that anyway. The flash seems a little strong, but at least it has one. Overall, not a bad little camera.
No Zoom Feature12/26/2006
This camera has good quality pics for the money, but there are some problems. The screen is very small, but usuable. The controls are not intuative, but there are instructions. For some, the controls are hard to read. My big problem is that there is no zoom at all, so you can't get close-ups. It is a small, light & thin camera. It will fit in a pocket easily. I do feel that there are better cameras available for just a few dollars more.
Get what you pay for11/1/2006
I bought this inexpensive camera for a very specific purpose, and for that, it works well. Very tiny, almost useless view screen, and made with cheap feeling plastics. Perfect for taking where you don't want to use your "good" camera. I love that it actually accepts an SD card. Camera came with USB plug, and has three resolutions with a surprisingly good 3.1 megapixel maximum setting. Again, this camera is a bad choice for those looking for a user friendly, all purp[ose digital camera. It has performed perfectly for the purpose for which I bought it, (where I won't be mad or out a lot of money if it gets broken), and am quite happy with it.
You Get What You Pay For10/24/2006
This Argus camera is small and sleek. It easily fits in your shirt pocket. Picture quality is what you would expect from 3.2 megapixels. The 1.5" viewing screen on the back side of the camera is basically worthless. The screen is too small and the image is "jerky" and "blurry". The pushbutton controls located next to the viewing screen (on/off/memory, up, down/flash, display, preview) are hard to read and confusing. The absolute worst thing about this camera is the fact that it sucks up battery power at an alarmingly rapid rate. Three alkaline AAA batteries don't last very long. With the camera turned OFF, the batteries still lose their juice (maybe my camera has some sort of "short" in it?). I would recommend rechargeable batteries. Overall, this camera is worth what I paid for it, about $45.00.
Not bad for the money9/21/2006
Takes fairly decent pictures, though it's hard to tell due to the tiny tiny screen. The controls are sparse and clunky, but you don't really need to mess with them much. Eats batteries; be sure not to leave it plugged into USB. Software stinks.
Small but mighty9/13/2006
Nice little camera. Fits in a pocket. Light weight and easy to use. The LCD screen is a bit small but the pictures are great for what I use the camera for. I would rcomend this one to the first time camera user.