DV150F 16.2MP Dual-View SMART Camera Wi-Fi (Cobalt Black)EC-DV150FBPBUS
Rated 4.6 out of 5Â by 56 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by jess6871 my cam ITs an awesome camera everything about it is good i havent found a thing i dont like about it! June 27, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Mojoz Great on the go camera People with short arms rejoice!!!! You too can take great selfies with this camera...the lil screen in the front is FANTASTIC! May 11, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5Â by picturemegrumpy Not User Friendly Instructions are very unclear, to say nothing of miniscule print that even makes visual icons confusing. Camera seems to take OK pics but the problems begin when you try to download to your pc. Nowhere does the manual provide precise information and the wifi connectivity is also endlessly mysterious and non-functional without an electrical engineering degree. I would suggest folks stick with their phone cameras and forget this tiny gadget that is more complicated than an astrophysics graduate seminar! April 20, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5Â by yagdrisil690 Not worth the aggrvation, and I'm hopeing it's a defect. I originally had the DV100, which I still hope to fix, but seeing as it was flooded with sand and then coke cola, I'm pretty sure it's a goner. So I was looking into getting another when I saw this DV150. I wish I just gotten another DV100 instead of getting this one. I saw that it had a couple features mine didn't and thought it would be pretty much the same. I couldn't have been more wrong. The pictures I take with the DV150 are almost always blurry to the point where even Photoshop can't save the pictures from themselves. The button to take the picture is near impossible to use in the smart-auto setting and most of the others, so I can't take spontaneous photos anymore. I have to press as hard as I can just to use the button, so that only adds to it being blurry. It is blurry when when I have the camera on a solid surface. It never takes pictures in soft lighting well, so you can imagine what it's like to take photos at sunset. I haven't taken one with this camera that is was half way happy with. I can't take pictures of anything that moves, the results are scary. If I'm out hiking, the photos it takes leaves me wondering why I even thought it would good to take the photo. My husband loves to take photos all the time. So instead of handing him the so called "better camera" I hand him my phone or ask him to use his phone. This camera does nothing but disappoint everyone involved in it. If it looks fine on the screen they think it will be fine on the print, we have been proven wrong every single time. Even the posts I put on facebook using the direct wifi provided on the camera, makes me wish I hadn't. The two extra features on this camera I though would make it worth the buy, have turned out to nothing but an annoyance. The link up to facebook or any other website takes to long to use and as a techie, I'm frustrated that it was made to take that long to first find the feature and then connect to the internet. And then there's the limit to how many pictures I can upload at a time. It takes 6 to 8 hours each time. As far as the zoom goes, based on personal performances, it's in a location that is a slight inconvenience for me. As for it's ability to take clear pictures from a distance, or even a close object I want a closer picture of, forget it. Blurry and distorted are all I can expect of this camera. So I will be getting another DV100. I was nothing but amazed and impressed with that model and couldn't wait to use it again. So I always had it with me and took photos of anything that caught my eye and even set up little scenes just to use it. Please don't stop making cameras with the front facing LCD, I'm not one for selfies, but I love this feature. Makes my life so much easier when my niece and nephew want to take pictures of themselves or my husband and I are out for a walk together, or at the zoo. April 9, 2015
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