Product details are correct. Comes packaged inside the carrying bag (pouch). Cheap price and plenty of default accessories. Defaults to non English language. English manual has wrong icon for the settings (it is displayed correct in the first picture but incorrect inside the actual chapter). But...
Product details are correct. Comes packaged inside the carrying bag (pouch). Cheap price and plenty of default accessories. Defaults to non English language. English manual has wrong icon for the settings (it is displayed correct in the first picture but incorrect inside the actual chapter). But anyway the settings is the second last selection with the wrench/screwdriver and there follow the manual where you find the language setting. Manual says there should be Beep settings but there is none. Also I think there is one settings that is not on the manual. Digital zoom works but is VERY noticeable to the image quality. The lens seems to be a 35mm inner diameter (the wide screen lens has no markings but you can meansure the inner width) and I don't have other lenses so don't know if a general 35mm lens would fit to it (or would it make any difference). Widescreen lens rounds the edges of the picture but that is what it should do anyway. The Widescreen lens makes significant difference to macro shooting but the automatic focus does not work correctly and can focus outside the small area what you are thinking it should do. The battery was not charged but it seemed to charge around few hours. Rigth side neck / hand strap connection point is too tight, the hand strap was pre inserted but I could not get the neck strap inserted even with thin wire, had to tie the wire and the neck strap together. Movie mode image quality is not very good, in low ligth almoust unusable. Good quality basic camera. It is a bit better than the point and shoot cameras but is not a real professional model (even when you CAN change the objective). The widescreen lens is a bonus and if the rounded edges on scenery pictures do not matter could be used always. There is no actual macro mode but you can take decent pictures from around 15-20cm distance (old point and shoot camera could not focus at this distance at all).
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