Tha camera is light, I have the black cobalt, very intuitive to use. It does not come with a cd. In low light situations (parties) your best bet is to use smart auto. The other functions are very good. Pictuare quality is ok compared to my other camereas which are a Samsung TL500, a Lumix FZ35 and a Nikin d5100. So this comparison is hard for the wb250f. But so far so good with this camera.View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
A thorough feature set, let down very slightly by mono-sound recording for movies, plastic screw-thread for tripod mount, mushier-than-expected shots at ISO800+/low light multi-exposure shots, no auto-orientation in playback. There's a lot to like about this camera - Small footprint, decent lens reach, capable IS, usable bounce flash, lots of shooting options/special effects (some of which you even might envisage using more than once!). On top of that is a really decently responsive ...View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
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