Most women would spend money saved on a cute pair of TOMS wedges. After seeing this camera, I gave up the wedges and opted for a toy. Yes, a toy.
Besides the camera being beautiful, it's small, but not any smaller than my Canon PowerShot. Once I opened up the package, of course, I accidentally dropped the camera. It was like watching it in slow motion. I had images of little pink and white blocks all over the floor, but thankfully, it's quite sturdy.
The LCD screen is sharp, and for being 1.5", it fits a lot of info- the battery life, the number of shots taken (up to 80), if the flash is on or off and of course, the view.
view from the camera. It's 3 MP, so don't expect high resolution.
There is no SD card, or download to your computer. It's automatically imported into your computer via USB. It's Apple friendly, too! I had no problems on my iMac or MBP.
Fable was my model, and I shot indoors, with natural daylight.
The flash is really harsh for indoors or outdoors. It's horrible at night, too. I didn't even bother uploading those, it was flash of white light, barely making out what's behind it.
I could be completely honest and say the quality is horrible, but since I love Lomography, and toy cameras, I actually really like this camera. If you are looking for a quality camera, this is not it. This is a toy. My cell phone takes better photos than this. If you want a dreamy digital effect, then this is a fun camera to play with.
Get your own on amazon.com here