Written on: 26/07/2006 by Dean Custus (17 reviews written)
Easy to use menu and features
Very good picture quality for the price
Lengthy delay between pressing the button and image capture
Battery life is terrible, even when using Li-On batteries
The lens cap is not built in
The Goodmans G-Shot 3024Z is a great budget digital camera, which is packed with features. Its incredibly uncomplicated and user-friendly. Image resolution is very good, and worthy of cameras costing £500+.
Battery life is the real bug-bear here, and even the best quality batteries don't last for more than a couple of days.
Also, there is an unacceptable delay between clicking the shutter button and the capture image time.
Optical and digital zoom is excellent though.
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