Kodak's M5370, with a 16 megapixel sensor and 3-inch touchscreen, certainly sounds like a great bargain for under $100. Image quality is alright if not great, but initial reports complain about the camera's responsiveness. The camera takes much too long to turn on and makes the user wait a few seconds between each picture as it writes to the Micro SD card. The touchscreen, too, is slow to respond to input and seems to frustrate users. The M5370 is inexpensive, but we'd suggest looking elsewhere for pictures on the cheap. Note that the newer M750 has been announced, but the only change seems to be the addition of wireless.