This firstly is a very clumpy and large camera, this is because it is several years old and runs on AA batteries.
The battery life on the Camera is poor and this can prove to be very expensive replacing the batteries unless you buy rechargeable ones which are not included and are usually quite expensive in themselves.
The camera is 5 mega pixels which meant it was one of the leading low budget digital cameras at the time of its release, but over time phones have started to come with this as a standard and the picture quality begins to look worse and worse. When the camera is zoomed in the picture quality becomes fuzzy and distorted, whilst this does not affect the picture quality once it has been taken it is sometimes hard to find the thing in the distance you are trying to photograph.
The advantages of this camera is that it takes an SD card and so the size of the camera is up to you, it has a video function (only playing sound back on computer) and it is a cheap and cheerful piece of kit.