Well, if you wanted to know how many of my photos & videos are captured this is my little secret...the Sony Cybershot DSC-T1! It's nice & compact put still packs a great punch. It can fit in your pocket & is just a little bigger than a credit card, it doesn't weigh much either. I purchased this camera 3 years ago during a Circuit City sale. It came with a hand strap, rechargable battery, docking station, memory card, & power cords. It has 5.0 mp & great features. I know they've upgraded this model but, I can't part with what after 3 years I've finally learned how to operate. There are 10 different settings on which you can change the camera to capture a picture under different situations. I pretty much use the auto setting which adjusts it for me with the red eye reduction on. Just a few months ago, I pulled out the instructions & read it & actually found that there is a magnified setting which can take a photo 1 inch away from the object & it's magnified! The screen is 2.5 inches which makes viewing photos you've taken a lot easier to sort through. Also even though we try to be careful with it we are sometimes clumsy & have dropped the camera but, it still works fine. Still I would suggest investing in a camera case though. The memory stick provided with doesn't have much memory so of course we upgraded to a 1 mb duo pro stick & haven't had a problem with enough storage space. We unload the photos to the computer to free up memory & store them in folders. It's really easy to unload just pull out the memory stick & put it into the adapter & plug into the computer slot if not you could always just use the usb cord on the docking station. After 3 years, it's still worth every penny!