The camera looks very fancy I think. On the front there is a sticker that has some specifications but personally I would remove it On the top of the camera we have the shutter button and beside it we have a small On/Off button.
On the side is the battery cover and you can see that the AA batteries fit perfect and on the side of them there is a small slot where you can install some more memory.
On the other side we have a rubber cover which you can easily move over and under we find the AV port, USB port and the connector for the AC adapter. Underneath we have a small hole where you screw the tripod on. The tripd has a small screw so you can easily install it with your fingers.
The display on the camera is a really good size since the camera is very little but they have managed to install a fairly big LCD screen on it. The button on the bottom turns the LCD screen On/off. The button in the middle sets the exposure time and the button on the top swtiches the ligtning modes.
I wanted to compare the camera to something well known so I took my SonyEricsson T610 cell phone and we can see that the camera is not much bigger than the phone. On the right picture we can see the thickness of it and it’s very thin even though I have reviewed a even smaller camera from Trust.