It still makes me chuckle to think that the first digital camera I bought in 2002 (I think) cost me just over £250 and only had 2 mega pixels six scene settings and a self-timer feature - that was about it, but at the time it was all-singing-all-dancing and I loved it.
This Panasonic Lumix F3 digital camera has 12.1 mega pixels and more features than you could shake the proverbial stick at!
It has 22 scene settings, can detect up to 16 faces, has continuous shooting (6 frames per second) and can also shoot movies.
It has a 4 x optical zoom and a 4 x digital zoom, a wide angle lens and 2.7 LCD display.
It also features digital anti-blur technology - the list goes on and on but, as far as I can gather, it doesn't go quite as far as cooking the dinner for you - and the full spec' is on the Argos website.
It's not available for home delivery, but at £5.95 that's no great heartbreak, and there are a fair few in stock around the country - I used www.icheckstock.co.uk to have a good look around.
Thanks to sajnan at HUKD