I've got that one. It barely works indoors unless its very bright and the lighting is from flourescent lights - then its just a bit yellow. Outdoors its fine in sun and overcast, though I haven't tried it on snow.
Heres a video (900kb-ish) of me whiping out at the local trampoline club. Flourescent lighting indoors, so its a bit yellowish. Right click on it, choose save-as, and watch if off your hard drive.http://members.rogers.com/quazbotch/Tramping/CRASH.mov
Outdoors the colour is fine. Photos are only 640x480 and blurry if you print them out full-page.
My 64 meg card holds about 5 minutes of video, or 10 if you don't mind a lower framerate (15, the video above is 30). You can preview and delete videos on the fly, so its not too bad if you are only recording 10-60 second bits at a time. No flash, no zoom. Very easy to use.
If you are on a budget, go for it. Most other digital cameras don't record sound and are limited to 30 second clips. Digital video cameras cost a lot more.[ November 14, 2002, 03:33 PM: Message edited by: Adam S ]