My first exposure to this camera lasted for less than 5 minutes. After the battery fully charged i recorded a 10 second video and transferred it to the computer to see the quality which wasn't any where near hd or even as good as my old canon a430 digi-cam with video ability (640x480).
I then proceeded to take 2 photos with the 5002 snapp and on the second photo the camera crashed with a white screen and little dashes running across the screen. I turned off the 5002 and that was that the camera no longer turns on (at all). The battery charger ability still functions but that's all.
The camera did transfer the two photos to the 4gb memory card i had ordered with the camera. However the photo quality was so bad that photos on a commodore 64 computer form over 30 years ago are much better.
The coby website is useless, and Amazon Canada wants to charge me almost as much in return shipping as the entire order is worth, which is about 50$ cdn.
Oh yes. Contrary to the coby web site and numerous reviews this amazon coby snapp 5002 does not come with an appropriate HDMI cable.
My snapp 5002 is now nothing more than an expensive paper weight.
Adendum: I called coby directly for about an hour and they are completely in the dark about the snapp 5002 cameras, also there is no section on the coby website in the FAQs for the snapp cameras either.
All attempts to reset the camera with the standard button combinations failed.
I highly recommend that if you want a lite HD camera that you save up a little more and get a flip brand or look into a "Go-Pro HD", or "drift HD 170" that can record in hd and has good motion compensation (anti-shake/blur) if you inted to walk around the yard filming your family moments.