If you're in the market for a budget digital camera, then the Targa VQ2110 may be just the one for you.
At the bargain basement price of $219, it's a steal for a 2.1-mega pixel camera, and the cheapest camera in this month's roundup.
However it has limited quality options and the annoying need to hold it very still, or use a tripod, lest it blur, making it impractical for some handheld photography, especially in low light conditions, such as in doors or in the evening.
Offering 1,600 x 1,200 and 800 x 600 resolutions, the VQ2110 is fine for the entry level model or the non-professional user.
Not surprisingly, the VQ2110 didn't have incredible image quality, although when properly used, the results were reasonable.
Value is a big consideration here, but if you're after something a little better and don't mind shelling out twice as much, the Sony DSC-P32 is your best bet for superior quality shots. Otherwise, at $219, this is almost disposable.