I've read a lot about this camera and how it's such a great compact camera with such a great lens. Matt Denton raves about it on his site, and several others spoke very highly about it as well. First of all, it's the Prima Super 120, or Sure Shot Classic 120 as marketed here in the US. It is compact in size, but it has quite a hefty feel to it. The metal looking parts are actually metal, aluminum to be precise, and the camera has a high-quality feel to it. The only down side to using it is that the flash always extends when the camera is on, even if you disable it. There are several very useful settings, including a 'Personal' setting which allows you to set up the camera the way you want, albeit with a relatively small number of options, but they are useful options such as Spot meter versus evaluative metering. There is a very handy little door on the back left portion of the camera that hides several buttons for activating some of these features, and a main dial that is very similar to the one found on EOS cameras. The lens is the real jewel on this camera. It is quite sharp and renders colors beautifully. Even more impressive though, is the lack of flare when shooting directly into the sun! I took it out for a stroll several days ago and got a few shots of the area around us. I was quite happy with the way the camera performed and will certainly put it to use a lot more!