Kyrocera KE433 for Virgin Mobile service.
Camera #1 - Concord Eye-Q 3x (No longer have)
Stupid camera uses 123 batteries which cost $10 per 2 pack.
Camera #2 - Concord Eye-Q 1300 (Still have it)
Only 2 AA batteries, but only takes MMC cards. SD cards are useless.
Camera #3 - Digitrex DSC-2100 (Threw it out)
Takes 4 AA batteries, could not adjust light balance too quickly, takes 5 extra seconds to do so, could not recognize CompactFlash card about 60% of the time.
Camera #4 - Kodak EasyShare C310 (My former primary camera, donated to my mother)
Uses only 2 AA batteries, but only accepts SD cards up to 1 GB. 2 GB and up is worthless.
Camera #5 - Sony DSC-S40 (Was my stepfather's camera, but since he got a better camera, I inherited this one)
4.1 MP camera, uses 2 AA batteries, accepts Memory Stick cards as high as 2 GB. Takes 3x optical zoom.
Camera #6 - Sony DSC-W330 (My new Primary camera since April 23, 2010)
I won it as a prize from Club Bing. Four colors were available from Blue, red, black, and silver. I got the silver one. It's a 14.1 MP camera, takes pictures in VGA (640x480) 5, 10, and 14 MP quality in normal mode, but takes 16:9 size in 2 and 11 MP quality. It also takes both SD/SDHC and Memory Stick media up to 32 GB. The battery is a rechargable litihum Ion battery "N" type.
It also takes 4x optical zoom.
It can also take video as well, up to 28 minutes for 640x480 resolution on a 2 GB card with sound. It also takes macro zoom very well, so expect some better pictures of my HO scale signals very soon.