QA Fail: Product Listing on Amazon
Camera Seller uses Stock Photo instead of real photo
This week is yet another fail by Amazon.com - at least by a merchant and not a specific issue with the company Amazon. (See the "Amazon Deals" fail)
This week fail is by Kimire Store. They have a video camera with the following title: "Video Camera Camcorder kimire Digital Camera Recorder Full HD 1080P 15FPS 24MP 3.0 Inch 270 Degree Rotation LCD 16X Digital Zoom Camcorder Camera with 2 Batteries(Black)"
This is a pretty neat camera with lots of functionality. Its listed for $64.99 - which is an awesome price point.
In the product description is this:
Great Photo Quality!
The camera takes amazing pictures! Look at that mountain photo - this is an awesome camera.
That mountain picture is unfortunately a stock photo. You can find it on Shutter Stock:
How can you trust this listing when they use a stock photo for the description? Is the video quality really bad that you can't find a decent place to take a photo with the camera?
The listing is full of questionable wording that indicates that its a really bad translation. Here's an example:
The camcorder come with two NP-FV5 batteries. It allows you to keep recording around 60 to 90 minutes when it's fully charged. For the first time use need to charge more than 8 hours. The camcorder support the recording while charging, good to record long videos anytime.