I've not reviewed this particular camera, however this 'data' applies:
Important note: with Point-and-shoots there are two theories of "push-the-shutter-take-the-picture"
Theory 1) camera programming is set up, to minimize the focusing-time delay between pushing the shutter and taking the focus. So it will take its fastest guess at focus, and shoot the shot, before that ice cream drips off of Junior's nose. ... but not in the best possible focus or light-settings.
Theory 2 Camera programming is set up to take what ever time needed to get exact focus ... then shoot the picture. Sometimes a fairly notable delay between push and picture, however, if you'll hold fairly still, and depress the shutter, (rather than poke at it and jerk your finger away)you'll get the best focus the camera can deliver, every time.
Of course, the 'Preferred' method of using a point-and-shoot, is to pre-focus the camera:
aim the camera at your subject (or something in the same lighting, at the same distance as your subject)
demi-depress the shutter, and hold, giving the camera time to fully adjust all of it's parameters, then Spot your moment and push the shutter the rest of the way down. Getting immediate response, with no focus/adjustments delay AND the best focus/adjustments the camera can deliver.
(/end point-and-shoot photo lesson)
According to the head of the Point-and-shoot department, Kodak, point-and-shoots, (at least 2010 and forward)are 100% committed to theory #1- close-guess on focus fastest speed of response. Not a bad deal, since, when you Want best possible focus, you can just 'pre focus' and when you want to grab the camera and catch 'that moment' ... you're getting a pretty well engineered guess at the settings.
(And, according to the same manager, Kodak totally renewed their dedication to the quality of their consumer-end cameras, so the comments from Kodak engineers about issues I had with a 2009 series review model, "This is just a Consumer End camera, you can't Expect real quality pictures out of this thing ..." ... no longer apply.
I'll probably go back to adding Kodak into my reviews, in the fall ... )