Summary: I like the camera,it is easy to use,small enough to carry with you around,great pictures, what i didn't like about this camera is that i is not easy to grab in your hand,and the fact that the lenses is not automatic focus,we have to manually manage it,or maybe, i couldn't understand how it works.otherwise is a good to have camera
Summary: I have had this camera for nearly a year. Yes, there are some "silly," "gimmicky" features, but outside of that, this can produce some truly lovely photos. I wanted a light, simple camera for travel. This is small enough that I can literally wear it diagonally (from my shoulder to hip) and then zip my jacket tightly to still go on The Tower of Terror at Disney.
Summary: I have been a point and shoot user and then switch to iPhone. Try this one because iPhone cannot handle far distance and nighttime. Nikon j2 is relatively easy to learn and use. Quality is great especially the 135 lens(not the one that come with). Very sharp night pics. Glad that I bought it!!
Summary: I bought this camera on a lightening deal and I am happy with it. It is very simple to use and takes great pictures. Some pictures are dark or blurry. Blurry is probably user error since there is no auto focus, but can't figure out why pictures are so dark some times. It is very small and portable and takes great movies. Need a high capacity SD card since the HD movies take a ton of space.
Summary: I bought this for traveling. I loved that it was little and lightweight. The photos aren't as crisp as a larger more expensive DSLR would produce, but it still took great very good quality shots. It does great for the price!
Summary: This is a nice, economical, high-performance camera, well thought-out, but has some shortcomings. For example, the VR lenses only work in P, S, A and M modes, not in auto - this is not explained, and I can not think of a reason. It has a fairly high learning curve, and a far from intuitive menu system.