Summary: It is a good little work camera, for taking pictures in an outdoor setting. Price was not that great for a refurbished, but I was replacing one that was destroyed in a work accident and that left me with backup battery, cables, and charger from my previous kit.
Summary: This is a pretty good little camera. It was my first digital camera...a christmas present last year. It has had some good use. It's great for a beginner or something light to take on a trip--I got tired of lugging around my SLR, tripod, bag, lenses, etc.
Summary: First off let me say that I love this camera. It really is a lot of fun to take pictures, especially with all the wonderful features it has to offer. However, there are a few problems I have with it.
Excerpt: I bought this camera long ago in Dec, 2004 The camera has 3.2 mega pixel resolution. I still have it, though I use Nikon D40 these days. It was one of the good camera of old time, very sturdy, small, easy to carry and above all value for money.
Excerpt: I have had this camera for a number of years now, and have found a number of advantages as well as a number of disadvantages. This is my opinion of the camera. **ADVANTAGES** - Easy to use and choose a mode that you want to use.
Pros: Small, many functions, view finder, night mode, video + more
Excerpt: I got this camera a few years ago now and it is my first digital camera. I'm no technical expert, but I will tell you my experiences as a beginner to the digital camera world. Firstly - the screen. It's big enough to use perfectly well, but a little bit extra would be NICE.
Pros: Cheap(ish), easy to use, quite compact
Cons: Quite hard to take good pics without using the flash, really bad at night
Excerpt: When I first got this camera I thought it was the best thing since sliced bread with all its different settings, even though I didn't know what most of them did and still don't to this day (although it is all explained in the manual).
Pros: Small, easy to use, what you would expect for the price
Excerpt: Although this digital camera does not have the highest number of megapixels on the market, it has suited me very well. It is a very simple point and shoot camera, and comes out with some great results.
Excerpt: I bought the 3200 Coolpix Nikon camera about 2 years ago. It was my first digital camera, and I have to say I'm very pleased with it. Before my parents used to take most of the pictures when we went on field trips, but since I bought the camera, I became the main photographer of the family.
Pros: It's small, has nice optical zoom, lots of features - closeup, profiles, nightsky, mountainscape etc
Cons: i can't really think of any, maybe the point that it has only 3 . 2 megapixels . .