Particulary this camera was fully crap, meny navigation buttons don't work at all
Julija Volkova, Amazon
9 September 2014
Summary: Particulary this camera was fully crap, meny navigation buttons don't work at all, almost impossible get focus to object, and baterry lasts for a few minutes. I got it becouse of goot macro function, that is usefull in field trips, where big DSLR cameras are havy to handle, but this was not it...
Summary: The Nikon 4500 was the end of the line for the large, swivil body line that Nikon pioneered. Brought out in 2003, it was a great camera that I enjoyed using very much. In addition, I purchased many accessories to go with it. Earlier this year, my old freind suffered a fall and was damaged.
Summary: Snuffy's Outhouse went above and beyond the call of customer service. When I mentioned in an email to Gary that the camera is used on the job on ranches far from the ranch house where there are NO amenities, Gary searched for and found a car charger and sent it at no extra charge.
Careful with those cameras, are old and usually broken
8 December 2011
Summary: I have some problems with this camera. The seller said it is working properly but I found out that he is only working on auto, because I can't change anything about the pictures: iso, focus...... Only thing I can change is image quality.
I would not purchase this camera again given the choice.
18 April 2011
Summary: While "OK", this camera is a poor replacement for the Nikon 995 in my opinion. The settings are much more complicated to navigate and it has one less display. In my opinion (and that of many others) the Nikon 995 is still the best camera for Macro photography.
Summary: ALTHOUGH IT IS ONLY 4 MEGA PIXELS. IT HAS SUPERB OPTICS. THE PIVOTING DESIGN LETS YOU SHOT AT ALL ANGLES AND STILL SEE THE SCREEN. ALSO IT HAS AN OPTICAL VIEW FINDER THAT ZOOMS WITH THE LENS. THE IS NOTHING LIKE IT ANY MORE THAT I KNOW OF.
Summary: I have the need to take picture from microscope. This is the one you must have, combining with the 10x eyepiece adapter then you have the cheap solution for the microscope camera, comparing to the ccd camera attached to the microscope is usually $700~$1000.
Summary: This is a great little camera and I'd recommend it to anyone who's technologically savvy. The only problem I have with it is the battery's life, which lasts only a few hours. However, I do love its versatility and durability.