Excerpt: The Nikon Coolpix L10 is the best deal in its price range, among the most important features are a decent 5.05 million total pixels for prints as large as 11 x 14 inches, 2.0 in monitor, digital zoom up to 4x, 3x optical zoom, tv movie with sound, 7MB …
Summary: I have owned this camera for at least 4 years. I take it on hunting trips as well as snowmobile excursions, so it does take a beating. I did invest in a nice padded case for it, which you are a fool not to, and it will still easily fit in my shirt pocket. I have literally taken thousands of pictures and for the most part they are great. No, this will not produce the quality of my SLR, but it is also a fraction of the price.
Summary: I bought this camera like 5-6 years ago. The only problem I had was for about 6 months the camera screen did not want to work and it would shut off even with new batteries in it. I decided I was going to put new batteries in it a couple days ago and it started working again. I was so happy. This camera has been through everything, I have dropped it several times, my kids have dropped it and everything. Nothing has broken on my camera even with all this abuse.
Summary: This was a great camera 3 years ago and still is decent now. But at $200 if you buy this you are getting screwed BIG TIME. You can get the new coolpix l24 model with better zoom and resolution for $100-140. I bought my L10 new for $100 three years ago. So BUYER BEWARE. Research before you buy.
Summary: 5***** Great camera very portable and small I've had it for about 2 or 3 years now and i am amazed with the quality of it for such a small/cheap camera. I use it to film airsoft and atv events while holding the gun or throttle in the other hand and I've dropped it many times and still works perfectly. runs on 2 AA batteries and can record video and take pictures in pretty good quality. I definitely recommend it! -if you want to see this camera's quality.- [...
Summary: Decent performance, size and price. But if you use it only occasionally then every time you pick it up the batteries will be dead/low. Scene mode seems very susceptible, it always thinks the batteries are low after 20 shots or a week of being off. Been through 10 sets of batteries of all different brands, and the battery type is set correctly in setup. Would avoid, other cameras seem to have same problem so research carefully.
Summary: After carefully checking every reviewed camera on amazon we decided to purchase a pink one for my daughter last christmas. She was trully happy, good quality image, blah, blah, blah After a month of use the LCD screen went black and since my kid had lost the receipt nothing could be done but I agree... what about their quality? An almos 5 star product should not be allowed such crappy behavior. Now she has no camera.
Summary: I received this camera as a Christmas gift last year. It's still my first digital camera, but back then I was quite intimidated by it. Turns out I had nothing to fear! The manual is very helpful, especially with the "Scene" settings. My favorite is the "beach" setting, it does an amazing job capturing the waves!
Summary: I bought this camera seven months ago. I paid like $100 for it. I did not use it that much but the shuter button broke. I sent it to Nikon for repair. They sent me the bill for $105.59. I called Nikon and they told me to send by fax receipt so that they can honor warranty. I'm still waiting for answer.