Summary: Camera seemed to be in excellent condition when it arrived, but I discovered it had one flaw. The memory card would not lock into it's slot. So I use the internal memory to take the pictures and then transfer them to my computer. I clear the internal memory and start over. I'm not sure how many pictures can be stored internally, but so far I haven't maxed out. A little inconvenient, but I still got my moneys worth.
Summary: I purchased this camera a little over two years ago and it has recently started going nuts to the point where I have to replace it. It doesn't always warn you when the battery is getting low, and sometimes the only way to shut it off is to remove the batteries. I gave it 3 stars because it worked great at first, but over the past month or so it has been a big disappointment. Also, you should know that there are cameras out there that have 12mp for the same price.
Summary: I am a big fan of Nikon cameras. I have D70 that I really love. But this camera left me with a lot more to desire. Good: - Takes very good pictures in good lighting - Nice options including face priority - D Light feature seems to be really working - Supports SDHC card - Very cheap (less than 100) Bad: - Takes not very good picture in low light or shade - Flash is not powerful enough to go over 5 feet - Shutter lag time sometimes can be long.
Summary: A number of reviews have been submitted outlining the many features packed into this small camera. I will not dwell on a repeat of the various features. The price at $92.00, including postage from an Amazon Marketplace seller, was excellent. After a time with the manual, the various features are fairly straight forward.
Summary: I thought when I bought this that at last I would be able to record with sound. Unfortunately, there is a significant and off-putting mechanical clicking sound going on in the background like crickets going singing in the background. In fact, if you listen closely to the camera in still mode, you can hear the sound. This happens both in video mode and in audio record-only mode. There is no video-only mode, so you have to use conversion software to delete the audio.
Summary: There are some things that Nikon did right with this camera, but mostly they got it wrong. Although I love my Nikon Coolpix 3100 (3 megapixels), some may want to avoid the Nikon Coolpix L11. First, the good. It takes great pictures and fits into your pocket. OK for snapshots under normal conditions. I also have had some professional quality pics with good color saturation then the light is good.