Summary: Indoor pics are not clear & I'm still working to see if I can overcome that. Other Nikon was older & starting to act up so I replaced it with this - not good. From now on I'm not buying a camera that someone else hasn't used so I can see the results.
Excerpt: Since I have a the D90, I thought Nikon's line of point & shoot camera would be as nice as my SLR. WRONG. Its not user friendly. The flash does not pop up automatically so if you want to use the flash, you would need to manually flick it up. Close-up pictures are horrible. Comes out nothing but blurry. There are not much settings to choose from other than b&w, sephia, and normal mode which is a bummer. It's shutter speed is super slow/delay. Checked if there was...
Pros: Easy to use, good pictures, loaded with great features
Cons: Mine was returned for service after it quit, giving me a lens cap error message. After I got it back it worked ok for a while, then started the same thing. It is now out of warranty and I have to pay for the repair they didn't get right 1st time.
Summary: Takes great pix, has good zoom and wide angle for money, but the battery door breaks often, and the flash element can't be bought by anyone but a Nikon repair shop. Repairs are pricey and common, Nikon is not noted for great customer service. All in all, as long as you don't use it much or replace it in a year or two.
Inconsistent and freezes up. OK as studio camera, but then so is anything.
11 December 2011
Summary: Camera very quickly developed a habit of freezing up, where it gives the message, "This Card cannot be used", and the camera must be turned off then on, sometimes repeatedly to take a photo. Pretty irritating. Other than that, OK.
Summary: at first I thought this camera is cool. but then when I tried to use it, the pictures are blurred, its not that clear. I tried to use the other features but still some pictures came out blurred. And when I used the zoom feature,they came out not too good. My other digital camera which I thought I can discard after I buy this NIKON coolpix L110, I think takes better pictures. I am, soo disappointed...My Samsung Infuse mobile phone takes better pics than this too...
Summary: Well, people certainly seem to love this camera. I don't. In fairness, it has many nice features which other reviewers have commented on. The lens is unbelievable and getting 15x physical zoom on a camera this price is incredible, plus the image stabilization is very good and you can get clear shots without a tripod even at 15X.
Summary: I am an amateur photographer, and was looking for something that wouldn't be too complicated to use, but that took good pictures. I saw the Nikon L110, read some reviews, and bought it. At first, I really liked it. The Nikon has an excellent zoom, and I was very impressed. A week after purchasing it, it lightly touched a table, and the lens broke. I took it back and got a replacement. A few days later, I took a few pictures of our dog in the sports mode.
Pros: Exposure is well handled, overall the pictures are pleasing to look at as thumbnails or very small images - 12 megapixels is way over the top. This is a snapper camera, not a camera for taking real pictures.
Cons: Too big - pictures have the same resolution as my 7MP panasonic pocket superzoom. They're certainly inferior to my old Canon S1 IS (5 years old and only 3MP - but sharp images aren't ruined by in-camera processing) Too soft - noise reduction takes out so