Summary: I bought this camera awhile ago, and have had no issues with this. I bought this because I recently had a baby and trying to get those quick pictures with my phone just wasn't working. This camera is very easy to use and I am glad I bought it.
Summary: I have never had an easier camera to operate, plus it takes amazing pictures! You can just figure out the super easy stuff to do or get into things like the panoramic pictures you can take with this camera. Either way, you will be happy!
Summary: they made the new model but i think this is still worth buying because the difference between the two models is not enough to want to spend the extra money. this is a pretty good camera by my standards.
Summary: Nice point and shoot camera for the value. I have also used the newer model L120 which has higher zoom power and some handy features. But I am pretty satisfy with the 15X zoom on L110. Picture quality is wonderful. Easy to use - push buttom instant movie mood. Clear picture.
Summary: This is an excellent camera!! Easy to use, takes awsome pictures! Has so many great settings on it to get that perfect picture! It is a little akward to carry, but I like to carry mine in my purse. Over all its the best camera for the money. Its a good price on Amason.
Summary: First I should say I am a dinosaur, but this camera isn't at all hard to learn to use. The auto focus is a little bit tricky in wildlife photography, so read the parts on focus lock and such. The trick is to zoom in first and then trip the auto focus.
Summary: I am in love with this camera! It takes amazing pictures. I have no problem getting great shots of my kids, who are constantly in motion. This camera is a big leap above a basic point and shoot, take time to read the manual and understand how to use it well.
Summary: I purchased this camera for our cruise to Alaska for one reason: the zoom. The zoom is everything I could ask for. You can zoom all the way in, click, and you have a perfect picture-on auto. No blurriness whatsoever without a tripod. I've never had a camera that could do that.