Summary: I bought this camera for my two children who wanted to create stop-frame animation. They have had hours and hours of fun with this. Here is what they have to say: It's a good camera and we use it to make movies. The battery compartment broke (our fault) but we fixed it with a zip tie.
Summary: I have no idea how the product works but I do know the seller EZCORP. I ordered used for my daughters birthday. They called the next day saying there was a mix up with the posting and that they would send me an "upgraded" version.
Summary: I found this product to be very much worth the cost. I take it where ever I go and use it all the time. I have not found anything troubling about it yet. It has all the features that I need and more. I recommend this product to any beginner like me.
Summary: Don't expect any customer service when purchasing a camera from Nikon's L series. I would give the camera itself 4 stars, but Nikon's lack of service drops it to 1. This camera was purchased about two years ago as an inexpensive "starter" camera for a child.
Summary: I bought this camera to fill in the gap while I got my older Coolpix repaired (actuator problem). The old camera (which I have reverted to) takes spectacular images, as one would expect from Nikon. (I still have my old NikorMat and SLR lenses). Unfortunately the L14 is a piece of junk.
Excerpt: I've had this camera for almost 2 years now, used it sparingly. Here are the goods: size - very handy to pop in your pocket or purse for the ladies power - uses 2 AA batteries ease - simple and easy to use for beginners LCD - decent screen size pic quality - great in optimal conditions (i.e.