Summary: great little camera for a smokin price. I do get teased about it being pink as i am a guy but works great and easy to carry on my goldwing!! this is the second nikon camera I currently posess. They really hold up well!!
Summary: Nikon Coolpix L-series: OK-ish starter cameras, BUT the USB (not a normal cable config) > PC is iffy depending on PC & install software CD. 75% of web blogs are full of acquire or power drain probs, or both! What works on my Dell LT fails on my HP tower, even good recharge Ni batteries & their (like memory card, not included in pack) recharger won't last as long as U hoped (off the shelf use 'n toss, or rechargers), a 4GB card hold more data than any battery (2-AA's)...
Summary: maybe for its time it was fine but i was told that the battery door does not shut all the way on all the models. hmmm well in my case its true,and im having a hard time trying to find a memory card,
Summary: Nikon Coolpix L15 8MP Digital Camera with 3x Optical Vibration Reduction Zoom (Pink) Caveat Emptor on this one.I have been trying for weeks now to get a definitive response from the merchant on whether they will refund the purchase and shipping either way on a camera that arrived flashing "lens error". The phone message left in response to my "800" call said to ship merchandise to address other than appears on invoice.
Summary: I bought this for my 16-year old son, and he absolutely loves it. It's great that the kit came with everything he needed to get started, and to take care of his camera. My biggest tip is to change the setting right away for the picture quality. My son started taking pictures right away, and when he downloaded them, the image file sizes were 2MB+ each! I told him that he didn't need picture quality like that just to pose pics on myspace or facebook.
Summary: Purchased this camera for my wife as a carry around camera, replacing a Kodak EasyShare DX4330. Sadly, the Kodak has a better picture quality. In sunlight and well lit areas, picture quality is very good. Loose the light and picture quality fails fast due to the auto ISO. Lower light pictures are very grainy and have excessive noise. You can run noise reduction at the cost of detail so this is not a good option.