Summary: The positives- never read the manual and I can operate it to my satisfaction without having done so (though I know there is probably much to learn if I would take a look). It fits in my handbag so I don't have to carry a camera bag around. The negative- Seems to really eat batteries. A lot. ADDITION- While using the camera recently, I experienced an issue where the camera lens would not retract into the the body when I turned off the camera.
Summary: Bought this camera as a Christmas gift for my wife to have for those "gotta have a picture of that" moments. It is a decent camera for the price, and is small enough to carry in a bag or purse, only down side is the image tracking in the view screen is alittle delayed. But hey, for the price you can't expect perfection. If you need better quality spend alittle more money for the higher end cameras.
Summary: I bought a 4MP Coolpix a few years ago and I really loved it. The pictures were great, it was easy to use, and it was small enough that I carried it in my purse all the time. But after my grandson was born this summer, I realized that with 4MP I couldn't take pictures of him and crop them very much without losing quality. I stumbled onto the 8MP version at Sam's Club, but went online for a better deal, which I got through Amazon.
Summary: Pros: Huge LCD, great price and good image quality, Vibration Reduction Cons: When using the red-eye flash,it takes some time untill you can take the next picture I bought it because the LCD from my former camera, the Nikon L11, crashed, literally The price to repair it would be almost the same price of a new camera. So I bought this one. I don't regret my decision, since the L15 is way better than the L11.
Summary: We have purchased 6 Nikon digital cameras over the last 5 years. We've been pretty happy with all of them so we keep buying Nikon even after looking closely at Cannon and Sony. We started with a 3 MP and have graduated over the years. This one is the best so far on picture quality. It has a nice large screen and is slim and easy to pocket.
Summary: The Good: The camera takes great pictures with vivid true color in many different lighting conditions. Image stabilizer works great, I've taken many zoom and low light shots with no blur. In a low light restaraunt, I was able to take clear, sharp and non-noisey pictures with no flash. Camera has many scene selections and settings as well as a simple point and click mode so it can take good pictures in most conditions.
Seems to be the best 2 AA powered pocket camera so far
28 December 2007
Summary: I was looking for the best 2 AA powered *pocket* camera - Something fairly thin without the handhold bulge of the Nikon p50 or the Canon A570. Price was not that important, but it seems that no one makes a really high end 2 AA powered camera. All of these are pretty cheap (under $150). I already have a Canon S5IS (uses 4 AAs) and did not want a new battery type for my small camera (Sanyo Eneloops work great BTW). I bought the L15 after looking for months.
Summary: La compré de segunda mano como una ultracompacta par llevar siempre encima. Para su tamaño tiene una calidad general bastante decente y el video con sonido, cosa que la Nikon L4 que tiene mi hijo, no dispone. Las fotos en automático van bien. Para mi es fundamental, porque pocas veces en fotos rápidas te puedes poner a manejar modos prefijados. No es demasiado pequeña pero es muy robusta.