Summary: I find it difficult to fathom some of the negative reviews here on this more than capable camera. Here are my thoughts. For it's age it very good. I can get much better results with the default settings than my 10 megapixels Sony.
Summary: So my nephew is 12.. He wanted a nice camera, I find out he's scoping a $200 canon when I point out that I can find him something for $20. He gives me the look. I give him this. We got ourselves a deal boys.
Summary: Got this camera as a Christmas gift and first used on my trip to Florida this spring. Very easy to use (I never even opened the instruction book) and pictures seem to be of a good quality so far.
Summary: I had originally bought a Samsung for a martial arts event that I needed good quality pictures for... it froze within 2 hours of buying it so I ran back to the store and was directed to the Coolpix L15.
Summary: I recently had to update my camera and after lots of research, decided on the Coolpix L15. Not only do I think this is a wonderful camera line, but it's also very easy to use, in all modes! The L15 offers all the latest options in an easy to use format, and at a reasonable price!
Summary: Excellent addition to my Nikon point-and-shoots. Easier to use than both the Coolpix 4300 and Coolpix 7600. I'm comfortable with the Nikon operating methods so this one was easy to learn. Battery life and writing speed seems to be greatly improved over the 7600.
Summary: I love the camera, the clarity is great. The large viewfinder screen makes taking pictures and viewing pictures great. Fairly easy to use, I am still figuring out how to use the face verification mode, but for the most part pretty easy.
Summary: Be absolutely astonished by the ease of use, quality and value. This camera will please the new comer and the amateur photographer. With the 4gig SD Card, you have an amazing 1000+ pictures at 3264 X 2448 resolution and 4400+ pictures at 2048 X 1536 resolution.