camera broken after 4 months and Nikon has not repaired it
Christer Garbis, Amazon
11 January 2014
Summary: After 4 months the camera suddenly stopped working. Pressing the ON button would simply not bring the camera alive. After the standard troubleshooting procedure, i.e. double-checking the batteries, reading the manual and checking online forums, I contacted Nikon customer support. The Nikon support team was been slow to respond and has not handle their communication during the whole process in good predictable and informative way.
Summary: It took some getting used to after being accustomed to looking through a view finder, and no longer having the option. Completely satisfied with the quality of the shots, even though multiple frames are often required to get just the right one. Probably not the camera to use for action photos or 'must have' events such as weddings until completely familiar with the focusing.
Summary: I loved the 12 pictures I took prior to the reconditioned Coolpix L810 quitting. Now all it will do is say remove the lens cover when it is started. I did all the minor checks to make it work. I checked with two repair shops and it will be approximately 150 dollars to reset the lens. That is more than I paid for the camera. I am not a happy camper.
Summary: compre la camara por que era lo que buscaba;la compre en el exterior porque pagando el impuesto que nos cobran en la aduana del 50% me sale mas barato que en argentina. seria bueno que el vendedor pudiera declarar las compras menos de lo que en realidad las pagamos.
Summary: this camera has delivered everything I expected and more. I've already taken on a cross country trip, from jersey to nevada (burning man) and let me tell you it operated flawlessly. great value for the price. way to go NIKON.