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: I have been shooting my Nikon d40x for around seven years now and decided that I missed the convenience of a more portable camera and many digitals these days can out zoom my 300mm lens so I thought I'd look into one. First off, bridge style camera was just a poor choice for me because if I have that size and weight I might as well lug around my dslr and bag, but I decided to stick it for the impressive zoom.
Summary: This one is a very lazy camera, delayed when you turn it on, and focus, so you miss a lot of pictures, the autofocus is weak, you must to take care and the option about stabilize movement is very weak.
Summary: If I could rate it a NEGATIVE 5 STARS, I would! I purchased this item in September 2012, as a Sweet 16 gift for my daughter's birthday, in October. She used it for Christmas pictures and then put it away until our vacation in March 2013. By day 2 of our trip it FROZE UP! This camera was only used TWICE and completely shut down and stopped working during the 2nd use. It hase been a nightmare trying to find answers, time and money to try to fix it.
Summary: Camera has great image resolution. But very slow to focus and slow to save image. The size of the camera is bulky. Why not get a SLR for the size. After returning this camera I found a more compact camera with a slightly lower zoom. It's faster and takes better 3d images and panoramic. I don't know I'd I can say it was a Panasonic.
Summary: Nikon COOLPIX L810 16.1 MP Digital Camera with 26x Zoom NIKKOR ED Glass Lens and 3-inch LCD (Blue) I purchased this camera as a gift to myself, this Christmas. I had until January 30, 2013, to return the camera. February 2, 2013, I took out the sim card to upload the photos and videos that I had taken that day. When I tried to use my camera, thereafter, it won't do anything! I've seen the lens move only once while trying to turn it on.
Excerpt: So I bought this to take product photography for my online shop. I had been using a kodak easy share M1063, which is about 3 years old. I was greatly disappointed with the Nikon l810. The plastic part that holds the batteries in was not durable at all. I know that this would have eventually broken off. The picture quality was worse than my 3 year old camera. I read the directions on how to change the settings, but still every thing looked grainy.
Excerpt: This is an amazingly bad camera. Just horrible in every way. I thought I was getting a high end point and shoot, but it's not even that. It's so bad that it's a joke between me and my friends. I take a picture with this camera and they take the same picture with their phones and this camera always loses. The focus is horrible in all light conditions. The pictures are always dark. I took pictures on a sunny, snowy day and still had to adjust the brightness in photoshop.
Pros: Zoom Rangeperformance
Cons: Bad Battery Life, Blurry Focus, Difficult To Adjust, Poor Image Quality, Poor in low light