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.
Summary: I purchased the L810 August 2012 (about 1 year ago), so I've had quite a bit of time to try it out. This was my first upgrade camera from using basic ~$100 Nikon models like the P60 and L28 (although my very first was a Kodak easy share). Pros: ~I chose the camera in Blue.
Best camera you're going to get in this price range
28 April 2013
Summary: This is a fantastic camera for the money if you take a lot of stills. If you take a lot of actions shots, like kids in sports, etc.....don't get it. It's focus time and shutter speed are just too slow for action.
Summary: This is a good camera. It has only one problem which I do not like. It takes a lot of time to focus on a subject. By the time it focuses I have lost the moment which I wanted to capture. It is slow to respond to a subject. The pictures are very clear. The videos can be spotty with the sound.
Summary: This little point and shoot with 720p HD video works like a champ. Easy presets work well and are easy to get to. As with any point and shoot with a fixed lens, it can't earn 5 stars because the 26x zoom, well, just doesn't do that well.
Summary: I got this for my wife to take photos mostly of the products she sells as well as for general family function photos. My wife is happy, so the world is a much better place. I would recommend this camera and seller.