Summary: I have no issues with the camera, that is just what I needed, however, the bag, memory card holder and tripod are not as show in the picture, they are of a much lesser quality. That is why it only gets three stars.
Excerpt: I bought this camera in June last year. Since then I have been using it extensively. Here are a few few things I liked and didn´t like about the camera. Pros: 1. ZOOM. This is most probably the best feature available in this camera. The 42X lets you get really close to the subject.
Summary: The camera appeared to be in good condition and good working order. However, it had neither a carrying strap or lens cap with it. I'm not bothered by the lack of strap, but to me the lens cap is an integral part of camera protection, and I was annoyed that one did not come with the camera.
Summary: She loved it as a gift. The description says that the bundle includes 50" tripod but instead they gave us only a table top tripod stand, very disappointing. The camera is nice though, clicked many high res pictures for printing and they came out good.
Summary: I have always trusted on Nikon, but the P510 and the P520 cameras have a problem. You can not put a conventional filter on your lens, neither 52, 48 mm are suitable. You have to buy an adaptor to 67 mm (that isn't Nikon brand), and then look for the filters (uv, polarizer, etc) at your own risk.
Pretty good but not 'great'. 24mm-1,000mm lens, Wi-Fi & GPS but no RAW.
D. Graves, Amazon
11 July 2013
Summary: For the price, this is a good camera. Not a "great" camera, but a fairly good one. I would consider it high end for the average consumer, with features superior to other point-and-shoots in its price range: Wi-fi capable (ability to connect to iOS and Android devices for viewing/sharing your photos...