Summary: Great pictures and easy to use. Transfer process works well with either Nikon program of MS pictures software. I recommend you carry extra batteries. If you follow the instructions that come with the camera you will have no problems.
it is ok, very small, but slow, focus not great or fast
wle "wle", Amazon
7 December 2012
Summary: it is ok, very small, but slow, focus not great or fast pros: very small fairly cheap lithium batteries, very much better than ni-mh, also smaller and lighter, do not self-discharge as much convenient charging - do not have to take batteries out standard pictures are pretty easy - the thing seems to be more about faces than anything else playback editing - redeye reduce, color/histogram enhance, rotate, crop, make small pix lot of features though many of them are dubious...
Summary: This camera packs a lot of electronic wizardry into a small package at a good price point. This is the trickle-down effect of many years of good Nikon innovation. While its diminutive size is awesome to keep it in your pocket or in your purse for those "OMG, who has a camera?" moments, its not a premier class camera to use for mission critical shots. Its a hobby camera or a just-in-case camera. And for that purpose, it works very very well.
Summary: I picked this camera up for $80. It was on sale; generally you will be able to pick up this Nikon for about $100. I've used it briefly, but since Black Friday is upon us, and many shoppers are looking for affordable digital cameras, I thought I'd try to help you out as much as I could...so please keep in mind that my use of this camera is limited. To sum it up, it's a $100 digital camera.
Summary: I bought this at the last minute for my 11-year-old son for Christmas. It has been nothing but a wonderful choice. First, the person who I purchased it from was helpful and generous. Next, the condition of this used camera was perfect. My son was thrilled with the camera and it has taken excellent photos despite his lack of experience.