Summary: The metal thing that closes over the lens when you turn the camera off sticks. If you don't pay attention, when you turn the camera on the cover will open half way and your photos will be 1/2 shots. Even if you do pay attention sometimes the thing is so stuck I can't get it to slide open at all. Very annoying.
Summary: The camera works fine, my wife needs it for school. Problem is it's NOT PINK! The picture of the camera I purchased very clearly shows a pink camera and I received a silver camera. Now my wife needed it for school, so she's okay. But I am very unsatisfied with the purchase.
Summary: I bought this camera as a gift for my girlfriend. She loved it and it worked great for about 3 months. The camera was taken very good care of and never dropped. The camera still turns on and seems to function normally but the screen just shows black and it will not take pictures. Overall, very disappointing :(.
Summary: I have the same camera, so I ordered one for my husband. I like the Nikon COOLPIX S3300, however, when we received our product, the screen was distorted/damaged. We had to return it the same day. We did however place another order for the red NIKON COOLPIX S6300.
Summary: We bought this camera for $42 on Amazon during the holidays for my daughter because it looked like a great camera for the price. I am used to a Canon 5d Mark II. The images are not crisp, so I am not sure where the image stabilization comes in. I have taken a few myself and if you are not sitting completely still and hold it for a few seconds after taking the photo, you get some blur.
Summary: I got this camera because I thought it would be better than my fujifilm. Wrong. The picture quality was NOT any better and it was slow at "snapping" pictures. I read the manual front to back to see if I was operating the camera incorrectly but no I was doing it all right and still could not get a good picture. I read the reviews before buying this camera and everyone said how great it was. I was very dissapointed. I'm getting a refund and sticking to my fujifilm.
Summary: The position of the button to shoot movies is right in the back corner where most people put their thumb I find myself shooting movies before I realize it. I have used 35mm cameras for 40 years and I can't change how I hold my camera now. I'm not happy with Nikon they should know better. The pictures are fine but I would not recommend.