Summary: This camera took fantastic photographs. However, the Achilles heel of this camera is the retracting lens. It eventually fails and is not repairable. And, when this happens, the camera is not usable. We've had 2 of these cameras and the same thing happened to both!
had this camera for several years and it was perfect somehow the acess door to the battery has been ...
Wowed "And Blown Away", Amazon
24 January 2015
Summary: had this camera for several years and it was perfect somehow the acess door to the battery has been sprung and doest close tightly anymore and will occassionaly lose power from the battery. replaced it with a newer model but still keeping takes great photos
Summary: This is the second one of these cameras I have owned; one was a company-owned camera, and I liked it so much, I bought one for personal use. I looked at the newer versions, but went back to this model for the following reasons: -Compact size - I wear this on my belt regularly, and it's small size is...
Summary: I bought this camera for family pics. I have too little kids and they never stay still they are always look away or come out blurry. This camera snaps the pictures nice and quick to capture that perfect picture without them looking like little blurs.
Summary: It seems like you can't go wrong with refurbished electronics, especially if you go through point and shoot cameras. The camera itself and packaging was as if it was brand new. Has been working great for about a year now. Great value.
Summary: We bought this camera after our old Coolpix got dropped and broke. This one works OK but some times when you turn it off the lense gets hung up and does not close. We then have to push it back into the camera.
Summary: I got this camera in Feb. 2009. It has worked great until today (July 2009): I tried to turn the camera on and received a lens error message and the lens would not come out. It is NOT covered under warranty because supposedly I bumped or jarred the camera.