Some Lag time, otherwise it's a nice little camera
Laura "Laura", Amazon
15 June 2013
Summary: I enjoy taking wild life photo's, so, this got to be a frustration. If your have people pose, you'll be fine. It's hard to capture wild life and they don't pose. It does have a continuous setting, so, you can have some luck with that. I ended up buying the P510 by Nikon, and love it!
The pictures are not sharp. Lot of shake in many pictures
1 June 2013
Summary: This camera supposedly compensates for the hand shake using its moving lenses. But a lot of pictures end up shaky. The colors are vivid and lively in the pictures. Hold the camera very still and the pictures will turn out be really good
Summary: I really wanted to like this camera. And, for the first few months that I had it, I did. It is a great point and shoot camera. I like the pictures and video it takes....especially the different scene settings and smart picture option.
Summary: I ordered this camera in the beginning of March and used it on my trip to San Francisco. I LOVED it. It took great quality pictures and I got a lot of compliments on the pictures. However, then my disappointment started.
Summary: Before I purchased this camera in red I owned a Nikon S6000 and I was hoping this would be similar with a few upgrades, but I have been disappointed. The camera looks cool, is easy to care, and has a touch screen, but the picture quality is not near as good on this camera as it is on the S6000.
Summary: I bought this camera because I loved the touch screen features. I received it quickly and found it very easy to use. My frustration started about 1 month after receiving. The camera would not take a charge anymore.
Summary: I have a Nikon D90 and just thought I'd carry this Coolpix camera in my purse. Love the touch screen and options (borders - writing on photos). I have yet to get a good macro photo - they usually come out blurry - in all fairness I will watch the CD that came with the camera regarding macros and see...
Summary: having a touch screen is an advantage, but if it works properly! For this camera you need so much pressure on the screen. Also, you need to charge the battery everyday (Maybe I'm using the camera too much).
Summary: I like everything about this camera except the touch screen. Sometimes you have to do repeated touches or swipes to get the desired response. This is especially a problem when swiping through pictures as you view them.
Summary: Touch screen functionality isn't ready for production. Nikon should consider finishing product development prior to market entry in order to avoid losing client base. If you want this type of functionality wait until Apple makes a camera or Nikon steals someone elses technology.