Summary: I wouldn't recommend buying one new if a used seller claims Good or Very Good condition (my good luck?) this is a stop-gap purchase for me Until I can afford a GPS cam. I've taken worthwhile vids of close-up action that others appreciated, that was fun!
Summary: Nice camera overall. It's decent and although it's HD, when you record from afar it gets blurring sometimes. Not the best but for filming upclose, it's nice. The pictures depends on which settings you put it to. It gets annoying to adjust it constantly because sometimes it's too bright or too dark but you'll figure it out.
Great point and shoot with some fantastic color enhancement features
Canyon "'80's Man", Amazon
31 January 2013
Summary: This camera has some great features, especially for taking scenic shots. You can adjust color saturation on the camera to take some amazing scenic shots of sunsets, landscapes, and water. The touch screen is easy to use but in some cases is too easy as a double tap causes the camera to actually take a picture. If you are fumbling around with in your bag or pocket to get the camera and it is on then it may take a picture unintentially.
Summary: For the price, this is a great camera. It is of high quality, takes good photos and is reasonably priced. The 7x zoom comes in handy, though I have to put it on sport mode to counter act my shaky hands. The downside is I thought the pictures would be a little better coming from Nikon. I think my old 3MP Kodak I bought at Walmart looked at least as good.
Summary: It's a good camera and offers features my other older model nikons don't, but after 3 days of owning it, it started to malfunction. The upper shutter got stuck and lodged itself into an awkward position, obscuring the view. I had to use brute force to pry it out and then it completely came out of the camera. Luckily I was able to attach the shutter back in and now it works fine again. I own many cameras, especially Nikons, and this has never happened to me before.