Summary: I've been using Nikon cameras since my first camera as a kid. I loved this camera until it decided to just not turn on a few months after I got it. I've never dropped it or gotten it wet or any other ill treatment because I'm extremely careful when it comes to every one of my electronic devices. I don't know what happened.
Summary: Great overall easy to use camera, but it seems to have a focusing problem. When taking pictures in low light WITH THE FLASH ON half the pictures come out completely our of focus (not blurry from low light, but completely out of focus) and I have to take the picture again. Usually on the second try it comes out perfect, but its a pain. I returned the camera because of this and got another one, but it still happens with the replacement camera.
Summary: This camera is an average camera. Good for convenience and average snapshots, definitely not your best buck for quality. The night mode is horrible. I recommend a better camera even if you're just going for an average quality photo.
Summary: Image quality is horrible, what can we expect form this level of product ? I bought it for my mother. This is for people that do not care about image quality, since 5 mp or 16megapixels or even more in a camera like this means nothig, as the proof is the bad image quality. This is perfect for people that do not know how to take picture and dont care about bad quality.
Summary: First of all I bought this camera after returning an Olympus VR350 (which had good quality, but didnt seem good enough at the moment). So, I decided to go buy this Nikon. ("it's a nikon, what can be wrong?" i thought) well, if you taking pictures of big things like buildings the quality is pretty good. but if you're taking portraits the people look just way too RED. also, in distances under 20 ft the auto focus didnt work very well.
Summary: I have had this camera for about 4 months. I take a LOT of pictures with any one of my 4 cameras. I am not new to photography. I've owned about 10 different cameras over the last 20 or so years. Maybe it's just me, however, I have never been able to take a picture with the Nikon S6200 that came out even borderline good. All appear to be fuzzy and/or out of focus.
Summary: My Casio exlim died after owning it several years and so i thought i would go for a little nicer camera and go for the Nikon Cool pix s6200 ....the day i got it could hardly wait to test it out. I bought a new memory disk for it making sure i was using the correct memory disk. Well day one i was not impressed by the lack of speed this camera had, i wasnt impressed with much of any of it.
Summary: I've been a long time (happy) customer of Canon point and shoot cameras. My last one, SD800IS Elph, finally quit working after years of reliable results - and I take a lot of pictures. I also have a Canon SLR, but my pocket camera covers FAR more ground when I'm on the go. The SLR is great for creative photo shots when I plan ahead for special events, but nothing beats a good reliable point and shoot pocket camera to have with you when lugging an SLR isn't practical and...