Summary: Purchsed this camera as we were in need of a smaller, more lightweight camera for some upcoming family trips. Read the reviews and heard mostly positive things so when we saw it for a great deal, we decided to give it a try.
Summary: I just gave camera as a christmas gift to my dad but it is not possible to turn on it. I tried to leave it charging the complete night but nothing. I have to double check if it is a camera or battery issue. I checked the warranty and it does not cover batteries.
Summary: It is one of the worst cameras I've used, the touch controls are not accurate and the user experience is horrible, I was unable to focus the lens on macro mode, all the pictures came out blurry or moved. Returned and bought a different model, Nikon should be ashamed of this model.
Summary: I own this, however I purchased at another Mart with a "wall" for the same price being advertised her as a lightning deal... and it stinks. Gave it to my seven year old and purchased another Kodak.
Summary: I wanted a camera so I didn't keep using all the memory on my iPhone/iPad with photos. I also wanted crisper and clearer pictures. I bought this in blue for £79.99 in the Black Friday sale, so I was very pleased.
Summary: Nice idea to have the operation via the touch screen; but if you expect the screen to be similar to a modern smartphone in operation you will be dissapointed - I was. I found the one on the camera I was supplied with was extremely poor - only one thing to do with it, send it back.
Summary: Recieved the camera and initially it appeared to be all OK. The picture quality was decent. The not-so-responsive touch screen is annoying. A set of regular buttons would have been nicer ... I would like to know who at Nikon is doing the product research ...