Summary: We just picked up this camera and it broke on the first real attempt to use it. Missed out on graduation photos thanks to the lens getting stuck. It was never dropped or damaged in any way. The camera will be returned today and replaced with a different brand.
Summary: This camera is awesome, love the zoom and the clarity of the photos. Came well packaged, before time delivery and I am very satisfied. I would recommend this camera to anyone looking for a great deal in a quality camera. Well worth the money.
Summary: The camera will not auto focus for close up pictures. The battery does not last very long - less than a day of shooting - and takes quite awhile to recharge; since recharging is through the camera itself rather than a separate charger, you can't use it while recharging. Not recommended.
Summary: I purchased this camera last spring before a family vacation. Used it a couple days prior to make sure it was ok. Went on vacation & the 4th day in the middle of taking pics the screen went black. The lens would open but the screen stayed black. I did everything the troubleshooting said to do to no avail. Called the company & they had me return it, which I did. I received it back, charged it & the lens totally wouldn't open at all!
Summary: I bought this camera at the end of September 2013, and used it on one overseas trip.2 days prior to a major trip at the end of November I decided to check the battery.The camera would not turn on i.e. the lens would not extract in spite of the charged battery.I hastily replaced it with a Canon Power Shot for my imminent trip. Nikkon will not repair it under the warranty, and wants $109.00 to fix it..Nikkon says the HDMI port contacts are smashed.
Summary: It's the 3rd day of trying to figure out how to transfer pictures from the camera to my computer. My husband has even called Nikon to no avail! Shouldn't you simply be able to plug your camera into your computer and transfer a photo? You'd think so. But not with this camera. I haven't had the other problems reviewers are saying, but it's not worth having a camera where you need to practically take a college course in order to learn how to transfer a photo.
Summary: I purchased this camera for my daughter's surprise birthday trip to Disneyland. I received it the the first part of September took a few test shots with it and then took it with us the end of October. Half way through the trip it stopped working. After we got home I sent it in for repair. It's a brand new camera there has to be something wrong with it right? They wanted to charge me $116 to fix a brand new camera. No thank you.