Summary: This camera does not come with a dock. If left unplugged, the battery drains in a couple of days. The manual says not to leave fully charged battery plugged in. I do not handle my camera everyday. It is very annoying to pick it up and it be inoperable because of discharged battery.
Summary: I received this camera for Mother's Day 2013. I took it back the same day. The lens doesn't close all the way. It looks like a little plastic shutter that closes over the lens. I exchanged it for another camera, and this one looked good, and takes good pics. The same thing happened to this camera, and in the same place. I do not understand why.
Summary: 1. There is no memory card supplied with the camera. Without this you will be able to take 4 pictures. Fail. 2. The Wi-Fi is as a Wi-Fi router, not Wi-Fi capability to connect to your home router, another fail. If you thought you could connect your Nikon via Wi-Fi to a Wi-Fi printer to print, you'll be disappointed. There is no Wi-Fi capability to connect the camera to the Internet in any way. What century is this?
Summary: Where to start? I have been shooting semi pro with Nikon for a few years now and have been having a great time with my D300s but I was limited for travel space so thought I would check out a nice, small compact from a brand I trust and came on this little beauty. First impressions were great, a massive zoom, great selection of pre sets and simple to use so even my most techno daft friends could pick it up and shoot away.
Summary: The camera seems fine for the money paid. The issue that I have had is with charging the battery. This only seems to work if the battery is completely discharged. I thought at first it was faulty but decided to continue taking pictures (I bought the camera immediately before going on holiday so was unsure what to do about it). On return home and having taken all the pictures that the battery allowed (not as many as I would have expected) the charging worked.