Takes awesome pictures and has a lot of storage with choices of SD cards. One downfall though, You can't find the AC adapter anywhere.
Review 2 for EH-67 AC Adapter
PostedDecember 28, 2011
Location California, USA
Favorite Subject Family & Friends
Nikon Family 0-1 years
Experience Less than a month
Role Occasional user, memory keeper
This camera, out of the box took blurry pictures. I found that by changing the setting to the standard easy mode, the pictures turned out better. There are two easy modes, easy auto & easy (I call standard easy). It has some other nice settings such as B&W, Sepia & blue coloring. You can chose sports continuous and take multiple pics or you can choose panorama assist for those longer pictures. You do need to keep the camera still as it is not as unforgiving as the smaller instant camera's ie cannon elf, etc. It takes some getting use to but takes nice pictures & video. Experiment. You will find the users manual on the included CD. My only real question is why Nikon does not show this version on their website but yet shows the L100, an even older version? Anyway, if you are looking for a digital SLR, this is not it. But if you are looking for a camera to take some nice family indoor & out photo's as well as videos, this fits the bill nicely. otherwise, go with the smaller point & shoot. The included batteries lasted a decent time and it does have some built in memory, I think about 250 Mb. Not enough to do a lot but at least you can take some pictures out of the box to see how it works. It uses SD memory cards so no worries. Also note you will need to manually lift the flash when you want to take flash photos, it is not automatic. There are these pro's and con's but the good outweighs the bad. Bottom line: for the money you can't beat this camera, especially if you bought it on sale for less than $130.00.