Pros Lite, ease of use, attractive red color, clear sharp pictures, distance shots very clear, large clear LCD.
Cons there is no down side, price point reasonable for features,I've had the L100 and the P90, this is a better camera! Wait til it drops to 225 and jump on it!
Summary Great handling lite camera, it makes people comment how nice it looks.Clear sharp pictures, zoom able video wish it included the Mini hdmi to hdmi cable but you can find them online (A) for .70 cents,$3 shipping Overall a great purchase would definitively recommend
Pros Easy to use, good pictures, loaded with great features
Cons Mine was returned for service after it quit, giving me a lens cap error message. After I got it back it worked ok for a while, then started the same thing. It is now out of warranty and I have to pay for the repair they didn't get right 1st time.
Summary My next camera will be anything BUT Nikon. The quality is not up to the standards I have come to expect from Nikon, and they do not seem to be able to correct the problem to my satisfaction. I will pay for this repair, but when it quits again it goes in the trash.
Pros First and foremost, "Cheap." Big monitor, every once in the while takes an exceptional shot... runs on AAs. Connects to PC seamlessly as a drive.
Cons Consistently refuses to take good pictures. Slow focus with eternal hunting. Zero manual control over camera settings outside of preset modes, and the preset modes invariably take a bad shot the first 3-5 tries (usually until you fix the poor flash preset
Summary "You get what you pay for." The L24 is an acceptable alternative to buying a reloadable film camera and scanning the shots, but only just. My phone's camera takes equivalent or better photos, and that's just borderline embarrassing. If I had it all to do over, I would not buy this camera.Correction - that rant was about the L24 - sorry!
Updated on Sep 10, 2011
Pros most of the time it takes good pics
Cons during my daughter's graduation, it took horrible pics, and ended up giving me alot of blurriness, even though I tried using different settings....very disappointing for sure
Pros Exposure is well handled, overall the pictures are pleasing to look at as thumbnails or very small images - 12 megapixels is way over the top. This is a snapper camera, not a camera for taking real pictures.
Cons Too big - pictures have the same resolution as my 7MP panasonic pocket superzoom. They're certainly inferior to my old Canon S1 IS (5 years old and only 3MP - but sharp images aren't ruined by in-camera processing)
Too soft - noise reduction takes out so
Summary Looks like a nice camera, but using it, you might wonder why you don't just use the camera in your phone.
I'll keep it 3 months and then buy a Canon G12 - vastly superior, a fair bit smaller, and only 25% more expensive. I prefer a real camera.