Pros wifi connectivity
Cons really bad battery life, buggy software, slow performance between software and camera, non-intuitive controls, camera freezes, internal battery, cannot be used while plugged in.
Summary Quite unhappy, paid $350 for the thing and was only able to sell it for $125 a couple months later. Maybe fun for a teenager to play around with, but too many problems to be used practically.
Pros Great Pictures Until Camera is Dropped
Cons Nikon's Repair Policy
Summary In 2012, Nikon enacted a new and ugly repair policy. Nikon no longer sells its parts to independent consumers or to independent camera dealers. If, for example, you drop your camera and damage the LCD screen, you will not be able to purchase a replacement screen to fix the camera yourself nor will you be able to work with a reputable camera dealer in your area. If a Nikon camera needs repair, it must be shipped to the Nikon Repair Center. This policy holds the consumer hostage as the cost of shipping, parts, and unnecessary labor will come close to the cost of a brand new camera. If you are capable of making your own repairs or if you have a reputable camera dealer in your area, do not buy Nikon. Change.org is hosting an on-line petition to encourage Nikon to revert to its more consumer friendly policies of the past.
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