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on January 2, 2012
I bought this 8.0 MP camera because the 12 MP one I first tried caused grainy lines through each shot when displayed on my computer screen. I read a review that camera makers were producing too many high MP cameras and the shot-quality was suffering. So I tried this one because it was 8 not 12 or 16 or 18! The pictures are perfectly clear and detailed and the camera is sturdy and easy to use. It is a sharp looking camera and at Christmas my family members were all saying, "Wow nice camera!" They are not used to seeing me with nice new technology! The picture quality is great, the videos are clear, and the instruction book easy to follow. I was thrilled not only with the camera but with its price! Amazing what you can get for less than a hundred dollars! I would recommended the L19 to everyone.
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on February 19, 2012
Very similar to the L18 model I bought to replace, but not as good. I use it for work and it seems to want to keep shifting mode when in the auto setting, it is not as much a point ad shoot as the previous model which is all I need. I find I have to retake shots more often and fiddle with the camera settings. Wish I had just bought another L18.
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on September 9, 2014
Listen I am mixed in this. This camera has awesome features and works extremely well. The battery door hinge is fragile! I have broken two identical cameras in the same place. There is no repair place that will repair or replace that door so it renders the camera to be covered in duct tape or useless. Design flaw....
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Its hard to find a camera that takes regular batteries anymore! I work daily taking photos of properties and I don't have time to worry about charging a battery! Just keep a pack in the car and you're ready to go! Takes great pictures and super easy to use!!
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on March 29, 2012
I got this as gift to my sister and she is pretty happy with it, pretty good quality materials and also good image quality for all the scene modes.
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on January 1, 2012
I normally research the purchase of a camera but needed this one in a hurry for it's macro capability and it was cheap enough for the purpose without researching and for the spontaneous buy (it was a deal of the day I think. Paid about $50 and it's on CNET for $128. But, I have to admit, that it's battery compartment is very difficult to use. You have to use the battery lid to push the batteries down and lock it, and it doesn't always make the right seal on the battery compartment when you do this.

Also, if you don't have very new batteries, the camera won't always turn on. Battery life isn't that great either really. Sure, the camera has a lot of settings, but it seems that the auto focus doesn't always work and the inside settings don't work that well either. But, only if you're picky like I am and want good photos all the time. For a point and shoot if you're willing to have a 50/50 "shot" at a good pic, then it's worth the money.

Video is not good in low lighting as my old camera, a canon.

Fall 2012 Update: Just wanted to point out that now, the lens shutter doesn't always close, part of it stays open. I have found that if you take your finger and lightly brush it over it in the direction it needs to close, in a panning motion, that the lens cover will close manually (it make take a few tries to get the right glide/pressure motion.
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on December 2, 2011
an excelent camera, what you get for the price is amazing! only $59.95! very cool, excelent zoom, the only problem is that you have to buy batteries (because it includes only 2 and aren't rechargable).
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on April 3, 2012
Shipping was in decent time but the camera didn't work. I thought maybe it was settings or something I didn't do right. I took my time to try and learn it then with the holidays and everything I had going I missed the window of time to return it. So now I have a broken camera! It was going to be a gift for my grandmother but since it doesn't work I'll have to buy her a new one and spend more money.
I just wish I had more time to return it!
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