After reading the other reviews and doing some research, I went to go look at the camera in person at Walmart. It looked good. Better, in fact, than my second choice: the Canon PowerShot A3400. I'm a Canon fan, but decided to give Nikon a shot after seeing how much my father LOVED his Nikon camera. I bought it, took it home, put the battery in, and the first thing I noticed upon turning it on is that everything looks very grainy. There is an unacceptable amount of noise in the pictures and while I'm no pro photographer, I do know that my previous older point-and-shoot did not look that bad in terms of the noise. I took a few shots both of my dog indoor and outdoor, moving and sitting still. I also took some video in the house and in the backyard. I reviewed the pictures on the screen and didn't like them. I thought that maybe it would look better on the computer and proceeded to upload them. That didn't change my mind. Bad quality pictures, blurry videos even without zooming, I plan on returning it tomorrow and going with the Canon PowerShot. I am disappointed.
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