Dave Baay is right on. I bought this camera back in November of 96 for $800 and some coin. It was (in my opinion) the best consumer level digital camera at the time. It did what it was suppposed to do. TAKE PICTURES! I would love to find a camera today that focuses it's efforts on taking pictures and stop wasting time making it shoot mpeg or voice recording. I dropped this camera on the ground at least half a dozen times. Eventually a peice or the case broke but it still keeps taking good ...View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
Proof it's not what you've got but the way you use it. Check out Hiroshi Kamakura (http://www.dpcorner.com/pros/pro01.shtml & http:// www.kamakurart.com ) to see that artists will utilise anything and produce...well...art! ps...I've not used this camera at all but just wanted to make a point!View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
I bought my d 300l about a year ago through e bay as a store closeout. I take it with me wherever I go and use it often. I have never been disappointed with its results. I feel that its a perfect intro level camera that anyone can operate and get good results. Eventually I'll upgrade to newer digital technology,which far surpasses the ability of the d 300l, but for its age, this is a fine camera and I would recommend it for anyone who wants or needs a small simple digital camera for ...View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
The one and only other review of this camera was not complimentary at all, so I thought I'd balance the scorecard with mine. The D-300L was a great camera at a fairly reasonable price... when it came out 5 years ago! Sure it gets the $^!+ kicked out of it by current models, but that's to be expected. At the time, it was one of the few 1024x768 camera available for well under $1000. I just upgraded to a Canon G1 which is head and shoulders above the D-300L in performance, features and value ...View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
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