Lens quality is very good with sharp images
Nikon's micro compact is smaller than a credit card… but is it too lightweight?
Extremely small camera, Metal body, Plenty of built-in memory
Sharp OLED display, Built-in Wi-Fi with remote viewfinder support
Waterproofing and shock-proofing
Good photo quality for its class, Responsive performance in most respects
Good picture quality, Decent macros
Slim, pocketable design
Good range of shooting modes
Records at up to 10 fps
Full-screen previews appearing quickly
Good zoom range, Compact, easy to grip body
Good build, design and handling
Images are pretty good
Easy touchscreen, Range of filters
Fast high-speed shooting, Decent image quality
Curvy body is different
Excellent rear LCD
Built like a tank for active outdoors use
Excellent image quality
Decent image quality at low ISO levels
Good high ISO performance
Highly recommended to casual photographers looking for a bang up-to-date point and shoot that importantly produces good looking images
Good image quality, Smart Auto mode is intuitive
Sharp lens. Integrated Wi-Fi. Good high ISO performance.
Easy-to-use rugged point-and-shoot
Tough outer shell and cosseted interior
Fair enough, it's adequate and mostly does the job
Solid build, Good image quality
Pocket camera that has all the bases covered
Very good photo quality
Extremely quick focus
Small, lightweight pocket camera
Compact design makes it truly pocketable
Produces sharp enough images
Slim, Good macro mode
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