'Great ideas compromised by bad picture quality'
'Very Good Camera for the price'
'Lovely little camera to hold and use'
'Wi-Fi connectivity, Easy to use, Tracking AF'
'Available in a good range of colour'
'Fast focus and performance, Excellent viewfinder.'
'Solid handling and ergonomics while shooting'
'In actual use, the Nikon D800 is a fantastic tool that seldom disappoints'
'Colours are recorded well and exposure is pretty good'
'Responsive touchscreen, Reliable white balance and metering'
'Good value for money'
'Good colour reproduction, Responsive touch screen'
'No manual or semimanual shooting modes'
'It has the highest resolution screen of any point and shoot I could find. '
'super high quality photos'
'The recorded video looks really bad.'
'Ultimately, the Nikon D90 gets high marks because it's a fast camera that delivers a great shooting experience and first-rate photos for the money.'
'With its very good feature set, excellent image quality, and reasonable price, the D90 is a camera you should absolutely consider if you're shopping for a mid-range SLR. '
'An explicit shutter lifetime rating is a first for Nikon in a consumer or prosumer-level SLR, and speaks well for the D90's long-term durability.
'You'll have to work just like a movie camera cinematographer, and take very special care with focus distance and exposure choice, but the results can be worth the extra effort. '
'attractive, slim camera'
'Images suffer from color fringing.'
'sleek, interesting looking camera'
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