Rugged, waterproof and well-equipped, but at a price
Plenty tough, just mind the night time noise
The Nikon Coolpix AW120 isn’t for everyone. It’s for holidaymakers looking for an easy-to-use tough camera that will accompany them into the pool or ocean.
Fast-shooting, well-designed camera
Fast, 51-point autofocus system, Dual SD card slots
Sharpness was very strong
Exposure, colour and white balance were all uniformly reliable
Sharp lens, Impressive images through ISO 1600
Better JPEG image quality
Great image quality
Impressive noise control at higher ISO settings
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
Manual white-balance control
Good colour reproduction
Photo quality of the L28 is just about average
Simple control layout, stylish looks
Good screen, Quick start-up
Image quality is good enough
High speed shooting at 60fps, High resolution screen
Unsurprisingly easy to use
One of the cheapest cameras around
Performance puts many pricier cameras to shame
Price, Styling, Ease of use, Build, Handling
Good high ISO performance
High-resolution images, full HD video
Excellent macro capabilities
Affordable price compared to other advanced compact camera
'The all new Nikon D7000 - has appeal for the enthusiast. <>. '
'excellent point-and-shoot camera'
'The Nikon D7000 is an impressive offering from Nikon.'
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