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'Image quality is great'
'Decent amount of zoom'
'Unsurprisingly easy to use'
'One of the cheapest cameras around'
'Performance puts many pricier cameras to shame'
'Price, Styling, Ease of use, Build, Handling'
'Dead-on white balance'
'Decent little camera suitable for the point and shooter'
'Good colour reproduction'
'Extra zoom power'
'This was by far the best point and shoot pocket-able mega zoom out there, I thought. '
'The S9100 is the perfect size and feel for a pocket camera. '
'poor picture quality'
'This camera is super easy to use and you can jump right into taking pictures with ease. '
'The direct video
button is great too.'
'Large, bright, sharp LCD'
'good, solid feel'
'The focus stays sharp throughout.'
'Has good rugged specifications'
'Innovative Action Control feature'
'Good image stabilization'
'Images were surprisingly clear and sharp for a nonmechanical image stabilization system.'
'Images were surprisingly clear and sharp for a nonmechanical image stabilisation system.'
'Camera's response times are very fast compared to others in this price range.'
'Fortunately autofocus operation is quicker, but it's still a little sluggish at the longer end of the zoom where the maximum aperture drops from f/2.8 to f/5.6.'
'The P6000 will probably be suitable for the tech-savvy or frequent traveller who needs to identify where they took certain shots.'
'Sharpness is very good indeed.'
'Pros Excellent image quality.'
'The Nikon Coolpix S8000 is a strange camera, mostly because I'm not sure who the target user is. '
'ideal high-zoom camera'
'very stylish pocketable design'
'images are acceptable, but for those looking to make enlargements or inspecting photos at full magnification, there will be some issues.'
'this digital camera is very light for a compact camera.'
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